In honor of our kupuna, the 42nd annual Maui County Senior Citizens Fair returns this Saturday, Oct. 31 to War Memorial Gym. The public is invited to visit dozens of vendors dedicated to the care and well-being of the elderly as well as health screenings will be available. This year’s performances include Pu‘u Wai, Pearl Rose, […]
Join the Maui Bicycling League this Sunday, May 31, for an afternoon bike ride through Central Maui. It starts at the Kaunoa Senior Center in Kahului, heads to Island Grocery and then back. Family and friends alike are welcome to join the MBL’s continued efforts to educate both cyclists and drivers on the need to share the road. […]
Commemorate Memorial Day by giving back during Kaunoa Senior Center’s annual Blossoms for the Brave lei-making event this Friday, May 22 at the Kalana O Maui building in Wailuku. The public is invited to help string and collect 2,700 leis, which will be placed on the grave at the Maui Veteran’s Cemetery. Join Mayor Alan […]
Show your aloha for veterans this Friday during the annual Blossoms for the Brave lei-making event. The community is invited for a time of lei-making, talking story and live music. People from all walks of life will honor veterans with hand-strung leis. On Memorial Day itself, Girl Scouts will later place the leis on graves at the […]
The Kaunoa Senior Center presents a Tai Chi for Arthritis workshop this Thursday. There, seniors can learn various Tai Chi exercises with certified instructors. Using Dr. Pal Lam’s methods, attendants will practice their flexibility, muscle strength and balance. This has been shown to increase heart/lung activity, prevent falls and improve posture. Must call to register. 8:30am-12:30pm. Kaunoa […]
This Tuesday, the public is invited to a 90-minute course at the Kihei Public Library on basic computer skills directed by Al Bayless, an instructor at the Kaunoa Senior Center in Paia. Learn how to use a touchpad and mouse, navigate the desktop, connect to the Internet, create an email account and create a Word […]
A potluck picnic lunch in Spreckelsville sure sounds nice, huh? More than the makings for a swell Saturday, it’s the starts of the Sierra Club’s annual meeting. Add to the fellowship a noontime panel discussion themed “Sharing the Water,” and a feel-good awards ceremony for three of Maui’s do-gooders, and you’re afternoon is set.