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Posted on: October 9, 2020

Celebrate Merrysville Home for the Holidays - Community Lights, Dec. 10-24

Make Marysville shine and join in the merriment as we bring the holiday celebration home this year! Marysville residents, organizations and businesses are invited to take part in transforming Marysville into a magical community of lights. 

Register your home, organization or business to be included on the map of lights and to be entered into this year’s Merrysville Home for the Holidays - Community Lights contest. 

Tuesday, Dec. 1 – Deadline to apply. To be included on the map and in the contest, you must register before 5 p.m. on Dec. 1. Bring the spirit of the holidays to the Marysville community and make this holiday season one to remember. Register now at

Thanks to the generous support of E&E Lumber, Dick’s Towing, The Costa Home Team and HomeStreet Bank, the winner of each contest category will receive a prize basket valued at $250.

Saturday, Dec. 5 - Mayor Jon Nehring will begin the holiday season with a virtual ceremonial lighting of the tree.  Look for more details coming soon about how to watch the tree lighting from the comfort of your home.

Dec. 10-24, 5-9 p.m. – Celebrate the holiday season by touring Merrysville Home for the Holidays - Community Lights. A map will be available for download at beginning Dec. 10.

Join the celebration of Merrysville Home for the Holidays – Community Lights! For event details, visit or call Marysville Parks, Culture and Recreation at 360-363-8400.

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