Christmas light displays moved from Hannibal’s Central Park to Nipper Park

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Bryan Willing puts the finishing touches on Cinderella’s carriage in Nipper Park at Glascock’s Landing. | Photo courtesy of Hannibal Parks and Recreation

HANNIBAL, Mo. — Hannibal Parks and Recreation has moved many Christmas light displays this year from Central Park to Nipper Park on Glascock’s Landing.

In a press release, Mary Lynne Richards, recreation supervisor for Hannibal Parks and Recreation, said, “We were requested to display lights at the newly renovated riverfront. We think the decorations will boost the holiday spirit as spectators can drive or walk by to see them.”

Hannibal Parks and Recreation officials installed the riverboat at Cardiff Hill Overlook along with approximately 80 wreaths in downtown Hannibal and several snowmen on Main Street.

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