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Annual Kula School Harvest Festival Dec. 6

November 15, 2015, 11:00 AM HST
* Updated November 21, 2:32 PM
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Annual Kula School Harvest Festival. Kula School photo.

*UPDATE: The Harvest Festival that was marked for Nov. 21, has been postponed until Dec. 6, 2015.

The 28th Annual Kula School Harvest Festival, a fundraiser for the school’s enrichment programs, is now scheduled for Sunday, Dec. 6, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Admission is free.

Join the Kula community for a fun event on the slopes of Haleakalā surrounded by amazing views and enjoy live entertainment, Market Street showcasing talented local crafters, pony rides, hay rides, a silent auction, book fair, Country Store, artisan marketplace, Restaurant Row and fresh food.

Maui Ocean Center will make a special presentation with live marine life.

Kula School is located at 5000 Kula Highway in Kula. For more information, go online.

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The Harvest Festival that was marked for Nov. 21, has been postponed until Dec. 6

The Harvest Festival that was marked for Nov. 21, has been postponed until Dec. 6

Annual Kula School Harvest Festival. Kula School photo.

Annual Kula School Harvest Festival. Kula School photo.

Annual Kula School Harvest Festival. Kula School photo.

Annual Kula School Harvest Festival. Kula School photo.

Annual Kula School Harvest Festival. Kula School photo.

Annual Kula School Harvest Festival. Kula School image.

Annual Kula School Harvest Festival. Kula School image.

Annual Kula School Harvest Festival. Kula School photo.

Annual Kula School Harvest Festival. Kula School photo.

Annual Kula School Harvest Festival. Kula School photo.

Annual Kula School Harvest Festival. Kula School photo.

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