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Sacred Hearts Bazaar starts Friday

By Staff | Mar 4, 2010

Keiki will enjoy the turbo tubes, bouncers, giant slides, dunk tank, fish pond and fun games at the bazaar.

LAHAINA — The 38th annual Sacred Hearts School Bazaar will be held Friday and Saturday, March 5-6, at the school campus on the corner of Wainee and Dickenson streets in Lahaina.  

Event hours are 4 to 10 p.m. Admission is free.

Scrip may be purchased for a variety of bazaar offerings, including rides, games, a new beer garden and food. 

“The bazaar is West Maui’s biggest spring event that draws thousands of people to come together to help the students and their families, and the faculty and staff, raise money for educational programs,” said Lisa Donlon, a 2010 co-bazaar chair and mother of one daughter at Sacred Hearts School.

“We’re excited to provide two days of fun, and we’re comforted by the fact that events such as the bazaar can bring the community together and lift our spirits.”

Local entertainers Richard Ho‘opi‘i, Te Tafya, Howard Ahu, Scotty Rotten and An Den are scheduled to perform at the Sacred Hearts School Bazaar.

Each class will host an activity. Some of the consistent favorites are the rummage sale, silent auction, country kitchen, karaoke, plant sale and tattoo art.

This year, Maui Brews will sponsor a beer garden. Food booths will feature malasadas (an all-time bazaar favorite), along with food booths by some of West Maui’s top restaurants, including Leilani’s on the Beach at Whalers Village and Outback Steakhouse in the Lahaina Gateway Shopping Center.

The crowd will also enjoy local favorites such as chow fun, shoyu chicken, teriyaki beef and kalua pork.