Don’t miss the 2018 Mauldin Farmers Market, sponsored by Bon Secours St. Francis Health System! The Market will run Tuesdays, June 5 to August 28, 5-8 p.m. at the Mauldin Cultural Center’s outdoor amphitheater.
The Mauldin Farmers Market features a variety of vendors from around the Upstate selling locally sourced and produced items including produce, dairy, eggs, honey, gifts, clothing, accessories, treats, pastries, and more! Most vendors accept cash and/or credit cards. For a complete list of vendors, visit mauldinculturalcenter.org/mauldin-market
The Mauldin Farmers Market will also feature live music, food trucks, beer and beverages by Growler Haus – Fountain Inn, and fun and healthy activities such as small-group fitness, health screenings and cooking demos.
THIS WEEK’S BAND: The Paper Crowns
The Paper Crowns are the multi-instrument, genre crossing power duo of Spiro and Nicole Nicolopoulos. They are earning their reputation as the genuine article and as a band on the cutting edge of modern roots music. Their musical chemistry is a gumbo of Appalachian folk and bluegrass, Dixieland melodies, delta blues, acid rock, murder ballads, outlaw country and Southern Gospel that they cook up into a sound all their own. As a duo they have a full band sound with drums, bass, acoustic and electric guitars and banjo as well as live looping on the spot compositions. Their mix of modern and traditional performance creates a captivating intensity yet always honors their intimacy and emotional rawness as a duo.
THIS WEEK’S FOOD TRUCK: Free Bird Concessions,LLC
A few notes to make your visit a smooth one:
• Parking, entry and live music are FREE.
• Lawn chairs and/or blankets are welcome.
• Outside food and beverages are prohibited.
• Food and beverage vendors will be on-site.
• Dogs are allowed on leash. Please carry disposable bags to pick up any pet droppings.
• Smoking, skateboards and bicycles are not allowed at the Mauldin Farmers Market.
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