The mission of the KCFM is to provide
fresh, local, in-season South Carolina grown products to
consumers. By providing a central location for Kershaw
county and South Carolina growers and producers to connect
and market directly with consumers, citizens gain a local
alternative to corporate food production. The main objective
of the KCFM is to support existing, and encourage new, small
independent South Carolina growers and producers.
Additionally, it is the purpose of the KCFM to provide a
community gathering space for residents and visitors of
Here are a few helpful tips to get the most out of your trip to the farmers market.
Know Your Seasons: Learn what grows in
your area, when, and talk to the growers about what will
be coming to market in upcoming weeks. You can get a
complete list of produce availability here.
Plan out meals ahead of time: Since you
know what you're likely to find or in season at the
farmers market, you can do a bit of meal planning and
Bring Big Bags and Small Change: Make
sure to bring your own sturdy canvas or nylon bags.
Although vendors will make change, purchases will go
easier and faster if you have exact(or close to exact)
Work in volume: The best deals at the farmers market are
had when you buy in bulk. You'll enjoy the best flavors
and the best prices when you buy lots of whatever is at
its harvest peak. Freezing, canning and drying are just
some of the ways you can save seasonal tastes.
Get Advice: If you find a vegetable
that is new to you at the market and want to give it a
try, ask the farmer how to prepare it. For the best tips
specifically ask how they like to eat it. Source:
We are currently booking entertainment for the 2014 market season.
Please understand this is volunteer and we do not pay performers.
We are promoting a healthier lifestyle by making the Farmers
Market a smoke free environment. We hope our fans and
supporters will continue to enjoy shopping as we make the
market a safe and healthy place to connect with friends
Click here for the
exclusive song Jeff Clarke and Paul Hayes created for the KC
Farmers Market!! It is in mp3 format.
The Kershaw County Farmers Market is Growing! Come grow with us!
Connect with Us
What's Happening (all events are subject to change)
OPENING DAY 2014
East of West
WPUB Live Radio Remote
Jazz Festival w/ Camden Middle