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CP Holiday Train
All aboard! The CP Holiday Train rolled into town on Dec 11, 2019! The train stopped at Lions Park on 37th Ave, between 37th Ave & Stinson Blvd, 8:30 pm. Starting at 7 pm, there were refreshments available and fire pits to help keep attendees warm.

The event is free, but organizers accepted cash or healthy food donations to help support local food shelves. This stop is presented by East Side Neighborhood Services!

Check back here in November for information on the 2020 Holiday Train stop. 

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--FAQ--

Do we ride the train?
No one rides the train and no tickets are needed. When the train arrives a 30-minute concert takes place from a car on the train, featuring Meghan Patrick, Tanika Charles and Kelly Prescott!

When does the train actually come?
The Holiday Train’s estimated arrival is 8 p.m. The concert from the train will only be viewable from the north side of the tracks. Once the train pulls in, it will not be possible to cross to the other side of the tracks.

Do we have to buy tickets?
The event is free, but we suggest a $5+ gift to East Side Neighborhood Services food shelves. You can also text TRAIN to 91999 to donate beforehand or at the event!

What's the mission? 
The mission of the Holiday Train is to address food insecurity in the communities it stops in. You can learn more about East Side Neighborhood Services' food shelves at https://www.esns.org/metrofoodprograms

Where do we park?
There will be no event parking allowed at local businesses near the event. The road will also be closed at Stinson and 37th Ave. NE. Please park on neighborhood streets or take public transit. There will be a few handicap spots available near the liquor store.

Will food be available?
KCM Eggrolls food truck will be at the event!