Lighthouse Now: Four years of Christmas on the Mersey

By December 18, 2016The Holidays

A couple hundred people came out last Friday evening for the start of Christmas on the Mersey.

Liverpool’s annual Christmas festival kicked off with a march down Main Street, a meeting with the Acadia First Nation and a fireworks display.


A march led by the Kings Orange Rangers crosses the Bristol Avenue bridge.

A group of spectators checks out a wigwam on the waterfront. The annual event includes participation from Acadia First Nation, including drumming, singing, dancing, and several displays in front of Lane’s Privateer Inn.

Members of the Acadia First Nation arrive in Liverpool for the opening ceremony.

Fireworks seen over Liverpool as Christmas on the Mersey enters its fourth year.

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