Photo courtesy of The Sugar Museum

Share your garden memories

Help the Sugar Museum plant a garden. They are making plans to replicate a plantation camp garden as an educational service to the community, and are looking for memories and stories about what types of vegetable and flower gardens were grown during that era. Your stories and advice will guide the planning process. Gardening tips and recipes are appreciated, too! Please send to [email protected]. If you’d like to visit, the Sugar Museum is open Monday through Thursday, 10-2, with the last admission at 1 p.m. Free admission with valid Hawaii I.D. $7 adults, $5 seniors 60+, $2 children 6-12, Free age 5 and under.

Photo courtesy of Hui No’eau Visual Arts Center

Support visual arts programs

For the first time in 26 years, Hui No‘eau’s annual Art Affair fundraiser has shifted into a new format. Instead of the typical one-night gala, the popular silent auction event is now available online at through March 26. The theme of this year’s event is “The Joy of Art Affair: A Happy Little Hui” and is inspired by the well-known American painter Bob Ross. Proceeds from Art Affair enable the non-profit Hui No‘eau to provide visual arts programming for all ages throughout the year. This year’s auction features more than 135 artworks and showcases the creativity of Hawaii artists as well as works from the Gage Schubert Private Collection. Bidding is open exclusively online and artwork available to preview both online and in-person at the Hui’s Makawao gallery on Wednesdays through Saturdays from 9 am-4 pm. For additional information, details on our auction, and Bubble Party reservation visit or call (808) 572-6560. 

Drive-thru a community resource fair

For families with young children, a free drive-through event with prizes, and information on preschools, infant-toddler programs, child-care subsidies, food boxes, and more from Maui Family Support Services, Inc. You can also enter to win a $100 gift card! Saturday, March 20, 2021 • 9 am – 12 pm • J. Walter Cameron Center • 95 Mahalani St, Wailuku (next to Maui Police Department)