YUMA, Ariz. - The Peanut Patch celebrates their 40th anniversary this weekend.
The quaint country store had sat in the same spot between avenue 4-E and Avenue 5-E since 1977.
Jerry and Franny Didier were homesteaders in Yuma in the late 40s.
"Jerry was growing his own peanuts and he decided he wanted to sell them so he opened this little store," current co-owner Donna George said.
George and her husband bought the peanut patch in 1997.
This weekend Donna and her husband invite the Yuma community to come celebrate the 40-year-old business.
On Saturday there will be a car club at the patch. For the kids, Santa Claus will be there from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Food venders will also be there and a local radio station.
"We're going to have the Jelly Belly wheel where you can spin the wheel and either get to taste some jelly beans or maybe get a prize," George said.