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email us at danacutolo@Ny-Ala.com

 

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Staten Island, New York

(929) 269-2306

Natural Skin Care + Tropical Apparel & Accessories that contribute to reforestation and conservation of rainforests.

Events


Kakaako Summer Market, Celebration & Sale
Jul
14
10:00 AM10:00

Kakaako Summer Market, Celebration & Sale

The Down to Earth Kakaako store invites you to celebrate SUMMER in a big way at their Kakaako Summer Celebration and Sale! 

Saturday, July 14th • All Day Long 

There'll be huge discounts on these mega popular items while supplies last

ProductSales PriceRegular Price

HEALTH ADE GINGER LEMON GROWLER (64 OZ) $9.99$19.99

GARDEIN CRISPY TENDERS (9 OZ)$3.39$6.79

BRAGG'S APPLE CIDER VINEGAR (32 OZ)$4.49$8.99

C2O PURE COCONUT WATER (17.5 OZ)$1.39$2.69

DR. BRONNER'S LIQUID SOAP - PEPPERMINT HEMP (32 OZ)$8.99$17.99

DR. BRONNER'S LIQUID SOAP - LAVENDAR HEMP (32 OZ)$8.99$17.99

Enjoy additional storewide savings all day long

  • Get 10% off when you spend $50 or more storewide
  • Get 20% off when you spend $100 or more storewide
  • Get 30% off the Hot Bar and Salad Bar

Enjoy a Summer Market in the Keauhou Lane Paseo (walkway between the store and the parking garage) from 10am to 2pm

  • Live Entertainment
  • Local Vendors
  • Free Kids’ Activities
  • Awesome Giveaways including a set of all 4 colors of the Limited Edition PNW Hydroflasks Collection

Free 2 Hour Validated Parking Available Everyday in the Keauhou Public Parking Garage

For more info, please call (808) 947-3249

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$25 - Herbal Balms + Infusions D.I.Y. Class
Jul
11
6:00 PM18:00

$25 - Herbal Balms + Infusions D.I.Y. Class

We use herbal infusions to extract the medicinal benefits of plants to use in balms, salves and topical or internally used oils. Balms are the basis of all natural skin care and cosmetics. Learn how to make these essential products and how to use them in healing and cosmetics!

  • Learn how to prepare herbal oil infusions for skin + medicine, and how to make a balm with herbal oil
  • Learn what essential herbs help heal your skin
  • Make your own infusion to take home, with recipes and directions on how to use infusions

Dana Cutolo is the owner of Ny’Ala Skin Care, a line of luxury herbal body care, apparel and accessories that support reforestation and conservation efforts in highly endangered rainforests. Dana has 11 years of experience making natural cosmetics and body products which is rooted from her allergies to artificial fragrances. She is passionate about natural products, our environment, sustainability and reforestation. Learn more about Ny'ala Skin Care Products

For more information, please call (808) 947-3249.

$25/student, Registration Required

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Natural Skin Care and Business
Mar
21
12:00 PM12:00

Natural Skin Care and Business

Dana will be discussing how she came to start her small business. We will discuss branding and creating your own line of products and the importance of branching out within your field. 

Natural skin care is becoming more well-known, as are the effects of conventional products and treatments on the environment and our bodies. We will also discuss the most common natural care products and recipes!

*you must be a registered Paul Mitchell student, or contact Paul Mitchell School directly at  (808) 734-7007 to discuss entry.

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Honolulu Festival
Mar
10
to Mar 11

Honolulu Festival

  • Hawai'i Convention Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Experience Pacific Harmony at the Honolulu Festival

The Honolulu Festival is Hawaii’s premier cultural event, promoting mutual understanding, economic cooperation and ethnic harmony between the people of Hawaii and the Pacific Rim region. Each year, the Festival attracts thousands of new and returning spectators who are looking for an experience unique to Hawaii. Through educational programs and activities sponsored by the Honolulu Festival Foundation, the Festival has been successful in showcasing the rich and vibrant blend of Asia, Pacific and Hawaiian cultures to the rest of the world. The three day extravaganza takes place every year in March from Friday through Sunday. Performers from various countries and regions such as Japan, Australia, Tahiti, the Philippines, Taiwan, South Korea, Hawaii and the mainland United States get together and give dance performances and traditional art demonstrations. The Festival culminates with a spectacular parade down Kalakaua Avenue, the main street in Waikiki. Events and activities of the Honolulu Festival take place close to the city center, making them great outings for locals and tourists alike. Admission to all the events is free, ensuring that everyone can take part in the Festival.

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Art + Flea
Feb
16
5:00 PM17:00

Art + Flea

CRAFT FLEA + FOOD + LIVE MUSIC - come shop with local makers and creators!

Every month, ART + FLEA presents a unique monthly shopping experience for Hawaii’s talented creatives to showcase their goods and talents.  Over 60 independent artists, vintage collectors, DIYers, food trucks, handmade aficionados, and fashion designers are featured at each event, drawing an eclectic crowd of shoppers, music and art lovers alike. Alongside up-and-coming bands, your favorite local DJs, and changing themes, each event remains fresh.

 

Co-founders Aly Ishikuni and Nicole Franco started ART + FLEA with one goal in mind: to create an outlet for local vendors and artists to grow their business with limited overhead. Their dream event came to fruition with the first ART + FLEA in July of 2010. At the time, hints of life of an urban market scene were few and far between but Honolulu’s creative community was ready. Today, ART + FLEA has become one of Honolulu’s favorite monthly events where both artists and shoppers can genuinely connect.

Working with local organizations and non-profits, Art + Flea puts an emphasis on connecting creativity with community. Collaborations with Ward Village, KTUH, Big Brothers and Big Sisters, Youth Outreach, Hawaiian Humane Society, Morning Glass Coffee, Hawaii Theatre, The Pig & The Lady, Honolulu Zoo, Honolulu Museum of Art School just to name a few, have made possible events such as Hawaii's first Miyazaki Ghibli Film Festival and Hawaii's first Cat Cafe, Neko Cafe.

 

Today, Art+Flea is not just an event. It has become its own cultural movement in Hawaii, a place for creatives to bring their vision to the table, network, and connect with others that have a passion for something. Under the leadership of Art + Flea co-founder, Ishikuni-Sasaki, a strong, talented, dedicated team was formed. The people behind the company is a collective of artists ranging from musicians, dancers, and videographers to writers, photographers, and graphic designers.

 

MORI by Art + Flea, launched in 2014 at Ward Warehouse and has since been "The Gathering Place for Creatives," an artistically curated select shop featuring artists, designers, and makers from Art + Flea. Events to motivate and inspire people to "do what you love" include exclusive one-time pop-up sales, hands on workshops, art shows, Mori Live Sessions featuring local bands and musicians, and much more.

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