MAKAWAO - Seabury Hall will celebrate its 40th annual Craft Fair from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, May 11, on the school's campus.
The event has been raising money for financial aid since 1973, giving hundreds of students the opportunity to pursue their dreams and hope for a brighter future.
The Seabury Hall Craft Fair features more than 100 of Hawaii's best artists and crafters. In years past, crafters have included woodworkers, traditional Hawaiian artists, jewelers, ceramists, weavers and much more.
Always held the day before Mother’s Day, the Seabury Hall Craft Fair is a wonderful event for the whole family.
There will be entertainment all day long with bands like Nuff Sedd, Dr. Nat & Rio Ritmo, Country Herb, Fred's Garage and Deep Cover on the main stage. Enjoy the lighter sounds of Sabrina Barron, Loni Starr and Joel Katz on the reflecting pond stage.
The Craft Fair's famous Restaurant Row will feature dishes from Amasia, Duo's, Flatbread Pizza, Hula Grill, Three's Bar & Grill, The Westin and Private Chef Lyndon Honda.
To make your day even sweeter, enjoy specialty desserts from the Pastry Chefs Showcase and homemade desserts from La Patisserie.
Attendees can also enjoy delicious specialty foods from around the world - veggie chow fun, Indian curry, pad thai and local favorites like kalua pig and cabbage, fried rice, and beef and chicken teriyaki.
Don't forget to buy something special for mom on Mother's Day. Shop for fresh produce from local farms and beautiful flower arrangements from Maunalei Flowers. Hundreds of treasures can also be found in the silent and live auctions, as well as the island's largest rummage sale.
Keiki activities will include games, face painting, pony rides and wet and dry slides.
All proceeds from the Craft Fair support Seabury Hall's financial aid program.
The event will be held on the Seabury Hall campus at 480 Olinda Road in Makawao. Admission is $5 for adults; children 12 and under are admitted free. Free parking is available, as well as premium parking for $10. Visit www.seaburyhall.org or call 572-7235.