Ahead of the debut of Tiana’s Bayou Adventure at Disneyland later this year, retail spaces near the former Splash Mountain are getting a remodel to fit the “Princess and the Frog” theme of the new attraction.

The Briar Patch will be rechristened as Ray’s Berets, named after the firefly character from the 2009 animated film. The store will stock headwear, accessories, and toys, adding some sparkling firefly touches to the existing building.

Ray’s Berets concept art (Disney)

Half of the existing Pooh Corner store will become Louis’ Critter Club, selling merchandise themed around Princess Tiana and her animal friends. The sweets store at Pooh Center will remain unchanged and continue stocking “Winnie the Pooh” items.

The remodeling project will mean the temporary closure of Critter Country beginning on May 1. A Disneyland representative told Theme Park Tribune that the closure would include the Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh ride and all of the Pooh Corner store, but the Hungry Bear restaurant will remain open.

Tiana’s Bayou Adventure is set to open at some point later this year in Disneyland, behind the summer opening scheduled for its Disney World counterpart

The Critter Country closure will add to the expanding construction zone on the west side of Disneyland; along with the conversion of Splash Mountain into the Tiana ride, that portion of the park is also missing the Haunted Mansion, which is currently closed to build a new outdoor queue space and a gift shop.

Editor’s Note: This story has been updated with new information from a Disneyland representative about what parts of Critter Country will be closing.