A rainy start to Boothbay Railway Village Museum’s annual three weekend North Pole Express didn’t deter folks from coming to the Route 27 facility on Saturday, Dec. 3. Sunday’s weather was cooler, but at least it was dry.
After Santa greeted the children on the BRVM’s train, the big guy stayed at the “North Pole, and the passengers rode back to the Village’s Freeport Station for more festivities. There was readings in the Spruce Point Chapel, make your own s’mores, vintage holiday displays, hot chocolate in the Town Hall, ornament making, the Toy Shop exhibit and more.
For more information on the Dec. 10-11 and Dec. 17-18 schedule, visit www.RailwayVillage.org.
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