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A look at the Alabama Butterbean Festival 2012

Thousands of people from all over Alabama showed up at the 2012 Alabama Butterbean Festival in Pinson, Friday and Saturday.

The state-wide festival, put on by the Clay-Pinson Chamber of Commerce, offers arts and crafts, an antique car show, live music, carnival rides, a petting zoo and much more.

Thousands walked the streets in downtown Pinson, enjoying the many vendors at the festival.

Kids enjoyed the inflatable slide and other various carnival rides, while parents watched.

ABBF’s antique car show is one of its most popular traditions.

Apparently, the grass really is greener on the other side.
A goat from the petting zoo eats from “the other side” of the fence.

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