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South Kona Green Market returns to Greenwell Garden

MEDIA RELEASE The County Council passed the legislation allowing the South Kona Green to return to The Amy B. H. Greenwell Ethnobotanical Garden. Mayor Billy Kenoi still needs to sign the bill, but he has indicated he will approve it. Kealakekua Ranch Center hosted the market the last two years, but it will return Sunday, […]

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South Kona Green Market holiday feast (Nov. 21)

South Kona Green Market holiday feast (Nov. 21)

Aloha Everyone, This Sunday is our annual “Feast in the Field” after Market hours. For you first timers, we tear down after Market, Push tents and tables together, and chow down! I have the turkeys covered and Drew will be cooking them in his imu (if you would like to help or witness the process, […]

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Special events at South Kona Green Market

Special events at South Kona Green Market

MEDIA RELEASE There’s plenty going on at The Green Market! Another opportunity to buy and sell local is upcoming: Green Clean VI is Oct. 2 at Antiques and Orchids in Captain Cook, next to Farm and Garden. The Green Clean is Community Recycle Rummage Sale with a special focus on antiques and collectibles. Clothes, housewares, […]

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South Kona Green Market rummage sale (May 15)

South Kona Green Market rummage sale (May 15)

The South Kona Green Market is hosting a rummage sale 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday, May 15 at Orchids & Antiques in Captain Cook. For more information, call 328-8797.

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South Kona Green Market celebrates one year

MEDIA RELEASE  This weekend marks the one-year anniversary of the South Kona Green Market.   An anniversary celebration of a Year in the Field is Sunday, Aug. 2, which includes a potluck “Feast in the Field.”   Vendors will put their tents and tables together and dish up a good old-fashioned party.   Organizers invite […]

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