Entries by Michelle Geissler

Stone Castle Hotel & Conference Center

Stone Castle Hotel & Conference Center Branson, MO   Hue and Cry Traveling is about enjoying new experiences; trying new food, seeing different sights, and immersing our family in local cultures and adventures. Choosing a hotel, however, can cause indecisiveness between the regular franchises or being brave and picking privately owned hotels.   Stone Castle […]

There’s Nuttin’ like a Dutton!

There’s Nuttin’ like a Dutton! Branson, MO   Located in the Ozark Mountain city of Branson, MO, you will find the Dutton Theatre Complex along the famous ‘76 Strip’. Branson has a population of over 11k people and hosts a whopping 56k theatre seats which equals five seats for every local citizen.  There are over […]

Philadelphia Thanksgiving Day Parade

Philadelphia Thanksgiving Day Parade     The Philadelphia Thanksgiving Parade is the oldest in the country and held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This remarkable parade began in 1920 and was produced by Gimbel Brothers’ Department Store to signify the arrival of Santa Clause. The parade is currently produced by 6abc and sponsored by Dunkin’ Donuts. Can […]

Traveling Abroad

The possibilities for your next adventures are endless!  Your talent and knowledge have no boundaries, so why should your travel plans? Your trusted partner in domestic trips, Kaleidoscope Adventures, is now taking your group abroad! Imagine performing in Ireland’s St. Patrick’s Day parade, taking Flamenco classes in Spain or learning history in France! Try authentic […]

Park Inn by Radisson

Park Inn by Radisson By Angie Roberts Harris My family recently stayed at the Park Inn on Maingate Lane in Orlando, Florida and had an awesome visit! If you are considering Orlando as a vacation destination and looking for a great place to stay, Park Inn offers outstanding amenities. Location Location is absolutely the greatest […]

Festivals of Music

Festivals of Music By Angie Roberts Harris Music is an essential part of education and finding the right competition arenas for your high school band, orchestra, or choir can be challenging. Festivals of Music are held in wonderful destinations across the country and provide exciting and professional festival experiences with some of the nation’s top […]

The Wizarding World of Harry Potter™

    By Angie Roberts Harris In 1998, Scholastic Corporation released the first book of the Harry Potter series, ‘Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone’, in the U.S. The popular books are currently the #1 best-selling series of all time with distributions equaling over 500 million. Alohomora! The The Wizarding World of Harry Potter™ is found […]

Graduation Parties at Universal Orlando Resort

  By Angie Roberts Harris Universal Studios Florida™ and Universal’s Islands of Adventure™ go into lock down mode as they host two fabulous graduation parties: Gradventure for middle school students and Grad Bash for high school seniors. Both parks are open for the events and students move safely between parks with a reserved cross over path. […]

Disney’s Candlelight Processional

  By Angie Roberts Harris The Fairy Godmother waves her magic wand and the spirit of Christmas explodes in a twinkling winter wonderland setting! Since 1958, the Disney ‘Candlelight Processional’ has been telling the inspirational story of Christmas.  Celebrity guest narrators share the greatest story ever told while surrounded by an array of student choirs and […]