Best Things to Do on Maui: Take in a Flower Festival!

Busy Bee Collecting Pollen

Busy Bee Collecting Pollen

On April 22 from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm, The 24th Annual Ha`iku Ho’olaule’a and Flower Festival will be held at the Haiku Elementary School in Haiku, Maui, to benefit Haiku Elementary School, Haiku Community Association and Boys & Girls Club Maui-Haiku. This event is free of charge, and has lots to offer the whole family.

Maui families and visitors are invited to spend the day, bring their lawn chairs and join the Haiku community to watch live entertainment, enjoy culinary delights from local restaurants and the Haiku PTA, floral design contest, a Haiku historical display, the famous Haiku bake sale, participate in one of the largest silent auctions on Maui, floral design and lei making contests, a Haiku historical display, local growers, and much more.

Haʻikū Hoʻolaulea & Flower Festival’s community celebration brings together Maui’s incredibly talented performers. There will be live music all day on the main stage, with special performances on the Keiki Stage.  Restaurants and food trucks will be coming from across Maui to serve popular dishes. Maui’s largest silent auction brings you great deals on a wide variety of items and gift certificates. The Ha`iku Ho’olaule’a offers made-on-Maui arts and crafts from our local artisans. The Keiki Zone has child-friendly activities, carnival games, face-painting, pony rides and more. The community living tent, hosted by the Haiku Community Association, lets you meet community groups and local businesses who are active on Maui.

http://haikuhoolaulea.org/