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Old 06-16-2013, 06:30 PM   #1
yensidw
DAYTON DISNEYANA
 
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Dayton Disneyana 2013

June 28th - Disney Trivia Night

June 29th & 30th - Show & Sale of Disneyana Collectibles & Disney Pin Trading

Hosted by the Dayton "Plane Crazy" Chapter of the Disneyana Fan Club. DAYTON Disneyana - 2013, is a Show & Sale of Disneyana Collectibles and Disney Pin Trading Event.

Come meet our very, very special Disney Guests -Jim Korkis and Jim Hill!

Our guests will be available for photos and autographs each afternoon. A special treat will be presentations by our guests in the afternoon each day.

JIM HILL
Jim Hill is an award-winning entertainment writer who lives in New Boston, NH. Over the past 30 years, he has interviewed hundreds of veterans of the animation & themed entertainment industry and written extensively about The Walt Disney Company.
Feature stories written by Mr. Hill are posted twice a week in the Entertainment section over the Huffington Post. Jim is currently working on a behind-the-scene history of the development & construction of Disneyland. For his more immediate musings on movies, TV shows, books and theme parks, please check out his blog, jimhillmedia.com.

JIM KORKIS Jim Korkis is an internationally respected Disney historian who has written hundreds of articles about all things Disney for over three decades. He is also an award winning teacher, professional actor and magician and author of several books about animation. He grew up in Glendale, California, right next to Burbank, the home of the Disney Studios. His third grade teacher at Thomas Edison Elementary School was Mrs. Disney, the wife of one of Walt Disney’s brothers. Upon discovering this fact, Jim took a large sheet of easel paper and drew a huge picture of Jiminy Cricket, his favorite Disney character at the time. He gave it to Mrs. Disney in the hopes that she would immediately take it to the Disney Studios where he would be offered a job and not have to learn his multiplication tables. He was not hired and still has trouble with math to this day. As a teenager, Jim wrote down the names he saw on the credits of Disney animated cartoons and went to the Glendale-Burbank phone book and cold called some of them. Many were gracious enough to ask him to visit them with the resulting articles sometimes appearing in the local newspapers or various “fan-zines” and magazines. Over the decades, Jim pursued a teaching career as well as a performing career but was still active in writing about Disney for various magazines. In 1995, he relocated to Orlando, Florida to take care of his ailing parents. He got a job doing magic and making balloon animals for guests at Pleasure Island. Within a month, he was moved over to the Magic Kingdom, where he “assisted in the portrayal of” Prospector Pat in Frontierland and Merlin in Fantasyland for the Sword in the Stone ceremony. He has pictures, videos and pay stubs to prove it. In 1996, he became a full time salaried animation instructor at the Disney Institute where he taught every animation class including several that only he taught. He also instructed classes on animation history and improvisational acting techniques for the interns at Disney Feature Animation Florida. As the Disney Institute re-organized, Jim joined Disney Adult Discoveries, the group who researched, wrote and facilitated backstage tours and programs for Disney guests and Disneyana conventions. Eventually, Jim moved to Epcot where he was a Coordinator with College and International Programs and then a Coordinator for the Epcot Disney Learning Center. During his time at Epcot, Jim researched, wrote and facilitated over two hundred different presentations on Disney history for Disney cast members and corporate clients including Feld Entertainment, Kodak, Blue Cross, Toys R Us, Military Sales and more. He was the off camera announcer for the syndicated television series Secrets of the Animal Kingdom, wrote articles for Disney publications like Disney Adventures, Disney Files (DVC), Sketches, Disney Insider and more. He worked on special projects like writing text for WDW trading cards, on camera host for the 100 Years of Magic Vacation Planning video, facilitator with the Disney Crew puppet show and countless other credits including assisting Disney Cruise Line, WDW Travel Company, Imagineering and Disney Design Group with Disney historical material. As a result, Jim was the recipient of the prestigious Disney award, Partners in Excellence, in 2004. Jim is not currently an employee of the Disney Company.

Join Disney fans from across the Midwest at this fun-filled weekend! At the event, you will find a large collection of Disneyana, both vintage and contemporary for sale, such as: Walt Disney Classic Collection sculptures, Disney pins, lithos, figurines, ornaments, toys, cels, books, videos and more. Pin trading games, door prizes, opportunity drawing. Also, we will be holding silent auctions of Disney pins throughout the event weekend.

Special Ticketed Friday Night Event - DISNEY TRIVIA! The trivia contest will be on Friday evening from 6:30 – 8:30 pm. We will begin with hors d’oeuvres and beverages, then have the Disney trivia contest with questions prepared and asked by our 2 special guests – Jim Hill and Jim Korkis. There will be Disney prizes for the winners. The cost per person is $25.


PIN OR VINYLMATION TRADER? PIN OR VINYLMATION TRADER? We have a space set up for your pin trading fun for Saturday night and also open all day when the event doors are open during the weekend.

Do you really like a certain character? ...I mean REALLY, REALLY like one! Then come in costume on Saturday. We will have our judging at 3:30 pm. We welcome you to wear your costumes all day or you may change into your creation when you get here.
Visit www.daytondisneyana.org for additional details and pictures from past event to see all the fun there is!
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