Fresh, local and farm-raised, available at the Uptown Market, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., 220 Maxwell Ave. in Greenwood today, during Uptown Market's mid-week Fresh Connection:

Grits and Groceries: take-and-bake meals, sides, baked goods and more.

Happy Critters Ranch: pasture-raised pork and chicken, and old fashioned soap.

Possum Kingdom Kreamery: goat's milk, cheese and eggs.

Putney Farm: eggs, flowers and plants.

Metts Organix: vegetable and herb plants, vegetables and recycled pallet shelves.

Parisi Farms: tomatoes, cucumbers, squash, corn, plums, blackberries and more.

The 2811: local honey, eggs, duck eggs and vegetables.

Harrell Farm: beans, cucumbers, onions, tomatoes and cabbage.

Dixie Bell: peaches and peach wood chips for grilling.

Montagues Restaurant

Inn on the Square: baked goods and bread.

The Mill House: lunch to go.

Hydro One: premium beverages

Aromas Village: coffee

8 a.m. to noon Saturday: Parisi Farms, Cedar Knoll Farm, Harrell Farm, Heritage Greenhouse, Happy Critters Ranch and Hydro One.

Check Uptown Market's Facebook page for notice of weather-related cancellations. Stephanie Turner is market manager.

Greenwood County Farmers Market is an open-air and covered market building on S.C. 72/221 East. The Greenwood County Farmers Market operates Wednesdays and Saturdays, 7 a.m. to noon, from mid-June through mid-October. Programs accepted: EBT/SNAP, SFMNP-Senior checks and WIC vouchers. Marketing manager is Newton O'Dell.

Expected at the market his week are: beets, cabbage, corn, cucumbers, egg plant, green beans, onions, peppers, squash, turnips, turnip greens, tomatoes, peaches, plums, blackberries and blueberries, cantaloupes, watermelons, honey, baked goods and peanuts (boiled and raw).

Note: There are no more vouchers available this year.