April 15, 2021

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Spring food, farmers’ current market, art and tradition situations in Spartanburg SC

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Good day, viewers! I’m Samantha Swann, education and food reporter for the Herald-Journal. Welcome to The Cultural Report, your source for what is new in food items, art and culture in and all over Spartanburg County. 

This new column will offer a record of entertainment alternatives on the initially and third Thursdays of the month. 

April marks the begin of a number of recurring situations that you can expect to be capable to enjoy all year, highlighting the foods, artists, and makers of Spartanburg. Finest of all, they give possibilities to assist area small firms, fulfill new people and enjoy the lovely temperature forecasted for this weekend.  

Here is what you have to glance ahead to this spring in Spartanburg:

Farmers’ marketplaces are opening

Hub City Farmers’ Marketplace opens Saturday. The open up air marketplace, situated at Northside Harvest Park at 489 Howard St., will be open from 8 a.m.-12 p.m. on Saturdays by way of Dec. 11. Shoppers will be essential to use masks.

Hub Metropolis Farmers’ Market Associate Director and Current market Manager Heather Raines stated Skyland Farms, Harp & Shamrock Croft and Foothills Trout Co. will be amongst those collaborating this Saturday. The market, celebrating its 16th year, only includes distributors who are local producers, which signifies all the products and solutions for sale were manufactured by persons from Spartanburg communities.

“We’ll have all-around 30 vendors with every little thing from meat, cheese, dairy, and deliver to crafts,” Raines claimed.

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