All aboard the Polar Express

Youngsters climbing aboard the Polar Express on Saturday, Dec. 4, are likely to meet (front row, from left, elf Beth MacDonald, Santa, elf Karin Sevener, (back row) Megan Sternig, elf Chandler Steffen, baker Maggie Anderson, conductor Danny Friess, hobo Kiley Scherer and BreAnna Porth. The annual event is put on by the Port Washington, Grafton and Cedarburg parks and recreation departments and gives youngsters a glimpse into the magic of Santa’s workshop. This year’s event will be held from 9 a.m. to noon Dec. 4 at the Port Washington Fire Station. Activities include caroling, cookie decorating, trolley rides, train display, letters to Santa, making reindeer food, photos with Santa and a special gift from the big man. A decorated school bus will transport children from Cedarburg and Grafton, while a trolly will pick up Port kids for the event. Tickets, which are required, are $7 per child, with children 2 and younger admitted free. They may be purchased in advance from any of the recreation departments, Port Washington State Bank offices in the three communities or online at Photo by Sam Arendt 



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