The local vendors of the Charleston Farmers Market were hit very hard. Not only did everyone lose an entire day of business, but many of our farmers lost their entire fall harvest and/or property/equipment. Some are still unable to return due to the devastating effects. It is possible some farmers will have to move in order to recover and that is why we must all support local businesses more than ever. We must understand the impact of buying local verses sending your dollar over seas. Visit with us in Marion Square on Saturdays now until the end of November, then Sat. & Sun. in December for Holiday Market. Join us and show your support. You are sure to have a great time! - CFM Manager
The Charleston Farmers Market will have their final Holiday Markets in Marion Square this Saturday & Sunday until they return on April 4, 2015. Get your farmers' market fix this weekend and get all of your holiday shopping done! Open 9am-4pm this Saturday & Sunday as we say goodbye for the year. Visit with Santa & Mrs. Claus and enjoy Chanukah in the Square following the market on Sunday, December 21st from 4-6pm. All events are family-friendly & free to attend. Follow the Charleston Farmers Market on Instagram/Twitter: @charlestonfarms
The Charleston Farmers Market will have their final Holiday Markets this Saturday (12/20) & Sunday (12/21) from 9am-4pm in Marion Square. Chanukah in the Square will follow on Sunday from 4-6pm and all events are family-friendly and free to attend! Happy Holidays!!!
Don't forget about the Charleston Farmers Market in Marion Square with fresh local produce, amazing locally prepared cuisine, arts and crafts, live music, pony rides, jump castles and a special event tomorrow which will be the Centennial Military Muster at 8am where we will fire a cannon 3 times. No need to be alarmed. They will be blank shots. Open 8am-2pm! We would love to see everyone in costume!
Thank you, Thank you & Thank you! I have never been so disgusted with the customer service at a grocery store as I have after my last few experiences at the Harris Teeter on East Bay and Bi-Lo on Meeting Streets (#missthepig). The family that owns the Veggie Bin are some of the nicest people you will ever meet and I am so happy to hear that my wonderful experiences have not come to an end!
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