The 2019 List of Farmers’ Markets on the Cape

Summer is officially here and with it brings farmers’ markets!  

Check out the list of farmers markets below and let us know if we are missing any!

Email any farmers’ markets you don’t see listed below to digitalteam@ccb-media.com. 

SUNDAYS 930-1230 – Brewster Historical Society Farmers’ Market
Windmill Village, which is beside Drummer Boy Park in Brewster. The Brewster Historical Society Farmers’ Market runs between 9:30 AM and 12:30 PM and features fresh produce, eggs, baked goods, grass-fed beef, flowers, and herbal and natural beauty products, in addition to arts, crafts, and live music. A collection of picnic tables, children’s activities, and free parking make the market a great place to spend the morning. It runs til September 8.

SUNDAYS 11-3:  Mashpee Commons Farmers’ Market
Organic Market parking lot transforms into the Mashpee Commons Farmers’ Market, which attracts vendors from all over Cape Cod. In addition to local produce, there’s always prepared meals and live music, plus a selection of artisans, giving the market a festive atmosphere.

MONDAYS 8-12: Truro Educational Farmers’ Market
Mondays, rain or shine between June 3 and August 26, 2019, you can visit the Truro Educational Farmers’ Market from 8:00 AM until noon.  Veterans Memorial Park, next to the Post Office and along the Pamet River, part of the Sustainable CAPE initiative.

TUESDAYS 3-60pm: Chatham Farmers’ Market
The Local Color Art Gallery hosts the Chatham Farmers’ Market on Tuesdays between 3:00 and 6:30 PM. The market will run into early October. In addition to local organic produce, you’ll find soap, crafts, juice, coffee, meat, baked goods, and flowers at the market, giving you the opportunity to pick up whatever you need for your vacation rental.

TUESDAYS 9-1:  Sandwich Farmers’ Market
Head to The Village Green across from the Fish Hatchery on Route 6A for the Sandwich Farmers’ Market. The market generally runs between the middle of June and early October and gives you an excellent chance to support some Cape Cod farmers in a great location.

WEDNESDAYS 8-12:  Wellfleet Farmers’ Market
Stop by  the Wellfleet Congressional Church for their weekly farmers’ market. The 2019 Wellfleet Farmers’ Market  runs until October 9 and features a wide selection of local produce, cheese, meat, honey, spice rubs, jams, and eggs. You’ll also find fresh coffee, baked goods, and live music every week.
In addition to the Wednesday market, there is a corn roast and party on July 28, a dinner on October 9, and the annual harvest market on November 24.

THURSDAYS + SATURDAYS 9-1:30:  South Yarmouth, Bass River Farmers’ Market, next to the Cultural Center
There is a small parking lot at the venue, and the market takes place rain or shine, so if you’re in South Yarmouth during your vacation, take the opportunity to visit. Often live music there!

THURSDAYS 12-6:  Falmouth Farmers’ Market
The great thing about the Falmouth Farmers’ Market is that it overlooks Falmouth Harbor so you can spend some time watching the boats go by after picking up some local produce and goods. There is a large parking lot here, as well.

THURSDAYS  3- 630:  Harwich Farmers’ Market
Stop by the Brooks Academy Museum Grounds in Harwich Center any Thursday through mid-October for the Harwich Farmers’ Market. This rain or shine event runs from 3:00 to 6:00 PM and features all the locally-grown produce, meats, flowers, herbs, baked goods, and cheeses that you’d expect, in a convenient to access location.

FRIDAYS 3-6pm:  Hyannis Farmers’ Market at CC Beer, Phinney’s Lane just north of Rt.132.
For something a little different, check out Farmers’ Market Meets Happy Hour at Cape Cod Beer in Hyannis. You can pick up some local produce and play a game of cornhole, all while enjoying a pint from the beer trailer, til September 14.  

FRIDAYS  9-1:  Osterville Farmers’ Market
At the Osterville Historical Museum on West Bay Road. In 2019, the season runs through September 13, with a selection of fruit, vegetables, meats, cheeses, soaps, herbs, butter, sweets, eggs, and much more.

SATURDAYS 8-12:  Orleans Farmers’ Market
The Orleans Farmers’ Market operates in a field on Old Colony Way, right beside Orleans Marketplace. You’ll frequently find guest performers.

SATURDAYS 9-3:  Provincetown Farmers’ Market, next to Town Hall
The Provincetown Farmers’ Market is held til the middle of September at the corner of Ryder Street and Commercial Street, just outside of Provincetown Town Hall, and is steps from both the Pilgrim Monument and Harbor Beach. The market includes well-known vendors like Pain D’Avignon, Lara Cuisine, and Allen Farms.



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