Train Day Event Features Model Trains of Miniature, Garden, Lego and Even a Kids Train to Ride
Posted: April 27, 2010
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:
BOB ROTATORI OR DAN CRANDALL
216-635-3200, EXT. 3263 OR EXT. 3274
It’s not easy to explain, but model trains capture many of the
hearts and minds of kids and adults alike.
Come see for yourself at Cleveland Metroparks annual free “Train
Day” event on Saturday, June 19 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at CanalWay
Center in Ohio & Erie Canal Reservation in Cuyahoga Hts.
Train-lovers can enjoy viewing model train exhibits (G-scale,
HO-scale, N-scale, S-scale, Legos, and more), exhibits with local
train organizations, guided trestle hikes, listening in to train
traffic conversations, crafts, movies about trains shown all day,
Visitors can enjoy live music throughout the day on the R&R
stage, featuring the sounds of Barb Withee & Jon Mosey at 10:30
a.m., First String Band at noon, Ed McDade at 1 p.m., and First
String Band again at 3 p.m.
And, head over to the conductor as he welcomes everyone to take a
stroll down the Hobo Trail to discover what life was like for
“America’s traveling workers,” see the hobo code through the hobo
signs, and maybe even strike up a conversation with a few
Plus, kid’s train rides, ($1/person), EarthWords Nature Shop
selling unique train items, and refreshments for sale.
And, while there, visitors can enter-to-win family 4-packs of
passes for the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad, Dennison Railroad
Depot Museum, EnterTRAINment Junction, and Hocking Valley Scenic
CanalWay Center is located on Whittlesey Way, off the East
49th Street entrance of Ohio & Erie Canal
Reservation, between Grant Avenue and Canal Road in Cuyahoga
Heights – just off the I-77/Grant Avenue exit.
For more information, call 216-206-1000 or visit
Don’t miss the conductor’s call of “All Aboard,” or the only seats
left will be in the caboose….at the
“Train Day” event in Cleveland Metroparks – part of your