Monthly market pops up at Waikiki's Royal Hawaiian Center

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A vendor sells her crafts at the Royal Hawaiian Center during the monthly pop-up marketplace.
A vendor sells her crafts at the Royal Hawaiian Center during the monthly pop-up marketplace. Photo Credit: Courtesy of Royal Hawaiian Center

The Royal Hawaiian Center in Waikiki is bringing more local vendors and Hawaii-made products to its retail space. In partnership with the Malama Hawaii Makers Market, there will be a pop-up marketplace held at the center every third Friday of each month in 2023.

"We are thrilled to announce our partnership with Malama Hawaii Makers Market, continuing to support local and small businesses throughout Oahu," said Marleen Akau, vice president and general manager of the Royal Hawaiian Center, in a press release. "We hope everyone finds the perfect gifts for their loved ones and enjoys the return of the market in the new year to get their hands on those items they have missed out on."

The marketplace, which is located on the third floor, offers hand-made products, local art, jewelry and food. The first event of the year is on Friday, Jan. 20.

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