Booths
Woman helping child make a craft, another woman serving shave ice
Barbecue chicken cooking on grill
Line of children waitng to go on rides

Arts & Crafts
Products & Services

Current list of  2017 participants.

 
  1. Aloha Kai Sea Glass - Sea Glass and Shell Framed Art: Sea glass art, ornaments, jewelry, scented candles and mosaics.
  2. Amazing Bubbles - Original, hand-crafted, hand-painted wooden wands and cotton nets to make huge bubbles. Original bubble solution in gallon-sized plastic jugs
  3. AVON - AVON products
  4. Baby Jolie's Closet - Bibs, Baprons, Blankets, Bags, Hair Accessories, Children Clothing, Nursing Covers, Teething toys, Stuffed Toys, Shoes, and Accessories
  5. Balance Wellness Center - Service: Acusonic Massage, acupuncture/ sound therapy, CBD clinic pain creams, CBD rich nano enhanced hemp oil, blessence essential oil spray.
  6. Bellaʻs Glitzerglass - Unique handmade jewelry with genuine seaglass, shells and seeds. Temari Balls, Washi eggs, Hawaiian seed jewelry, Hawaiian genuine seaglass jewelry and decor
  7. Chellez LLC - Ruby Ribbon
  8. Cutco Cutlery - Cutco brand kitchen knives and accessories
  9. Hui Kālai Noʻeau: Hawaiian Carvings - Hawaiian Studies students created carved and hand-shaped cultural implements, one-of-a-kind fish hooks, kapa tools, replicas, Hawaiian games, surfboards, and more all made of wood, bone, stone, and shells.
  10. Forever Fab Lips by Dar - LipSense, selfie lights, Lip cases, Boutiques
  11. Hawaii Sensations - AkuaCreatives and Filthy Farmgirl products from Big Island
  12. Island Sweets - Succulent and air plants in ceramic vessels, terrariums and seashells, unique  wall plaques, wine charms, tags/ornaments, key chain holders, recycled bottle lamps and more.
  13. Kailua Wellness Center - Chair and table massages, hot/cold packs for sale, biofreeze, tigerbalm pain relieving ointments, massage equipment.
  14. Kaleiʻs Hawaiian Jewels - Hand crafted gems, ceramic jewerly key chains, lanyards for ID and Pearls in a oyster to shuck and set in jewerly
  15. Kaienas Gems - Handmade Jewelry Handmade Pouches
  16. Kealoha Concepts - Clothing and apparel
  17. Konani
  18. Laha'ole Lima Creations
  19. LED Novelties Hawaii - Light toys and novelties
  20. Leilona's - Hawaiian license plate frames
  21. Lifestyle Designs,LLC - Quadcopter, t-shirts, hats, jewelry, flarecopters
  22. Local Guyz - Screen printed T shirts with original designs.
  23. LuLaRoe Amy Casey - Lularoe products
  24. Lularoe Eri - Lularoe products
  25. LuLaroe Rosemarie Cheree - Lularoe products
  26. Lularoe MM - Lularoe products
  27. Lularoe RTK - Lularoe products
  28. Mana Hine - Men's and women's Apparel designed and sewn by me and my husband. Jewelry made by me. Original watercolor paintings
  29. Massage & bodywork
  30. Na Maka Nahiko - Ohe and Koa Kapala Earrings, Ohe Kapala Hair Picks and Stamps, Silver Shell and Pearl Earrings & Bracelets, Lauhala Earrings & Bracelets, Walewale
  31. Na Mea Nani - Hand made Jewelry and succulent plants
  32. Oahu Spine & Rehab - Free chair massages + information regarding Physical Therapy, Massage Therapy, Chiropractic and Rehabilitation services + 1 hour massage giveaway
  33. Paradise Kettle Corn - Kettle corn
  34. Pareu De Tahiti - Printed and homemade Tahitian PAREU.  Tahitian perle jewelry, necklaces, earrings, rings with Tahitian Perles & bracelets
  35. Puna Noni Naturals - Natural body care products and supplements using healing powers of the Noni.
  36. Senegence(LipSense) - LipSense, possible handmade jewelry
  37. Scentsy - Scentsy wickless fragrance. Wax bars, scent packs, car fresheners, room spray.
  38. Tropical Paper Garden - Vintage bag, wristlets, & headbands
  39. Tupperware - Tupperware products
  40. Quilts2order - All kinds of quilts
  41. UHFCU - Financial products such as checking, savings, auto loans, personal loans, etc.
  42. Unicorns in Paradise - Lularoe clothing
  43. With Aloha Lehua - Pyrography Art work and Jewelry: All pieces are done by hand, no two are identical. Digital Design: blankets, bags, greeting cards
  44. Blue Zones - Blue Zones Project is a community-led well being initiative aimed at helping our commuting live longer, better. Stop by their booth, A-4 to learn more. Sponsored by HMSA.

Food

  1. Erinʻs Shave Ice– Cool treats
  2. Uncle Lani's Poi Mochi
  3. Hawaiian Plate by GP Hawaiian Foods
  4. Olayʻs Thai Food Express
  5. Uala Leaf Cafe
  6. Hawaiian Honey Cones
  7. Papa 'Oles
  8. Honolulu Burger
  9. Delice Crepes
  10. Big City Diner

Non-Profit Organizations

  1. Big Brothers Big Sisters
  2. Kaneohe Neighborhood Board
  3. Pohai Nani Services@Home
  4. Hawaii Island Land Trust
  5. Hawaii Job Corps
  6. Hawaiian Women in Filmmaking
  7. Hina Mauka
  8. Chamber Music Hawaii
  9. Kaneohe Rotary
  10. Ko'olaupoko Hawaiian Civic Club
  11. Ko'olau Foundation
  12. Oahu Invasive Species
  13. Papahana Kualoa
  14. Partners in Development
  15. Waimanalo Health Center

Arts & Crafts Vendors

We are now closed for 2017.
Mahalo for your support.
Deadline for applications/payments is August 30, 2017. Contact Bill Sager bsager42@gmail.com or
Kehau Iwashita
hki@hawaii.edu
Arts & Craft Vendor fee: $140
Arts & Craft Booth Electricity (optional): $25

Now Accepting Applications for 2017!

Food Vendors

Deadline for applications/payments is August 15, 2017. Contact Gus Cobb-Adams, 235-7385 or gusca@hawaii.edu

Non-Profit Organizations

Deadline for applications/payments is August 30, 2017.
Contact Ned Busch, nedbusch@aol.com
Non-Profit vendor fee: $40

Keiki Rides & Games


Xtreme Fun Rides:
  • $2  Xtreme Fun Obstacle Course
  • $3  Super Sonic Ride
  • $2  Lil Swing Ride
  • $1  Fun House Slide
  • $2  Jungle combo play zone
  • $2  Jumper Combo Tickets/Wristbands sales booth
  • XFR Wristbands ($20.00 each)

OTHER ACTIVITIES:
  • Classic Car Show by Clydeʻs Auto Showcase of KailuaArchery for fun
  • Gyotaku fish printing
  • Chemistry fun
  • Facepainting
  • Origami

WCC Attractions

WCC 20-Minute Workshops
Faculty and students will present a variety of workshops between 11 am and 2 pm, located near the Arts & Crafts booths. Take advantage of this opportunity to learn more about what Windward CC has to offer!
 
11 am: Nick Logue (Theatre) – Theatre
11:20 am - 11:40 am: Stage Combat (student demonstrations)
11:40 am: Kim Bassford (Creative Media) – 10 Tips for Making Better Videos
12:00 pm: Jeff Ho & Lucille Gilbert (Speech) – Read Aloud: Vocal Variety and Interaction (for kids!)
12:20 pm: Sam Geiling (VET Tech) – Pet CPR
12:40 pm: Zachary Payne (Spanish) – Taking Foreign Languages
1:00 pm: Bryce Myers (Art) – Art: Shifting to Shape
1:20 pm: Ryan Koo (History) – History in Real Time
 
  • Agripharmatech–Tour the Bioprocessing Medicinal Garden Complex and discuss the nutraceutical plant-based products.
  • Botany Club–Medicinal plants and nutraceutical products for sale, as well as Botany Club membership registration.
  • Vet Tech–Pet care
  • Marine Option Program & PaCES–Gyotaku fish printing
  • Phi Thetta Kappa–facepainting
  • Math & Business–Brain gym
  • Physics–Rocketry fun
  • Art–kids activities
  • Ceramic Club–Raku demonstrations and sale in Hale Palanakila ceramic studio
  • Imaginarium Shows–STARS show at 11 am; one show only
  • Gallery ‘Iolani–Raku Ho'olule'a exhibition (open 10am–4pm)
  • Career and Community - keiki games, ocean safety education game, foodservice game
  • 20-Minute Mini-Workshops by WCC theatre, speech and language arts faculty NOON-2pm