Shop Early, Stay For Keiki Ho‘ike

Get your holiday shopping done early (or at least start perusing for the perfect gift) Saturday at FOR’EWA Pono.

Vendors will showcase their businesses and products, and those interested in vendor space may contact Lei at There is a $35 charge for vendor space.

Gifts and other merchandise will be available from local crafters and vendors.

The community fair doubles as a recognition ceremony and keiki ho’ike from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., featuring Ho’ola ukulele and voice participants from Ewa Beach Community Based Development Association.

All participants in Ewa Beach CBDO programs, such as business entrepreneurs and its photography program, will be honored with certificates of completion.

Misty Kela’i, director of the Mayor’s Office of Culture and the Arts, will open the ceremony with an oli.

The public is welcome from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Hawaii Maoli, across from Kapolei fire station.