2013 Mouse Meet coming to Lynnwood Convention Center

mouuseThe fifth annual Pacific Northwest Mouse Meet is going to be held June 29 at the Lynnwood Convention Center.

The Pacific Northwest Mouse Meet is an unofficial Disney Fan Event that was created by Disney Fans for Disney Fans. This annual event provides Disney enthusiasts the opportunity to get together right here in the Pacific Northwest to share and celebrate all things Disney.

Guest speakers include Disney legends Dave Smith (former Chief Archivist and author of the Official Disney Encyclopedia Disney A to Z and other books), Tony Anselmo (voice of Donald Duck) and Bill Farmer (Hall of Fame member and voice of Goofy and Pluto) along with senior concept writer/creative director for Walt Disney Imagineering Kevin Rafferty.

The meet will include pin trading activities. Any event volunteer wearing a PNW Mouse Meet Name Badge will be available to Pin Trade with any guest. Event guests are always welcome to trade with each other as well.

Disneyana Vendors will again have a wide variety of collectibles, pins, posters, Vinylmation, figurines, wearables, artwork, and so much more. This year’s vendors are coming from the Puget Sound area, Oregon and California.

Be sure to keep an eye out for PNW Mouse Meet Photo Stops all around the Event space. From amazing one of a kind displays, homages to Disney Parks Icons to Disney Park Attractions Vehicles, there will be many unique ways to take photos.

There will be several Fan created displays. In honor of the meet’s fifth anniversary, there will be several “Plussed Up” displays and photo opportunities coming including a Walt Disney World Attraction Vehicle.

A raffle and auction for charity also will be held.

For more information and tickets, go to https://www.pnwmousemeet.com. Tickets for the Mouse Meet are only available online and will not be sold on the day of the event. Ticket prices are $41.99 for general admission and $24.99 for children 9 years old and younger.

Tony Anselmo
Bill Farmer


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