Hello, viewers! I’m Samantha Swann, education and meals reporter for the Herald-Journal. Welcome to The Cultural Report, your supply for what is new in meals, art and society in and all around Spartanburg County. 

This new column will offer a listing of entertainment possibilities on the initially and 3rd Thursdays of the thirty day period. 

April marks the begin of quite a few recurring gatherings that you may be equipped to love all year, highlighting the food items, artists, and makers of Spartanburg. Best of all, they present prospects to guidance local tiny corporations, meet up with new people and enjoy the wonderful weather conditions forecasted for this weekend.  

This is what you have to seem ahead to this spring in Spartanburg:

Farmers’ markets are opening

Hub City Farmers’ Sector opens Saturday. The open up air sector, located at Northside Harvest Park at 489 Howard St., will be open up from 8 a.m.-12 p.m. on Saturdays by way of Dec. 11. Purchasers will be necessary to don masks.

Hub Metropolis Farmers’ Market Associate Director and Current market Manager Heather Raines reported Skyland Farms, Harp & Shamrock Croft and Foothills Trout Co. will be among people participating this Saturday. The market, celebrating its 16th year, only features vendors who are local producers, which signifies all the merchandise for sale were made by people from Spartanburg communities.

“We’ll have all-around 30 sellers with every little thing from meat, cheese, dairy, and make to crafts,” Raines reported.