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Join Our Story Studio every Wednesday at Seabury Hall in Makawao, to write better, navigate publishing, rework stuck ideas, and allow your writing talent and voice--in any form. They know you have stories to tell and are here to help that voice find its way. Led by dynamic teacher, coach, and seasoned local storyteller Nancy Taylor (N.T. Arévalo), these workshops provide the camaraderie and creative play all writers need. Each week, they'll focus on a different storytelling technique, look at…Find out more »
Whether you're working on fiction, memoir, or just want to get back into writing, Story Bootcamps can up your storytelling game. Jam packed with the fundamentals of writing, you'll also meet a new crew of writers on the same adventure. Taught by seasoned storyteller and dynamic teacher Nancy Taylor (N.T. Arévalo). Wherever you are in your writing journey, join her at Seabury Hall in Makawao. Space is limited. To learn more call/text or go online.Find out more »
Recovered alcoholics share a common purpose: to assure that Alcoholics Anonymous will continue to be available to those who need. Public Information committees in AA carry the message of recovery to the still-suffering alcoholic by informing the general public about the AA program. They do this in part through the media, schools, industry, and others. For days, times, locations and/or more information, call, email or visit the websiteFind out more »
Writers young, old, published, or rusty: Join Our Story Studio writer Nancy Taylor (N.T. Arévalo) and other writers to talk story, publishing, and writing. For location and to learn more call/text or go online.Find out more »
View Maui's hottest hot rods and classic cars in the north parking lotFind out more »
The Polanui Hiu is comprised of a group of concerned kama'aina over the decline of our marine resources. The Hiu believes that by involving people of like minds and like hearts and working together, the reefs can heal and find balance. The major objectives are to educate, create awareness, and establish pono practices that will help to ensure a future is left for the next generationsFind out more »
Cruise with Maui’s car and truck club and their friends as they showcase their low riders and lifted vehicles every 2nd and 4th SaturdaysFind out more »