My wife and I have been coming here for years because the products here are truly hand crafted and are quality products usually with the artist or crafter present. The most impressive part of the operation is how efficient the parking is. These guys have been doing this for years because they greet you and tell you where to stage your car and the next guy tells you where to proceed to the next available parking spot. It is a well planned event year in and out.
Review by RachelPerez5 years ago
Always on Saturday, the week before Morher's Day and the first week of December. Consistently find quality items at this craft fair! While there are the familiar, great vendors i.e. Green Bird Designs, Carol Sakai Ceramics, Emily Thomas Glass, BJ Russo, etc., there are always new vendors to discover, i.e. Sunkissed Cottage, Komakai Jewelry, and the card lady (Life is Swell) at this fair! Woo hoo!
Review by Juhura5 years ago
This was right up my alley in terms of finding gifts and just shopping in general. There were lots of homemade and professional looking crafts with an island flair. There was ono food (actually just one vendor) and shave ice that was perfect for the winter sunny day. The parking was kind of crazy when the lot filled up but I found a spot near the houses.
Review by MontanaTrucker8 years ago
This is a bi-annual fundraising event featuring Hawaii's most talented craftspeople showcasing their original handcrafted goods. Most products are not available anywhere else, created solely for this event. Large selection of original art, home accents, jewelry, clothing, pottery, stained glass, plants, woodworking and much more. There is also entertainment and food. Spend part of the day here then walk to the beach.
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