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KC Farmers Market to get new home in Camden
Farmer market Rendering Web
The proposed new Kershaw County Farmers Market, to be located on Clyburn Street between Broad and Market streets in Camden, will feature a 130-foot-long by 52-foot-wide pavilion and community garden. - photo by Jeff Lewis
The Kershaw County Farmers Market (KCFM) will be moving again --for what is hoped to be the last time -- to a new permanent location in downtown Camden. In fact, if all goes as planned, the market will be ready for the 2018 season at its new home on Clyburn Street in Camden, according to KCFM President Craig Bell and a Place of Learning for Active Youth (PLAY) Foundation Chair Laurey Carpenter. The Farmers Market was originally located on city property adjacent to Commerce Alley and behind Community Bank in downtown Camden.