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Woodland Easter Event

Woodland Easter Event

Woodland Easter Event – All Aboard!

Woodland Easter Event

Woodland Easter Event – All Aboard!

I’m Ed Smith, a Woodland Car Accident Lawyer. All aboard for a thrilling Woodland Easter Event for children of all ages!


Sacramento River Train – Easter Express – Woodland, CA


341 Industrial Way, Woodland, California 95776


Saturday, March 26, 2016 from 10:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Sunday, March 27, 2016 from 1:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.


Because a Spring Bunny will be hopping to each train car to entertain the children on this unforgettable March 2016 event.

This is a thumbs all the way up event for children of all ages. Families will enjoy a leisurely train ride out to a park. Children’s entertainers will hop car to car for fun and excitement. Once you arrive at your destination all will be treated to an Easter egg hunt hosted by a Spring Bunny.

Information & Pricing:

For more information about how to book your reservation for this exciting Woodland Easter event contact:

Sacramento River Train – Easter Egg Express – Woodland, CA

Or call (800) 866-1690 for additional details. Tickets may sell out quickly for this very popular Woodland Easter event.

Woodland Personal Injury and Auto Accident Attorney

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