Beach House to host craft fair

LIHUE — The first Beach House Craft Fair is scheduled Aug. 24 at The Beach House restaurant in Poipu.

The fair runs from 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on the oceanfront lawn adjacent to the restaurant. Parking is accessible on Lawai Road, or at the Lawai Beach Resort.

Over 20 crafters from around the island will display and sell items, with proceeds benefiting Kauai High School, Kapaa High School and Waimea High School.

Products featured include Talisiu Huni’s Kauai hand-carved tiki turtles, Donna Lee Crockett’s Tahitian Pearl bracelets, necklaces and earring’s, and Judy Mahon’s Hawaiian wish boxes.

Deborah Morris will feature Kauai drift wood with Kauai shells and Aletha Thomas will showcase the popular Monkeypod Jam made on Kauai.

For more information on the Beach House Craft Fair, contact Jeannine Marin or Edwin Vea at 808-742-1424.


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