The public is invited to attend the Kaua‘i Made Holly Jolly Holiday Fair Saturday, Dec. 15 at the front parking lot of the former Kmart store, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., according to a County of Kaua‘i press release.
Attendees will be able to shop for locally-made products, enjoy local entertainment, get their gifts wrapped, visit with Santa, as well as enlist the help of a Kaua‘i Made holiday helper who will offer gift ideas. A create-a-gift station provided by Home Depot will also be available for children.
The first 50 shoppers who show their Holly Jolly Kaua‘i Made gift receipt at the Kaua‘i Made booth will receive a free canvas bag. Also, all patrons who purchase Kaua‘i Made products from this fair will receive a free luggage tag.
The Kaua‘i Made program was launched by the county in 2006 with support from the Hawai‘i Tourism Authority. The aim of the program is to provide locally made products with more visibility and encourage production of value-added agricultural products. A wide range of these products is available through the program, including apparel and accessories, artwork, crafts, food, floral, health and beauty, jewelry, publications and more.
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