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Mākeke Kapolei
A Farmers' and Green Market
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Mālama Learning Center, Wai`anae Farmers' Market, and Kapolei High School are partnering to provide the community with Mākeke Kapolei, a weekly farmers' and green market.  Live, eat, and learn sustainably!

Join us every Thursday (except major holidays) - 3:00 - 6:30 p.m. at the Kapolei High School parking lot.

Vision
We envision an O‘ahu community that is healthy in mind, body and spirit by providing vibrant gathering places for the community, local food producers and Hawaiian cultural practitioners to connect, share, learn, teach, entertain, and express values that lead to healthy and affordable habits.

Mission

Using the power of partnerships and recognizing a farmers' market can be an important economic and social develoopment tool for the Kapolei community, Mākeke Kapolei will strive to create a gathering place to:

  • Preserve the knowledge, values and traditions of local farmers, food producers and Hawaiian cultural practitioners;
  • Support and encourage both new and experienced farmers to develop environmentally sound and economically viable practices;
  • Support and encourage cultural practitioners and artisans;
  • Provide our community weekly access to fresh, affordable, locally grown produce and products;
  • Provide an environment that invites and promotes the sharing, learning and expressing of malama pono among community members, vendors, students and educators.

 We gladly accept EBT and SNAP benefits!

Follow our Makeke Kapolei blog.

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For more information, call 808-692-8200 ext. 2267 or email info@malamalearningcenter.org.
New vendors welcome; low booth fees!
 
 

 

 
Current Vendors

Mahalo to the vendors of Mākeke Kapolei:

(Note: not all are present at every market)

 

  • Alex's Farm - all your fresh, local produce needs
  • Aulii's Treasure - locally hand-crafted seashell jewelry
  • Circle C Ranch - local, grass fed beef in a variety of cuts!
  • Five-O Ribs - smoked ribs by the plate or rack, smoked lasagna and more
  • Hawai'i Paracord All-star Dips - 13 different flavors, Hawai'i Chip Company, hot sauce and BBQ saucs
  • Hawaiian Twisted Taters - spiral-cut potatoes on a stick in a variety of flavors
  • Just 4 Fun - locally hand-crafted jewelry
  • Kahumana Farms - local certified organic produce grown in the fertile soils of Lualualei and harvested this morning!
  • Ka Omi Pa - traditional Hawaiian massage (lomilomi) by the minute!
  • KHS Drama Club - face painting and shave ice. All proceeds go to support the Kapolei High Drama Club!
  • KHS Culinary Program - variety of delicious soups and specials cooked up by the students of KHS
  • Keiki Cakes - vanilla, marble swirl, guava, chocolate with chocolate chip vegan and gluten free cupcakes & reusable farmers market bags
  • Ku'uipo's Snacks - spicy ahi rolls, furikake ahi, ahi patties, guava chicken, and other local favorites!
  • Mālama Learning Center - specialty drinks, nursery-raised plants, Finadene Sauces, Bokashi and MORE within the “Malama ‘Aina Market”
  • Manny's Island Sausage - locally made sausages in a variety of flavors including pastele and kim chee!  Sold hot with gandule rice or cold to take home and cook!
  • Mark's Specialties - pastele stew, garlic ahi, shrimp scampi, kalua pig plates all served with organic greens from MA`O Organic Farms
  • M & MZ Fresh Seafood- Guava smoked meat, Smoked Aku
  • MP Farms - all our fresh, local produce needs!
  • Munchie’z by Sweetpea Café - breakfast served all day! Also serving up mini ice cream pies and desserts!
  • New Violet's Grill - smoked/dried fish, musubi, bento and other local Japanese cuisine!
  • Paletas Hawai'i - local made gourmet fresh fruit ice cream bars in over 20 flavors!
  • Pork Grinds Hawai'i - local flavored pork rinds
  • Pomai's Kulolo - haupia, kulolo, "haulolo", and fresh poi!
  • Son Farm - fresh local produce
  • Smart 'Ohana - earth friendly, natural cleaning solutions.
  • Wai'anae Coast Comprehensive Health Center - health education
  • updated March 2014

     
    Cultural Presentation: Lomilomi

    hawaiian-lomi-lomiEach month, we feature a Hawaiian cultural practitioner demonstrating his or her craft. On Thursday, February 6, from 4-6 pm, Jerry 'Iokia give you a sense of healing. Massage is one of the oldest and most powerful forms of healing. Lomilomi, often referred to as massage or loving hands, is a unique healing massage derived from ancient Polynesians. Join Jerry ‘Iokia to learn techniques of lomi, effective body mechanics, hoʻoponopono (living in balance), the history of lomi and Hawaiian healing chants. This free and family-friendly activity is made possible by a grant from the Hawaiʻi Tourism Authority’s Living Hawaiian Culture program administered by the Hawaiʻi Community Foundation.

     
    Cultural Presentation: Valley Made 'Ukulele

    vmuEach month, we feature a Hawaiian cultural practitioner demonstrating his or her craft. On Thursday, December 12, 2013, Jerome and Debra Werner of "Valley Made 'Ukulele" from Wai'anae O'ahu, will give guests a rare opportunity to see the production of valley-made ukulele. Jerome and Debra Werner produce ukulele in the traditional method, as they were taught by their elders, building ukulele out of Koa wood. They practice and teach this method as they have done for many years. This free and family-friendly activity is made possible by a grant from the Hawaiʻi Tourism Authority’s Living Hawaiian Culture program administered by the Hawaiʻi Community Foundation.

     
    Cultural Presentation: Making Inamona

    pokeOn the first Thursday of each month, we feature a Hawaiian cultural practitioner demonstrating his or her craft. On November 7, Kumu Verne L. Nalani Kiaha of Hoaʻāina O Mākaha, an educational program from the Wai'anae Coast, will demonstrate making inamona, a condiment used in Hawaiian cooking made from roasted kukui nut and salts for poke (raw fish).  Mmmm. . .  this is something ‘ono! This free and family-friendly activity is made possible by a grant from the Hawaiʻi Tourism Authority’s Living Hawaiian Culture program administered by the Hawaiʻi Community Foundation.

     
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