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Farmers Markets

Cape Cod grown veggies, soaps made on Nantucket, cheese from Martha’s Vineyard, fresh cut flowers, locally roasted coffees, locally raised meats, shellfish from the local waters, and homemade breads and jams are just a few of the items you may come across as you wander among the vendors at one of the Cape and Islands farmers markets. When visiting the area, make sure to plan a visit to one of our local farmers markets, and enjoy the fresh, locally produced goods of Cape Cod, Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard.

Chatham Farmers Market, Tuesdays, 3-6:30, 1652 Main St.

Grass fed beef, local organic veggies, cheese, pasta, cookies, breads, donuts, herbs, and plants are just a few of the fabulous items you will find at the Chatham's Farmers Market!

Falmouth Farmers Market, Thursdays, 11-5 Peg Noonan Park, Main St. at Hamlin Ave.

A visual and aromatic feast, this market’s farm tables are loaded with the region's freshest, in-season fruits and vegetables, eggs, honey, ciders, cheeses, seafood, pasture-raised meats and poultry, jams, preserves, cut flowers, and nursery stock. Local food artisans bring fresh bread, prepared foods, and other goodies.

Harwich Farmers Markets, Thursdays, 3-6, Brooks Academy Museum, 80 Parallel St.

Shop for locally grown produce on the grounds of Brooks Academy Museum in Harwich Center. The seasonal, weekly Farmers Market will feature seasonal fruits and vegetables, herbs, cut flowers, baked goods, and other items at the weekly event, sponsored by the Harwich Agricultural Commission and the Harwich Historical Society. Rain or Shine! Museum exhibits are also open at discounted admission.

Mashpee Commons Farmers Market, Saturdays, 1:30-6, Mashpee Commons, North St.

Mashpee Commons Farmers Market provides access to fresh, local, seasonal produce, meat, cheeses, and prepared foods that are sourced locally for Mashpee residents, visitors, and the Cape Cod community.

Mid-Cape Farmers Market, Wednesdays, 2-6, Lawn of the First Baptist Church, 468 Main St., Hyannis.

Come see us and sample a colorful array of locally-grown vegetables, fruits, herbs, jams, jellies, lobsters, shellfish, and cut flowers as well as eggs, artisan breads, candles, honey, handmade soaps, herbal teas, and body products. There is plenty of free parking adjacent to the market

Nantucket Farmers and Artisans Market, Saturdays, 9-1, Upper Cambridge St. and North Union St.

The market features locally grown vegetables, herbs, plants and cut flowers, as well as baked goods, locally roasted coffee, and locally, hand-crafted pottery, jewelry, crafts, and more. The market's mission is to provide fresh produce directly from local growers to residents, to promote local cottage industry, and to educate the community about the personal benefits of healthy eating and the economic benefits of supporting local entrepreneurs.

Orleans Farmers Market, Saturdays, 8-12, 21 Old Colony Way.

The Orleans Farmers Market now has over 30 vendors selling a wonderful variety of fresh, Cape Cod grown vegetables, plants, honey, lobsters, soap, worms, flowers, bread, and other local products.

Osterville Farmers Market, Fridays, 9-1, Osterville Historical Museum, 155 West Bay Rd.

From organic fruits and vegetables, to jams and jellies, breads, eggs, BBQ, handmade soaps, poultry, plants, cupcakes, spices, and herbs, to codfish cakes with cranberries - the Osterville Farmers Market has something for everyone.

Plymouth Farmers Market, Thursdays, 2:30-6:30, Plimoth Plantation, 137 Warren Ave.

This vibrant mix of certified organic farmers, conventional growers, meat, pork and poultry farmers, food-makers who source locally, artisan food crafters, local earth based artisans and musicians, and committed community groups working to promote and support local agriculture will gather outdoors every Thursday June thru October on the grassy field at the River Street entrance to the museum. Enjoy performers, chef demos, and a kids tent, and visit the rare breed farm animals while shopping for fresh, local foods. Free, everyone is welcome.

Plymouth Harbor Market, Saturdays, 9:30-2, The 1820 Courthouse Green, 24 Court St.

An intimate market set in scenic downtown Plymouth. Enjoy visiting with your favorite vendors and selecting from an array of farm fresh produce, grass fed beef, rustic breads, farm fresh eggs, baked goods and more.

Provincetown Farmers Market, Saturdays, 11-4, Ryder Street Parking Lot.

A wonderful Cape Cod farmers market. You will find such items as baked goods, cheese, flowers, fruit, herbs, vegetables, honey, jams, meat, and plants.

Sandwich Farmers Market, Wednesdays, 8-1, Oakcrest Cove, 34 Quaker Meeting House Rd.

The Sandwich Farmers Market at Oakcrest offers many farm fresh, local food products throughout the spring, summer and fall months. Come and enjoy some delicious homemade bread, local beef & pork, jams & jellies, seasonings, soaps, eggs, and much, much more.

South Yarmouth/Bass River Farmers Market, Thursdays, 9-1, Cultural Center of Cape Cod, 311 Old Main St., Yarmouth.

Plenty of fresh and delicious food and locally made products to choose from at the South Yarmouth/Bass River Farmers Market such as plants and flowers, local meat and fish vendors, homemade baked goods, fresh Cape Cod grown veggies, and herbs.

Village Green Farmers Market, Tuesdays, 9-1, Village Green, Rt. 6A, Sandwich.

Come out to the Village Green in Sandwich and support your local vendors. Pick up some eggs or grass fed beef, veggies, freshly baked goods, savory pastries, and so much more.

Wellfleet Farmers Market, Wednesdays, 8-12, Preservation Hall, 355 Main St.

Come to Preservation Hall in Wellfleet and explore all the wonderful items offered by our local farmers, artisans, craftsmen, bakers, and musicians. Fresh & local produce, honey, eggs, cut flowers, prepared foods, baked goods, coffee, live music, and more!

West Tisbury Farmers Market, Saturdays and Wednesdays 9-12, Grange Hall, 1067 State Rd.

You won't want to miss the sights, sounds and tastes at the Farmers Market at the West Tisbury Grange Hall: just-picked local produce, fragrant flowers, delicious prepared foods from Island kitchens, and more.

About Joan Talmadge

About Joan Talmadge: My husband Jeff and I created in 1997, shortly after buying our home in Orleans. I manage the Homeowner Support Team, assisting our homeowners with marketing and management advice. I also edit most of the content about the Cape & Islands on our website as well as for our Homeowner Blog and monthly newsletters. And as co-owner, I manage our devoted staff and much of the day-to-day business. I get great joy from helping fellow homeowners successfully rent their homes. Jeff and I are proud to have two of our three grown children working for, truly a family-run business. For me, the Cape and Islands are magical all times of the year -- whether it's walking on Nauset Beach, playing golf, or enjoying family and friends here.