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

Current list of  2017 participants.

  1. Tropical Paper Garden
  2. Baby Jolie's Closet
  3. Kaienas Gems
  4. Lifestyle Designs,LLC
  5. Hawaii Sensations
  6. Scentsy
  7. Jana Eligado - I donʻt know what she sells
  8. Edward Fuentes Jr
  9. Na Mea Nani
  10. Rapa Nui
  11. Forever Fab Lips By Dar
  12. Pareu Tahiti
  13. Island Sweets
  14. Leilona's
  15. Back2Basics Massage & Bodywork
  16. Paradise Kettle Corn
  17. LED Novelties Hawaii
  18. Lularoe
  19. Chellez LLC
  20. Thirty-One Gifts
  21. HMSA/Blue Zones Project

Food

Most vendors will be offering a Blues Zones inspired healthy dish.
  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. and more coming soon

Products and Services

  1. Paradise Kettle Corn - popcorn mixes
  2. E's the Pain Lomilomi Therapy–lomilomi therapy, biofreeze, t-shirts, la'aula'a'au body product and essential oils
  3. ACS Enterprises–hydro flasks, green tea, gripstics, picnic pals
  4. Avon–Skincare, bath gels, lotions
  5. JT'S Mobile Mini Golf Rentals–light-up items an child inflatable toys
  6. Tupperware–gift wrapped
  7. Hawaii Meth Project–Meth education/awareness - giveaways
  8. Dip Into Paradise–all stars dips, dehydrated dip mixes, taro & sweet potato chips, sauces, salad dressings, peanut butter
  9. Hawaii LED Helicopters-LED light-up items
  10. Oceanside Assisted Living
  11. and more coming soon

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

Now Accepting Applications for 2017!

Arts & Crafts Vendors

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

Now Accepting Applications for 2017!

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:
  • Archery for fun
  • Gyotaku fish printing
  • Chemistry fun
  • Facepainting
  • Origami

WCC Attractions

  • Agripharmatech–Two round-trip tours to the Bioprocessing Medicinal Garden Complex and discuss the nutraceutical plant-based products.
  • Registration for the garden tour at the Agripharmatech tent. The tour starts/ends at the tent. Tour 12  - 12:45 pm
  • 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