Keiki Bubble Station Sensation :)

Haiku Hoolaulea Instagram Contest Winner Theresa Haberstroh

@theresahaberstroh’s winning Instagram snapshot 2013

The Haiku Ho’olaule’a & Flower Festival “Keiki Zone” is always a hit with the community. This year we are fortunate to have Pacific Millworks and the American Windsurfing Tour as 100% donors, hosting a fun  Bubble Station in the Keiki Zone! Lindsay Grier will be running the Bubble Station, so we thought it would be great to hear more about their involvement in the festival this year:

1. Tell us about the Bubble Station that will be in the Keiki Zone.

The bubble station will offer several different ways for kids to create bubbles large and small!


2. Why did your family businesses decide to get involved with the Haiku Ho’olaule’a & Flower Festival?

Pacific Millworks and the American Windsurfing Tour became involved with the festival as relatives of my daughter, who attends kindergarten at Haiku School.  As a teacher at Maui High, I do not have my own business, so I asked them to participate.


3. Can you tell us a little about how the businesses got started?

Pacific Millworks was developed by Michael Grier. He had worked in a  few wood shops around Maui and loved working with local woods, so he decided to open his own shop at the Pauwela Cannery. Pacific Millworks is also contributing cutting boards for the silent auction.

The American Windsurfing Tour is owned by Samantha Bittner. She created the tour because she loved windsurfing.


4. What do you enjoy most about the festival?

I have always enjoyed the book swap, craft vendors, plant sale, and my daughter Audrey has loved riding the ponies and playing the keiki games.

Thank you, Lindsay, for taking the time to share about the Bubble Station!  You can learn more about Pacific Millworks on their website.  And see where the American Windsurfing Tour is headed next on their website!

And thanks, again, to all of our 100% donors and festival sponsors…you make this festival rock!

Want to see the other activities going on at the festival? Check out the festival MAP to find your favorite spots:


Note: We’re still looking for volunteers to fill 2-hour shifts for the festival. Please sign up today! Trouble signing up? Email Volunteer Manager Keith Ranney at keith(at)artofvolunteering(dot)com.


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