Three Markets to Enjoy This Weekend!

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Farmers’ Market News
December 1, 2011 – Vol. 3 Issue 48

Aloha Market Friend!

Three awesome markets to choose from this weekend.. we’ve got you covered… Town, Country, Suburbs!

AMFM HOLIDAY HOURS: Ala Moana Farmers’ Market will be adjusting our hours for the Holiday Season. Start the day early with the AMFM, be sure to grab a cup of KonaPele 100% Kona Coffee to get a jump start, then head down the market aisles for the freshest locally grown fruits and veggies from all your favorite farmers… And come hungry, we can fix that, too! Fresh out of the oven croissant from Baker Dudes? Jammin’ Breakfast Burrito? French Crepes? Sit down the in cafe and start the day off right. We will be open 7-10AM.

Hawaii Kai Farmers Market welcomes new vendors HbyH locally-made skin treats, Korean Tacos, and Vintage Soul Jewelry & Arts. And of course your favorite farmers, and foodies like the amazing Inferno’s Pizza and La Suisse Crepes. Save room for an OnoPop… and remember to bring your shopping bags!

Haleiwa Farmers’ Market showers you with great gift ideas as we showcase our artisans in the coming weeks. So many amazing choices… i need more friends and family to give them all too! From coffee, sauces, jams, & syrups to blown & fused glass, to hand-crafted re-purposed woods, to leather goods, to jewelry, clothing, hats & purses, to candles & soap… the list and selection goes on! See you Sunday.

Please visit us this weekend at Ala Moana Farmers’ Market (Saturday 7-10), Hawaii Kai Farmers’ Market (Saturday 9-1) and Haleiwa Farmers’ Market (Sunday 9-1)!


Enjoy this great list from Kimberly Snyder, at Stylist.
What would you add?


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