[image-1]This Saturday a number of Charleston’s local vendors will come together to showcase their work and products in a mini bazaar at The Daily. The Farmer and Artisan Market, which takes place from 9 a.m.-1 p.m., will feature an eclectic gathering of craftspeople, artists, clothiers, and farmers.

For sale will be everything from body care products from vendors such as Motherland Essentials, Sacred Circle Herbal Apothecary, and The Contents Co to clothes from Red Rose Vintage and Tuff Stuff Vintage, who will be on site with never-before-seen, old-school apparel. And if you think that flyer art is beautiful (because we do), then grab some prints from artist Camela Guevara, who will also be at the market.

Of course, this part-farmers market will feature healthy eats, too. Ambrose Farm, Spade and Clover Gardens, and GrowFood Carolina will contribute to the bounty at the event.

The Farmer and Artisan Market is open to the public, and brings recognition and support to some of Charleston’s favorite local vendors and small businesses. Check out this art-exhibition-meets-farmers-market event as vendors offer their work and ware to the public.