On Thursday, August 21st, I'll be appearing on Insights on PBS Hawaii at 8pm to talk about my race for Honolulu City Council. I'll have the opportunity to share why our community deserves someone who's from the district, someone who understands the every day challenges we face, and why I feel I'm the most qualified to represent you on the Honolulu City Council.Read more
On May 13, family and friends joined Trevor to help celebrate his birthday at a fundraiser at The M.
Since officially announcing my candidacy for the 4th Council District of the Honolulu City Council in March, I have been overwhelmed by the support I've received from friends and neighbors throughout the district. I've knocked on over 8,000 doors and through this experience, it's clear that this election is about the future our island home.Read more
As the Friends of Trevor Ozawa team continues to grow in my bid for Honolulu City Council, I look forward to listening to the concerns of my neighbors.Read more
Our community has a great Farmers' Market every Saturday from 7:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. at Parking Lot C (Off of Diamond Head Road) of Kapiolani Community College located at 4303 Diamond Head Road Honolulu, HI 96816-4421.
Why you should go:
- This is Honolulu's premiere farmers' market, the only one featuring all Hawaii grown and produced foods.
- This is a true farmers' market: the farmers and food producers are in attendance to tell you about their products, how they grow them and how you should prepare them.
- You'll find a variety of products including fruits, vegetables, flowers, beef, aqua cultured seafood, fresh baked breads, hand made pastas, tropical jams and jellies, unique snack foods, honey, baked goods, specialty seasonings and more. Shop for dinner at one stop.
- Come to eat breakfast: a different restaurant prepares hot breakfast plates each week. You'll also find fresh baked scones, oatcakes and other baked items to have with a cup of Hawaii-grown coffee.
What else you should know:
The Saturday Farmers' Market features top quality food items that are not readily available in other retail markets. Many of our vendors only supply restaurants. For example, you'll find:
- Nalo Greens from Nalo Farms, Waimanalo
- Sweet corn from Nozawa Farm, Kahuku
- Kauai shrimp by Ceatech, Kauai
- Farm raised moi by Cates International, Oahu
- Organic grass fed beef from North Shore Cattle Company, Haleiwa
- Vanilla beans and extract from Hawaiian Vanilla Co.
- Flavored mochi crunch by Pound da Mochi, Honolulu
- Organic eggs by Blue Lotus Farms
- Aged honey from Manoa Honey Company, Honolulu
- Heirloom tomatoes from North Shore Farms, Waialua
Tips for shoppers:
- Bring a shopping basket or bag; have a cooler with you, too.
- There's plenty of parking.
- There's lots of shade for pleasant shopping.
- It's THE happening place on Saturday mornings!
The Saturday Farmers' Market is co-sponsored by the Hawaii Farm Bureau Federation and the Culinary Institute of the Pacific at Kapiolani Community College.Read more