Photo Courtesy of The Hui No’eau Visual Arts Center

Celebrate Hawaiian Art

Today, Friday July 23, 2021 is the last day to visit the exhibition: ‘Apo A No‘eau: A Celebration of Hawaiian Craftsmanship at the Hui No’eau Gallery. This is an exhibition honoring the hana no‘eau (arts) of Hawai’i. Artwork features and draws inspiration from traditional Hawaiian handmade forms such as lauhala, kapa, wood working, feather work, ‘ohe kapala, and other aspects of Hawaiian material culture. You can also take a virtual tour here. For more information, visit

Photo Courtesy of the Maui Historical Society

Book a Museum Tour

If you haven’t heard Hale Hōʻikeʻike at the Bailey House recently reopened on July 15, 2021 and museum tours can be scheduled on Tuesdays and Thursdays. with limited availability until July 27th. The museum is a great opportunity to show your keiki Hawaiian history and they can explore artifacts, maps, photography, and the native and nonnative plants in the Chas Fisher Memorial Garden. For more information, visit

Start Collecting School Supplies

School is around the corner and if you haven’t started the hunt for school supplies, now is the time to start! While you’re collecting supplies for your own keiki, why not pick up extra for kids in need? Azeka Shopping Center is hosting Tools for Schools, a school supply donation drive through the end of the month with a goal to fill 500 backpacks. On Sunday, June 25th from 1-4pm at Ekolu Kitchen, donations will be accepted to receive a slice of flatbread and refreshments. Plus there will be live music by Elua Kane. For more drop off locations and information visit

Watch a Beatbox Battle

It’s great to see theaters opening up with live shows and next week on Thursday, July 29th at 7:30pm, the ProArts Playhouse in Kihei will feature the 2021 Hawai’i Beatbox Championship. Hosted by local legend Chino LaForge with  judges Hunty, Syntax, and Pono, the best beatboxers in Hawai’i will battle over 5 rounds to see who is crowned number one. There will be some adult language, so keep that in mind if you hope to bring your keiki. Tickets are only $15. For more information, visit

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