FM Week 2 – April 4

FM Week 2 – April 4


It’s Easter weekend, and the weather looks Spring-like! Check out the activities and lineup:


8:00 Opening bell

8:00 — 12:00 Cooking Demo/Kid’s Activity: “Kids in the Kitchen” with the Junior League of Spartanburg

8:00 — 12:00 Kid’s Activities: Easter themed crafts

9:00 — 11:00 Music: Walkout Records on the HCFM Stage with Hans Rosser, Holly B, and Louis Wade Hughes

9:00 — 11:00 Cooking Demo: Chef Season Stepp cooks local and seasonal



Bells Blossoms and Blooms: Flowers and potted plants

Blue Moon: Pimento cheese, sauces, dips, and more

Blueberry Hill Yarn and Handspun: Suri alpaca yarn and more

Cakehead Bakeshop: biscuits, pies, and other baked goods

Deer Valley: rainbow trout, swiss chard, lettuce, spinach, mushrooms, pak choi, brussel sprout leaves

Emily Brock Arts: paintings, sketches, plus homemade aprons, and other craft items

Essential Coconut: natural nutritional skincare

Garden Delights: cool-season plants, including varieties of heirloom kale, chard, lettuces, cauliflower, broccoli, arugula

Happy Wife, Happy Life: hand-crafted candies and confectionery treats

Harp and Shamrock: vegetable plants, cilantro, chives, spring onions, kale, radishes, lettuce

Health in Hand: cold-pressed juices, power protein snacks

Hidden Hill Gardens: heirloom tomato plants, bee pollinator plants, basil, sage, and rosemary

Inglenook Soaps: craft soaps and other craft items

Joanne’s Camp Cafe: gluten-free and paleo breads and baked goods

Limestone Farms: eggs and more

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

Naked Pasta: fresh pastas, ravioli, sauces, and more

Nancy Gems: natural gemstone jewelry

Nellie T’s: gourmet pimento cheese

Old Path Farms: grassfed ground beef, pastured breakfast sausage and bratwurst, Jerusalem artichokes, and craft items

Palmetto Pickup Wines: local wines

Puddin Acres: fantastic pottery

Reece Farm: kale, mustard greens, turnip greens, and other greens

Thicketty Mountain Farms: pork, eggs, beef, chicken, kale, and carrots

Those Pickle Ladies: local pickles in several varieties

HCFM Urban Farm: collards


Bold indicates a new vendor for 2015!



We can’t wait to see you at Northside Harvest Park, 498 Howard Street. The market is open from 8-12.

Remember, we issue tokens for credit/debit cards, and offer a SNAP-matching program.


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