This list of Island Farmers Markets begins in Kailua-Kona and circles the island counter-clockwise.
Keauhou Farmer's Market - Keauhou Shopping Center
Every Saturday from 8:00AM to noon at Keauhou Shopping Center, near Longs Drug. All products are home grown in Hawaii, many are organic - fruits, vegetables, flowers, coffee, macadamia nuts, eggs, charcuterie, baked goods & more. Live music! http://www.keauhoufarmersmarket.com/.
Ho`oulu Community Farmers Market & Artisans Fair - Sheraton Kona Resort at Keauhou Bay
Wednesdays from 9am-2pm. The "Gallery on The Green" market, features locally grown estate coffee, produce, seasonal fruit, local grinds, nuts, jams & live music! For more information, call 808-939-7510, email firstname.lastname@example.org
or visit www.hooulufarmersmkt.com.
Kona Sunset Farmers Market
Wednesdays Beginning at 2pm at the Kmart parking lot in Kailua-Kona. Fresh produce, local beef, fresh-caught fish, artisan breads, exotic fruits and jams, coffee, prepared foods, and more. All products are locally grown and produced. For more info, contact Zarine at 895-8665 or email email@example.com.
Kailua-Kona Farmers Market
Wednesday thru Sunday mornings, 7am till 4pm. Crafts, flowers and food products booths - not all made/grown locally. In the parking lot next to the Kona Public Library, at Hualalai Rd. and Alii Dr., across from Waterfront Row.
Kona Pacific Farmers' Coop
Fridays, 8am-4pm. Fresh seasonal fruits, vegetables, and more. Free tours of a macadamia nut and coffee operation. Ph: 328-2411. 82-5810 Napo`opo`o Rd.
Queen Emma's Market - Kealakekua
Wednesdays, 9am-3pm, at Christ Church Episcopal Church, in the green space fronting Hwy 11, near the intersection of Konawaena School Road. Farmers, food and craft vendors. For more info, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
South Kona Green Market
Sundays, 9 am to 1 pm at Amy B.H. Greenwell Ethnobotanical Garden, Captain Cook, just north of Yano Hall, mauka side of the highway. All local produce, art & hand crafted gifts, coffee, prepared food, and live music. Even massage! For more information, visit www.SKGM.org. "From the Land, By Our Hand." Bring your own bag!
South Kona Fruit Stand
Tropical fruits and plants near the old Higashi store. Mon-Sat, 9 am to 6 pm, Sun, 10 to 4pm; 84-4770 Mamalahoa Hwy. in Captain Cook. Info: 328-8547.
Ocean View Green Market
Held at the Ocean View Community Center on Fridays, from 2-6pm.
Na`alehu Farmer's Market
Held in the parking lot in front of Ace Hardware on Wednesdays and Saturdays, from 8 am to noon.
Volcano Farmers Market
Produce, flowers and baked goods, from 6-10 a.m. every Sunday at Cooper Center. Info, 967-7800.
Hilo Coffee Mill
Saturdays 8am-1pm at 17-995 Volcano Rd. Mountain View HI 96771 (located between the 12 and 13 Mile Markers on Hwy 11 between Volcano and Hilo). Fresh pasta, bread, fruit, vegetables, flowers, plants, etc. Live music. Hot breakfast cooked to order outside - even a petting zoo for kids of all ages. Call 968-1333 for more info.
The Outer SPACE Market, Kalapana/b>
7am-12pm every Saturday at Uncle Roberts Awa Club. At the "end of road" in Kalapana, where Hwys 130 and 137 meet, go 1/2 mile to the right. Local Big Island produce, arts, crafts, food vendors, and entertainment. Email email@example.com for more info.
Pahoa Village Farmer's Market
Large, covered, outdoor market with fresh fruits and vegetables, clothing and jewelry, food and coffee booths, music, kava bar, and more. 7 am-2 pm every Sunday, downtown Pahoa in the Akebono Theater/Luquin's parking lot. For more info, contact Anthony at 965-9292.
Pahoa Main Street Market
Friday evenings from 3-9pm with crafts, food, produce and live music.
Maku'u Farmer's Market
8am-2pm, Sundays. Hawaiian crafts, plants, produce, jewelry, shells, ethnic and recycled clothing, food, live music, records/cds and books, from aproximately 150 vendors. Maku'u Farmer's lot, Keaau/Pahoa Hwy. bypass road. Call Paula at 965-1441 for more info.
Kea`au Village Farmer's Market
Fresh local farm produce featuring super sweet corn, flowers, handmade Hawaiian arts & crafts. 7 am to 5 pm every Friday. Produce available 7 am-5 pm, Tuesdays thru Saturdays.
Hilo Farmer's Market
Local produce, flowers, plants, some crafts, baked goods and food. Local arts and crafts. 7 am-4 pm, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, and Thursdays.
6am - 4pm on Wednesdays and Saturdays (the big days). Corner of Kamehameha Ave. & Mamo Street. Keith, 933-1000.
Panaewa Hawaiian Homestead Farmer's Market
Fresh produce, fish, and treats. 8 am.-5 p.m. Daily, on the sidewalk in front of the Hilo Walmart. 960-2861/959-0488 (msg.)
Kino`ole Farmers Market
7am-Noon, Saturdays. 1990 Kino'ole St. next to Kuwate Seed Shop, two streets mauka of Puainako Town Center. Locally grown produce, flowers, potted plants, herbs and vegetable seedlings. Demonstrations. Wheelchair friendly; lots of parking. Call Dylan at 965-8699 for more info.
"Under the Banyans" Farmer's Market
Saturdays, 7:30am till 1:00pm, featuring produce, flowers, Thai & local cuisine, soaps, jewelry, clothing, used items, crafts, and music. Recycling bins provided for glass and aluminum, so bring your recycling! Call 889-0615 for more info.
Sundays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m at 44-2600 Hawai'i Belt Road, Honoka'a, at the intersection of Mamane Street and Mamalahoa Highway 19). 26 vendors offering locally grown produce, value-added products and ono food. SNAP/EBT purchases are welcomed, and currently 16 vendors accept SNAP/EBT at their booths with products ranging from produce and bread to honey, cheese, and cold takeaway items.
The MarketŐs weekend workshops, informational booths, and youth-focused activities are designed to respond directly to the needs and interests of the local community. For more info, visit www.hamakuaharvest.org.
Waimea Homestead Farmers Market
Produce, flowers, baked goods, potted plants and crafts, food (crepes, plate lunch, smoked meat). 7 a.m.-12 p.m. every Saturday (first Saturday of the month is the biggest), on the grounds of Waimea Middle & Elementary School, 67-1229 Mamalahoa Hwy./Lindsey Road - past Post Office. Call 333-2165 or visit http://www.waimeafarmersmarket.com/ for more info.
Waimea Town Market
Saturdays from 8am-1pm at Parker School, behind Paniolo Country Inn restaurant - look for the red with white trim buildings, next to Isaac Center Gallery. Fresh baked breads, produce, fresh-made sausage, flowers and crafts, from 8 am-1 pm.
Kamuela Farmers Market at Pukalani Stables
Saturdays from 7 am-noon. Location: 67-139 Pukalani Rd., Kamuela, HI 96743. Offering fresh locally grown produce, trees, plants, cut flowers, a variety of prepared foods, coffee, fresh popcorn, hand-crafted wood items, gluten free baked goods, handcrafted soaps and scents, local dried fruit, and more. There is live music, as well. Leashed pets ok. The Paniolo Heritage Museum and Kua`aina Saddle Shop will be open and offering free admission on Saturdays. A portion of vendor fees from the market go directly to the Paniolo Preservation Society. Visit kamuelafarmersmarket.com for more info.
Waimea Nui Farmers Market
7 a.m.-12:00 p.m. at Kuhio Hale (64-756 Mamalahoa Hwy, Hawaiian Homes Hall front lawn). Locally grown vegetables, fruit, plants, prepared food, pickled items, arts and crafts, and more.
Organic produce. At 64-604 Mana Rd., at the big barn. After you turn on to Mana Rd. from the highway, turn left at the "T" intersection and go a few hundred yards. It will be on the left. Tuesday and Friday afternoons, from 2-5pm.
Pau Hana "Culinary Festival"
Tuesdays from 4-7pm. Local farm fresh produce, live chef demonstrations, Big Island food vendors and gourmet products, live music.
Kings Shops Farmer's Market
Wednesdays from 8:30am to 1pm. Fresh produce such as lychee, oranges, avocado, jack fruit, mixed greens, eggplant, spinach, corn and herbs. Other items available include honey, bread, pastry, seafood, coffee, tea, beeswax candles and orchids. Slow Food Hawaii will also be represented. For more info, call 895-8787.
Waikoloa Village Farmer's Market
Saturdays from 7:30am to 1pm In the Waikoloa Community Church parking lot (68-3625 Paniolo Ave.), across from Waikoloa Elementary School.