Posts Tagged "family"

Mahalo to Our Festival Sponsors!

April 16, 2015
HaikuHoolaulea
With an average attendance of over 7,000 people each year, it truly takes a village to make this FREE EVENT happen. So many volunteers, donors and festival sponsors come together to make the Haiku Ho’olaule’a & Flower Festival happen each...

Keiki Zone: Fun for All!

April 14, 2015
HaikuHoolaulea
Keiki Zone // Peter Swanzy Photography The Haiku Ho’olaule’a & Flower Festival is a day full of fun, including an amazing Keiki Zone, parade and live entertainment! One of our Keiki Zone Chairs on the committee is Bronwyn Tatman. We...

Volunteers Needed: Sign-up today & help our beloved Haiku community!

April 14, 2015
HaikuHoolaulea
Our volunteers make this festival possible! We need you for this event to be successful. You’ll receive a free t-shirt for volunteering, as well as other perks depending on the number of shifts. Register online http://haikuhoolaulea.org/volunteer/ or call 808-727-3750. We need...

Want to Find Maui’s Largest Silent Auction? It’s at the Haiku Ho’olaule’a & Flower Festival!

March 23, 2015
HaikuHoolaulea
We’re just a few weeks away from our beloved festival on Northshore Maui. If you’ve ever attended then you understand just how magical this event is for everyone. What you may not have realized was that the Haiku Ho’olaule’a &...

It Takes a Village to Make a T-Shirt

  This year’s festival T-Shirts were created through a joint effort by Graphic Designer Sharon Shough, who created this year’s logo, Paragon Salon Owner Carrie Gebb, who chose the colors and styles for the tees, and Zepher Loesch, President of...

Haiku Alumni Parent & Maui Family Magazine’s Nicole Shipman, Talks Story

One word that describes the Haiku Ho’olaule’a & Flower Festival…COMMUNITY. -Nicole Shipman, Maui Family Magazine Of all people who know about kids’ activities on Maui – Nicole Shipman of Maui Family Magazine is the Queen of Information!  We were fortunate...

Keith Ranney Talks Story – Volunteering & Greening

We’ve been programmed to believe that a throw-away society is sustainable, but the truth is, it’s not.  -Keith Ranney, Volunteer Manager Keith Ranney is the Volunteer Manager for the 21st Annual Haiku Ho’olaule’a & Flower Festival. He is passionate about...

Keiki Bubble Station Sensation :)

@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...

Festival Boasts Amazing Made in Hawaii Artisans, Crafters and Creators

The 21st Annual Haiku Ho’olaule’a & Flower Festival is just two short weeks away! If you love unique, handmade items, then be sure to bring your shopping bags because there will be many “Made in Hawaii” artists, crafters and creators...

Happy Aloha Friday!

Happy Aloha Friday! Wow! The 21st Annual Haiku Ho’olaule’a & Flower Festival is just around the corner…You can help get the word out and stay up to date on festival happenings via Facebook and Twitter. Oh and be sure to...