Maui’s favorite springtime event, the 36th annual Seabury Hall Craft Fair was held today Upcountry. This much anticipated event did not disappoint. Every year, the craft fair is held the day before Mother’s Day and for good reason. The event was packed with visitors and residents looking to pick up something unique and locally made for Mom.
Seabury Hall had fun for all ages: kids enjoyed the pony rides provided by Piiholo Ranch, the large double slip and slides, and the jumping castles, while adults shopped, looked at classic cars, enjoyed local food, and danced to the live bands.
Art on Maui has always been the major focus of the event, and again this year dozens of talented artists gathered to show and sell their goods. Everything from glass blowing to photography was featured at the many booths. We’ll make sure to come back next year, and we’re glad so many people came this time.
Year after year, for the past 5 years, I had been wanting to go to this Seabury Craft Fair because I heard it’s the best! Unfortunately, year after year a conflict in schedule arises (this year it was my son’s Taek Won Do Tournament). That weekend is a very busy weekend for Maui – lots of events going on.
Next year I hope to make it. I am crossing my fingers! Liza