Tommy Hill, right, and his grandson Rogue Johnston, 7, get ready Saturday to take the Polar Express to the circular campfire for some s’mores and hot chocalate at Watson Park. The Polar Express event runs for two more Saturdays. It is sponsored by the Wichita Parks and Recreation Department, and pre-registration is required by calling Watson Park at 316-529-9940. (Dec. 6, 2014)
Tommy Hill, right, and his grandson Rogue Johnston, 7, get ready Saturday to take the Polar Express to the circular campfire for some s’mores and hot chocalate at Watson Park. The Polar Express event runs for two more Saturdays. It is sponsored by the Wichita Parks and Recreation Department, and pre-registration is required by calling Watson Park at 316-529-9940. (Dec. 6, 2014) Fernando Salazar The Wichita Eagle
Tommy Hill, right, and his grandson Rogue Johnston, 7, get ready Saturday to take the Polar Express to the circular campfire for some s’mores and hot chocalate at Watson Park. The Polar Express event runs for two more Saturdays. It is sponsored by the Wichita Parks and Recreation Department, and pre-registration is required by calling Watson Park at 316-529-9940. (Dec. 6, 2014) Fernando Salazar The Wichita Eagle

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