Dec 22, 2013 1:16 AM by Olivia DeGennaro, KSBY News
People celebrated the holiday season in San Miguel on Saturday.
The day started off with a craft fair, a cupcake decorating contest and a chili cook-off.
The finale to al the events was San Miguel's annual Christmas Light Parade.
The electrical floats cruised down Mission Street not once, but twice Saturday evening.
Residents say this parade has a more "home town" feel than others on the Central Coast.
"You can just go pull up in the back of your pick-up truck and just kick back with some friends and some family and have a few warm cocoas and just enjoy the night air," Melanie Wells said.
Horses, jeeps, tractors and floats were all lit up to make their way down Mission Street.
Santa was even part of the parade, and children had one last chance to tell him what they want for Christmas.
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