Seward holds 4th annual Christmas Festival

Posted By: Megan Conway

mconway@klkntv.com

With the turkey now digested, it was all about Christmas in Seward Saturday. They held their 4th annual Christmas Festival. It included a gingerbread house competition, a winter wonderland and a place to visit Santa or drop off your letter to him.

The most anticipated attraction of the day was the Christmas parade. People started claiming spots to sit and watch an hour and a half before it started.

“A hundred excited,” says 5-year-old Addison Roorda.

“Especially all the lights at night, it gets really pretty,” says 9-year-old Kaylie Nelson.

“Really, really, really excited,” says 7-year-old Trevor Nelson.

The Christmas cheer will continue with Santa being in the town square for visits starting December 3rd. Then Rudolph’s red nose 5k run on December 6th.