Central Valley, culture, events

Tracy’s Bean Fest


Sweet bean pies —made by Alfred Raoof of Santa Clara, from a recipe he had from West Virginia— are sold at the Tracy Dry Bean Festival on Saturday, September 11, 2010.

Emma Sawin and Gianna Lopez, both 3 years old, interact with two-week-old Molly Snow before their Bumblebee Boogie performance as part of Triple Threat Performing Arts.

Chris Andrews playing the Marshall in the Wild West Theatrical Troupe displays a replica of a 1873 Colt used during the cowboy golden era.

Girls from the Tracy High Dance Team perform on Saturday afternoon, one of dozens of artistic numbers presented during the two days of festivities.

Donna Hunt, of Mountain House, shows her grandson Hayden Stone, 4, of Tracy, the different kinds of beans displayed.

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