seabury hall 45th annual craft fair offers family fun for mother’s day weekend

Maui is known for its scenic beauty, but when springtime arrives, Upcountry offers the best place to experience its splendor. Jacaranda trees burst into vibrant purple bloom along many of the roads, providing the perfect venue for a time-honored event that celebrates Mom and all-things beautiful – the 45th annual Seabury Hall Craft Fair.

This acclaimed Upcountry event takes place the day before Mother’s Day on Saturday, May 12, 2018 from 9am – 4pm at the Seabury Hall campus, just one mile above Makawao. The fair features the work of some of Hawai‘i’s finest artisans and crafters – over 100 this year – including woodworkers, jewelers, ceramists, weavers and more. It’s a relaxed setting for locating a unique “Made in Hawai‘i” gift that Mom will cherish. Live music, great food at both “Restaurant Row” and “La Patisserie”, a silent auction, rummage sale, a beautiful lei & plant sale, a giant waterslide, pony rides, games and fun for the kids ensure a great day for all. Year after year the live entertainment line-up is not to be missed.

Admission is $5 for adults. Children ages 12 and under are free. Free and premium parking will be available.

All proceeds from the Craft fair support Seabury Hall’s financial aid program. Approximately 33% of Seabury Hall students receive some form of financial help through this fund. Without it, a Seabury Hall education would not be a reality for many of these students.

Since 1964, Seabury Hall has provided an outstanding college preparatory education for students throughout the Maui community. This is reflected in its fine college admissions record as well as the successful collegiate careers of its graduates. It is also a learning institution that builds upon sound principles of education that are current, relevant and future-focused. This is balanced with a caring community in which every child is celebrated for his or her unique passions and accomplishments.

To reach Seabury Hall, take Haleakala Highway to the intersection of Makawao Avenue. Turn left on Makawao Avenue, at the four-way stop by Casanova’s and Polli’s, turn right onto Olinda Road. Up one mile you will see signs for Seabury Hall.

Come and spend the day upcountry on Saturday, May 12 and bring the whole ‘ohana. For more information please visit http://www.seaburyhall.org or call 572-7235.

 

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