Scroll down for a photo tour of last year’s farmers’ market.

When you think of the Osterville Historical Society, you may not immediately conjure images of fresh fruits and vegetables, steaks, sausages, heirloom vegetables, donuts, jams, pork, juice, granola, olive oil, cheese, marinara, beef, chicken, jellies, honey, potted and cut flowers, herbs, mushrooms, breads, butters, pates, cookies, pies, soaps, spices, pickles, salads, chocolates, and eggs.

But these and other fresh produce and products are featured alongside the museum’s historic home and its impressive collection of Crosby boats.

The farmer’s market, located on the museum campus at 155 West Bay Road – at the corner of Parker and West Bay Roads in Osterville – opens on June 23 and remains open every Friday through September 15. It also reopens on Saturday, October 7 for the Harvest Celebration, which is part of the Osterville Village Fall Fest.

Here is a list of current vendors:


Amie’s Bakery – Locally made baked items
Allen Farms – Assorted Organic Salad Greens, Vegetables and Fruits, Herbs & Flowers
Bradford Farmhouse Toffee – Locally made, small batch toffee
Cape Cod Organic Farm – Garlic, leeks, eggplant, kale, mesculn, arugula, tomatoes, peppers, beets, onions, pole beans, swiss chard, cabbage, potatoes, sweet potatoes, summer squash, cucumbers, winter squash, carrots, radish; and certified organic pork products
Cervelli Farms – Family farm growing a variety of vegetables
Donde Thiago – Arepas: corn based flatbreads typical of Columbia filled with a variety of vegetables, meats, cheeses, fruits and homemade sauces. Also selling empanadas
Foss Farms – Fresh, five-ingredient, locally farmed marinara sauce
Goose Point Cafe – A seasonal cafe offering freshly prepared salads with locally sourced ingredients
Honey I’m Home – Pies, cookies, breads, galettes, brownies, a wide assortment of sweet and savory baked goods
The Local Juice – local juice using all natural & local ingredients
Martha’s Vineyard Smokehouse – Local seafood caught from the waters surrounding Martha’s Vineyard, selling smoked fish
Monopati – Olive oil, black olives, figs, and more
Oakdale Farm – 10th Generation Farm with summer and winter squashes, sweet corn, peppers, tomatoes, cucumbers, eggplant, greens, pumpkins, hay, herbs, berries, apples, melons, stone fruits, and more
Omega Olive Oil – Olive oils and vinegars crafted in California and sold on the South Shore
Red Dogs & Company – Handmade grain free treats with with local fruits/veggies
Ron’s Vegetable Garden – Heirloom and rare varieties!
Say Cheese – Local cheeses
Tekla’s Braids & Breads – Swedish and Finnish Coffee Breads. First Place Winner at the Barnstable County Fair- 2013
Thyme After Thyme – Assorted Herbs, Lavender, Plants, and Lotions
Treasure by the Sea – Cape Cod Jams and Jellies, Chutneys, and Pickles!
Tuck-A-Way Farm – Local vegetable and fruit produce and honey from Harwich
Valcourt Sugar Shack – family owned and operated maple syrup producer
Washashore Bakery – Scratch bakery making fresh cookies, cakes, breakfast pastries daily!
Westminster Meats – Beef, Pork, Lamb, and Poultry. As well as Farm Fresh Eggs
Wicked Good Kettle Corn – Genuine, for real, authentic, small batch, hand paddled, in a REAL kettle, Kettle Corn!