Tag: Healthy eating

Farmers’ Market August 12, 2017

Happy National Farmer’s Market Week!   Presents 8:00 — Opening Bell 8:00-12:00 Kids activity with Junior League of Spartanburg’s “Kids in the Kitchen” 10:00-12:00 Kids activity with City of Spartanburg Mobile Play 8:00-12:00 Health screenings with Sherman College of Chiropractic. 10:00-12:00 Live music with Bill and Tad’s Excellent Duo on the Wade’s Community Stage. 8:00-12:00 Bearden-Josey Mobile…
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Farmers Market Week 37, December 5, 2015

Don’t forget our new winter hours! Sleep in then do your holiday shopping with us from 9am -12pm! Presents 9:00 — Opening Bell 9:00-12:00  Free kids activity at HCFM booth! 9:00-11:00 Enjoy a “New Southern Sound” with singer songwriters Hans Rosser & Louis Hughes 9:00-12:00 Food Saver raffle Vendors Amy Lynne’s: Granola, hand pies, blondies, toffee…
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Farmers’ Market week 36, November 28, 2015

It’s  Small Business Saturday! Shop local with us from 9am -12pm! Presents 9:00 — Opening Bell 9:00-12:00  Free kids activity with Junior League Kids in the Kitchen! 9:00-12:00 Food Saver raffle Vendors Baguette & Co:  Baguettes and pastries Belle’s Blossoms and Blooms: Fresh holiday wreaths and table center pieces. Blueberry Hill Yarn & Handspun: Yarn made…
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Farmers’ Market Week 34, November 14, 2015

The sun is back and so is fresh fall produce at the Hub City Farmers’ market! Come check it out! Presents 8:00 — Opening Bell 9:00-11:00 Music with Brianna Hamilton 8:00-12:00  Free kids activity at the HCFM booth! 8:00-12:00  Solarize South Carolina in our non-profit booth 8:00-12:00 Spartanburg Regional will be joining us! Vendors Baguette &…
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Colors of the Season

Great thoughts from our friends at Spartanburg Regional! Colors of the Season Mama always said to eat carrots “for your eyes.” Well, as usual, it seems that Mama was on the right track. Carotene, the pigment responsible for the beautiful orange color of carrots and many other fruits and vegetables, has been shown to delay…
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Bringing It Home – Again!

Fighting Obesity Starts at the Earliest Stages of Development Last year, we tested a series of classes we called “Bringing It Home.” The idea behind the classes was to teach parents how to use the market to feed themselves and their young children. I largely credit this idea to my wife, who has had our…
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