ON-GOING EVENTS

O'ahu Honolulu Zoo Fence Artists every Sat–Sun along the Honolulu Zoo Fence on Monsarrat Ave., across from Kapiolani Park bandstand in Waikiki, 9am–4pm.  Art & photography by some of Hawaii's best artists, shown & sold by the artists themselves.

O'ahu Waikiki Specialty Farmers’ Market every Saturday at Presidnt Thomas Jefferson Elementary School, 324 Kapahulu Avenue (corner of Kapahulu & Kuhio Ave across the Honolulu Zoo), 8am–2pm.  Lots of customer parking!   Homegrown & seasonal produce, plants, food, wholesale & resale merchandise and made-in-Hawaii crafts/products. Entertainment with continuous Hawaiian Cultural Events that include cultural demonstrations, FREE hula & ukulele lessons.

O'ahu It's the Spirit of Aloha at Wyndham Resorts, Waikiki — Every Saturday at Wyndham Resorts Main Lobby, 227 Lewers St., 11am–5pm.  Handmade in Hawaii crafts and packaged food items.

O'ahu Mahalo Reception at the Wyndham Resorts, Waikiki — Every Thursday (Except Thanksgiving Day) at Wyndham Resorts Main Lobby, 227 Lewers St., 11am–5pm. Made-in-Hawaii handcrafts & packaged food.

O'ahu Holidays at the Wyndham Resorts, Waikiki — Every Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday in Nov. & Dec. (except Christmas Eve & Christmas Day) at Wyndham Resorts Main Lobby, 227 Lewers St., 11am–5pm.  Handmade in Hawaii crafts and packaged food items.

O'ahu Creations of Hawaii at the Embassy Suites, Waikiki every Mondays and Wednesdays at Grand Lanai, 201 Beach Walk Waikiki, 4pm–8pm. Handmade in Hawaii items and packaged food.

O'ahu Kaka'ako Makai Community Cultural Marketplace every Friday & Saturday at the piano parking lot at Ilialo and Ahui St, oceanside at intersection of Ward Ave & Ala Moana Blvd., Fridays from 4:30–8pm, Saturdays from 9am–2pm.  A community-minded, non-GMO, sustainable green market that promotes Hawaiian culture and island traditions for residents and visitors, and features fresh island produce, fish, baked goodies, local foods, island coffees and teas, local artisans and crafters, hula/hawaiian language lessons and non-profits, local performers, and more.  Lots of free parking.  Everything is grown and/or made in Hawaii with aloha. Profits support The Childrens' Discovery Center, Living Life Source Foundation, The Next-Step Homeless Shelter and the Hawaii Healing Center.

O'ahu North Shore Country Market every Saturday at Sunset Beach Elementary School across from Pipeline! from 8am–2pm  Featuring fresh flowers, produce, jewelry, Hawaiian tapa cloth, baked goods, crafts, photos, t shirts, ono food, and fun! All products are locally grown or Hawaiian made.

Maui Binky's Hawaii — Monday thru Saturday, north of Lahaina in Honokowai District, from 11am–5pm.  Featuring artists, crafters and jewelers with handmade items,hand dyed yarn, piano key art, genuine sea glass, lampwork glass beads, original art, custom designs, and craft supplies.