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Celebrate Earth Day

Join the Hawaii Wildlife Discovery Center to celebrate Earth Day. They have many activities planned, starting with an unveiling and blessing of a 120 ft. community-painted mural led by renowned Hawai’i nature artist Patrick Ching. Following the blessing, the Hawaii Wildlife Discovery Center will host a day of fun and several new exhibits. Entry is complimentary to the Discovery Center and Naturalists will be on hand all day sharing their expertise about Hawai’i’s wildlife, and to assist keiki in creating art out of marine debris. Check the post for a schedule of events.
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Make Music Hawai’i

This Saturday is a great time to stop by the Maui Ocean Center hosting Make Music Hawaiʻi — Maui Nui Mele. Headlining Make Music Hawaiʻi’s first major Maui debut is beloved GRAMMY ® and Nā Hōkū Hanohano award-winning Hawaiian singer and songwriter, John Cruz. Additional performers include the Kaulike Pescaia Trio, Jordan Soon, Waiolohia, the Kamehameha Middle School ʻUkelele Ensemble, Līpoa, Serene Gunnison, and Ron Kualaʻau. Ms. Universe, Brooke Lee will also be in attendance.

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Go Green and Head to Center Court

The Maui Mall Village is hosting Earth Day activities this Saturday at Center Court. Free for all ages, Kalama Intermediate School Ukulele Band will perform, as well as keiki crafts while supplies last, and a free potting workshop by 3rd Day Nursery. 
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Support Local Taro Farmers

On Friday, April 22 starting at 5pm, Moku Roots at Lahaina Gateway will be hosting a prix fixe taro-themed Earth Day dinner to raise money for Rotary Club of Lahaina Sunset’s scholarship program. Ten dollars of every ticket sold and $5 of every cocktail sold will be donated to the scholarships, which will go to Maui and Moloka’i college students entering environmental programs. On top of what looks like an incredible dinner, Grammy and Hoku Award-winning artist, George Kahumoku Jr. will also be playing live.

  • Moku Roots, 335 Keawe St. #211 Lahaina
  • Friday, April 22, 2022
  • Seatings start at 5pm
  • Cost: $75
  • To make a reservation, email [email protected].

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