Waldorf Handcrafters' Market Day is a promotion and celebration of the unique and varied handcrafters residing in Hawaii. Hosted by Honolulu Waldorf School, Handcrafters' Market Day invites artisans and shoppers to come together under the majestic Monkey Pod trees on the Niu Valley campus and discover the hidden treasure that is Waldorf School. With its strong tradition of teaching handcrafting as a cornerstone of the curriculum from grades K-12, Waldorf Schools are a Mecca for artists of all mediums.
Come to the Niu Valley campus at 350 Ulua Street on Saturday, November 10, from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM and experience the rich culture of handcrafting. Enjoy pre-Thanksgiving holiday shopping for unique, one-of-a-kind gifts and treasures that are both practical and beautiful. Stop by one of several hands-on booths and discover your inner handcrafter with introductory lessons and do-it-yourself kits available for purchase. Enjoy delicious and healthy menu items from our world-class food and beverage vendors. You won't be disappointed. Easy and plentiful street parking and convenient access to restrooms ensures a fun day for the whole family.
Are you a Hawaii Handcrafter? Booth fees for this unique venue are just $55 for a 10 ft. by 10 ft. space on the athletic field of Honolulu Waldorf School. Vendors need to provide all tables, tents and chairs for their operation. Honolulu Waldorf School will provide the majestic space and marketing. Contact Pia Solywoda at 255-5200 or firstname.lastname@example.org for a Vendor's application or for more information.