Charleston Area Farmers Markets

Dated: July 9 2015

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Charleston Farmers Market

The Charleston Farmers Market  is located in Marion Square at the heart of historic downtown Charleston, SC,.  Hours of operation are Saturday, from April through November, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. as well as Saturdays and Sundays during Holiday Magic in December. The CFM is dedicated to the support and advocacy of Lowcountry farmers, growers, prepared/packaged food, artisans, crafters and live performers. They offer a variety of local produce, plants, herbs and cut flowers as well as breakfast and lunch vendors, live entertainment and an assortment of juried arts and crafts from local artisans.  

Mount Pleasant Farmers Market

The Mount Pleasant Farmers Market is where our community meets to share in the vibrant array of locally grown and SC Certified produce and flowers. Stroll through the market to find a bounty of just-picked vegetables and fruits, stunning and fragrant flowers and local seafood plus fresh-cooked meals, baked and canned goods and locally produced snacks. Join us every Tuesday from April to September starting at 3:30 p.m.-7:00pm p.m. to mingle with neighbors and visitors alike while enjoying live music and family-friendly activities.  Free parking.

North Charleston Farmers Market (Park Circle Area)

The North Charleston Farmers Market is open every Thursday from May 21 through October 29 from 12:00 noon to 7:00 pm at Felix C Davis Community Center, 4800 Park Circle.   The Farmers Market offers its customers an easily accessible location with plenty of free parking. The City of North Charleston’s annual Farmers Market includes a number of local farmers and growers selling fresh local produce, fruits, and vegetables.  Local vendors are always on hand offering arts and crafts and other food products.

North Charleston Mixson Farmers Market (Park Circle Area)

The Mixson Farmers Market is open Saturdays with fresh, local produce, and partners with GrowFood Carolina. Drop by to pick up something delicious. Also at this location you'll find the quaint, general store style Mixson Market where you can enjoy gourmet coffee, artisanal sandwiches, craft beer and select wine as well as creative housewares and gifts, in addition to a flower shop, Básico Taqueria restaurant, and more!

Summerville Farmers Market

 The Summerville Farmers' Market is located in the First Citizens Bank parking lot behind Summerville Town Hall at 200 South Main Street. Free parking is available for shoppers in the Town Hall parking garage. Shop for fresh local produce, meats, seafood, baked goods and more! Open Saturdays 8:00am-1:00pm until December 20th. You can also enjoy live music in the Market Cafe from 10:00am- 1:00pm.

Get to know more about the Charleston Farmers Market by watching the video below from Episode 7 Harvest Eating with Chef Keith Snow on RFD-TV

There will also be three delicious recipes included which you can use when you pick up your fresh produce!  Enjoy!

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Dan Lorentz

About Dan Lorentz, ABR, CRS, Founder & Team Leader of Greater Charleston Properties: Founder and Team Leader of the Greater Charleston Properties Team, Dan Lorentz, has lived in the Charleston, SC ....

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