Holiday wishes: Gift fair draws a crowd, benefits Make A Wish Hawaii

  • Jo Ann Iwane talks with customers perusing Saturday's special holiday gift fair benefiting Make A Wish Hawaii at Kona Commons in Kailua-Kona. Dozens of vendors offered an array of items — from stoneware and Tupperware to clocks, soap and delectables — during the event with all proceeds from vendor fees going toward Make A Wish Hawaii. (Chelsea Jensen/West Hawaii Today)

  • Saturday's special holiday gift fair benefiting Make A Wish Hawaii drew a crowd to Kona Commons Saturday in Kailua-Kona. Dozens of vendors offered an array of items — from stoneware and Tupperware to clocks, soap and delectables — during the event with all proceeds from vendor fees going toward Make A Wish Hawaii. (Chelsea Jensen/West Hawaii Today)

  • The Konawaena High School Centennial Celebration Committee was on hand selling items to raise funds for the 2021 centennial celebration slated Oct. 15-16, 2021. (Chelsea Jensen/West Hawaii Today)

  • The state Department of Transportation's Walk Wise Hawaii program took advantage of Saturday's special holiday gift fair to get the word out about safety this holiday season. (Chelsea Jensen/West Hawaii Today)

  • Customers peruse Saturday's special holiday gift fair benefiting Make A Wish Hawaii at Kona Commons in Kailua-Kona. Dozens of vendors offered an array of items -- from stoneware and Tupperware to clocks, soap and delectables -- during the event with all proceeds from vendor fees going toward Make A Wish Hawaii. (Chelsea Jensen/West Hawaii Today)

  • Customers peruse Saturday's special holiday gift fair benefiting Make A Wish Hawaii at Kona Commons in Kailua-Kona. Dozens of vendors offered an array of items -- from stoneware and Tupperware to clocks, soap and delectables -- during the event with all proceeds from vendor fees going toward Make A Wish Hawaii. (Chelsea Jensen/West Hawaii Today)

  • Customers peruse Saturday's special holiday gift fair benefiting Make A Wish Hawaii at Kona Commons in Kailua-Kona. Dozens of vendors offered an array of items -- from stoneware and Tupperware to clocks, soap and delectables -- during the event with all proceeds from vendor fees going toward Make A Wish Hawaii. (Chelsea Jensen/West Hawaii Today)

Saturday’s special holiday gift fair benefiting Make A Wish Hawaii drew a crowd to Kona Commons in Kailua-Kona, just in time to pick up some locally crafted items for family and friends for Christmas Day.

Dozens of vendors offered an array of items — from stoneware and Tupperware to clocks, soap and delectables — during the event with all proceeds from vendor fees going to nonprofit Make A Wish Hawaii.

The next event is set for Jan. 9 with Makua Lani Christian Academy’s Space Club as the beneficiary.

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