Farmers’ Market September 9, 2017

It is starting to feel like fall at HCFM!

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Presents


8:00 — Opening Bell

8:00-12:00 Chiropractic screenings with Sherman College of Chiropractic.

8:00-12:00 Junior League of Spartanburg’s Kids in the Kitchen

9:00-11:00 Live music with The Breakaways on the Wade’s Community Stage

 

Vendors

Beechwood Farms: Seasonal Produce

Belue Farms: Grass-fed Angus beef, Peaches, Cucumbers, Non-GMO sweet corn, Savannah sweet onions,Tomatoes, Cantaloupe, peach wood, Milky Way Farm raw milk & Gouda cheese, Blue Ridge Brinery (formerly Traditional Fermentations) krauts & kimchi.

 Blue Ridge Creamery: a seasonal variety of small-batch artisanal cheeses with milk from pastured cows.
Charlene’s Garden: tomatoes, heirloom tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, eggplants and mini bell peppers.
Crescent Moon Farms: goat cheese, kefir, fudge and goat milk soap

Deer Valley: Chemical free tomatoes, eggplant, onions, summer squash, beans, swiss chard, cukes, collard greens and rainbow trout!

Great Harvest Bread Co. : Handcrafted made from scratch breads and sweets.

Happy Wife, Happy Life: Jams, Jellies and baked goods

Harp and Shamrock Croft: carrots, eggs, cherry tomatoes, roma tomatoes, eggplant,bell peppers, hot peppers, banana peppers, okra, cucumbers, butternut squash, goat milk soap

Hen House Brunch: Baked goods and sandwiches

Hughey Farms: Peaches

Jackson Farms II: A large selection of seasonal produce.

Little River Coffee Bar: Fresh roasted coffee, iced coffee, whole bean and ground bulk coffee

Oak Creek Naturals: bath and body products

Old Path Farms: Ground beef,  sausage, ground pork, eggs

Produce 365 Microgreens: Microgreens

Puddin’ Acres: handmade functional pottery

Reece Farm: fresh seasonal produce

Sea Eagle Market: fresh SC seafood

Strawberry Hill: peaches

Those Pickle Ladies: Several varieties of Fire and Ice pickles

Tyger River Smart Farm: Hydroponic lettuce and greens

 

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