2017 Santa's Express & 5K
Meet Santa in Historic Morris Depot
Join Santa in the Train Depot! Ride the Union Pacific train and take in the Christmas on the Farm decorations. Have a cookie and make sure Santa knows exactly what you want for Christmas! Get your picture with Santa (free!).
2017 DAYS & HOURS
Saturday, December 2, 10 am-3 pm
Sunday, December 3, 10 am-3 pm
Saturday, December 9, 10 am-3 pm
Sunday, December 10, 10 am-3 pm
Santa Express 5K and 1 Mile Reindeer Route
Saturday, December 2, 2017, 10:00 AM
The Santa Express is a holiday themed race that starts at the Barn on our historic grounds. The race takes you across the beautiful grounds and into the Wyandotte County Park. The race goes around a loop and back to the Barn for a great finish that includes a celebration of a train ride, cookies, hot chocolate (water if you must) and visits with Santa in the depot! Be sure to enjoy the selfie stations and the reindeer games!
The 3rd Annual Santa’s Express 5K and Reindeer Route supports the Historic Farmtown renovation at the National Agricultural Center.
Packet pickup is the day of the race, Dec. 3rd, at the National Agricultural Center at 630 N. 126th Street, Bonner Springs, KS. Awards the day of race will be announced, but expect some fun! Most creative holiday outfit and of course, a Holiday finisher medal! There will also be gift certificates for first, second and third places!
5K: $25 (Fee increases $5 on race day)
5K Team (4 or more) $20 each (Fee increases $5 on race day)
Reindeer Route 1 mile: $15 (Fee increases $5 on race day)
Reindeer Route participants receive antlers instead of a race shirt.Register Here for 5K
National Agricultural Hall of Fame
The historic village at the National Agricultural Hall of Fame represents a rural American village at the turn of the 19th century. The one-room school, black smith shop and train depot are historic living history museums that allow families a look into the lives their grandparents and great-grandparents lived. The race raises money to preserve this history and the fun of exploring it at the National Agricultural Hall of Fame!