We are proud to sponsor the town of Berry’s seventh annual “Berry Heritage Festival”. The festival is being held Friday, April 22, 2016 from 5:00 p.m. until - and April 23, 2016 from 8:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. The downtown area will be buzzing with activities including live entertainment, arts and crafts, a food court, a combined vintage car, tractor and motorcycle “Cruise In” and a FREE kid’s area. The festival will be centered around Berry Heritage Park. The park has beautiful magnolia trees along a curved walking trail and provides an excellent setting to enjoy the food and festivities to be had by all on a beautiful spring weekend. Bring your lawn chair and be prepared to have a good time.
Berry is located in Fayette County-‐north of Tuscaloosa and northwest of Birmingham.
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If you could ask yourself, “Why should I visit Berry? As mayor I might offer a few excellent reasons. Berry is a lovely quiet town. Incorporated in 1883, it is located 35 miles north of Tuscaloosa and 30 miles southwest of Jasper.
Berry spotlights a lovely civic center and walking trail in the center of town that is enjoyed by all. Our school system is one of the best in the state. Our residents have great civic pride and an enduring spirit for keeping our community first and foremost the best place to live in Alabama.
We have a “Heritage Brick Project” underway at our downtown park in which we will be placing commemorative bricks at our pavilion. We are also in the midst of our downtown revitalization project.
Each year we showcase our lovely town with the “Berry Heritage Festival” in April. We invite everyone to join us in a weekend of fun and fellowship.
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--Mayor Jimmy Madison