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As soon as I spotted this cool sign
at the Bluffton Farmer’s Market on a warm October afternoon in South Carolina,
I knew I had to capture it with my camera!
On a personal note, I brought a
dried cotton stalk bought at the market home with me to Pennsylvania, and
luckily it survived the airplane flight without getting crushed! Today it is in
a vase in my livingroom reminding me of Dixie, “the land of cotton.”
Fresh, locally grown vegetables,
fruits, flowers, plants and herbs abound at the Farmers Market of Bluffton, a
weekly community event where locals and tourists gather not only to buy
excellent produce but also to enjoy delicious food, listen to entertainment,
and relax with friends. Located in historic downtown Bluffton along Calhoun and
Lawrence Streets and through Carson Cottages, this family friendly market
showcases local growers, local food vendors, local entertainment, local
community causes and local information about the Bluffton area.
The outcome of a grassroots movement
that began in 2006, this vibrant market opened in 2008 at the Bluffton Oyster
Company Park on the May River and was managed by volunteers. Because of the
huge public response and its potential growth, the market moved to its present
location. The current site not only serves the public better but also promotes
downtown Bluffton merchants to tourists and locals alike.
The market, located in the Historic
Bluffton Arts District in Old Town Bluffton, has been an overwhelming success.
The Arts District features distinct galleries and offers an experience of
eclectic mix of art and artists located in South Carolina’s Lowcountry tucked
between Savannah, Georgia and Charleston, South Carolina.