Celebrate the 4th!
This Sunday, July 4th we celebrate Independence Day with BBQ get-togethers, beach days, and whether you’re a fan of them or not—fireworks. The Maui Humane Society shared this helpful resource page to help our furry family members cope with the noise. The Maui County Fire Department reminds us to follow the fireworks laws and be safe when using them, as well as use care with your grills and cooking. No matter what you do, we hope you choose to be safe for yourselves and the community.
Plan a movie night
Register now for an outdoor Maui Hui Movie event on Saturday, July 3, 2021, featuring Home Alone! Your attendance at these movie events supports youth entrepreneurs learning business and career skills as they help plan and host these community events. The registration link will direct you to more information about the movie, logistics and you can pre-order food! Concessions popcorn, candy, food, and refreshments will be available for sale at the event as well. The movie begins at dark (7:00 – 7:20 PM), you are welcome to check in as early as 6 PM. https://mauihuimalama.ticketspice.com/maui-hui-drive-in-movies
Welcome hula back
The 58th Annual Merrie Monarch hula competition started last night, July 1, and continues tonight as well as Saturday night. Round up the family in front of the TV or streaming device for this iconic celebration of Hawaiian culture. Due to the pandemic, the event has been modified and will not be open to the public. To watch the show, tune into the broadcast by Hawaiʻi News Now’s KFVE on July 1st, 2nd, and 3rd. You can also stream from anywhere in the world on hawaiinewsnow.com — beginning each night at 6:00pm HST.