Alexander Academy Launches Online Dance Classes for All Ages and Abilities

Share this…FacebookTwitterPinterestPrintemail The upcountry dance studio Alexander Academy of Performing Arts (AAPA) is offering dance classes online for students of all ages to continue – or begin! – their dance education safely in the era of social distancing. In line with AAPA’s affordable tuition philosophy, the online classes cost just[Read more]

Island Happenings • March 27-29

Share this…FacebookTwitterPinterestPrintemailWednesday, March 25th marked the start of the “Stay at Home” order made by Mayor Victorino which will run until April 30th. A 14-day quarantine for all arrivals also began and school closures were extended to April 30th. As we hunker down in our homes for the safety of[Read more]

20 Questions: Writing Prompts for Your Family

Share this…FacebookTwitterPinterestPrintemailProcessing our emotions through writing offers a simple exercise anyone can do, at any time, simply by picking up a pen or typing away on a device. The Artists’ Way author Julia Cameron created the idea of “morning pages”—a daily practice of producing three, longhand pages of stream of[Read more]

Maui Ocean Center to Launch “Ocean Education Classroom”

Share this…FacebookTwitterPinterestPrintemail Free ocean-themed activities offered as relief amid coronavirus impacts Despite closing to the public in response to the coronavirus pandemic, Maui’s top attraction and world-class Aquarium will continue to share the beauty and wonder of Hawai‘i’s marine life through its new Ocean Education Classroom. Recognizing the impacts of school[Read more]

Spring Break Guidelines for Families

Share this…FacebookTwitterPinterestPrintemailSpring break has arrived across the state and the Hawai’i Department of Health has issued guidelines for families to protect themselves against COVID-19 infection.  “We know that traditionally spring break is a time when families go on trips or spend more time at the malls, theaters, restaurants, and other[Read more]