Halekiʻi Market Returns to South Kona
* Updated September 28, 5:17 PM
Halekiʻi Market will return to the Big Island this Saturday, Oct. 2.
The event will take place on the grounds of Kona Grill House, located at 81-951 Haleki’i Street in Kealakekua, from 9 am to 2 pm. Local art vendors, fresh food and live music will be offered.
The market will also feature its Keiki Entrepreneur candidates, presenting offerings such as beauty aides, custom tech-art printing products, artisanal crafts, personalized home decor products and specialized desserts.
Community outreach to include:
- The Maʻi Movement — bring donations of feminine products to stop period poverty
- Kona Lions Club — drop off your used prescription glasses on-site
- Circle Pack Hawaiʻi — shred your clean cardboard and use it for mulch, packing or pet bedding
The Halekiʻi Market is observing all government-mandated COVID-19 safety protocols, including hand sanitization and face masks. Shopper numbers will be monitored. For more information, visit [email protected] or call 808-960-7728.
Recently established in February 2020, Haleki’i FMCF is a monthly community collective serving the Big Island community with local kuleana and ʻohana-centered outreach, small business merchant offerings, sustainability focused and culturally enriched recreational programs and resources. Weekly highlights include free outdoor concert series with industry trending artists. Haleki’i is a grassroots, local Hawaii’ centered entity with collaborative support from KiK Ka’eaikahelelani, Inc., a 501-C3 nonprofit organization and the services of Kona Grill House.