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Steam Train and River Boat Cruise Fundraiser

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Steam Train and River Boat Cruise Fundraiser

Time: June 23, 2018 from 6:30pm to 10:30pm
Location: CHARTER BEGINS AT THE ESSEX TRAIN STATION IN ESSEX, CT
Street: 1 RAILROAD AVE.
City/Town: ESSEX, CT 06426
Website or Map: http://www.opportunityhousect…
Phone: 203-281-1839
Event Type: fundraiser
Organized By: Tamara Dumas
Latest Activity: Jun 19, 2018

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DATE: SATURDAY JUNE 23, 2018

TIME: 7:00PM-10:30PM Boarding time 6:30pm at the Essex Train Station

DETAILS: CHARTER BEGINS AT THE ESSEX TRAIN STATION IN ESSEX, CT
ADDRESS: 1 RAILROAD AVE. ESSEX, CT 06426
YOU WILL TAKE A 15-MINUTE TRAIN RIDE TO DEEP RIVER.
HERE YOU WILL BOARD THE BOAT, THE BECKY THATCHER, FOR A 3-HOUR RIDE ALONG THE CONNECTICUT RIVER. AFTER ENJOYING YOUR RIDE ON THE RIVER, THE TRAIN WILL RETURN YOU FROM DEEP RIVER LANDING BACK TO ESSEX TRAIN STATION.

ENTERTAINMENT: DANCING TO THE MUSIC OF ”The Navels”
(Country/Western, Oldies Rock & Roll Band)

APPETIZERS & DESSERTS ARE PROVIDED A CASH BAR IS ALSO AVAILABLE ON BOARD

$35.00 PER TICKET

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