Blog: A taste of what you may find on Maui

Upcoming events this spring

upcoming eventsSaturday April 22nd ~ 24th Annual Haiku Hoolaulea and Flower Festival

This fundraiser takes place at Haiku Elementary School from 9AM-4PM. It features live entertainment (bring a chair to sit and enjoy), an artisan market place, flower competition & sale, restaurant row and silent auction. Proceeds benefit the school, Haiku community association and the Haiku Boys & Girls Club.

Saturday, May 13th ~ 44th Annual Seabury Hall Craft Fair

This is THE best known craft fair on Maui which takes place annually the day before Mother’s Day from 9AM-4PM. The setting is on the beautiful private school campus of Seabury Hall in upcountry Makawao. Picture white tents, blooming purple jacaranda and beautiful bicoastal views. There are lots of local artisans and crafters, games for the kids, live music, flower arrangements, restaurant alley, La Patisserie (bakery & coffee shop), a silent auction and also a large rummage sale. Proceeds benefit the financial aid program for Seabury Hall.

Saturday, May 13th ~ 9th Annual Brewers Festival

This festival takes place outdoors at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center from 3:30-7PM. Tickets are $45/person and include two 4oz drink tickets (additional drink tickets available for purchase) and unlimited from 26 local restaurant food trucks (no extra charge). There is live music and entertainment.

A few additional events to look out for:

April 28-May 14th ~ A Few Good Men (Iao Theater)

May 2 ~ Santana (A&B Amphitheater at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center)

May 6-7 MAPA Extravaganza

May 20-21 ~ West Side Story (Iao Theater)