Arundel Conservation Trust and Wagon Museum team up for Ice Cream Night
The Seashore Trolley Museum and the Arundel Conservation Trust have announced that the organizations have joined forces for the museum’s annual ice cream party on Wednesday, August 18.
Visitors are invited to take a ride on the Seashore Trolley Museum’s heritage railway in a vintage cart from the early 1900s and enjoy an ice cream cup, while supporting the Arundel Conservation Trust.
The event is scheduled for Wednesday, August 18, from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm Cart rides depart at 5:30 pm, 6 pm and 6:30 pm, followed by an ice cream sundae with all the fixes. Eventbrite ticket holders are guaranteed a seat on a cart for the departure time selected during the ticket ordering process. Tickets are $ 10 each (ages 2 and under admitted free) and can be purchased at https://icecreamnight.eventbrite.com or by calling 207-967-2800, ext. 104.
Meet trust volunteers, get updates on their work, and sign up to volunteer. Visitors have the option to register for the Trust’s first Trail Fest run, scheduled for September 25, and learn about the new bike connection that the Trust is building to connect to the trail. East.
“Arundel Conservation Trust is very grateful for this partnership,” Board member Joan Hull said in a July 30 press release. “Fifty percent of proceeds from the Seashore Trolley Museum Ice Cream Night event will be donated to Arundel Conservation Trust to help fund the continued construction of multi-use trails in our community and the preservation of green spaces in Arundel.”
Visitors to Ice Cream Night can explore three garages filled with restored carts and several other transit artifacts around its open-air campus.
According to the press release, “The Seashore Trolley Museum’s world-renowned collection includes vehicles from nearly every major city in the United States with streetcar systems, as well as from around the world. From omnibuses to electric streetcars, buses, light rail vehicles and rapid transit cars, the Seashore Trolley Museum has them all.
“If you want to buy a souvenir of your visit, stop by the museum shop. Bring your lunch and enjoy the beautiful grounds and picnic areas before your ride and your ice cream. ”
If the event is not sold out online, tickets will be available for purchase at the door on the night of the event. Masks are mandatory on the carts for all people aged 5 and over, regardless of their vaccination status, in accordance with TSA Safety Directive 1582 / 84-21-01. For more information, visit the Seashore Trolley Museum website.
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