THE F.A.R.M. CENTER
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We have BIG plans to bring great outdoor entertainment to Oconee County. Our 57-acre property with natural amphitheater is the perfect space for year-round community activities including concerts, seasonal markets, rodeos and other Western-style events, youth revivals, meetings, and more. Click here to see all of our events.
Welcome to The Foothills Agricultural Resource and Marketing Center (The F.A.R.M. Center), a 57-acre, year-round event venue that serves as the home of the SC Foothills Heritage Fair and the Foothills Heritage Market and for community activities including concerts, seasonal markets, rodeos and other Western-style events, youth revivals, car shows and more.
OUR VISION is to celebrate agriculture and its importance to Oconee County, support new ventures in agriculture, encourage young people to go into agriculture, and provide marketing opportunities for local producers.
OUR MISSION is to educate and engage our region’s residents and visitors in the history, beauty and values of the rural lifestyle and to promote agriculture, the heritage and the economic development of Oconee County through events featuring those values.
South Carolina Foothills Heritage Fair
September 21–25, 2021
What An Old Fashioned Country Fair Should Be.
Everything you imagined a quintessential fair would have! We host concerts, livestock shows, rodeos, dance exhibitions, 4-H youth events, hands-on learning opportunities, farm animal exhibits, and loads of family fun all included with the price of admission.
Foothills Heritage Market
EVERY SATURDAY 8AM–12PM
(MEMORIAL DAY THRU SEPTEMBER)
Bringing you fresh, local produce, fruits, honey, eggs, and meats, all grown by the neighbors we know—Everything you will find at our market is grown and raised within fifty miles or hand-made by one of our Oconee artisans. You will also find great gift items such as crocheted items, hand-made dog accessories and treats, hand-made soaps and spa items, and beautifully crafted wooden bowls, cutting boards, and furniture.