Osborne Lights question
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SO, the dates for the lights for 2009 start Nov 30. We will hopefully get to see the first Candlelight Processional as the holidays at EPCOT start Nov 27. I have heard that there might be a chance that the lights may go on earlier. I'd hate to miss it by just 3 days. Anybody ever seen them go on earlier than they were advertised?
When we visited in November a few years back - 2005 or 2006, the lights were on quite early in the month. We felt very fortunate to see them then. But it seems that WDW is moving towards a less ambitious schedule, moving them closer to Thanksgiving.
Penny DVC Member (OKW) since 1992 Annual WDW Visitors since 1981
I just found the info on allears also. On there site there is a link on the left that says Full Festival Schedule. It lists the Osborne Lights for Nov. 30- Jan. 3. I'm really bumbed that it's starting so late. It will start the day after we leave and I was REALLY looking forward to it! Oh Well.