Due to the COVID global pandemic, the world was put on hold in 2020 and that included big plans in the USA and the UK for celebrations and ceremonies commemorating the 400th Landing of the Mayflower Pilgrims on November 11, 1620. Some events were converted to virtual ones online as possible. Otherwise this year, some events at Plymouth, Massachusetts were finally realized.
Here is a link to the Plymouth 400th Celebration on Oct 5, 2021, at the Waterfront. Included are a diversity of cultures, a Wampanoag descendent giving prayers in the Wampanoag language, other indigenous leaders, a reenactment of the Landing, and a roll call of those arriving on the Mayflower and honoring those who died in the first year. Dr. Paul Jehle of American Pilgrimage 400 hosts the proceedings.