There is a place on Kauai where you can buy island made-gifts and fresh produce
directly from the artisans and growers who produce them. It’s known as the Kauai
Products Fair. It is open daily for business from 9:00 am to 5:00 p.m.
You’ll recognize the fair, located on Kuhio Highway in Kapaa,
by the brightly colored flutter flags.

For more information, call 246-0988.






At this outdoor market, you can find things like handmade
mulberry back pack paper, mango wood jewelry boxes, stuffed sand animals,
banana bark books and stationary, coconut lamps, bamboo baskets, unusual
jewelry, aloha wear, paintings and photography.




You’re sure to find the perfect gift for that special person on your list
at “Unique Gift Shop”, Paradise Shells & Souvenirs” & “Chong’s Aloha Wear”.
Check out the weekly entertainment and fresh brewed coffee at the “Small Town Coffee Co”
which also serves breakfast and lunch.




“Hot Tropics by Iris Zemel” & “Renee Fashion Jewelry provides one of a kind
jewelry selection. Hand woven Hawaiian quilts, pillows and blankets, with their
bright Hawaiian colors are made individually by “Thita”.




“Kauai Creations” and “Memories Kauai” are two more examples of
Kauai Products Fair vendors who have gift items that have Kauai’s
beauty emulated in there special island merchandise.




The Kauai Products Fair highlights island vendors and the special
products that each of these vendors market. From “Eddie the Arab” and “Apple”,
to “Byra Ford Silk Flowers” and “Mr. Oh”, to wood carving artist “Island Tiki”,
to Lauhala crafts “Moolele Gifts”, to digital photography by “Charley” & “Lee Scott”,
to the variety of Kauai/Hawaii made jewelry, the Kauai Products Fair should be a
“must stop by and see” Kauai things to do.




The fair provides up to 30 vendor space to market and sell their products and
showcase the Island’s small business entrepreneurs.




A stop at the fair offers visitors a place to find unique gift to take home.
Take the time to talk to the vendors to learn the stories behind those gifts.

For more information, call 246-0988.