Kēōkea Market Offers Last-Minute Holiday Gifts
By Maui Now Staff
The Kēōkea Homestead Open Market offers last-minute shoppers an opportunity to find locally produced holiday gifts.
The marketplace is open from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. this Sunday, Dec. 21, near mile 16.9 of the Kula Highway at Kaʻama Street (about a quarter-mile past Grandma’s Coffeehouse).
Unique items available for purchase include: Kēōkea coffee, teas and honey; Deborah Crawley’s ginger candy and wafers; handmade glass, metal, pearl, silver and Hawaiian jewelry; and fresh produce from Kanehe, Moki’s and Olakino farms.
The non-profit Kēōkea Homestead Farm Lots Association hosts the open market on the second Sunday of each month, through April 2015.
The association represents Maui’s only Native Hawaiian agricultural homestead, encompassing 66 two-acre lots dedicated to sustainable, subsistence farming.
For more information including vendor applications, contact Karen Park at phone 870-3220 or email [email protected]