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Christmas Choo Choo Trains

December 14 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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Free
toy train event

Kids 2 to 92

WOW! What would the 1896 railroad workers think? Toy trains running on the very grounds they used to build the oldest church in High Springs, Fl. Railroad men used the fallen trees from the great storm for the construction of St. Bartholomew’s Church in 1896.
St. Bartholomew’s will be hosting its first annual Christmas toy train event in December.
The “Toy Train Guys” will be offering 3 separate layout tables. One will be kid interactive friendly with buttons and switches activating the choo choos and accessories.
In addition, Santa Claus will be making surprise visits offering small gifts for the little ones.
Come join the fun with historic beginnings. FREE ADMISSION

December 8th – 5-8pm December 14th – 5-8pm
9th – 2-5pm 15th – 5-8pm
10th – 1-4pm 16th – 11am-4pm

St. Bartholomew’s
18615 NW 238th St.
High Springs, FL 32643
PH: 386-454-9812
stbartshs@gmail.com
www.stbartshighsprings.org

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