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Monday, November 19, 2012

Irvine Park Railroad Christmas Train Giveaway


Tickets are now available online for the 17th annual Irvine Park Railroad Christmas Train. the Christmas Train will be opening on Friday, November 30th with fun for the entire family. 






Families can take off into the night on a train headed to the "north pole" to meet Santa Claus. There are additional activities happening including story time with Mrs. Claus, carnival games, cookie decorating, coloring corner and more.





The Irvine Park Railroad Christmas train has been a family tradition in our family since first having children. We have created so many lifelong memories at the Christmas Train, and I know that your family will too.



The event is sure to sell-out early, so purchase your tickets in advance online. The dates and times of the event are:

Christmas Train Dates
Christmas Train Hours
Christmas Train Activities
November 30th
5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Activities open at 4:00 pm.
December 1st and 2nd
5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Activities open at 4:00 pm.
December 7th - 9th
5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Activities open at 4:00 pm.
December 14th
5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Activities open at 4:00 pm.
December 15th and 16th
2:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Activities open at 1:00 pm.
December 17th through 21st
4:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Activities open at 3:00 pm.
December 22nd and 23rd
2:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Activities open at 1:00 pm.


We are happy to be able to offer one of our OC Mom Blog readers a set of (6) train tickets and (6) activity tickets for the Irvine Park Railroad Christmas Train. Enter to win by leaving a comment below with your favorite Christmas memory. We are also offer other ways to enter here:


Disclosure: Our family will be attending a media event at the Irvine Park Railroad Christmas Train. All our thoughts and opinions are of our own.


19 comments:

  1. My favorite Christmas memory is my mom making "Santa Letters" by burning the edges of the paper after she wrote us our letters from the guy in red. I stayed up and watched her do it one year. Thought i was being sneaky. :)

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  2. My favorite Christmas memory is having a "White Christmas" one year and not quite falling asleep because I thought I heard Santa's sleigh and reindeer on rooftop. I was so sure of myself!

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  3. Waking up at the crack of dawn to see what Santa brought.

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  4. Growing up our tree didn't get put up until the 24th. We also used real candles, so the first time we would see the lit tree was on the 24th in the evening, with all the presents underneath. It was magical!

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  5. My favorite memory was driving home from my grandma's on Christmas eve as a little girl and looking up into the starry night, watching for Santa's sleigh and telling my parents to get me home faster so Santa would know I was asleep in bed :-)

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  6. My favorite memory is when we found Santa's footprints in the snow at my Grandparents' house.

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  7. going to Fountain Valley to look at Christmas lights in this 1 neighborhood with my family

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  8. Making cinnamon rolls with My boys every christmas morning

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  9. My favorite memory is going to midnight mass, half asleep and then being wide awake after mass to open our presents :)

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  10. My favorite memory is baking cookies for Santa

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  11. We have always wanted to!

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  12. Favorite Christmas moment.. every year my kids aunts make them "reindeer" food and Christmas eve we sprinkle it on the lawn and they LOVE that!

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  13. I love setting up our tree ad a family

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  14. My favorite Christmas memory is our big family christmas breakfast that we used to do every year. Can't wait to start this tradition with my own kids.

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  15. This sounds fun! Hope we can create new memories for our family :)

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  16. Waking up in the morning to see what Santa brought. :)

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  17. Would love to take the kids on the Santa train--we've never been!

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