Celebrity Disney Dreaming Twitter Party Saturday

As moms, we all encourage our children to follow their dreams, big or small. And in a season that’s filled with magic and joy, this is the perfect time to reflect on our own dreams and reaching our goals. Luckily, one of our absolute favorite companies and some very special guests are helping us to do just that with a pixie-dusted, star- studded twitter party!

You are cordially invited to tweet along with the stars at the first “Celebrity Disney Dreaming Twitter Party”! Join us as we chat with “Family Feud” host, comedian Steve Harvey, Grammy-award winning gospel star Yolanda Adams, co-host of “106 & Park” Terrance J, noted educator Dr. Steve Perry, and ESPN sportscaster Stephen A. Smith, among other special guests. This inspiring group is a part of the panel that is picking the final 100 students who will attend next year’s Disney’s Dreamers Academy and you have the opportunity to get in on the action, right from your own living room!

Celebrity Disney Dreaming Twitter Party

Date: Saturday, December 3rd

Time: 1 p.m.- 2 p.m. EST

Location: #DisneyDreams

Host: @DreamersAcademy and @MomTalkRadio (Maria Bailey, Founder of MomSelect)

This is the time to ask your favorite celebrities how they reached their amazing levels of success and what they are dreaming about now. And because it’s a party, we’ll be sure to give away some favors with some fun trivia questions and contests.

Click here to let us know you’re attending or just join in on the fun on the day of the party! Make sure you spread the word to all of your fellow Disney fans and followers- this is one experience they won’t want to miss!

In addition to the hosts, be sure to follow @LauraSpencerOne, me – @ResourcefulMom and @MomSelectAmy throughout the party for updates, prize information and contest details.

Written by: Amy

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