Debbie Reynolds To Be Honored At Annual Halloween Celebration

A few former Disney stars are leading a tribute for the late Debbie Reynolds.

Page Six reports that the iconic actress, who younger fans may know best for starring in Disney Channel's Halloweentown, will be honored at the Spirit of Halloweentown Festival in St. Helens, Ore.—where the first made-for-TV movie was filmed.

"This year we wanted to do something extra special," Halloweentown star Kimberly J. Brown shared in a YouTube video. "We wanted to do a special tribute to her and her role as Grandma Aggie and have a small monument set up there for her. So we're going to do that this year during the lighting ceremony."

Brown, 32, will be joined by her former co-stars J. Paul Zimmerman and Judith Hoag. Emily Roeske, who played Brown's younger sister in the movie, is reportedly trying to attend but remains unconfirmed.

As Nicki Swift previously reported, Reynolds passed away due to a stroke on Dec. 28, 2016—one day after the death of her daughter, Star Wars legend Carrie Fisher. Reynolds was 84 years old.

The special Halloween ceremony is scheduled to take place on Oct. 14, 2017. Tickets for cast meet-and-greets and photo ops are currently on sale.

While we wait to see the original Halloweentown cast reunite, read up on the untold truth of Debbie Reynolds.