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Holiday Shopping, Food, Crafts and More at Mele Kalikimaka Marketplace

(Sponsored) The third annual Mele Kalikimaka Marketplace takes place this Saturday, Dec. 9 and Sunday, Dec. 10.



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Mele Kalikimaka Marketplace
Photo: courtesy of mele kalikimaka marketplace

 

It’s the merriest shopping event of the year! The third annual Mele Kalikimaka Marketplace offers a variety of festive family activities, great food, fun make-and-take crafts, entertainment and one-stop holiday shopping—including a local gourmet gift section, an assortment of prepackaged gift baskets and pop up shops from local designers and makers, as well as year-end inventory specials from manufacturers, distributors and wholesalers. Snap a holiday selfie with Santa and Rudolph, and give back to O‘ahu’s keiki by participating in the Gingerbread Workshop with proceeds benefitting Kama‘āina Kids.

 

Mele Kalikimaka Marketplace

Blaisdell Exhibition Hall

Saturday, Dec. 9 | 10 a.m.–8 p.m.

Sunday, Dec. 10 | 10 a.m.–5 p.m.

$4 General entry | $3 Seniors and military | Free children 12 and younger

 

Mele Kalikimaka Marketplace is a community event organized by Pacific Expos, producer of Hawai‘i’s largest consumer expos. For more information, visit melekalikimakamarketplace.com.

 

Pacific Expos

 

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