On October 10-11th, over 300 cancer survivors and supporters will paddle six-person outrigger canoes from Kihei to Ka'anapali, a 50-mile round trip journey, to raise funds for Maui's cancer community. It's not a race... it's a voyage, and all of our Maui Ohana are invited to join us for the event. You can get your own team together or join a crew. Experience the Hawaiian … [Read more...] about 12th Annual Paddle for Life
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Join Maui Humane Society's FUNraiser "Bob Bobs for Balls!" Featuring the main event, Bob bobbing for one lucky tennis ball! Bob Vance, a surrendered Sharpei-mix, spent 7 months at Maui Humane Society looking for his perfect home. Along the way, Bob became the first graduate of our new Behavior Program, designed to help enrich the lives of dogs in our care, while teaching … [Read more...] about Bob Bobs for Balls – Maui Humane Society Fundraiser
The Arbor Day Garden Expo & Tree Giveaway is an extended event in 2020! In partnership with Maui Electric Company and Kaulunani Urban and Community Forestry Program, Maui Nui Botanical Gardens and the Maui Association of Landscape Professionals will host tree and plant care lectures and webinars, a Maui nursery open house, and a giveaway of more than 1,000 Hawaiian … [Read more...] about Arbor Day Garden Expo & Tree Giveaway 2020
Today, it was announced by the Maui Jim Maui Invitational that this year’s event will be moved from the Lahaina Civic Center to Asheville, North Carolina. The decision was made as a result of the ongoing circumstances brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic. Councilmember Riki Hokama, chair of the Council’s Healthy Families and Communities Committee which oversees the … [Read more...] about Councilmember Hokama Expresses Support for Maui Jim Maui Invitational
“Antebellum,” the racially charged horror film from writer/directors Gerard Bush and Christopher Renz, opens with this quote from William Faulkner: “The past is never dead. It’s not even past.” Then we see a traveling shot, done in one take, in which the camera covers the daily operations taking place on a vast slave plantation. We see Confederate soldiers walking around as … [Read more...] about Antebellum NEW MOVIE REVIEW