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Lewiston Christmas Bridge Lighting

LEWISTON Old Lewiston Bridge Lighting & Fireworks November 30, 2019, 3 -7 p.m. Free

Fireworks begin at 5:30 p.m.

Downtown Lewiston
Turnpike & Deadwood Rd.
Lewiston, CA
lewistonbridgelighting.com | lewistonsparkles.com

Kids can meet with Santa in the Lewiston Hotel Dance Hall at 3 pm. Food & craft vendors and holiday sing-along makes this a fun day for the whole family. Free cotton candy. Fireworks by Souza begins at 5:30 pm. Crafts, vendors, Santa, food & music, and sing along holiday songs.

Usually a band starts performing at 7 p.m. at the Lewiston Hotel Produced by the Lewiston Community Assoc. and Lewiston Sparkies

5:30 p.m. fireworks with Pyro Spectaculars North, Inc.

Every November, after Thanksgiving, the town hosts a Holiday Bridge Lighting where there is a fireworks display, the bridge is adorned in Christmas lights, there are booths from local vendors and school fundraisers, and Santa crosses the bridge allowing youngsters to take their picture with him.

Craft Vendors, Santa, Food, Music, Sing along holiday songs.

Santa appears at the Lewiston Hotel Dance Hall at 3 p.m. He'll cross the bridge after the fireworks and return to the Dance Hall to hear more wishes. Produced by the Lewiston Community Assoc. and Lewiston Sparkies.

In September of 1849, with nary a white face among the natives who populated the area, a prospector by the name of Tom Palmer arrived here to open a mining claim on the Trinity River. After months of seeing some consistently satisfying returns, he expanded his operation on the river the following year by bringing in some outside help.

Among the new workers was a man called B. F. "Frank" Lewis, a "ragged orphan boy" Palmer had "picked up in some of the border towns" a few years before. The two men worked in tandem until the spring of 1851, when Palmer saw fit to set up a ferry operation on the Trinity River which he put Lewis in charge of. The propery last owned by "Cephus" Wood and the section of the river known previously as "Old Tucker's Place," along with the rapidly-growing community that encompassed it, was briefly called "Lewis Town," then forever after, Lewiston.

Lewiston between Weaverville and Whiskeytown National Recreation Area near Redding, CA.

Events are not guaranteed. It is your responsibility to confirm before going.


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