Queen Ka’ahumanu Center will celebrate Hinamatsuri or Girl’s Day! Maui Minyo Kai will be presenting a Japanese Doll display, origami and kanzashi crafts, along with Japanese folk dancing. Sanrio Ka’ahumanu will have Hello Kitty on hand for photos and will offer an opportunity for a chance-to-win a $100 Sanrio Gift Basket. Toni Rojas, Vice President of Business & Community Development, Marketing Communications says, “Girl’s Day is a Maui annual tradition at QKC. Bring your entire family down for fun filled activities and a chance to win great prizes!” Where: Queen Ka’ahumanu Center. When: Saturday, March 2, 2019 from 10:00am to 12:00pm.
Not for the entire family, but definitely the for the keiki, Hawaiian Outdoor Education Spring Break is a day camp for youth ages 9-16 in North Kihei. Children will be exposed to ancient Hawaiian traditions and be able to gain a better understanding of what makes Maui a unique place. Activities include a paddling canoe, learning Hawaiian chant and values, traditional Hawaiian storytelling, hula dancing, lei making, poi pounding, fishing, and rock wall restoration. When: Monday, March 18th to Friday, March 22nd. Where: Specific details directions and details will be sent to you upon registration. Cost: $74 + tax.
Interested in the roots of Makawao Town? Then join the monthly Historical Walking Tour of Makawao Town. Hosted by the Makawao History Museum, they will have a Makawao Town guide and brochure/map to help walkers gain a better understanding of the town. Everyone is invited for this one of a kind insights to the history of Makawao Town. A suggested donation of $10.00 will help ensure the continued preservation of the history of Makawao and Upcountry. Reservations are helpful in enabling a more personal tour experience, but they are not required. When: Sunday, March 3 from 10:00am to 11:00am. Call or email the Makawao History Museum at 572-2482 and email@example.com.
The Arts & Culture
Gain a better understanding for Maui’s unique flora with the Secret of Flowers at Hawai‘i Nature Center! Bring the entire family down for an amazing learning experience and a first hand look at nature in bloom. Guests learn why bees are attracted to flowers, how plants produce fruit, and why pollinators are so important to our ecosystem. When: Saturday, March 9th from 9:00am to 11:00am. Cost: $20 for each adult or child; members receive a 50 percent discount. Limited reservations are available as these are small group experiences; email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Come on down to the magical Shops at Wailea for a special evening of live music with the one and only Paula Fuga, a Na Hoku hanohano award for Most Promising Artist! The Shops at Wailea is Maui’s premier shopping and dining destination with more than 70 distinct boutiques, shops, restaurants and galleries. When: March 20th from 5:30pm to 7:00pm. Where: Lower Level in the Fountain Courtyard at the Shops at Wailea.
Dalani Tanahay will “talk story” about the art of kapa, a Hawaiian cloth made from the pounded bark of the wauke (paper mulberry) plant. Guests will get to see all of the hard work that goes into making these lovely pieces of natural Hawaiian cloth used as clothing, blankets, and for ceremonial purposes. Dalani brings over 15 years of experience where she enjoys teaching students about the ingenuity, patience, and artistry. When: Saturday, March 2 from 1:00pm to 2:00pm. Where: Hui Noeau Art Center on Baldwin Avenue.
Adult’s Night Out
Eat Your Drink Maui is a unique culinary cocktail event collaboration between Hawaii’s award-winning Kōloa Rum Company and Maui’s own Mill House Restaurant & Bar. The event is set to boast Kōloa Rum cocktails with locally sourced ingredients crafted by renowned bartender Matthew Biancaniello; the event will also have light pupus by Executive Chef Taylor Ponte. Guests are restricted to 21 and older. When: Saturday, March 2; seating begins at 5:30pm, with the last seating at 7pm. Where: The Mill House Restaurant & Bar in Wailuku. Cost: $35/ticket. Tickets can be purchased at: https://fareharbor.com/embeds/book/mauichef stable/items/132800/calendar/2019/02/?flow=15458.
Taste of School Gardens aimed at benefiting Grow Some Good, Maui’s annual premier local food event, features delicious creations from eleven top Maui restaurants with an emphasis on locally grown produce. Guest will also enjoy select wines and beers, live entertainment and exciting live and silent auctions. This important community fundraiser supports Grow Some Good’s school garden program, providing hands-on, outdoor learning experiences that supports more than 4,000 youth in 10 schools throughout Maui. When: Saturday, March 9th from 5:00pm to 8:30pm. Where: Maui Tropical Plantation. Cost: $150 per person, VIP Tables include table service and preferred seating: $800 (4 people), $1600 (8 people).
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