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Tropical Farmers’ Markets – Oahu

The Hawaiian Islands offers a variety of climates in which to grow an assortment of fruits and vegetables. Farmers Markets in Hawaii showcase not only the vastness of produce available but many crafts, gifts, baked goods and fresh flowers. Shopping at a farmers’ market is a great way to meet local farmers and get fresh, flavorful produce. Below is a list of Farmers’ Markets on Oahu

Haleiwa Farmers’ Market on the North Shore. On Sundays from 9am to 1pm at the traffic signal on the old Kamehameha Hwy at the Bypass Road (Waimea side). Their first day was April 5, 2009. Let’s show our support by taking a drive to the country!

Sunday Farmers’ Market in Mililani
Mililani High School Parking Lot
8am – Noon

Hawaii Kai Farmers’ Market (produce)
Hawaii Kai Towne Center
Mondays & Saturdays
7:30am – 3:30pm

Waikiki Farmers’ Market (produce, island-style foods)
Waikiki Community Center
Tuesdays & Fridays
7am – 1pm

Fort Street Open Market (produce, flowers & plants, arts & crafts)
Tuesdays & Fridays
Wilcox Park (in front of Macy’s Downtown)
8am – 2pm
Pauahi & Fort Street
8am – 2pm

Farmers’ Market in Kailua (produce, flowers, dinner foods)
Kailua Town Center Parking Garage (behind Long’s)
5pm – 7:30pm

Saturday Farmers’ Market (produce, flowers, breakfast foods)
Kapiolani CC Parking Lot C
7:30am – 11am

He’eia Open Market (produce, flowers & plants, arts & crafts)
46-465 Kamehameha Hwy Kaneohe
He’eia State Park
9am – 3pm