The Polar Express


During the show, Southern Coalition for the ARTS reportedly brought the Polar Express book to life. The children were given conductor badges, train whistles, cupcakes and cocoa in their very own mugs. At the end of the event, the elves presented everyone with their very own reindeer bell in a custom wooden box.


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The city of Logan combined history, literacy, the arts and the coal industry to create a magical trip on the Polar Express. Four Seasons Country Store was converted into a first class train car to present the Polar Express to children who showed up ready to dance and sing in their pajamas.


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During the show, Southern Coalition for the ARTS reportedly brought the Polar Express book to life. The children were given conductor badges, train whistles, cupcakes and cocoa in their very own mugs. At the end of the event, the elves presented everyone with their very own reindeer bell in a custom wooden box.

The city of Logan combined history, literacy, the arts and the coal industry to create a magical trip on the Polar Express. Four Seasons Country Store was converted into a first class train car to present the Polar Express to children who showed up ready to dance and sing in their pajamas.

During the show, Southern Coalition for the ARTS reportedly brought the Polar Express book to life. The children were given conductor badges, train whistles, cupcakes and cocoa in their very own mugs. At the end of the event, the elves presented everyone with their very own reindeer bell in a custom wooden box.
http://loganbanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_polarexpress2-CMYK.jpgDuring the show, Southern Coalition for the ARTS reportedly brought the Polar Express book to life. The children were given conductor badges, train whistles, cupcakes and cocoa in their very own mugs. At the end of the event, the elves presented everyone with their very own reindeer bell in a custom wooden box. Courtesy Photos

The city of Logan combined history, literacy, the arts and the coal industry to create a magical trip on the Polar Express. Four Seasons Country Store was converted into a first class train car to present the Polar Express to children who showed up ready to dance and sing in their pajamas.
http://loganbanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_PolarExpress1-CMYK.jpgThe city of Logan combined history, literacy, the arts and the coal industry to create a magical trip on the Polar Express. Four Seasons Country Store was converted into a first class train car to present the Polar Express to children who showed up ready to dance and sing in their pajamas. Courtesy Photos
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