The New York Botanical Garden’s Annual Holiday Train Show
with the NY-NJ Juniata Club
Join alumni, family and friends for a true New York holiday tradition! The NY Botanical Garden’s Annual Holiday Train Show features model trains and trolleys traveling tracks and bridges, as they pass miniature replicas of New York landmarks. Adorned with twinkling lights and natural materials, such as orange slices, pine cones and cinnamon sticks, the more than 140 structures include the Empire State Building, the Statue of Liberty, the Little Red Lighthouse and the Brooklyn Bridge.
After the tour, join us for a snack or late lunch at the Garden Café and then enjoy the rest of the Garden grounds, Specialty Gardens, Rock and Native Plant Garden and the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory. Don’t forget to stop in the Shop in the Garden which features plants, gardening products, gifts and books.
11 registrants (Note: Some registrants may have chosen not to appear in this list.)
- Carol Cannon (Connell) '86
- Jack Connell
- Kelsey Francisco
- Dan Hueglin '71
- Jo Ellen Hueglin
- Andy Krycinski
- Dylan Krycinski '15
- Linda Krycinski
- Cooper Marchese
- Patty Reiner (Kirksey) '85
- Jonny Wade
The New York Botanical Garden
Bronx River Parkway at Fordham Road
Bronx, NY 10458
Saturday, January 4, 2014
Enter the Garden at the Leon Levy Visitor Center.
1:30 p.m. --- Gather at the Visitor Center Café – on the left after entering the Garden
2:00 p.m. --- Tour
Adults --- $25.00
Students or Seniors over 65 --- $22.00
Children (ages 2-12) --- $15.00
Tickets for the 2:00 p.m. tour will sell out quickly!
Register online by Friday, December 20.
Directions and Travel Information
For directions, mass transit and parking information, visit http://www.nybg.org/visit_the_garden/directions.php.
On-site Parking: $12 per vehicle
All vehicles should proceed directly to the Garden via the Conservatory Gate located on Kazimiroff Blvd, just opposite the Fordham University Entrance.
Please see NY Botanical Garden website www.nybg.org for a listing of independent parking garages in the area.
Special thanks to NY-NJ Metro Club’s Carol Connell Cannon ’86, Dan Hueglin ’71, Patty Kirksey Reiner ’85 and Kevin Cannon for organizing this event!