This page contains news, event information, and other items added by the market managers.
“Thanks to all who make this possible!!” ~
DM, Greenville SC
“I’m really happy with everything I received. How juicy and tasty
I’m so thankful for reliable growers and market.” ~ MC, Greenville SC
New Farmer's Market Tomorrow
Dear Clemson Locally Grown Members, I would like to share some news with you about a wonderful Farmer’s Market that we and some of your favorite growers (like Hurricane Creek) are involved in. It happens every Tuesday evening from now until August 27th, and promises lots of fun and entertainment for you and your family in the evening hours. Please read below for all the details from Diana Vossbrinck. and remember that you can still order on CLG to pick up at the market below: ~ Donna
Dear Friends & AAFFA Members,
Many thanks to all of you who came out to the AAFFA Farmers Market season opener to dine, dance, play, and shop for farm-fresh-home-baked-hand-crafted goodies and treasure! We had such a FABULOUS time last Tuesday, we thought we’d treat you to a repeat performance this week!
AAFFA Farmers Market
Tuesdays 5-8 pm, June – August
402 North Murray Avenue at Tribble Street
Hosted by the ANDERSON AREA FARM & FOOD ASSOCIATION
There will be new vendors, and new crops coming into season … we are already hearing rumors about mushrooms and blackberries!
The patio will be open for dining, and this week’s featured restaurant will be Summa Joe’s! Joe will be joining our weekly regular, Grits & Groceries, serving up delicious meals to enjoy on our patio.
There is always live music, and this week we’ll be enjoying the sounds of local favorite, Sam Anderson!
Big news this week … The debut of the 2013 Market Chef competition!! Kicking off this year’s showdown will be chefs Troy Compton of McGee’s Irish Pub, taking on last year’s champion, Heidi Trull of Grits & Groceries. The ‘secret’ ingredient is always what can be found fresh from market vendors, but new rules promise a thrilling season of competition! Remember, you can taste and judge for just $2, but tickets are limited, so visit the AAFFA table early to purchase yours!
While you are there, pick up or re-new your annual AAFFA membership … it is your support that makes this all possible!
See you tomorrow!
Anderson Area Farm & Food Association, vice-chair
AAFFA Farmers Market, manager