Generosity knows no limits in Hartland, Wisconsin!
In 2011, Hartland turned out en masse despite an unusual December thunderstorm
to support the food pantry when the Canadian Pacific Holiday Train rolled into town
to raise awareness and funds for local food pantries!
Thanks to the support of the Hartland community and the generosity of CP Railway,
the spectacularly lighted Holiday Train has announced they will stop again this year on
Saturday, December 8, 2012!!!
Holiday Train arrives at approximately 9:10 pm
FREE half hour set of musical entertainment from the Box Car!!!!
(If coming just to see the train, plan to arrive approximately 15 minutes early as arrival time could change)
Arrive early for premium parking and join the FREE family fun :
At 350 Cottonwood Avenue (Lake Country Martial Arts) from 7:00 - 9:00 pm:
Face Painting by Marlene from Lake Country Fine Arts School & Gallery
Listen to a Christmas Story read by Jen, the Holiday Storyteller from Hartland Center of Alternative Medicine
Devour a Christmas cookie from none other than Mr. Pig from the Fox Bros. Piggly Wiggly
Enjoy the music by Carol and Ian from Lake Country Martial Arts
Take in the exciting Fire Spinning demonstration by Ian of Lake Country Martial Arts
At the Train Tracks (301 Pawling Avenue): 8:00 - 10:00 pm:
Christmas Carols courtesy of Our Savior's Lutheran Church
Appearance by Santa!
Free Hot Chocolate courtesy of Sanctuary Church of the Lake Country
Free Popcorn with monetary donation to food pantry courtesy of The Chiropractors, LLC
Free Elf Glow Wand or Glowing Reindeer Noses with monetary donation to food pantry courtesy of Hartland Chamber of Commerce and sponsoring businesses
Free music from the Holiday Train performers The Claytones and Canadian Country Music Hall of Famer Tracey Brown
Purchase your Elf Glow Wand and help wave the train in!!!!
ALL PROCEEDS TO BENEFIT THE FOOD PANTRY
Hartland is one of only 150 stops throughout the United States and Canada so don't miss it!
No Fee or Registration Required
But don't forget, this is first and foremost, an effort to collect for the food pantry so
REMEMBER YOUR DONATIONS!
Volunteers will be on hand to accept food and monetary donations
Our goal is $12,000 and thousands of pounds of food!!!