The Canadian Pacific Holiday Train program has two trains, and one of them is passing through Metro Detroit on December 1st, after being absent for three years. The U.S. train departs Montreal, Canada on November 22nd and will travel through Ontario before returning to southeast Michigan.
Metro Detroit families can catch the train passing through several metro-Detroit cities. On the evening of December 1st, there is a program show stop in Windsor, Ontario at 6:00pm. The show is scheduled to finish around 6:30pm and the train will depart from Windsor and travel through Melvindale, Allen Park, Taylor and Romulus that evening on it’s way for its next show in the Chicago suburbs.
Thunderbowl Lanes in Allen Park has been a local favorite place for families and friends to gather and watch the train pass by.
The CP Holiday train program launched in 1999, and has raised over $21 million and collected over 5 million pounds of food for community food banks across North America.