Pop-Up Markets at Osgoode Township Museum


by Caitlyn McDougall

The Osgoode Township Museum is very excited to announce Pop-Up Markets at the museum in the Summer of 2022. The museum intends to showcase local producers, makers and growers at the market. The markets will be taking place the second Sunday of June, July & August at the Osgoode Museum in front of the agricultural barn. Community members can come and get the chance to buy local products, chat with local producers and wander around the museum’s large 3 acre site, including an orchard and 10,000 square  foot heritage garden. The museum buildings will be open for tours by staff and there will be a lantern craft table run by local volunteers where visitors will get the chance to participate in this family friendly activity. A true community event you won’t want to miss! The museum is currently accepting applications for vendors on the events page of their website. 

The Osgoode Township Museum traces its founding back to 1972, when the first meeting to organize “The New Horizons Historical Group” was held. Their purpose in establishing this group was to do research, create interest, collect data, preserve and publish the history of Osgoode Township and the genealogy of its residents.

The Museum tells the story of Ottawa’s rural and agricultural heritage.

For more information on Rooted in Rural, please check out our website, or contact the Osgoode Township Museum at education@osgoodemuseum.ca, or visit our Facebook page.


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