In an industrial park near downtown Kona you will find the Kona International Market. It has some unique shops that feature locally produced products and value pricing.
They include: "Goodies from Hawaii" which is owned by Alson and Margy Nakamura, where they feature handmade cooler wear, heat pillows, noni soap, and other Island made articles.
"Treasure Island" Gallery of the Exotic, owned by Zan Myers, with helper Suzanne Murdock, who feature the works of 40 local Artists, and 23 local companies.
"Freedom of Expression" owned by Kim Peeples, who makes amazing handmade local "magnetic" jewelry, as well as doodle bug fun coloring books for the "mature" colorer
A food court with valued priced food including, Mexican, Asian, Korean, Filipino, Tropical Smoothies, and a local Island Barbeque.
Worth a visit if you are visiting the downtown Kona Resort Area. They also have free entertainment and music including free Hula lessons every Wednesday starting at about 3:30 pm, free music with Ukulele Lehulehu every Friday at 10 a.m. , followed by free Ukulele lessons at 11 a.m. (check their website for days and schedule).
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