Made in Hawaii Festival at the Blaisdell Center
Honolulu, Hawaii, August 3 (DHN) – If you love finding locally-made goods during your travels to Hawaii, then the Made in Hawaii Festival is your shopping Mecca. Held over three days at the Neal S. Blaisdell Exhibition Hall and Arena (August 19th through the 21st), the Made in Hawaii Festival feature only goods that have been made in the islands. The year’s Made in Hawaii Festival will be celebrating its 16th year. Locals and visitors alike love this festival as they can find a variety of products. The festival has over 430 vendor booths that offer tropical clothing, Hawaiian coffee and chocolate, travel blankets, koa wood crafts, books, silk-screened scarves, plants, art, photography, Niihau shell necklaces and home furnishings. You can even find Christmas ornaments made with sea shells! Produced by the Made in Hawaii Association, the festival is sponsored by First Hawaiian Bank.