WAIPOULI – The Sheraton Kaua’i Coconut Beach Resort will host a farmers market and a craft fair on Friday afternoon at its property located near CVS Long’s Drugs in Waipouli.
This is the first meeting of craft vendors and farmers to take place at the Sheraton Kaua’i Coconut Beach Resort after the start of the COVID19 pandemic that closed the island last year.
“We’re still here,” said Barbara Gusman, from the resort’s sales department. “We still have the Hawaii National Guard staying here. This market is the reach of our community in view of the recent closing of a nearby supermarket and the renovations that the hotel carried out during the pandemic. “
Both events will follow COVID-19 health and safety guidelines, which include wearing face masks and social detachment.
The fair will take place from 15h to 17h. in the resort’s parking lot.
Shoppers can extend their shopping experience by visiting the craft fair from 4pm to 7:30 pm. in the Moamoa Hawaiian Fish House and Daybreak Restaurant areas.
These two locations are the result of renovations that took place during the pandemic, and craft fair buyers can get an idea of the resort’s newest dining areas. Previously, areas were used to prepare food distribution for resort employees.
Both the Moamoa Hawaiian Fish House and the Daybreak Restaurant are currently unavailable, says the resort’s website.
Other dining options at Sheraton Kaua’i Coconut Beach Resort include The Crooked Surf, First Light Coffee & Juice Bar and Luau Makaiwa.