Lake City Farmers Market

Vendors at the Lake City Farmers Market sell fruits, vegetables, plants, crafts and more.

LAKE CITY, S.C. – The Lake City Farmers Market reopened for a new season on May 9 at The Bean Market.

Stan McKenzie, the administrator for the market, said the Lake City Museum Board previously decided to shut the market down for this year but later reversed the decision.

The farmers market will be open from 1 to 6 p.m. every Thursday until December. Vendors will sell anything from fruits and vegetables to plants, crafts and local honey.

A plant swap will be featured at the farmers market on Thursday. McKenzie said people are asked to bring a flower with them to the farmers market, and they will be able to take home a different one.

“We will try to have an activity every Thursday to get people there,” McKenzie said.

There is a $20 yearly fee for people who are interested in serving as a vendor. Call The Bean Market at 843-374-1500 to sign up to be a vendor.

The Bean Market is at 111 Henry St. in Lake City.

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