Grow Some Good 2020 Volunteer Training to Launch Spring 2020

Maui’s farm to school organization, Grow Some Good, has thrived for more than 11 years with strong support by the school administration, teachers, staff, and the surrounding community. According to the organization’s executive director, Kathy Becklin, Grow Some Good coordinators manage the day-to-day operations and maintenance in the garden with[Read more]

Maui Family Weekend Guide February 14–16

Whale Trust(808) 572-5700 • www.whaletales.orgThe Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua Whale Tales 2020Fri.–Mon., Feb. 14–17Learn about whales and dolphins from top scientists and conservationists, and experience stunning visuals from world-renowned photographers and videographers. Daily presentations and education stations. Family Day Whale Watch on Monday, February 17 at 9:45am. Kihei Public Library(808) 875-6833 • Waimāhaʻihaʻi St., Kihei[Read more]

Maui Ocean Center Launches Kuilima Community Program by Presenting the 9th Annual Maui 5k

Kuilima, meaning to join “arm-in-arm”, is Maui Ocean Center’s new community program that gives back to local non-profit organizations, schools, and other community organizations. In celebration of Maui Ocean Center’s 22nd Anniversary, the Aquarium is proud to present the 9th Annual Maui 5K, in partnership with Run for Fitness, on Sunday, March 1, 2020. The Maui 5K is a fun, healthy atmosphere open to parents,[Read more]


Calling all kalo farmers and poi enthusiasts!  Hoaloha Farms in Waikapū, with the support of Hawaiʻi Farmers Union United’s Mauna Kahalawai Chapter, is building a community hale kuʻi to host ongoing kuʻi kalo (poi pounding) sessions and other cultural workshops. The group will also design and plant an adjacent food[Read more]

Maui Family Weekend Guide February 7–9

Kahului Public Library808-873-3097 • 90 School St., Kahului Friday Film Flicks at Kahului LibraryFriday, February 7 • 2:30pm–4:30pm Join us for some after-school movies in the children’s area in honor of Black History Month from 2:30-4:30pm every Friday this February: February 7— The 1980’s classic is given a kung-fu twist[Read more]

Exciting News from Maui’s Community Art Center

Hui No’eau Visual Arts Center’s Board of Directors is pleased to announce the permanent appointment of Anne-Marie Forsythe as Executive Director. Previously she had been announced as the Interim Executive Director. Anne-Marie will continue to oversee all operations and fundraising.  While transitioning into her new role the Hui embarked on their[Read more]