Island Crafters

Upcoming Craft Events

July 17th, 2013

Christmas is just 5 months away...if you're like me, you've already started planning for your holiday giving!  I'll be listing the upcoming Craft Events for all of you craft fair "groupies" might be looking for something for yourself, or to give to someone special.  Support your local crafting community!

July 19-20 / Hawaii All-Collectors Show / Neal Blaisdell Exhibition Hall / Fri: 3pm-9pm, Sat:10am-6pm, early entry Fri: 1:30pm  Hawaii's largest stricly collectibles and antiques show & sale featuring 150 booths with vendors from Oahu, neighbor islands, mainland U.S. and Japan offering everything from Aloha shirts, antiques, art, beads, estate jewelry, ktichen goods, stamps, coins, rattan & koa furniture, sportcards, surfing, kokeshi, pyrex, fire king, kimono, Chinese & Japanese antiques, textiles, toys, dolls, tribal, ukulele, Hawaiian Monarchy documents, autographs, medals, gold, silver, anime, vintage fashion, manga, orchids, bonsai and more.  Admission $5.  Early entry Fri, 1:30pm $20

July 20 (Sat) / Haleiwa Artfest / Liliuokalani Protestant Church grounds, Kamehameha Hwy, Haleiwa, (across Matsumoto Store, 9am-4pm Made in Hawaii handcrafts by the Handcrafters & Artisans Alliance.  On-site parking available.

July 21 (Sun) /99 Ranch Craft Fair / 99 Ranch Market / 1151 Mapunapuna St., 10am-2pm Handcrafts, unique one-of-a-kind items, clearance sale.


Thank you Island Craft Bulletin for the updated listing information!!!

2 Responses to “Upcoming Craft Events”

  1. thekirakollection:

    Shucks! Missed the 99 ranch one! Thanks for listing!

  2. Mara Nieves:

    October 4, 2013 "TASTE OF THE HAWAIIAN RANGE" AND AGRICULTURE FESTIVAL - HILTON WAIKOLOA VILLAGE This 6-8 p.m. event showcases the isle's grass-fed beef industry while bringing together local ranchers, farmers, restaurateurs and eager eaters to celebrate a bounty of locally produced food. Thirty-five of the state's top chefs have already confirmed their participation to prepare delectable dishes using grass-fed beef, pork, lamb, goat, mutton and wild boar, plus a cornucopia of fresh island fruit, veggies, honey, spices and beverages. Culinary adventure seekers can taste and enjoy all the cuts of grass-fed beef - everything from tongue to tail - prepared expertly by Hawai'i chefs. Enjoy familiar cuts like sirloin tip and ribs, plus beef cheek and the infamous "rocky mountain oysters" or bull testicles. While "tasting," attendees can meet HawaiÔiÕs food producers at gaily decorated vendor booths and talk story with the ranchers and farmers who make a living growing our food. The event also affords local food producers an opportunity to hook up with isle chefs and consumers. Learn how to use and prepare 100 percent pasture-raised beef at a 3 p.m. informative culinary activity: Grass-Fed Beef Cooking 101. This year's guest presenter is Hubert Des Marais, executive chef of The Fairmont Orchid, Hawai'i. The presentation includes sampling. Tickets for the evening Taste and Cooking 101 demo will be conveniently sold online starting July 1 at . Taste of the Hawaiian Range tickets remain priced at $40 presale; $60 at the door, while the fee for the cooking demo is $10. There will be ticket giveaways on Facebook at Taste of the Hawaiian Range and Twitter #TasteHI. For general event information, phone (808) 969-8228. Anyone who requires an auxiliary aid or service for effective communication or a modification of policies and procedures to participate in this event should contact Jeri Moniz at 808-960-8411 no later than Sept. 20.