It’s a great time to visit Chattooga Belle Farm and take in the work of amazing local artists! The onsite restaurant, Belle’s Bistro, will be open both days 11am-2pm. Local food truck, Meat’n the Middle, will be set up outside the Distillery.
Take a distillery tour or wagon ride around the farm either day; taste farm-made spirits on Saturday.
Nick Gambrell Foothills Farmstead
Michael Mason woodwork
Erika White polymer clay
Melody Davis portraits/fine art
Dorothy Meredith coiled basketry
Libby Imbody multi-media
Liz Zier pottery
Dorthea Zier pottery
This eclectic art studio, located on the DuBose Century Family Farm, is owned and operated by Stan DuBose and Robin Anne Cooper. These two award-winning artists will showcase their unique creative space that is sure to delight and inspire visitors. During Ag+Art they will have guest artisans featuring their talents as well.
Extended hours: 9am-6pm
Clemson Extension Service
Mickey’s Chicken Emporium
Warren Carpenter turned wood
Becky Walker felted wool
Nancy Warmath glass
Matthew DuBose art
Theodocia Star art
This is Upstate South Carolina’s place for outdoor family fall fun!
Test your sense of direction in the 5-acre Corn Maze, enjoy hayrides, pumpkin patch, sunflower fields, petting zoo, inflatables and play areas.
Tina Reif petting zoo
Emily Dent pottery
Crystal Romanyszyn vintage watch art
Russell Carlson photography
Cathy English weaving
The Foothills Agricultural Resource Marketing Center (F.A.R.M. Center) is a 57-acre venue that hosts events including: concerts, farmers markets, fairs, rodeos and more. Their mission is to educate visitors about the history and values of rural life while promoting agriculture.
During Ag+Art, the F.A.R.M. Center will host a farmers’ market offering fresh locally grown produce.
Artisans will be onsite offering: hand-made soaps, crafted wooden bowls & trinkets, dog accessories, and pine needle baskets.
Additional attractions include vintage tractors, BBQ plates, and home brew tastings.
HOW TO ENJOY THE TOUR
Step 1: Choose the tour sites you wish to visit, being aware that you might not be able to see everything in one day. You can start anywhere – the tour is self-guided and there is no admission charge!
Step 2: Load up your car with your friends and family and begin your tour! Bring a cooler and pick up some fresh veggies, let your kids enjoy a hay-ride and barnyard animals, watch our artists in action, and enjoy a day in the country!
Step 3: Visit our Ag + Art Tour information table at your first tour stop to sign-in. You will be counted at each tour stop you visit but you only need to sign in at your first stop. Be sure to use #agandarttour in all of your social media check-ins!
Step 4: Don’t forget to check out farms and artisans in Anderson County on November 9 and 10.