Aloha & Happy Monday to you!
I spent this rainy morning at a friend’s house sanding and priming some old chairs that are about to get a facelift! My friend volunteered to help with class art projects for the upcoming Haiku Ho’olaule’a & Flower Festival…not even really knowing how she would get the projects done. I really admire her bravery in taking on such a task and I’m honored that she asked for my upcycle help with the chairs.
For the festival this year I’m also going to volunteer a few hours to photograph the event. If you live in Maui or will be visiting in April, this free festival is a must to add to your calendar. There will be amazing live music, Made in Hawaii crafts, local businesses and non-profits, restaurants, a keiki zone…the works! You can find out more about it here or via Facebook or Twitter…we’d love to see you! Oh and all of the proceeds go to help the keiki in Haiku, Hawaii, through Haiku Elementary, Haiku Boys & Girls Club & the Haiku Community Association.
Haiku Ho’olaule’a & Flower Festival:
Saturday, April 12, 2014 from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Haiku Community Center
Yeah, upcycling for a cause…that’s a good way to spend a rainy day!
With mucho aloha,