In less than a week and a half, we're hosting THE BEST fall festival in Greenville, SC. Join us October 25th from 4-7 for our first annual Hoptoberfest. And no proper fall festival would be without a kid's and pet's costume parade! We'll have a panel of judges to decide the best children's and pet costume for a weeknight's stay gift certificate at the Inn. We want to see your best creative costumes...
We're thrilled to have Greenville bluegrass and Americana musicians My Girl My Whiskey and Me (and their sweet pup Homegirl), and Automatic Taco food truck. We also want to give credit where credit is due, so here's the current line-up of our local Makers:
Modern Forestry Soy Candles- American grown soy candles with the highest quality essential oils. They've been with us from the Start at Truck Inn Tuesday. Find them on Etsy, the Bike Shed, Urban Digs, and other local shops
Reedy River Farms- and urban farm located on the Swamp Rabbit Trail 3 blocks outside downtown Greenville. Artisan and gourmet varieties, George Dubose is an Easley native doing great things to grow small, local, and quality produce. You can find his produce on the menus of American Grocery, Passerelle Bistro, Bacon Brothers, and Restaurant 17.
Greenville Goods- all things (864): journals, tees, coozies, Greenville branded products with a feel-good story.
Jocie Pots- hand thrown pottery with beautiful details; we love their espresso cups!
Bone and Ink- local Ward Studio artist drawing felt pen portraits.
Happy Arsenal Jewelry- metal and painted driftwood necklaces, earrings and more.
Brew Bracelets by (re)creative design co- all the way from TN, cuffs up cycled from beer cans.
The Beer Trale, State beer t shirts and in town doing an episode on craft beer in Greenville and upstate brewers!
Patton Handmade Stoneware- local potter, find them at the Traveler's Rest Farmer's Market
The Painted Folk- Handprinted gourds and reclaimed wood art pieces
Pallet and Crate- hails from Greenville and woks on rustic, reclaimed, and repurposed home decor pieces.
Humble Roots- spreadable edibles that are South Carolina Certified Grown
Of course, The Bike Shed at Swamp Rabbit Inn will be open as well.
If you're a local looking to partake in a family and pet friendly Sunday event, we're the fall festival for you. In town for the Hincapie Gran Fondo or other local event? Join us for a fun, relaxing time! We look forward to seeing all our friends, fans, guests, and neighbors in a few short weeks.
P.S. Mark your calendars for our holiday event in the inn, Holiday Hoppinings, December 10th.