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Canadian Pacific Holiday Train, Hartland
December 9, 2022 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pmFree
While the Canadian Pacific Holiday Train in Hartland is back in 2022 after a two year hiatus
The Canadian Pacific Holiday Train arrives in Hartland on Friday, December 9th, 2022 at 5:30pm. The show would be from 5:45 – 6:15. Times, as always, are approximate.
Please remember to bring non-perishable food donations for the Food Pantry!!!!
2022 Canadian Pacific Holiday Train details
Prior to the Holiday Train arriving in Hartland, be sure to take part in their festivities!
Kick off the holiday season with a visit from the Canadian Pacific Holiday Train when it stops in Hartland, Wisconsin at the crossing of Cottonwood and Pawling Avenues. This community event is aimed at helping raise awareness of and increase donations for our local food pantries here in the Lake Country area.
- Free half hour set of music from the Holiday Train performers from the box car!
- More details coming!
Treats available for purchase with portion of the proceeds benefiting the food pantries.
Please remember, THIS IS A FUNDRAISER FOR LOCAL FOOD PANTRIES so please bring non-perishable food donations for the Food Pantry!! There will be several drop off sites near or along Cottonwood and Pawling Avenues.
*Please note that it is common for the train to be behind schedule. Therefore, bundle up and prepare for a wait – bring snacks, a drink of water, and winter gear.
Canadian Pacific’s Holiday Train will return this year after a two year pandemic-related hiatus. The train will again raise money, food, and awareness for local food banks in communities along the CP network – including, for the first time, stops in Maine and Quebec along the former Central Maine & Quebec.
This year’s performers will include Alan Doyle, Tenille Townes, Mackenzie Porter and Lindsay Ell. Details about this year’s artists and which performers will play which shows are available at the event website.
Holiday Train shows are free to attend. CP asks attendees to bring a cash or non-perishable food donation if they’re able. Local food shelves will set up collection stations at each event, with all donations made staying with the local food bank to help people in need in the community. Because local food shelves buy food at a discount, cash donations can go further than food donations to help those in need.
See THE CANADIAN PACIFIC HOLIDAY TRAIN POST for more details.