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Keep it Kaimuki Holiday Market Pop-Up @ da Shop warehouse

  • da Shop: books + curisoites 3565 Harding Street honolulu, hi 96816 United States (map)

Pop-Up @ da Shop
Small Business Saturday
๐Ÿ“Œ November 24, 2018
9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

We are excited to invite you to our very first POP-UP @ da Shop, a holiday market that features locally-made and locally-loved gifts. This holiday market will take place in the warehouse space adjacent to the book shop on Small Business Saturday (SBS), November 24th, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

๐Ÿš— Parking available in lots between 11th Ave and Koko Head Ave
and at the Kaimuki Library parking lot (2 blocks away from da Shop)

Welcoming the listed below as our pop-up vendors!
MA.GA.NDA
MA.GA.NDA, meaning "beautiful," began as a serendipitous project inspired by the beauty of femininity. Featuring jewelry that provides light and minimalist pleasure. All pieces are handcrafted and one-of-a-kind for dressing up or casual accents.
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Amy Lee Calligraphy
offering personalized calligraphy for cards and gift tags. Bring your address book and stamps (we'll have stamps available, too) and get a head start on your holiday gift list
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Thad Higa of Tiny Zine Hawaii
featuring handmade art and literary zines, prints, and experimental journals
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Formidably Impressed and Lux + Alder (of Jiwa Jiwa Press)
featuring letterpress cards, gift tags, and all natural wax candles
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Things Japanese by Arlyne Morikawa
(shibori scarves, kasuri ornaments, kimono fabric & hand-stitched cards)
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Brady Evans, artist and printmaker
selling hand-made and self-published comics, storybooks, zines, art prints, and stickers
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Chloรฉ Selarque of Jahier Studio
selling hand-embroidered textile goods inspired by Hawaiian landscape and the Hokuleโ€™a.
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Minny Lee, bookmaker + photographer
selling hand-made books and books published by Datz Press
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Lauren May of Fine Spells
hand carved ceramic mamas and other decorated accessories

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Earlier Event: November 21
Hula & Storytelling with Kumu Malia
Later Event: November 29
Honolulu Photography Night