So brainstorming time. What holiday would you add and what rides would you put into it?
Hey maybe Paula and the rest of the staff at HW can use our ideas for a future addition ;)
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This is tough, because the park has all the main holidays already. St. Patrick's Day or Easter maybe?
In all seriousness though, I think they've already got enough covered.
One of the girls had a cute little kitten named kitty-kitty, the other girl had a cute little puppy named Chris, and the third girl was a republican.
Personally though I'd just like to see some more attractions in the park side to thin the crowd a bit as the park is getting quite crowded on my last few visits.
Chuck, who says thats a good thing though as Will said if we come he will build LOL
Can we have the Beer and Liquor free like the soda, Paula?;)
It's a Festivus fer' the rest of us!
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Thanksgiving would also probably play up pretty well as a themed area.
If Memorial Day were to be used I think a nice fountain and some walk through memorials would be a great idea. No rides would be really appropriate in my opinion for a Memorial Day area.
Presidents Day could make for a great learning experience for kids as an area.
Mardi Gras would not be appropriate for the "family atmosphere" of Holiday World, unless it is done more like how SFGAm did it.
As said previously Valentines Day would also be an awesome area.
"Ask not what your rest home can do for you. Ask what you can do for your rest home." - Bruce Campbell as Elvis Presley in Bubba Ho-Tep
To throw a whole new twist in the idea, where would a new area be added? Without taking land from existing areas, and assuming that the land the park is currently using is about all they land they have for expansion, the only space I see left is the grassy area between Raven and Legend. Ideas?
And btw, I consider my birthday a holiday! ;)
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St Swivven's Day...weird, there's a word (name) I know for a fact I cannot spell....never seen it in print.
I like Festivus, but again, prob. not "appropriate" for the park, likewise for Mardi Gras...Memorial Day and Labor Day seem more likely, or Thanksgiving (a turkey-shoot themed dark ride mayhaps?)...of course Valentines Day opens up the possibility of a Sally-brand interactive with a bow-and-arrow, LOL....:)
You still have Zoidberg.... You ALL have Zoidberg! (V) (;,,;) (V)
CincyDJ said: assuming that the land the park is currently using is about all they land they have for expansion,
In lieu of that I would vote for International Indigenous People's Day. It is real, look it up on August 9th.
I'd recommend avoiding religious-tied concepts (yeah, I know, Xmas is, but it's so commercialized, I'm counting it as not so), so that rules out Easter and Hanukah.
Valentine's Day, too pink and mushy, theming may make men ill.
Birthday, too generic.
So I'll recommend either Mardi Gras or St. Patrick's Day; either one could be done very well (but a slight edge to Mardi Gras).
There. No more discussion necessary. Question answered! ;)
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