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The cast of” Peter Pan and TinkerBell’s Christmas” (Sabrina, Corey, August along with other respective actors) will be at the Hollywood Christmas Parade tomorrow. The Christmas parade starts at 5PM PST. You can find out more info here: http://thehollywoodchristmasparade.org/
Auggie is doing a meet and greet today at 11AM PST – 12PM PST at the Los Cerritos Center. If you attend it make sure you bring an unopened gift to donate to the toy drive! All info is on the Facebook post below!
(Side Note: Auggie’s Facebook post that is embedded below was posted yesterday.)
Auggie (and his mom) talked with Scholastic.com about who he would love to see guest star on Girl Meets World, what kind of music he likes, running his own YouTube Channel, and more. We copied part of the interview below. You can go here to read the rest of the interview.
Q: Is there an actor or an actress that you would love to guest star on Girl Meets World? August: I would say President Obama and the First Lady to guest star because I really want to meet them.
Q: What grade are you in? August: I’m turning eight this year. So I should be in third. But I’ve been in kindergarten for two years. I switched schools and they made me go back to kindergarten. Then I skipped second grade. When I’m going to turn eight I should’ve been in third grade, but in reality it’s fourth. Mom: So he’ll be 16 when he graduates high school.
Q: What is the thing that you’re most proud about doing? August: Being a big brother to Ocean, and taking care of him, making sure that he’s always safe so he can learn more life lessons.
Q: What is your favorite TV show? August:How It’s Made – it’s on the Science Channel – because I just want to see how everything works and how it’s made. I want to be a scientist when I grow up, too.
The writers have done an astounding job with Girl Meets World. It’s nice to be able to watch a show with real lessons, issues, and morals. They also have recaptured Boy Meets World’s magic for the newer generation. Check out the tweets below.
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