Tons of things to do for the Rest of October in Hawaii

Real Estate Agent with Oahu Real Estate Online LLC RB-20071

Hawaii Mountain MorningSo Get up and GO!  That’s it, walk away from the computer, grab the kids – GO!

OCT 21-23
Season’s Best Craft & Gift Fair,
Neal Blaisdell Exhibition Hall,  Fri: 5 – 9pm,  Sat: 9am – 7pm,  Sun: 9am – 4pm Over 250 booths of crafts, gifts & food.  $3 admission.  $1 Discount Coupon. Prize giveaways every 15 minutes!
OCT 22
Pauoa Fall Fair,
Pauoa Elementary School, 2301 Pauoa Rd,  10 am – 3 pm
Crafts, gifts, games with prizes, food & drinks.
OCT 22
Pohai Nani Craft Fair & Bake Sale – 11th Annual,
Pohai Nani Retirement Community, 45-090 Namoku St., Kaneohe,
9 am – 2 pm
Craft booths, bake sale, silent auction, food & entertainment.
OCT 22-23
Waikiki Artfest,
Kapiolani Park, by the Bandstand, Waikiki, 9 am – 4 pm
Featuring artists and handcrafters, music & food. 70-100 booths.
OCT 23
Fall Harvest Festival,
Haku Baldwin Center, 444 Makawao Ave., (below Makawao Vet Clinic),  9 am – 3 pm
Craft fair & farmers market, food booths, pony rides, petting zoo, games, haunted house, raffle, bake sale, costume contest & more!  Proceeds support their non-profit therapeutic programs.
Big Island
OCT 27-29
Hawaii Body and Beauty Trade Fair,
Hilo Civic Center,  Thurs (by invitation): 11am – 7pm,
Fri & Sat (open to public): 10am – 7pm,
New products and systems from manufacturers, producers & farmers focusing on wellness and beauty, with entertainment (music, dance, other performing arts) and food made with natural and organic based ingredients.
OCT 29
Celebrate Kaimuki Kanikapila,
on Waialae Ave (from Koko Head to 11th Ave), and at Kaimuki Community Park (corner of Waialae & 10th Ave), 9 am – 3 pm
Craft, food, artists, merchant booths and  entertainment.  Open to the public, free of charge, great family event,   130 booths.
OCT 29
Harvest Festival Craft and Gift Fair,
Pearl City Highlands Elementary School (PEACHES),
1419 Waimano Home Rd., 9 am – 3 pm
Great crafts & gifts for the upcoming holidays; food booths run by school grade levels & organizations from PEACHES.
OCT 29-30
Splendor of China Cultural and Trade Festival,
Neal Blaisdell Center Exhibition Hall, 777 Ward Ave.,
Sat: 10am – 9pm,  Sun: 10am – 5pm
Various performances by dancers, acrobats and musicians from China and other Asian countries; demonstrations of martial arts, Chinese medicine and fitness; keiki arts and crafts; wide variety of vendor booths, both local and from China.  General admission of $3 with children free and special discounts at sponsors’ organizations.

Comments (0)