Come back to the way it used to be the last Saturday in October

This is a FREE family fun event that has proven for over 25 years to be fun for all ages.  Bring family and friends for a day full of handmade arts, crafts, great food, produce, plants, furniture, home decor, jewelry as well as free activities for the kids. There are demonstrations and exhibits for all ages.  Live music and performances continue all day on the main stage.  Be sure to visit our Johnston Mill Peanut Butter Museum.  The library will have an historic live presentation of Dr. George Washington Carver from Tuskegee University at 10am that you won’t want to miss.

For booth space, vendor applications, recipe contest information or general information please call (334) 344-0643 or (334) 344-9427.

On the last Saturday in October, the town of Brundidge pays tribute to the foodstuff that sustained it during the Great Depression and to the little nut that continues to provide a giant boost to the local economy with the annual Peanut Butter Festival harvest and heritage celebration.

Brundidge had two of the earliest peanut butter mills in the Southeast, the Johnston Peanut Butter Mill in the downtown area and the Louis-Anne Peanut Butter Company on the south edge of town. Both mills were at full production during the early 1930s and peanut butter was made continually in Brundidge until the 1960s.

The Peanut Butter Festival celebrates 28 years on October 26 this year and thousands are expected to pack the town for a day of old-fashioned fun.

The festival stage features popular popular local bands and performances.

The Peanut Butter Festival gets underway at the crack of dawn with the 5K Peanut Butter Run and continues until dark catches us with non-stop entertainment, the Peanut Butter Recipe Contest, the Peanut Butter Kids Contest, old-time demonstrations, games and contests, the construction of Alabama’s Largest PB&J Sandwich, exhibits, a George Washington Carver presentation, arts, crafts, food and everything peanut butter, the Nutter Butter Parade of nutty people and nutty things and a street dance under the stars.