Join us for another fun market with local produce from farmers like Common Ground Farm, Dark Corner Mushrooms, Feather Creek Farmstead, Lockwood Micro Farm, Toe Beans Farm & Gardens and Twisted Roots Homestead!
We have over 25 local artisans, candles, skincare, art, jewelry, and MORE!
Find us at the Kid’s Market where your kiddos can get their face painted, earn a $5 token to spend on produce, and play fun outside games!
Need dinner? We have you covered with Done in Smoke BBQ, Roasted Corn, and refreshing Italian Ice from Sunset Slush of TR for dessert.
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Don’t forget to stop by Slater Marietta Farmers Market TODAY from 4-7pm.
We have will have Sunset Slush of TR, boiled peanuts, and popcorn! (Unfortunately, our food truck had to cancel – we have a Mexican restaurant, Monte Alban, and Angie’s Skillet within a few minutes of the Market!)
Our newest vendor [Gluten Free GVL GAL] will be making their debut, also!
One of our new vendors this year is Cynthia Cox and her husband, Chris – the owners of CC’s Intuitive Creations! Cynthia is an accountant by day, the mom of two lovely daughters, and a proud grandmother!
No stranger to the upstate, she grew up in Anderson, lived in Walhalla for a while, and then moved to Easley. She loved the small town of Walhalla and the “family” feel of the residents of a small community.
At first, it was just a hobby – creating wood rounds for family and friends. Then others started seeing her work and wanted to place orders. Cynthia added wreaths, starting with just grapevines and some pine at Christmas, then she branched into deco mesh, rail boards, swags, etc. She decided to attend a few craft fairs and make some extra money doing something she truly enjoys… now her calendar is full of events, and she is so excited to make new things and meet new people.
Cynthia and her husband are excited to meet new people and vendors. She can’t wait for the local residents of Slater-Marietta to see her creations hopes you love them and want to hang them on your door for the world to see.
She creates handmade wreaths, grapevine, pine, déco mesh, rail board, swags, etc. She also has hand paint and decorate wood rounds. She has made some table centerpieces, mantle décor, and decorated lanterns. She will also offer some small gift sets like a decorated treat jar with candy, a stuffed animal with some candy, things that people can pick up and take for birthdays, mother’s day, co-worker treats, etc.
We hope her booth catches your eye because of the beautiful things inside. Cynthia’s passion is to create a lovely little boutique feel and make your experience enjoyable.
Stop by and see Cynthia at CC’s Intuitive Creations at the next market: Friday, June 24th!
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Candace, the founder of Toe Beans Farm and Gardens, has been an outdoors girl and animal lover her entire life. Even at a very young age, she was always bringing home every stray in her neighborhood!
She grew up volunteering at her hometown animal hospital starting in the 9th grade – and was even featured in the local newspaper and TV show. She graduated from Clemson University with an Animal Science degree and later a Master’s degree in Agriculture and Wildlife Biology.
Her experiences are vast and varied! She and her husband ran a Feed and Seed store in Varnville SC. They also started the very first animal shelter in Hampton County with town volunteers (which is still in operation today!) Happy Cat Rescue was a 501-C3 cat rescue that she ran with her daughter for 10 years. She even starred in her own TV show on FOX Carolina called “All Things Outdoors” in the early 2000s.
After raising her two children, she decided to chase the dream of owning her own farm and bought a place in Travelers Rest in 2016.
Ran by three generations of women (her mother, herself, and her daughter) along with friends and neighbors, Toe Beans Farm and Gardens was born. The curious name Toe Beans is from her background as an animal rescuer. In case you didn’t know, “toe beans” is an affectionate way to describe a cat’s footpads!
Toe Beans Farm and Gardens grow produce, herbs, and flowers. They also have an egg license and sell cage-free eggs. Along with raising registered Nigerian Dwarf goats, they have a small honeybee hive component which will be expanding in the near future.
“Our love for this community and its people is what makes the Slater Marietta Farmer’s Market a joy to participate in during the growing season,” says Candace. A customer favorite is the fresh dinner kits sold at the market featuring fresh food ingredients from their farm along with a recipe to cook a meal or side dish. They try to keep our prices as low as possible so everyone can benefit from fresh, local produce and eggs.
Don’t forget to stop by their table this season and find a new recipe to try, or pick up some delicious eggs!
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Too Busy Bs was started by Sandy Bailey and Pam Baker, both retired GSC Media Specialists. Sandy, who lives in Travelers Rest, was the librarian at Heritage Elementary and then Northwest Middle school for 19 years. Consequently, she knows many students from the Slater-Marietta and Travelers Rest area. Pam, who lives in Simpsonville, spent several years bringing her sons to Travelers Rest for Boy Scout meetings.
Sandy specializes in creating with fabrics making quilts and other useable quilted items, as well as longarm quilting. Right now, her passion is making pincushions using vintage linens, tatting, lace, and buttons. Pam is very experienced in quilting with machine embroidery, free-standing lace, and creating usable gifts and items “in the hoop.”
Message from the Two Busy B’s:
We hope you will come check us out and find that unique gift for yourself, a friend, or family member. We are so happy to be included in the Slater-Marietta Farmers Market!
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Spring weather is returning soon – along with fresh produce, longer daylight, and more opportunities to meet with friends! Andddddd….only 8 more weeks until our first Market – May 13th!
Please make plans to join us on the 2nd and 4th Fridays from May through October. The Market will return to Jimi Turner Field and we will have some new and familiar vendors ready to serve our community!
Hello 2022! We are excited for you! We decided to change “Community” to “Farmers” to communicate the heart of our mission – although, Community is weaved through everything we do!!
We held our first Farmers Market meeting via Zoom on Tuesday, 1/18. Thank you to the community members that joined us and added to the valuable conversation!
A few decisions are still being made – and we can’t wait to announce our 2022 schedule and vendors.
We will hold another Market Meeting on Tuesday, 1/25 at Foothills Family Resources on Main St in Slater. Please make plans to join us to learn about how YOU can help us make this season even better than last!
There are various volunteer opportunities available – please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire.
Hope your January has been full of new adventures and health! Can’t wait to share more 🙂
It’s a new year and we are gearing up for our second season!
There is a lot of *newness* coming and we can’t wait to share it all with you! 🙂
As we prepare for this season, we are getting together our list of interested vendors! If this is you (even if you were a 2021 vendor!) please fill out the interest form google doc: 2022 Vendor Interest Form
Don’t forget about our Market Meeting on 1/18 at 7 pm @ Slater Hall Community Center – we would love public input and volunteers to have an even better market season!
May will be here before you know it – don’t forget to subscribe so you get all the latest news. Have a great week!
Thank you SO much for your support during our First Ever 2021 Slater Marietta Market Season!! We had a wonderful turnout, amazing vendors, and a successful start – what we hope – will be something that serves our community in the future!
If you are interested in being on the Market Committee, providing feedback, volunteering, or becoming a Market vendor, then PLEASE make plans to attend our kick-off meeting for the 2022 Season.
TUESDAY, JANUARY 18th @ 7pm – Slater Hall Community Center
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It’s hard to believe that our first year as a Community Market has already come and gone! We had so many people come support our local vendors – and we could not be more proud of everyone’s hard work!
We had SO MANY amazing vendors and community volunteers during our market nights. We will be posting more information on our vendors and will be asking for community input in the near future.
MARK YOUR CALENDARS for our HOLIDAY MARKET!
Saturday, November 13th from 10am-2pm @ Slater Hall!
We are still taking applications for vendors until next Monday, Nov 18th! (see the “Holiday Market” tab for more info – visit the google form: https://forms.gle/wrbbjaYuaxFPbMEZ8
Give-Away Tree tickets! We have a 3 foot tree filled with gift cards and cash that will be given away – tickets are $5 or 5/$20 and can be bought in advance *proceeds from donations will go to families in need within our community
There will be gift vendors, food, children’s activities, and a fun atmosphere! Invite a friend or two!
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We are excited to introduce you to one of our vendors: Freedom Valley Farms!
The dynamic duo, Tara and Rachel, run an amazing horse farm off of Dacusville Highway. They offer several different services, including pony rides, carriage services, summer camps, horse training, birthday parties, and more.
Both of these ladies grew up around the Marietta and River Falls area; always riding horses and volunteering at the local Camp Awanita. They love this community and are excited to be a part of the market.
For May, they will be offering pony rides and a carriage tour around Slater Marietta. Tara and Rachel invite you to look at their Facebook page or visit their website at https://www.fvfarms.org/.
Come see them at our Market! Only a few more days away!