Shopping! Santa! Food Trucks! Fun!
The Travelers Rest Farmers Market presents the 3rd annual Very Merry Local Christmas market December 10th from 1:00 p.m. –5:00 p.m. at Trailblazer Park in Travelers Rest. Bows of evergreen drip from the eves, steaming hot cider warms mittened-hand, carols carry in the brisk air, soft wool encircles a whirring spinning wheel, and once again you will be reminded of the timeless rhythm of the season. Be transported to an era when Christmas was crafted and curated by the hands of friends and neighbors. Familiar faces dotting the market stalls this year will include bakers, blacksmiths, quilters, potters, jewelers, print makers, food purveyors, and many others. Make sure to bring the little ones along as Santa will be making an appearance from 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Prolong the festivities with hot cocoa, hot cider, and delicious food truck fare. Gift wrapping will be available to package up any gift parcels and build-your-own local gift baskets will be available while supplies last.
Who: Travelers Rest Farmers Market
What: Very Merry Local Christmas Market
When: December 10th, 2016; 1pm-5pm
Where: Trailblazer Park, 115 Wilhelm Winter Street,
Travelers Rest, South Carolina 29690
Coastal Crust, Streatery, Chill Wagon, Resident Dogs, Creasman Farms Hot Cider, and Lazy Farmer’s Potpies
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