Thursday, December 15, 2016
On Wednesday, December 14 Jim Russ from WBAL AM Radio visited the Train Garden. He took pictures, video and interviewed Joe Manfre and Doug Campbell. Follow the steps below to see these items.
1. go to wbal.com
2. at the top on the right click Videos
3. now click on 1090 AM videos
4. look on the right side of the page and click where it says Video: Highlantown (sic) Train Garden Remembers the Blizzard of 2016
5. there you will see pictures, video and the audio
Or go to the following link: http://www.wbal.com/article/208424/21/video-highlantown-christmas-train-garden-remembers-the-blizzard-of-2016
This year 970 students from various schools came to visit the Train Garden. The schools were Hampstead Hill Academy (#47), John Ruhrah Elementary and Middle School (#228), Highlandtown Elementary and Middle School (#215), Highlandtown Elementary and Middle School (#237), and the Patterson Park Public Charter School. Amazingly on December 15 Kindergarten students from Hampstead Hill Academy braved wind chill temperatures in the single digits to visit the Train Garden. Below are some pictures of the visits.
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Wednesday, December 7, 2016
Take chances at the Train Garden so you can win one of the four raffle prizes pictured: The Overland Flyer Train Set with the two additional cars, The Ravens and the Orioles baskets which were created by Rob Hoehn of Hoehn's Bakery located at the corner of Bank St. and Conkling St. in Highlandtown, and the other basket was donated by the Goetze's Candy Company located at 3900 Monument Company.
Monday, December 5, 2016
Highlandtown Main Street had Santa, picture taking, singing, band playing and the lighting of the tree at Eastern Ave. and Conkling St. between 5 pm and 6:30 pm. At this time the people proceeded across the street to the Train Garden. There Zeke Cohen,
our new First District Councilman, pushed the remote and the Train Garden became officially open.
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