Farmers Markets

Over half the state’s banana production is grown on Hawaii Island, primarily in Puna and Hamakua

Farmers Market Listings by District (as of Fall 2012)

Hamakua

Honokaa Farmers Market
Old Botelho Building
Downtown Honokaa
7:30 am to 2 pm Saturday

Laupahoehoe Farmers Market
Minit Stop Highway 19
9 am to 1 pm Sunday

Rainbow Falls Market Place
North of Hilo Town
8 am to 4 pm Monday and Thursday

Hilo

Hilo Farmers Market
7 am to 3 pm Wednesday and Saturday

Kino’ole Farmers Market
1990 Kino’ole Street Hilo
7 am to 12 noon Daily

Ka’u

Ka’u Farmers Market
Ace Hardware Parking Lot
Naalehu
7 am to 12 noon Wednesday and Saturday

Kea’au Kea’au Farmers Market
7 am to 5 pm Daily

Kohala

Hawi Farmers Market
7:30 am Saturday

Kona

Kailua Village Farmers Market
Historic Kailua Village
Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday

Keauhou Farmers Market
Keauhou Shopping Center
8 am to 12 noon Saturday

Kona Farmers Market
Kaiwi Square
8 am to 2:30 pm Saturday and Sunday

South Kona

Green Market
Amy Greenwell Ethnobotanical Garden
Capt. Cook
9 am to 2 pm

Pana’ewa

Panaewa Hawaiian Home Lands Farmers Market
Corner of Puainako and Ohuohu St. near WalMart
Hilo
8 am to 5 pm Daily

Puna

Akebono Farmers Market
Akebono Theatre Parking Lot
Pahoa 7 am to 2 pm Sunday

Caretakers of Our Land Farmers Market
Sacred Heart Church
Pahoa
7:30 am to 12 noon Saturday

Fern Forest Town Market
9 am to 1 pm Second Saturday

Volcano

Volcano Farmers Market
Cooper Center 1000 Wright Road
Volcano Village
7 am to 9 am Sunday

Waikoloa

Waikoloa Village Farmers Market
Waikoloa Community Church Parking Lot
68-3625 Paniolo Avenue
7:15 am to 10 am Saturday

Waimea

Mid-Week Farmers Market
Anna Ranch Heritage Center
1 pm to 5 pm Wednesday

Waimea County Market
Highway mile marker 51 on way to Honokaa
7 am to 2 pm 3rd Sunday

Waimea Homestead Farmers Market
Kuhio Hale 7 am to 12 noon Saturday

Waimea Town Market
Parker School
8 am to 1 pm Saturday

 
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