Due to the COVID19 pandemic the, April 22, Dreams Take Flight trip for Winnipeg was cancelled.
Please see below for more detail.
Check-in of children, volunteers and media on the the Air Canada flight. All children will be dresses in the clothing donated for the trip.
Teams with all children present will start to board the flight. Everyone must with their team. Once all of the children, volunteers, media and; special guests are on board and seated the plane departs.
Arrive at the USA airport.
Teams will deplane together from the forward and aft doors. The teams, including the flight crew, set up for the entire team picture outside the plane.
Teams board buses and leave for Disney.
Arrive at Disney. Entrance tickets are distributed and teams are off for their first ride!The children will visit Disney in team(s) of four children and three to eight adult chaperones. Each team will go through Disney at their own pace. Food, drinks and lots of water will be provided.
The teams will have the opportunity to take in the attractions, the rides including, if they wish, individual pictures taken with a Disney character at Toontown.Teams will break for lunch and stop for snacks/water when required
Teams interested will prepare to make their way to Main Street for the parade.
Disney Parade on Main Street.
Each team prepares to meet on Main Street to begin departures from Disney. Team assembly and head count on Main Street. Teams re-board on the bus that they originally came in.
Buses leave Disney.
Buses arrive back at the airport.
Flight departure for Winnipeg.
Children are buckled into their seats and their treasures stowed away. Dinner is served on the flight home.
Arrival in Winnipeg.
When the teams get back into the terminal meeting area where their families are waiting for them.
Dreams Take Flight | Winnipeg
Dreams Take Flight stretches children’s minds. As poet Oliver Wendell Holmes wrote, “One’s mind, once stretched by a new idea, never regains its original dimensions.”