The Haiku Ho`olaule`a & Flower Festival is a day-long community celebration and fundraising event helping the children of Haiku School, The Haiku Boys & Girls club and The Haiku Community Association.
The theme of this year’s Ho’olaule’a is, Keiki to Kupuna, growing hand in hand.
The gates will open at 9:00 a.m. and close at 3:00 p.m. The event is FREE and will be hosted by Haiku Elementary School.
Maui residents and visitors alike are invited to spend the day, bring their families, and enjoy a great day of community festivities. You are encouraged to relax in lawn chairs and join the Haiku community in watching fabulous live entertainment including Yum Yum Beast, Hot Apple Pie, Dr. Nat and Rio Ritmo, Uncle Richard Ho’opi’i, Crazy Fingers, Divino and the Maui Ohana Band and more. Enjoy culinary delights from local restaurants such as Milagros, Three’s Bar & Grill, Life Foods, Habibi, Café Mambo, Al’s BBQ Pit and the Haiku PTA. Purchase a delicious baked good from the famous Haiku bake sale, benefit from one of the largest silent auctions on Maui, get creative with floral design and lei making contests, submerge yourself in culture at the Haiku historical display and Hawaiian cultural activities, delight in watching your children having a blast in the Keiki Zone and much more!
In the Keiki Zone this year will be walk in water balls and mechanical bull rides courtesy of Morey Inc, Maui Ponies, Fabulous Faces, Abella Ohana mini golf, and the 5th grade Cakewalk. The Haiku PTA will also be face painting, presenting carnival games, free art projects and Hawaiian cultural activities.
The Haiku Ho`olaule`a & Flower Festival is a highlight event of the calendar year.
(Photo Courtesy of Peter Liu)
Money raised at this event benefits the keiki of Haiku school directly as it funds many of the extra curriculum activities such as art, music, science and sport. Money raised also goes towards the Haiku Boys & Girls club and The Haiku Community Association.
For more details, as the event unfolds, please follow the Haiku Ho‘olaule‘a & Flower Festival on Facebook or go to http://haikuhoolaulea.org/
The event will be designated on social media using the hashtag #PeaceLoveHaiku.
Mahalo, we hope to see you there!