A child takes a spin on the carousel at Joyland in 2006.
A child takes a spin on the carousel at Joyland in 2006. The Wichita Eagle File photo
A child takes a spin on the carousel at Joyland in 2006. The Wichita Eagle File photo

Will there ever be another Joyland?

April 20, 2017 03:45 PM

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    All aboard the Polar Express! The Polar Express at OJ Watson Park runs through December 16. A reading of Chris Van Allsburg’s Polar Express is followed by a crafts and a train ride to visit Santa. Stop at the campfire to enjoy s’mores and hot chocolate, then end with a special gift! Kids are encouraged to wear pajamas. An adult must also attend and register. Ages 2+. Cost is $15 per person. (Video by Matt Crow / The Wichita Eagle)