Kayla Grace McCall, 3 1/2, of Trussville picks blackberries on Saturday at Petals From the Past's annual Black and Blue Berry Festival. Hundreds of locals and visitors attended Petals From the Past’s annual Black and Blue Berry Festival on Saturday to pick their own berries, feed farm animals, take tractor rides, learn about gardening and enjoy desserts made from the featured fruits.
Kayla Grace McCall, 3 1/2, of Trussville picks blackberries on Saturday at Petals From the Past's annual Black and Blue Berry Festival. Hundreds of locals and visitors attended Petals From the Past’s annual Black and Blue Berry Festival on Saturday to pick their own berries, feed farm animals, take tractor rides, learn about gardening and enjoy desserts made from the featured fruits.

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PHOTO GALLERY: Black and Blue Berry Festival

Published 8:02am Sunday, June 9, 2013

Hundreds of locals and visitors attended Petals From the Past’s annual Black and Blue Berry Festival on Saturday to pick their own berries, feed farm animals, take tractor rides, learn about gardening and enjoy desserts made from the featured fruits.

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