Homegrown Holiday Bazaar Encourages You to Shop Local this Holiday Season

Johns Island, SC [November 7, 2017] – The fourth annual Homegrown Holiday Bazaar will be held Saturday, December 2, 2017 from 10:00am-4:00pm at Johns Island County Park, 2662 Mullet Hall Road Johns Island, SC 29455 (site of Charleston County Parks & Recreation’s Mullet Hall Equestrian Center). The event will serve as the farmers market for that day and is brought to you by the Johns Island Farmers Market and Sea Islands Chamber of Commerce.

 

There will be over 100 vendors and farmers, just in time to get holiday shopping done from local businesses in support of your local economy. The Holiday Carriage & Hay Rides, Antique Tractor Show, Native Horse Meet & Greets, Pony Rides, and Santa & Mrs. Claus visits in Santa Land are sure to bring holiday cheer to all who visit! Many local food trucks will be on site along with warm drinks, local craft beer, and wine. The V-Tones of Charleston will tantalize us with festive tunes from 10am – 1pm, and members of Sol Driven Train will liven up the Holiday Bazaar from 1pm – 4pm. There will be tons of fun activities for all ages including several seasonal-themed games, crafts, cookie decorating, ornament making, hula-hooping, and bounce houses. Be sure to bid on the many silent auction items to support the operations of both hosting organizations. The Homegrown Holiday Bazaar is your one-stop shop for all things LOCAL & FESTIVE!

 

Admission is free and there is plenty of free parking on site.

 

There are a few vendor spaces still available, and applications will be accepted until November 22nd. Donations for the silent auction are still being accepted and are greatly appreciated. (visit www.seaislandschamber.org/holiday-bazaar for details.)
This event would not be possible without the sponsorship support of local businesses such as Berkeley Electric, The Ladson Mills Agency, Art of Health Chiropractic, McDonald’s, Palmetto, Charleston Collegiate School, Johns Island Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center, Kiawah Cares, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices, Crowne at Live Oak Square, ERA Wilder, and O2 Fitness. To find out more about the Homegrown Holiday Bazaar, call Karen at 843-793-1234, Frasier at 843-830-0886, or visit www.seaislandschamber.org/holiday-bazaar.
About Johns Island Farmers Market
The Lowcountry’s first and only year-round farmers market opened in January 2014 and offers Johns Island residents and beyond the chance to purchase goods from over 50 local farmers and vendors. The Market offers items such as bread, cheese, milk, chicken, beef, pork, seafood, coffee, olive oil, spices, baked goods and even crafts. It’s eat, play, and live local philosophy is built on sustainability and community education. The Johns Island Farmers Market is open every Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m on the campus of Charleston Collegiate School. JohnsIslandFarmersMarket.com
About Sea Islands Chamber of Commerce
The Sea Islands Chamber of Commerce is a private, non-profit, membership-driven organization comprised of business enterprises, civic organizations, education institutions and individuals. Its mission is to provide leadership to support regional economic prosperity and success for its members in the Sea Islands Area (James Island, Johns Island, Kiawah Island, Seabrook Island and Wadmalaw Island.) SeaIslandsChamber.org
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