Vendor Space For March WCC Fest
What’s a festival without ono grinds and craft booths? Food and craft vendors can apply, no later than March 1, to participate in Windward Community College’s second annual Paliku Arts Festival slated for March 31.
Food vendors must provide their own tent and have their G.E.T. license, DoH food booth permit and insurance in order. Setup fee is $350. The fee for arts or craft booths is $75 for a 10-by-10 space, with preference given to handcrafted items made in Hawaii.
Held from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., with an emphasis on “doing” art, the festival’s instructors and students introduce visitors to various art forms, while entertainment includes demonstrations, an art exhibition, a free theatre performance and musical acts.
Last year’s festival drew a crowd of 4,000 and was particularly a hit with the keiki.
Download application forms at wcc.hawaii.edu/palikuartsfestival, fill them out and mail them to Rob Molyneux, WCC, 45-720 Kea’ahala Road, Kaneohe, HI 96744.
For more information, contact Molyneux at email@example.com.