NEW ALBANY, Ind. (WDRB) -- Over-the-top floats, vintage cars and music took over New Albany Saturday with The Harvest Homecoming Parade, kicking off weeks of fun.

For the next two weeks, the family festival will host pageants, contests and concerts.

Thousands usually come out to see what it's all about.

"I like seeing all the people come and go. It's fun and they make us smile all the time," Haley Trauth said.

This weekend, you can see a number of vendors, sample food, and take in the sights in downtown New Albany.

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