Pusong Filipinx* market supports local Filipino/a/x and Filipino/a/x American small businesses who create their own products and offer them a platform to become more exposed to the local community. It was created to build a community for the millennial generation and future generations to freely express their Filipino/a/x identity in their own ways. Featuring various vendors, including retail, food and art at the Bishop Museum in Atherton Hālau & Hale Waʻa. The Market is open to everyone and highly encourages people of all ages and backgrounds to attend. Location: Atherton Hālau & Hale Waʻa. Parking: $5 per vehicle. Free event; registration required. Bishop Musuem Admission Not Included. More info: Pusong Filipinx the Market – Bishop Museum
*Pusong Filipinx derives from the phrase “Pusong Pinoy” which means “heart of Filipino” embodying Filipino culture and identity through various acts. The name represents the millennial generation of Filipino Americans to include all individuals of different backgrounds.
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