The Holiday Craft Fair, sponsored by the Hawaiian Mission Houses Historic Site and Archives will be on Saturday, November 24, from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. It is one of the oldest craft fairs in Honolulu, and features only items made in Hawai'i and the artists who make them.
On the Saturday after Thanksgiving, the Holiday Craft Fair is timed to help you get your shopping done early so you can enjoy the season. With vendors at Hawaiian Mission Houses featuring an array of Hawai'i-made items, it will be easy for you to find that unique gift for someone special. All items sold are made in Hawai'i: glass artwork, jewelry, pottery, woodwork, artistic silk scarves, and an array of "onolicious" local food. The Waikiki Sunset Jammahs will be strolling the grounds and playing Hawaiian music from 11am to 1pm.
Kawaiaha'o Church has its Annual Holiday Mākeke and Craft Fair the same day just across the street, doubling the shopping possibilities. Kawaiaha'o's fair features a unique combination of old and new, "International" and "Made In Hawai'i" crafters. Throughout the day there will be entertainment, featuring keiki from Kawaiaha'o Church School and other friends. Bring the whole family to enjoy the event and the grounds that surround the oldest houses in Hawai'i and most venerable church in the state. For further information regarding parking, check our website. See you there!