News

Calling ALL locals come out to the market today!

The Mount Pleasant Farmers Market will be open with many of us vendors in attendance.

Hope to see you there!!

Pay no mind to the approaching storm named Alberto- come stock up on cheese before it arrives!

Pay no mind to Subtropical Storm Alberto, First Storm of 2018 Atlantic Hurricane Season

 
Saturday:
Charleston Farmers Market
Time: 8am – 2pm
Dates: Open -> November
Location: Marion Square - 329 Meeting Street
 
Columbia Soda City Farmer's Market
Time: 9am – 1pm
Dates: Year round
Location: in the 1500 block of Main Street
 
Forsyth Farmers Market
Time: 9am – 1pm
Dates: Year round
Location: South end Forsyth Park Savannah Georgia
 
Port Royal Farmers Market
Time: 9am – 12pm
Dates: Year round
Location: Ribaut Rd, Port Royal, SC 29935
Summerville Farmers' Market
Time: 8am - 1pm
Dates: Open -> November 24th
Location: First Citizens Bank parking lot behind Summerville Town Hall at 200 South Main Street.
Sunday:
 
Sunday Brunch Farmers Market
Time: 11:00am – 3:00pm
Dates: Year round
Location: 1977 Maybank Highway - Behind the Pour House

This week find us at:

 

Join us this week at the farmers markets

 

Tuesday:

Mount Pleasant Farmers Market: from 3:30 – 7pm

Location: We are right in front and center under the pavilion

 

Wednesday:

West Ashley Farmers Market: from 3pm - 7pm

Location: Ackerman Park - Sycamore Ave

 

Thursday:

Sullivan’s Island Farmers Market: from 2:30 – 7pm

Location: 1921 I’On Avenue (in front of Poe Library)

Bluffton Farmers Market: Apologies, we will not be in attendance this week

 

Saturday:

Charleston Farmers Market:  from 8 – 2pm

Johns Island Home Grown Farmers Market:  from 9 - 1pm

Summerville Farmers Market: from 8 – 1pm

Forsyth Farmers Market: from 9 – 1pm

Columbia “Soda City” Farmers Market: from 9 – 1 pm

Port Royal Farmers Market: from 9 – 12 pm

 

 

Sunday:

Sunday Brunch Farmers Market: from 11 - 3 pm

Trappist Cheese

 

Trappist Charleston Cheesehoise

Trappist- or monastery-style cheeses are made around the world and include Saint-Paulin and Port-Salut, Pere Joseph from Belgium, Oka from Montreal, Riddler from Norway and now Charleston, SC.

Trappist-style cheeses are mild and palate-pleasing, creamy and butter-like, yet firm enough for slicing.