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Welcome to Edgefield, SC

Thousands of settlers flowed through this region like a river. It was part of the Great Wagon Road from the North and the Federal Road that carried travelers into the West. The diverse backgrounds of these individuals led to clashes and conflicts that played out over the landscape of the old South. Today, the character of Edgefield is captured for visitors in its downtown shopping district, countless historic sites, local eateries, and a thriving artisan community. Come explore Edgefield, the Gateway of Southern History!

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The Edgefield 2nd Saturday Market will be open the following days in 2021:

March 13
April 10
May 8
June 12
July 10
August 14
September 11
October 9
November 13
December 11

We hope you will join us from 10:00 a. m. - 2:00 p. m. at PTC Parking Lot located at 506 Main Street, Edgefield.

For vendor information, please email edgefieldmarket@gmail.com.

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Upcoming Events


May
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To get summer off to a great start, a “From Your Garden” Plant Swap and Sale! will be held on Saturday, May 22, 2021, from 11:00 a. m. to 5:00 p. m. at Oakley Park Museum (300 Columbia Road, Edgefield, SC).  Do you have extra plants in your garden or greenhouse? Do you have too many of something? If so, then browse or reserve a spot for $5.00 to sell or swap your garden plants, outdoor decor/furniture or handmade garden crafts. 
 
Space is limited, so please call or text today to reserve your spot on the lawn of beautiful Oakley Park Museum in historic Edgefield. Lunch is available for $10.00. Please reserve in advance. 
 
For more information or to reserve a space/lunch, please call or text Karyn Bland at 803-221-3123. All proceeds will go to the restoration, preservation, and public outreach and education programs of Oakley Park Museum, a private home that was built in 1835 by Mr. Daniel Byrd and turned into a museum in 1941. 
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