As George Burns once said, “Happiness is having a large, loving, caring, close-knit family in another city.” Here are some tips for surviving the holidays with yours.
Art with Heart, a student-run philanthropy club at Seabury Hall, will hold its third art fundraiser showcase, entitled “Transitions,” on Friday, Nov. 30. to aid third-world countries.
Maui author Jill Engledow will celebrate her new book “Haleakala: A History of the Maui Mountain” with a short presentation on the history of Haleakala National Park.
The first five presenters include: visionary artist Alex Grey; renewable energy pioneer Quayle Hodek; Hawaii Watermen’s Hall of Famer Archie Kalepa; Maui Preparatory Academy teacher Jenelle Peterson; and poet and author Kim Rosen.
It’s the weekend again! It’s also National Hunger and Homelessness awareness week, and there are related events daily, as well as music, hula and film.
This Friday night, the Point Panic Festival 2012 featuring Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Groundation, and Paula Fuga and Mike Love kicks off here on Maui.
The FirstLight film festival kicks off next Sunday. Over 15 days, 40 films will be screened with 22 being Maui premieres and several notable offerings in the mix.
This weekend, prove your chicken wing-eating mettle in Lahaina, help out Hurricane Sandy victims in Kihei, and cry your eyes out watching E.T. on a blanket in Kahului.
A nearly 150-year-old Hawaiian women’s society will reprise the popular 1950s Hawai`i Calls radio show at a November fundraiser at the Maui Tropical Plantation.
The next two weeks brings some fun, mostly free, kid-friendly events you can enjoy with the whole family including a children’s hula event and a screening of E.T.
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