Ice Age Ice Palace Interactive Holiday Exhibit

Ice Age Ice Palace Interactive Holiday Exhibit Featuring Ice Age: Continental DriftLisa Keating at the Ice Age Ice Palace inside the Beverly Center in West Hollywood, California on EncinoMom.tv

We could show you scenes from the biggest family holiday release, Ice Age: Continental Drift, but do yourself a favor and go to the Beverly Center and watch them inside the Ice Age Ice Palace (located on the 6th level). You’ll get to enter this spectacular interactive display featuring a 30-foot ice dome with falling snow, a light show, see footage from the movie, visit with Santa, receive a special Ice Age gift and have the option to pre-order Ice Age: Continental Drift on Blu-ray and DVD (to be released December 11, 2012).

Photo of the Ice Palace at the Beverly Center.

We were there on a very special day featuring signing Santa and had the opportunity to meet Sean Berdy (ABC Family’s Switched At Birth). Sean signed 1/2 of the characters from the movie for a PIP signed version of Ice Age: Continental Drift enabling the adventures of Scrat’s acorn pursuit – adrift on an iceberg in pirate infested waters – to be enjoyed by deaf and hearing impaired family members, too. My daughter, who is hearing, was inspired to begin to learn ASL after watching episodes of Switched At Birth. This new feature presents a fantastic opportunity to inspire and connect families in new and exciting ways.

In the video, you’ll have a chance to peek inside the Ice Palace with us and meet KeKe Palmer, the lovely young woman who played the title role in Akeelah And The Bee. If you haven’t seen it, I highly recommend this uplifting film! In Ice Age: Continental Drift, KeKe voices the role of Peaches the teenage daughter of Mom, Ellie (Queen Latifah lends her voice) and Dad (voiced by Ray Ramano). We also had the chance to chat with Award Winning Character Designer, Peter De Seve who has brought his talents to all four of the Ice Age Movies.

You can watch a 10 minute clip right now, if you want a preview or don’t live close enough to one of the participating malls listed below for your convenience:

Don’t close enough to get to the Ice Age Ice Palace at the Beverly Center?
Here’s a list of participating Taubman Shopping Centers across the US:

Beverly Center (Los Angeles, CA)
Cherry Creek (Denver, CA)
Dolphin Mall (Miami, FL)
Fairlane Town Center (Dearborn, MI)
Fair Oaks (Fairfax, VA)
Great Lakes Crossing Outlets (Auburn Hills, MI)
International Plaza (Tampa, FL)
MacArthur Center (Norfolk, VA)
Nothlake Mall (Charlotte, NC)
The Mall at Short Hills (Short Hills, NJ)
Sunvalley (Concord, CA)
Twelve Oaks (Novi, MI)
The Mall at Wellington Green (Palm Beach, FL)
Westfarms (Farmington, CT)
The Shops at Willow Bend (Plano, TX)
Woodfield Mall (Chicago, IL)

The Ice Age Ice Palace interactive displays in these malls, through December 24th!

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Ice Age Ice Palace Interactive Holiday Exhibit — 2 Comments

  1. AWESOME…what a great episode. Lisa, you look fantastic in the snow!! Also, that seafoam green ice age blue is your color. Great work with Akeelah….good thing you didn’t have to face off in spelling!!! (hope I spelled Akeelah correctly!)
    Can I order a still of your cover shot?
    • Thanks Michele! So glad you enjoyed it. I always try to dress to complement the scenery. Yes, KeKe is an absolute delight and one of my new favorite people on the planet! As for spelling – what did we do before auto-correct?

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