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Join an educational tour of permaculture design features. Their goal is to create whole systems which produce healthy food sustainably and strive to grow needed amendments right on their land. Tours available: Fri, Sat and Tue 4-6pmFind out more »
Join a fun night of live music and community drumming. Learn traditional African drumming and play music together. All experience levels welcome. Drums provided. Donations accepted to pay for spaceFind out more »
Pacific Whale Foundation researchers will share findings from their study to determine safe boating speeds around humpback whales, with the ultimate goal of reducing vessel collisionsFind out more »
West Maui Professionals is the newest BNI Chapter in West Maui. We meet Wednesdays from 11:30 am -1:00 pm at Pi Artisan Pizzeria in Lahaina. If you are a local business owner or representative of your company and want to network, expand, learn, and grow with like-minded people, join us! We would love to have you!Find out more »
Comprised of concerned kama'aina over the decline of our marine resources with the objective to educate, create awareness, and establish pono practices that will help to ensure a future is left for the next generationsFind out more »
Surfing is one of Hawaii’s most iconic symbols. Well-known Hawaiian emersion educator, Pulama Collier, born on the northeast shores of Maui, will share her knowledge about spirituality and sport and the legends of Hawaiian women in surfing. Author and historian DeSoto Brown will describe and explain how Hawaiian surfing appeared in a century’s worth of advertising and other parts of pop culture in rare historic illustrationsFind out more »
Whale Tales is Hawaii’s premier whale research and education event, hosted by Whale Trust. Open to the public, this annual Maui event brings together international marine experts with residents and visitors from around the world. Renowned scientists, photographers, filmmakers, and conservationists will come together for presentations, whale watches, films, and an education/art expo. Benefit whale watches with the scientists, conservationists, and photographers will also run throughout the weekend. A $20 per day donation is encouraged to support Whale Tales’ beneficiaries.…Find out more »