Monday, December 2, 2019

12 Days of Christmas Giveaways – Santa Trains from Waterloo Central Railway



This time of year, the elves are busy tuning up Santa’s sleigh for the big night, so Santa has opted for a different mode of transportation.  Over the next few weekends leading up to Christmas you can find Santa Claus riding the rails with some help from his friends at the Waterloo Central Railway.     
As listed on the website….
Enjoy an exciting train ride with Santa and his helpers before he has to head back to the North Pole to load the sleigh with toys for his adventure on Christmas Eve.
That sounds like an amazing trip.  Even our poll participants agree that they would like to see Santa on a Train! Now is the time to book your Santa Train ride as tickets are going fast and some of the allotted times are almost booked up. 

To learn more about the Waterloo Central Railway, be sure to visit these links

Grab Your Tickets for this Year’s Santa Trains


Head to https://waterloocentralrailway.com/santa-trains/ to select your preferred date and time. Once you have found a date and a time slot that works for your family, click the corresponding BUY TICKETS button.

Tickets start at $30.99 and vary by age and service level. Please read the ticket descriptions carefully.

It is also important to arrive 30 prior to departure to ensure you have time to park and check-in. Also, please note that the station is located in St. Jacobs at 50 Isabella Street
St. Jacobs, Ontario, N0B 2N0

This experience could start a new tradition for your family!
In order to help everyone get in the spirit, we think you should check out this light display set to the song SANTA TRAIN.



To celebrate this occasion we are giving away a family pass for a Santa Train as part of our 12 Days of Christmas Giveaways. 

Enter to Win

Enter the rafflecopter contest below (it may take a minute to load) and be sure to tell us about your family tradition  (it works best if you are logged into your google account when commenting). It may just win you a family four pack of tickets to attend the event.
The winner will be notified via email and will have 48 hours to reply.  If we do not hear from the winner within the 48 hour time period, a new winner will be chosen.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

16 comments:

  1. This would be an amazing opportunity for me and my three kiddos to do something special together to celebrate the holidays!!! Our family tradition is to decorate the tree together. We put on Christmas music, I put on the lights and the boys decorate putting on all the special ornaments they have made over the years along with all the ones nana gives them each year while we Sing along with the Christmas carols. I talk about how their Uncle Kirby loved Christmas and we called him Mr. Christmas as a way to keep his memory alive with us during the holidays since he passed away before the kids were born and they love hearing about him as a way to get to know him.

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  2. One of our favourite traditions is going to both Waterloo Park and Victoria Park to see the Christmas lights. Our kids love walking around in the snow admiring all of the lights. Afterwards, at home we will have snacks and watch the original How the Grinch Stole Christmas.

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  3. We live to build and decorate a gingerbread house with my grandfather every year. It’s my fav tradition ad now my daughter helps. Even better.

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  4. We live to build and decorate a gingerbread house with my grandfather every year. It’s my fav tradition ad now my daughter helps. Even better.

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  5. oh my gosh this would be absolutely amazing!! my oldest daughter is autistic and has a train obsession. she would freak out with excitement. our favorite family christmas tradition is watching how the grinch stole christmas on christmas even in our pjs right before bed

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  6. Our favourite tradition is hanging out with family and friends, playing games, drinking hot chocolate and making more memories.
    We have been trying to go on the Santa train last year and this year, so winning this would be amazing!

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  7. We enjoying driving the kiddos around to view all the Christmas light displays and making cards for loved ones

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  8. As my kids get older, some of the traditional Christmas activities we've done have slowed. In an effort to make Christmas last longer than 20 insane minutes Christmas Morning I had to start coming up with really fun distractions. One year was mini nerf guns in their stockings on their beds. But my most successful idea, was silly string! My children now spend Christmas Eve with their Dad and come home ChristmasDay. They more excited to walk in this door, drop their treasures, and run up to their stockings for that silly string then anything else under the tree! Yes it's messy, but so easy to clean up, and so worth it. And I'll take every second I get thanks

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  9. The only tradition i really hold on to really is the making ht esame cookies i used to make with my Nana almost every year. Keeping her alive through cookies .

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  10. Our traditions are baking cookies together & enjoying an outing to the Christmas tree farm.

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  11. We have a few different traditions well partake in before the big day. We decorate gingerbread houses and like to go for an evening walk and see all the lights.

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  12. We bake Norwegian Christmas cookies, go to the fireworks at the Wonders of Winter in Waterloo Park, enjoy Christkindl Market and my daughter sings at retirement homes with her girls choir. So many favourite traditions! Would love to take my son on the train, too!

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  13. Every year we get a real Christmas tree and the kids go to houses in our neighbourhood being secret Santa and leaving little gifts!

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  14. Our family tradition is waiting until boxing day to get in on all the deals.

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  16. This will be our second Christmas here in Canada. Here, we experienced white Christmas. It's a new exciting experience, as we came from a tropical country. Back in the Philippines which may be tagged as the Christmas capital of the world, you can feel the Christmas season when the "ber" months begin as you can hear Christmas songs everywhere. People starts to place their bright lanterns, Christmas lights and some put their Christmas trees after All Saint's Day (Nov 1). On Christmas Eve, we exchange gifts with family and relatives, then we enjoy the "noche buena" after our thanksgiving prayer. On Christmas day, we attend church mass then go back home to wait for our godchildren and kids (from all walks of life) to give them gifts. It's kinda tiring but we enjoy much when kids (more than a hundred) visit us. We just like seeing the smiles on their faces and the joy that they feel. Here in Canada, it's a different experience but we are having fun. On our first Christmas here, we went to Victoria Park and Waterloo Park to see the amazing lights. We also went to the church. We had our "noche buena" and exchanged gifts. Somehow, it's sad since we had no relatives here but gained new friends. That, we are very grateful.

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