We bring you a lot of stories every single day. Sometimes it’s hard to keep up. So in case you missed anything from our feed, we have rounded up all our stories in one place to get the news at a glance. Here is your Daily Recap for Sunday, October 1, 2023.
Walt Disney World
- Pump dispensers containing ketchup, ranch, barbecue sauce, and mayonnaise have returned to the Topping Bar at the counter-service restaurant, the first time that condiment pumps have appeared at the location since 2020.
- An Orange County woman is suing Disney after she said she fell and hurt herself during a ride evacuation at Test Track this year.
- New Cast Member costumes made partially of recycled material have debuted at EPCOT today.
- October is finally here (though we started Halloween back in August here in Orlando), and Gideon’s Bakehouse at Disney Springs, already famous for its eerie atmosphere, is celebrating the spookiest time of the year in style with some (returning) monstrous treats.
- A new fantastical and magical take on the iconic Mickey ear headband recently debuted at Magic Kingdom, as a new “Encanto” headband is now available at several retail locations throughout the park.
- A vibrant new collection celebrating Disney’s Animal Kingdom and its unique offerings that debuted in late September has expanded to include a brand-new ear headband, several clothing options, and more.
- Scalawags and scoundrels, ahoy! The current treasure trove of fanciful headgear at Magic Kingdom includes this new Pirates of the Caribbean ear headband.
- A new glassware collection featuring golden-hued depictions of Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, and Cinderella Castle has debuted at Magic Kingdom.
- We toured a 1-Bedroom Villa at The Villas at Disneyland Hotel, which officially opened on September 28.
- The Splash Mountain Pressed Penny Machine has been removed from its location at Disneyland Park.
- A new crossbody bag inspired by Main Street, U.S.A., has arrived at Disneyland Resort.
- Take a peek at “The Heartbeat of New Orleans — A Living Mural” nighttime show, which debuted at the Rivers of America at Disneyland Park on the evening of September 29, as it tells the story of a small frog from the Lousiana Bayou who is enchanted by and drawn to the bright lights, music, and culture of New Orleans.
That’s it for today; we hope you enjoyed this Daily Recap. Thanks for stopping by, and we’ll see you tomorrow!