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  WEEKLY RECURRING EVENTS

 Come shop with us at the following Events

Every Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday

you'll find us at:
Luau Kalamaku 
Kilohana Plantation
3-2087 Kaumualii Hwy., Lihue

Open shopping from 4:00-6:15 p.m.
No need to attend LUAU

Call or email for information 
mailelanis@gmail.com  808-651-2970 


 We are signed up and confirmed at 
 the following  EVENTS below

KCC Holiday Craft Fair
on the front lawn of
Kauai Community College 
Dec. 13  Saturday  8:30- 3:00 pm

Poipu Beach Craft Fair
 Poipu Beach Park
Dec. 13  Saturday  9:00-4:00 pm 

Mailelani's
Fabric Clearance Sale
End
of the year Extravaganza
only happens every 2 years
Call for information & location
808-245-7163
Dec 18-19-20 Thurs, Fri, Sat
8:00-2:00 pm 

We*ll also have all handbags and Mailelani's products available for that last minute Christmas  shoppers. No internet prices.. just Kama'aina rates

Marriott's Waiohai Beach Club
in the lobby & breeze way
Dec. 22,  Mon. 9 am-2 pm
 

About Us

We bring you the beauty and elegance of handmade gifts and crafts from Kauai, Hawaii, where we include a special touch of Aloha in each piece we create. Our goal is to share the uniqueness and diversity Hawaii has to offer everyone from Kama'aina (local islanders) to Malihini (island visitors). As with the warmth and brightness of our Hawaiian sun, our products will enhance your personality and lifestyle as well as reflect the beauty of your home. Enjoy the splendor of Hawaii's beauty with our products and give the gift of Aloha with our unique preselected gifts.

We invite you to browse and enjoy our creations through our online store and invite you to create an account with us or shop as a guest.

                                                     

About the Kauai Made® LogoKauai Made Logo

 Kauai Made products are identified by the ho‘okupu, an offering of an “honored gift” in traditional Hawaiian custom. In the Kauai Made logo image, this gift is wrapped in ti leaf. Often the ho’okupu was a lei (wreath) or an item of exceptional hand crafting and value. This symbol was chosen by the County of Kauai to reflect the deep respect we have for our aina (land), our people and the various cultures of our island.Made products are identified by the ho‘okupu, an offering of an “honored gift” in traditional Hawaiian custom. In the Kauai Made logo image, this gift is wrapped in ti leaf. Often the ho’okupu was a lei (wreath) or an item of exceptional hand crafting and value. This symbol was chosen by the County of Kauai to reflect the deep respect we have for our aina (land), our people and the various cultures of our island.
To use the Kauai Made logo, a product maker must demonstrate that the product is made on Kauai, by Kauai people, and where possible, using Kauai materials.

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