CP Holiday Train 2018 Set To Stop in Windsor
November 30 @ 5:20 pm - 6:45 pm
The 20th Annual Canadian Pacific Railway Holiday Train will arrive in Windsor at the CP Rail Yard on Friday, November 30, 2018.
The festively decorated CP Holiday Train will help spread holiday cheer with box cars covered in lights and decorations.
For the second year in a row the CP Holiday Train will stop in Chatham at 2:30pm before heading to Windsor.
The train will arrive in Windsor at the rail yard located just off of Janette Street and Erie Street West at 5:20pm.
At 6:00pm watch one of the train’s boxcars transform into a stage and enjoy a live country music and holiday music performance by the legendary Sam Roberts Band who will be joined by Country Music’s Jojo Mason!
Although Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus will be in the middle of their busy Windsor Parade Corp series of Santa Claus Parades and events they’ll take the time to visit everyone at the CP Holiday Train stop in Windsor (As a side note here’s the schedule of Windsor Parade Corp. Santa Claus Parades: Sat Nov 17 – Kingsville Santa Claus Parade, Sat Nov 24 – Amherstburg Santa Claus Parade, Dec 1 – Windsor Santa Claus Parade, and Dec 8 – Essex Santa Claus Parade).
The Holiday Train crosses Canada and The U.S.A. making stops along the way to raise awareness about hunger and support area food banks.
The Essex County Food Bank Association will be collecting non-perishable food items at the event. Donations are appreciated.
This is a free fun family event!
About The CP Holiday Train
The CP Holiday Train program launched in 1999 and has since raised more than C$14.5 million and gathered 4.3 million pounds of food for communities along CP’s routes in Canada and the United States.
Beginning in Montreal on Nov. 25 and 27 respectively, two trains will make the festive journey, travelling through both the U.S. and Canada to bring holiday cheer to 164 communities along CP’s network. Each event is free, with CP encouraging attendees to open their cupboards and wallets to help address hunger needs in their communities. Local food banks will be accepting donations at each stop to ensure those less fortunate have enough healthy food this holiday season.
“On behalf of the 13,000-strong family here at CP, it is my great pleasure to kick-off the 20th tour of the CP Holiday Train,” said Keith Creel, CP’s President and Chief Executive Officer. “It is a privilege for CP to be able to run a program like this and connect with so many communities across our network. I want to personally thank each individual who has made a donation over the past 20 years – your collective efforts have made the Holiday Train a huge success for two decades.”