As Matthew Agcolicol gestures toward an almost-finished mural in Wailuku Town I notice the tattoo on his arm that reads, “We are the small axe.” The weather has been on-and-off rainy, and, nearby, three Maui-born-and-raised artists are putting the final strokes on the vibrant wall, which only a week ago was a worn and forgotten dirty-white section of a vacant warehouse. … [Read more...] about Murals of Wailuku: 16 New Pieces of Public Art Paint Mauka to Makai
World-renowned artists from Hawai‘i and around the globe are painting several murals over the course of 10 days at four sites within the Wailuku Redevelopment Area and locations throughout Central Maui, beginning Jan. 28. The murals are part of a public art program through PangeaSeed Foundation, an international nonprofit that has created 300 murals in 14 countries with a … [Read more...] about Murals For Oceans Flowing Across Maui
PAUSE!!! Christmas is here, and that means we’ll be saying goodbye to 2018 soon. So let’s take a moment to celebrate the holidays by doing something merry. In case you’re in need of some ideas, the MauiTime Elves went on a sleigh ride to find the most festive fun for all! So brighten the holiday season with these cheery Christmas events! Photos with Santa... THE … [Read more...] about Christmas 2018, Maui Style!
The County of Maui is accepting applications for its boards, councils, commissions, and committees, including the Maui Planning Commission and the Moloka‘i Planning Commission. Responsibilities include hearing public testimony, reviewing policies and standards, and making recommendations. Positions are appointed by the mayor, and confirmed by the county council. Positions … [Read more...] about Make a difference in Maui County by serving on a board or commission
The first ever Harvest Festival will be happening on Market Street! Free food, fun, games, and music. Come help grow the farming community in Central Maui. There is no better food than the kind grown in your neighborhood. Sunday, October 14, 12-3pm. Market Street, (Market Street, Wailuku) photo courtesy flickr/lea-aharonovitch … [Read more...] about First Annual Harvest Festival in Wailuku