43rd annual seabury hall craft fair May 7

Seabury CraftFair2010Seabury Hall will celebrate its 43rd annual Craft Fair from 9am – 4pm, on Saturday, May 7, 2016, on the Seabury Hall Campus in beautiful Upcountry Maui. The Craft Fair has been raising money for financial aid since 1973, giving hundreds of students the opportunity to pursue their dreams and hope for a brighter future.

The Seabury Hall Craft Fair brings together more than one hundred of Hawai‘i’s best artists and crafters, in addition to great entertainment, specialty foods, beautiful flower arrangements, exciting children’s games, a silent auction, and the island’s largest rummage sale. All proceeds from the Craft Fair support Seabury Hall’s financial aid program.

Over 33 percent of Seabury Hall students receive financial assistance from this fund, providing deserving students an opportunity for a high-quality college preparatory education, which might otherwise be unobtainable. With the goal of ensuring that financial need never gets in the way of a Seabury Hall education, parents, teachers and students work together to prepare for one of the best craft fairs in the state.

The Craft Fair is located on the Seabury Hall campus, at 480 Olinda Road in Makawao. Admission is $5 for adults. Children 12 and under are free. General parking is available at no charge, with premium parking for $10. Come and spend the day in beautiful upcountry Maui and bring the whole ohana.

Seabury Hall is a non-profit private college preparatory school and is affiliated with the Episcopal Church. It was founded in 1964, and serves middle and high school students. Seabury Hall was built upon sound principles of education that are current, relevant and future focused. Students are challenged to value excellence, perseverance, diversity, high personal standards and community. Seabury Hall is a designated Blue Ribbon School by the Department of Education. For more information about Seabury Hall please visit http://www.seaburyhall.org or call (808) 572-7235.

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