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The KC Farmers hosts vendor open house for the 2016 market season
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The Kershaw County Farmers Market will kick off its 11th market season in Camden on April 9. The market will be held at 222 Broad St. Camden at the Historic Camden Revolutionary War Park.

In order to have another successful season of serving farm fresh vegetables, meats, dairy, baked goods, local honey, soaps, flowers, plants and many other local items the Kershaw County Farmer’s Market is opening up the opportunity for local vendors to sell at the market.

Interested vendors are encouraged to attend a vendor open house Tuesday, 6 p.m. at the Extension Homemakers Building at 634 West DeKalb Street, Camden. Light refreshments will be served, and the market specifics will be discussed. Prospective vendors will be able to fill out an application and ask questions of current Farmers Market Alumni.

"The farmers market found a new home last year at Historic Camden it has turned out to be a tremendous success for our farmers and vendors. For the 2016 season all of our vendors are returning this season and we have had healthy interest from potential new vendors. We are really looking forward to expanding and having more variety for the residents of Kershaw County." Kershaw County Farmers Market Board President and owner of Camden City Market Craig Bell said.

The Kershaw County Farmer’s Market 2016 season opens on Saturday, April 9 and runs every Saturday through Nov. 19 from 8 a.m. to Noon.

Make sure to connect to The Kershaw County Farmers Market on Facebook.

The farmer's market forward to seeing those interested at the open house on March 8 and opening day on April 9. Delete - Merge Upbodycopy

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, healthier alternative to corporate food production. Learn more about us at