Maui

Seabury Hall’s Annual Craft Fair

Well folks, in case you did not know, Seabury Hall’s Craft Fair is the second largest event on Maui, only Maui County Fair beats it. This year the school will be having its 44th Annual Craft Fair. It is an awesome event, if you have never attended, I guarantee you that it is not going to disappoint. There is music, food, games, pony rides, gifts, and familiar faces to be seen.

As a parent of Seabury Hall students, I have had the pleasure to see the event from a completely different perspective, and I have no words to define how gratifying it is to give back to a school that has given so much to my children. On that day, parents and students come together to help make the event a success, and since it has been the second largest event on Maui for a long time, I think it shows how much pride there is behind the curtains.

Details

  • When: Saturday, May 13th, the day before Mother’s Day, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  • Where: On the Seabury Hall campus at 480 Olinda Road above Makawao
  • Admission: TBA. Children 12 and under are free
  • Parking: Free and premium parking available

More Information

If you would like more information about this event, please contact me.

Aloha,
Alex.

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