Here's a quick look at key events of this week at Orlando theme parks and attractions (plus one plan ahead/last call).
+ New scenes are added to "The Magic, the Memories and You," the castle-projection show at Magic Kingdom as of Friday. Watch for a beach-inspired "Phineas & Ferb" look, a "Hakuna Matada" sequence and undersea adventures a la "The Little Mermaid." The show generally precedes the "Wishes" fireworks display, which is scheduled for 10 p.m. this Friday. More info: www.disneyworld.com.
+ Friday, Saturday and Sunday mark the second round of Star Wars Weekends at Disney's Hollywood Studios. Visiting actors from the Star Wars universe include Ray Park (Darth Maul in "Star Wars: Episode I -- The Phantom Menace"), Andy Secombe (voice of Watto in "Phantom Menace") and Tom Kane, the voice of Yoda in the animated TV series "Star Wars: Clone Wars." Star Wars Weekends activities, including shows and an intergalactic parade, are included in regular theme-park admission. (Save some time for Darth's Mall, the merchandise building, where the lines were lengthy last weekend.) More info: www.disneyworld.com/starwarsweekends.
+ Legoland Florida opens its water park to the public on Saturday. It includes a lazy river, water playground, slides and a gentle-wave pool suitable for Legoland's key demographic: 2- to 12-year-olds. Admission to the area requires an upgraded ticket (or annual pass) to Legoland, which opened in Winter Haven in October. (There is no separate-gate ticket.) More info: www.florida.legoland.com.
+ A new exhibit called "Play" opens at the Orlando Science Center on Saturday. It features interactive games that teach how folks interact. Included is the chance to turn into a foosball player, giant (and soft) dominoes, and a larger-than-life backgammon set and billiards area with musical components. It's included in regular science-center admission and will be in town through Labor Day. More info: www.osc.org.
+ Finally, a last call/plan ahead note: The final day for Snow White's Scary Adventures, one of the original attractions at Magic Kingdom, is next week, May 31. The area will be gutted and given a regal makeover to become an meet-and-greet area called Princess Fairytale Hall.Copyright © 2014, Los Angeles Times