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Sew Beanbags for Education!

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ORGANIZATION: Alexander & Baldwin Sugar Museum

  • A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
  • 2 people are interested

Join our Stitching Squad: Sew beanbags, and support Your Community Sugar Museum!

Calling all crafters with a heart for education! We need piles of empty beanbag shells for our education program. You can help by sewing for our interactive learning activities.

Why join us?

  • Make a tangible impact: Your handcrafted beanbags will be used in hands-on educational games and activities.
  • Flex your creativity: Put your sewing skills to good use and get creative with all the different colors and designs of the fabric we provide.
  • Join a vibrant community: Your contribution will be combined with the efforts of fellow volunteers who share your passion for education and crafting. Together, you will make learning a positive and memorable experience for our museum visitors.

Pattern and instructions can be found at www.sugarmuseum.com/team-3. We provide fabric, or use your own scraps. Contact us to learn more about this rewarding volunteer opportunity!

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About Alexander & Baldwin Sugar Museum


3957 Hansen Road, P.O. Box 125, Puunene, HI 96784, US

Mission Statement

The Alexander & Baldwin Sugar Museum is a 501 c3 non-profit organization dedicated to preserving and presenting the history and heritage of the sugar industry and the multi-ethnic cultural heritage which it engendered.


The story of sugar on Maui is told at the Alexander & Baldwin Sugar Museum. We are the main source for information on Maui's sugar history, and its multiethnic cultural heritage. We are located across from the historic 1902 Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Company mill (now closed) in what was once the thriving plantation town of Pu'unene. The museum is housed in one of the few historic buildings remaining from that era and contains exhibits about one of the most significant and influential periods in the Islands’ history. It presents information about the sugar industry, depicts sugar’s influence on the development of Maui’s water resources, and describes plantation community life and the immigrants who came here from all over the world to work in the fields and mills. Outdoor exhibits feature large harvesting and mill equipment.


Arts & Culture
Children & Youth
Education & Literacy
Arts & Culture, Children & Youth, Education & Literacy


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