Kula Country Farms is having their annual “Spring Fling” and Easter Egg Hunt this year in the Childrens Garden for ages 1 thru 8. Come on up and visit with the Easter Bunny, pick strawberries at their U-pick which officially opens in March! Firefly and Tinkerbell will have their bunny ears on ready to greet all of the keiki. Food, crafts, flowers, goodies to take home. Renee will be doing facepainting. Lots of Fun! March 31st 11am-2pm. Bring the Ohana! www.facebook.com/kulacountryfarms
Photos with the Easter Bunny
Queen Ka’ahumanu Center March 24th-April 7th
Photo set hours:
SUNDAY April 1, 2012
- Easter Egg Hunt – Over 600 eggs hidden and 12 golden eggs. Find the golden egg and get a special Easter gift.
- Petting Zoo – Baby chicks and rabbits with Haku Baldwin Center, a non-profit organization who focuses on animal-assisted therapy and humane animal education.
- Miniature Pony Rides – Two miniature horses for children 60 pounds or less.
- Maui Cartoon Characters – Dance performance and picture taking with two characters – Hello Kitty and Elmo.
- Easter Crafts, Face Painting, Spin the Prize Wheel – everyone is a winner!, Prize Drawings, Free Food/Drinks – Popcorn, slushies and bottled water
Saturday April 7th, 9am-3pm
10-11am Free Easter Egg Hunt 2-10yrs.
10-12 Free Easter Events
Jumping Castle, Face Painting, Easter Bunny
On April 7, 2012, the annual Maui County Agricultural Festival celebrates once again agriculture’s vital role in the economy, environment, and lifestyle of Maui. Held on the lü‘au grounds of Maui Tropical Plantation in Waikapü and in its fifth year,Maui’s prime event to raise awareness about local agriculture on Maui invites Maui to talk story with the people who grow our food and their industry allies, to discover what agriculture means to our communities and ‘āina. Hosted by Maui County Farm Bureau in partnership with the County of Maui, Office of Economic Development the festival provides the one-stop experience of the wondrous impact of agriculture in our day-to-day life. Perfect for families, parents and children will enjoy the Victory Farm to see what Maui grows, the Grown on Maui Farmers Market featuring 50-plus farmers, entertainment at the center stage, keiki zone with arts & crafts, Kula Country Farms is sponsoring the Easter Egg Hunt, vegetable planting, face painting, horseback rides, tram rides, and new this year, Whole Foods Market brings its Whole Foods Keiki Kitchen to Ag Festival. This is a chef-lead activity station where kids (moms and dads too!) will learn how to make healthful meals or snacks. Registration will be available on sign by age groups. Thereʻs also a tent devoted toag education in the classroom. Parents, educators and Maui youth learn more about the fun, educational opportunities in schools island wide. Learn how to get involved and if an educational or career pathway in ag is your calling. The event runs from 9 am – 4 pm. Come for all or a part of Mauiʻs premier ag event. Details online at www.mauicountyfarmbureau.
April 7 – Easter Celebration at the Maui Mall
Take your picture with the Easter bunny, enjoy fun keiki entertainment, and an Easter hunt!
Come Sunday Easter Brunch Buffets abound- especially kid friendly are the Ka’anapali Beach Hotel www.kbhmaui.com, Pacific Whale Foundation Easter Brunch Cruise is special, the Ritz carlton has a nice brunch with an Easter Egg Hunt for the Keiki.