It will be on Saturday and Sunday, June 2-3 with farms open from 1-6 pm. Come see the new English Devons, goats, pigs, llamas, and bees. We will have a guided tour which will focus on how we rotational grazing cattle and show some of the other parts of the farm. It is a great opportunity to see exactly where your food comes from and help your children learn more about farming (or maybe even yourself). Also, our friends at Timm's Mil, http://www.timmsmill.com/, are on the tour and just down the road from us. Sign up at http://www.carolinafarmstewards.org/upstatefarmtour.shtml.
If you just want to come to the Market, it will be open as normal on Friday 10am-7pm. But, it will be open Saturday 1pm-6pm, and Sunday 1pm-6pm. You don't have to be on the farm tour to visit the Market.
Remember if you are coming for the tour don't forget to bring a cooler with ice if you want to take home some great grassfed, grass finished beef or pastured pork (you don't have to refrigerate the honey).