Maui Public Libraries to Launch Ukulele Lending Program

Share this…FacebookTwitterPinterestPrintemailMaui Public Libraries to Launch Ukulele Lending ProgramLaunch Event by Jake Shimabukuro with Guest Artist Andrew Molina Six Maui public libraries will launch a new lending collection of ‘ukulele beginning March 14th. Library patrons may borrow an ‘ukulele for a three-week period at no cost with a valid library[Read more]

DOH forewarns sellers of flavored cartridge e-cigs about FDA enforcement

Share this…FacebookTwitterPinterestPrintemailHawai‘i Department of Health forewarns manufacturers, distributors and sellers of flavored cartridge e-cigarettes about FDA enforcement actions The Hawai‘i Department of Health (DOH) is forewarning companies that make, distribute or sell flavored cartridge- or pod-based e-cigarettes to stop or risk the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) taking enforcement[Read more]

ART MAUI 2020

Share this…FacebookTwitterPinterestPrintemailART MAUI 2020 March 8 – 29  CALLING ALL MAUI COUNTY ARTISTS: Registration for Art Maui 2020 is open now through February 25! There is no theme so SUBMIT only your best work. Please read the Prospectus carefully for eligibility and expectations. After reading through our FAQ page, feel free to contact submissions@artmaui.com with any additional questions.[Read more]

Ways to Stop Worrying

Share this…FacebookTwitterPinterestPrintemailBe truthful, are you a worrier? We all worry from time to time, it’s normal. But when worrying becomes your go-to feeling, then it’s time to put into action some fun, simple and easy ways to kick that worrying habit to the curb. Get it out Grab a piece[Read more]

Choosing the Right School For You and Your Child

Share this…FacebookTwitterPinterestPrintemailChoosing the right school can be a daunting task. Here are some ways to find the right one for you and your child. Maui Family Magazine has created a wonderful resource for you to see the schools on Maui and then find the right one for your child. Be[Read more]

Five Ways to Make New Years Resolutions Stick

Share this…FacebookTwitterPinterestPrintemailSetting New Years Resolutions and Five Ways to Make Them Stick Okay, okay, we all do it. The New Year approaches and we set out to conquer our resolutions. But many times those resolutions simply don’t take, and by February they are a distant memory. If this sounds familiar,[Read more]

Get Glowing Skin for the New Year

Share this…FacebookTwitterPinterestPrintemailWe are often bombarded by media messages that encourage us to buy expensive face creams and washes, so that we will look younger. If you are wondering how to get glowing skin for the New Year, but don’t want to spend hundreds on manufactured products, there’s good news: with[Read more]

Test Taking Tips

Share this…FacebookTwitterPinterestPrintemailWhen we ask a child what they really like about school, “I love to take tests” is not what they declare.  Kids of all ages usually dread “the test”.  Sure some teachers might call it a quiz or a quest, but we must call a spade, a spade.  A[Read more]

“What’s Your Favorite”: The Question That Draws People Together

Share this…FacebookTwitterPinterestPrintemail  If you have ever asked a child what their favorite is, you have seen how that simple question sparks intense interest. Kids love to talk favorites – favorite color, favorite food, favorite activity. And when they discover how a favorite of yours matches a favorite of theirs, there’s[Read more]