Freshfields’ Farmers and Art Market Offers Fresh, Local Produce and More
Live Entertainment Throughout the Month of July; Pirate-Themed Childrens’ Activities July 12
Johns Island, SC—Freshfields Village welcomes all ages to the Farmers and Art Market every Monday from 4 - 8 p.m. at the crossroads of Kiawah, Seabrook and Johns Island sponsored by the Town of Kiawah.
Local tomatoes, squash, cucumbers, green beans, basil, chives, saga and rosemary from our neighborhood farmers picked fresh daily. Pottery and various Lowcountry crafts will be available for purchase, and sweetgrass basket weavers will be on hand to demonstrate their art form. There will also be vendors selling local honey and gourmet specialty foods.
Enjoy the local musical performances while attending the market:
July 12: A local blue musician, Brad Henty performs a range of music styles for the whole family. Henty has mastered a unique cross between blue and country music. Check Henty’s website: http://bradhenty.com·
Come and participate in our Pirates Area of the market. Children may sign the pirates code and join the pirates crew. Crafts and activities will introduce the pirate’s way of life provided by the Charleston Museum.
Freshfields Village is located between Kiawah and Seabrook Islands. The market begins at 4pm; however, come early and experience the locally owned shops, restaurants that are unique to the Village. Visit our website at www.freshfieldsvillage.com or join our face book page at www.facebook.com/freshfieldsvillage.