The Star-Herald

WINTERGREEN EXPRESS tickets go on sale Nov. 14

PRESQUE ISLE, Maine — The WINTERGREEN EXPRESS is coming back to Presque Isle on Dec. 9-10.

Tickets go on sale Monday, Nov. 14 at noon. Tickets are available online at www.wintergreenarts.org (please click on WINTERGREEN EXPRESS TICKETS). Tickets are also available over the phone at 207-762-3576 or at  Wintergreen’s 830 Main Street location in Presque Isle at the Aroostook Centre Mall. Please join us for this very special holiday visit to the North Pole where Santa’s Elves serve hot cocoa, sing, and talk with  all the boys and girls. Families will have fun decorating and eating sugar cookies and visiting with Santa Claus. Little ones get a souvenir jingle bell to take home too! 

Families board their magical ride to the North Pole at the Sargent Family Community Center for $15 per round trip ticket. 

Everyone needs a ticket to ride. All children must be accompanied by at least one ticketed adult. Wee ones, 12 months old and younger, ride free.  

“We’ve got some new, fun additions planned for this year’s WINTERGREEN EXPRESS,” said Gretchen Violette, Wintergreen’s events coordinator. “More details are coming soon, but first we extend a heartfelt thanks to all of our  community partners and the dozens and dozens of volunteers who truly make this an enchanted experience for the  young and young-at-heart.” 

Upon purchase, ticket holders receive an email receipt indicating the date and time of their ticket(s) to the North Pole. For more information, the public may contact Wintergreen at 207-762-3576 or wintergreenarts@gmail.com.

The Wintergreen Arts Center is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization founded in 2006, and located in  Presque Isle. Wintergreen is an organization based on the idea that creativity, advocacy, and community can produce great  things. Our mission is to provide meaningful experiences that encourage an appreciation of the arts, stimulate creativity and  innovation, and offer an artistic community space where all are welcome.

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