The City of West Columbia’s Meeting Street Artisan Market is open every Saturday, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m., through December 21, under the pavilion and now expanded into the parking lot at 425 Meeting Street in the Interactive Art Park. The market includes vendors selling original art, crafts, foods, and produce.

The City of West Columbia invites the public to attend every Saturday to shop with the vendors and interact with the unique sculptures throughout the park, and then head to State and Meeting Streets to continue shopping and dining.

This week’s vendors include: Ammack Forge; CKartSC; Art that Works; AudreyJames Candle Co.; Bob Bertinelli, acoustic guitarist; T.K.O.S; Crepes et croissants; Entangled Jewelry; Mama Dawn’s Doggy Biscuits; Faithful Foods Inc.; Too Dope Chicks; Beautiful Day Bath Goodies; Seminole Candle Company; Mitzi & Charles Epting; Willow Stick Studio; Kiber and Kobb; Boette Glass; Beads By Rasa; Wild Gourdy; Hyscapes; Handcrafted Jewelry; Dark hollow painting and sculpture; Stacy’s Gardens and Jewelry; Painter – Joni Trezza; Painter – Renee Rosa; South Pacific Skirts; and Downstairs Stitchery

The vendors for the market change weekly and the city is always looking for new participants. If interested, vendors need to fill out the following electronic form:

Vendor space rental is free, however, participants must have a current City of West Columbia Business License. Licenses start at $25. More information to obtain a business license can be find on the website:

For more information, contact Colleen Otte, Parks Assistant and Venue Rentals, 803-936-6279,

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