September 2018 Author Event

September 22, 2018

Black Box Theater

Details

Where
Black Box Theater, Edmonds Community College, Lynnwood, Washington
(Easy directions & details will be sent after Ticket Purchase)

When
Saturday September 22nd, 2018

Time
Doors Open 1:00pm, Show Time: 1:30pm

Event Information

Don Ballard will be presenting a wonderful history of the Disneyland Hotel that will include rare and never seen photographs along with historical video footage never seen before! This highly entertaining and informational presentation will be a highlight for any Disney Fan that has stayed or even walked through the Disneyland Hotel property. We are so excited to see all that Don has to offer! ​

This exciting PNW Mouse Meet™ Event will take place in the charming and intimate Black Box Theater at Edmonds Community College where the theater style seating provides excellent views for every Guest. The wonderful stage and enormous screen mean a fantastic show for the audience and the presenters. Plenty of free parking is available.
We can’t wait to share this amazing opportunity to learn more about History of The Disneyland Hotel and so much Disney History from Author – Don Ballard.
PNWMM’s Don Morin will also host a Q&A session during the event and Don Ballard will be available after the show for Meet & Greet and will be happy to sign any of his books you bring to the event.

Guest Speakers

Don Ballard

Author

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Event Venue

Black Box Theater

Multi-use, 200-seat venue for community events & live performances including theater, dance & music.

More Information Directions

Books & More

Follow these links to get Don's most recent books here and don't forget to bring them to the event to be signed.

Disneyland Hotel 1954-1959: The Little Motel in the Middle of the Orange Grove

This edition is devoted to the years 1954 to 1959 from the details surrounding the initial talks with Walt & Roy Disney and Jack Wrather to the many additions and expansions to the building of the Disneyland Hotel.

Disneyland Hotel: The Early Years 1954-1988

How do you build a hotel that, in its way, creates the same joy as Disneyland® – that sets the stage for a visit to the Magic Kingdom and sustains the happy mood when that visit is over?