By: Lauren Fabrizilfabrizi@klkntv.com
People are getting into the holiday spirit in Seward this weekend.
The town kicked off the holiday season with its third annual Lighted Christmas Parade.
It featured brightly decorated floats from nearly 40 different businesses, churches and other organizations across town. Of course, Santa was there in full force.
More than 1,000 people lined up on Seward Street to watch.
"It was really fun," JoAn Sampson said. "I can't believe how many floats were there."
"It was cool to see everyone come together and put together a nice parade for the town," Gemma Sedvers added.
"Add to the community and the quality of life, and just help families build a tradition," Charles Lieske of the Seward Area Chamber of Commerce said.
The holiday festivities will continue in Seward with its Indoor Winter Wonderland, running now until Christmas Eve. For more information, click here.