Main Street Hartsville Newsletter – April 10, 2015

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Turnip for what? The first Hartsville Farmers Market is tomorrow!

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Coming soon to a Carolina Avenue near you: we are happy to announce a “sold out” show this Saturday, with over 40 great attractions for you to come out and enjoy, like Farm Bureau’s Ag Simulator. Sit inside it, and pretend like you are harvesting a soybean field on a combine in South Carolina!

Enjoy live music by Frets & Necks (why yes, we do have a local luthier in Hartsville! And he happens to be a great guitarist who teaches lessons in our downtown, also!) And the One Hartsville Drum Circle will be demonstrating their soulful beats.

We have booths of deliciousness, including: Ovis Hill Farms, McCarley’s Bakery, Sunny Cedar Farms, 5th Street Farmer’s Market, Sans Gluten Bakery, Hazel’s Delights and Crema Coffee! And Jazzy Lils dog treats are the perfect reward for that new furry friend needing a forever home, who you can adopt this weekend on-site from the Darlington County Humane Society!

We will have vendors of creativeness: simply too many arts and crafts talents to name here, but if you’re looking for jewelry, ceramics, acrylics, homegoods, soaps, candles, artwork, and hand-crafted gifts, you won’t want to miss Saturday’s show!

Our service clubs and non-profit presence includes Hartsville Lions Club, Kiwanis Club, Pilot Club, and Guardian Ad Litem. You’ll also enjoy North Hartsville Baptist, First Baptist and St. Luke United Methodist working on their missions and ministries.

We’ll also have the YMCA, Black Creek Arts and Kalmia Gardens promoting their fantastic upcoming programs. Friends Of The Library will have great books for you to read poolside this summer! And Sandhill Connextions will be there showing us what 4GLTE fast high-speed internet looks like!

It’s supposed to be 79 and sunny, what a great day to spend shopping our downtown stores and boutiques, and lunching at our great restaurants! #showsomelocallove

The fun starts at 9am, outside of City Hall at 100 East Carolina Avenue, so make plans to get there early and stay all day!

Many thanks to our sponsors, who have made this a great community event: Wells Fargo, Sonoco, Annie’s Project, Arbor One Financial and MBW Accounting. We couldn’t have done it without you!