Leahi Neighborhood Farmers' Market at KCC - Tuesday Night - Kapiolani Community College
KCC Tuesday Night Farmers Market - Kapiolani Community College
KCC Night Market please come and join us for fresh produce/bread/fresh flowers/local honey, food, and Music, every Tuesday night from 4-7 PM at the grassy corner of KCC Campus where Diamond Head Road meets Makapuu Ave.
Meet the farmers and food producers of Hawaii's diversified agricultural scene. Select from a wide variety of fruits, vegetables, flowers, beef, aqua cultured seafood, fresh baked breads, hand made pastas, tropical jams and jellies, unique snack foods, honey, baked goods, specialty seasonings and more. A variety of vendors display and sell their products each week.
Kapiolani Community College, 4303 Diamond Head Road. Catch #3, 22, or 58 on TheBus.
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Akaka Falls Farm
Rare tropical fruit jams, jellies, fruit butters, and honey made from their farm located on the top of Big Island's Akaka Falls.
All Hawaiian Honey
Brings a variety of hand harvested honey from Windward, Oahu, Molokai and Big Island hives.
Authentic Mexican food.
Cut anthuriums from the Big Island.
A 10 acre farm located in Waialua growing a variety of produce as well as making fresh squeezed sugar cane juice.
Honolulu Burger Company
Serving up sliders using all locally sourced, grass fed beef and French fries.
Plate lunches ranging from shoyu chicken, short rib stew, stuffed salmon puffed pastries and more.
Premium churros like Maple Bacon, Ube, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, and Strawberry Shortcake made with local eggs.
All your favorite local musubi's including other specialties like salmon, beef curry, miso kale, ume bonito and more.
Poi mochi using 'Ai Manuahi's taro, fried to a crisp perfection. Try other flavors like ube, coconut, and matcha.
Thai food made with locally sourced ingredients.
Acai bowls infused with seasonal local fruits and greek yogurt bowls, all topped with local honey and fruits.
A variety of Asian vegetables, papayas, bananas, and more.
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Following recent community discussions in support of an alternate Farmers' Market, Hawai`i Farm Bureau Federation (HFBF) and Kapi'olani Community College are launching a three-month pilot market on Tuesdays, beginning June 12th, from 4 - 7 p.m. The location will be the same as for the Kapi'olani CC Saturday Farmers' Market on the grounds of Kapi'olani Community College, which will continue to operate from 7:30 - 11 a.m.
"We are excited to provide this alternate Market to the community. The Tuesday Market is designed to be smaller than the Saturday Market, allowing the community to shop at a more leisurely pace with benefit of great food for dinner," said HFBF's President Dean Okimoto.
Kapi'olani CC Chancellor Leon Richards said, "We look forward to growing the partnership between the HFBF and Kapi'olani CC. The education partnership with the Culinary Institute of the Pacific and the HFBF is a model that works well. Both are statewide organizations with a common goal of strengthening Hawai'i's farm to table vitality with increased food production and culinary arts professionals."
About the Hawai`i Farm Bureau Federation and HFBF's Farmers Markets:
Organized since 1948, the HFBF, a nonprofit organization, is comprised of 1,800 farm family members statewide, and serves as Hawai`i's voice of agriculture to protect, advocate and advance the social, economic and educational interest of our diverse agricultural community. The HFBF is the owner-operator of four O`ahu Farmers' Markets, with the principal goal of supporting agriculture in Hawaii by providing a venue for farmers in the state. In addition to the Kapi'olani CC three-month Pilot Tuesday and Saturday Market, the other locations include: Mililani High School on Sundays; Neal Blaisdell Center on Wednesdays; and Kailua Town Center on Thursdays. The HFBF's Farmers' Markets support the general operations of the HFBF.
About Kapi'olani Community College and the Culinary Institute of the Pacific:
Kapi'olani Community College has received national recognition for its strong 21st-century career programs, particularly in culinary arts and health sciences, which have roots in the very beginnings of the campus. Cross-cultural emphases in writing and critical thinking, information technology, service-learning and integrated international education and training provide students with a variety of choices to pursue their academic goals.
The Culinary Institute of the Pacific (CIP) is a network of six unique culinary education centers within the University of Hawai'i community college system, located on the islands of O'ahu, Maui, Hawai'i, and Kaua'i. The mission of the CIP is to offer to Hawai'i and the global community career, technical, cultural, and culinary education and training.
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2012 PAST PHOTOS OF TUESDAY FARMERS MARKET AT KCC
Questions? Ready for an appointment?
Date: Every Tuesday
Time: 4pm. to 7pm
Kapiolani Community College
Diamond Head Road and
4303 Diamond Head Road
Honolulu, HI 96816-4421
For more information, contact:
Hawaii Farm Bureau Federation
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