Due to expected inclement weather, the 5:15 p.m. and 8:15 p.m. showtimes on Tuesday, February 9 and the 8:15 p.m. showtimes on Wednesday, February 10 for Disney’s Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show have been officially cancelled.
Guests with existing reservations will be assisted with booking alternate dining arrangements at one of the many dining venues located throughout the resort. Guests may also request a refund if they no longer wish to dine on property.

The often-overlooked attraction themed after The Lion King (located inside The Land pavilion at Epcot) abruptly closed to Guests on Sunday, February 7, 2016 without any official announcement from the Walt Disney World Resort.
While the short environmental film is certainly due for an update, at this time it is not clear whether this closure is part of a larger project including a replacement for the existing movie or if it's just part of a major refurbishment of the theater.

The Universal Orlando Resort is currently busy building multiple new attractions and experiences for Guests throughout its two theme parks and beyond.
While progress continues to be done on those major construction projects, the existing facilities (including rides, shows, restaurants, stores, and more) are also constantly receiving attention to ensure that the quality of those experiences is maintained to a level that is acceptable. Take a look at what is being done now:

Disney's Animal Kingdom Theme Park currently has many ongoing construction projects around all of its themed areas. This amazing park will look even better in the near future thanks to the new dining locations, shops, and entertainment offerings coming to Discovery Island, the nighttime safari, the refurbished Flights of Wonder theater, Rivers of Light, AVATAR Land, and much more.
Enjoy this new photo-report as we check out the work being done in the park.

Welcome to the second part of our newest Animal Kingdom photo-report. As always, we invite you to go back to check out PART 1 before proceeding.
In the previous part of this update, we took a peek at the new AVATAR-themed land and the great floating mountains that will soon tower above this new area of the park; afterwards, we walked around Discovery Island to see what's changed since our last visit. Let's now continue to explore this amazing theme park.

Anyone who’s wanted to get nose-to-nose with a lemur or feed a giant anteater will definitely want to check out Brevard Zoo’s newest animal encounters.
Billed as “Lemur Rendezvous” (which was officially introduced on January 23) and “Jungle Encounter” (debuting on February 13), these premium behind-the-scenes experiences “whisk guests off the boardwalk and into the world of our animals,” according to Michelle Smurl, director of animal programs at the Zoo.