OB Open Market is a Sunday staple

From left, seaglass jewelry vendors Judith McIntosh, Gwen Nichols, and Candy Nichols. Candy finds the seaglass, and Gwen converts it to jewelry. — Photo by Michael Cummo

Every Sunday from May through October, Washington Park in Oak Bluffs is home to the Oak Bluffs Open Market. One part flea market, one part artisans fair, and one part farmers’ market, the spattering of tents in the wedge of field next to Our Market is a unique sampling of Vineyard vendors and craftspeople. A sprinkle of live music by Jellybone Rivers, alter ego of Rob Myers, sends sound waves across the harbor while the high noon sun casts a sparkle on jewelry for sale. Add tarot card readings and chair massages to the mix, and the Open Market is the perfect destination for a post- Sunday brunch stroll.

Every Sunday from 10-2 through October. Special holiday shows TBA. For more information, find Oak Bluffs Open Market on Facebook.