The countdown to the 35th Annual Kula Festival has begun! Be sure to mark the date of September 23, 2017 on your calendar and tell your friends and neighbors! 9:00am to 4:00p.m. Plenty of free parking right across the street at Keokea Park.



Crafters spaces are still available!



The two partner charities this year, as nominated by members of St. John’s congregation and selected by the vestry, Ka Hale A Ke Ola and Family Life Center.  Both charities will be present at the festival to answer questions about their programs.


Friday Night Event: “One Starry Night in Kula” Has been postponed due to the Liquor Commissions requirements for a special event liquor license for non profits.

Festival Admission: $1 per person or a donation of a can of food to the Maui Food Bank (kids 10 and under are free).


Auction: There will be both a live and silent auction during the Festival. There will also be the ever popular gift baskets.


Kids’ Zone: children 5 and up get a wristband allowing them all day access to the games. Price TBA. There will be kids’ food for purchase.


Free Farmers Market: As you enter the festival, on the left by the Parish Hall there will be produce from our upcountry farmers, plants, and flowers. Come early as these things sell out early!