Sacred Hearts Bazaar set for April 12-13
LAHAINA – On April 12 and 13, Sacred Hearts School will hold its Annual Bazaar, carrying on a tradition that is now 47 years old.
The event is a community tradition that brings generations of West Siders together.
The 2019 bazaar will take place from 4 to 10 p.m. on both Friday and Saturday.
There will be food booths, malasadas, Health and Wellness Rooms that will provide massages and adjustments, the Beer Garden and Kountry Kitchen.
The ladies in the Kountry Kitchen will have classic baked goods, local veggies, plants, pickled mango and more.
Children of all ages will have a blast visiting the array of game booths, Petting Zoo, Jumpy Castles, Laser Tag, a Super Slide, face painting and more.
For Friday, the entertainment lineup includes the Sacred Hearts School Choir, Maui Music Mission, Lahainaluna High School Band, Keoni’s Hot Lava Zumba Studio and ‘Aumakua Productions’ Hula Show.
On Saturday, the lineup includes Maui Zumba Kids, Kidz Zone with Coach Sue, 7am- Maui Prep School Band, Fred’s Garage and Darren Lee of the “Burn’n Love” Elvis show.
Other exciting features for the bazaar weekend include a silent auction and the fourth annual Art in Bloom, a mixed media Kids’ Art Show that takes place in the school cafeteria.
The theme this year is “The Garden of Eden.” Also part of Art in Bloom is a juried art contest open to students island-wide, preschool through high school.
Visit www.shs.maui.org for more information on the art contest.
Bazaar sponsors include Tropic Water; The Mark and Debi Rolfing Charitable Foundation; The Wharf Cinema Center; The Fish Market Maui; Thad Henry-Design Group, HI, Inc.; Chad Santiago of State Farm Insurance; and Dr. Glen Kadohiro, DDS.
In-kind donors include Leilani’s on the Beach, Kohola Brewery, Tante’s Fish Market, Northwest Electric, Goodfellow Brothers Inc., VIB and KCK Entertainment.