Maui Food and Dining

Celebrate “National Taco Day” and Benefit Lahainaluna Program

September 30, 2014, 4:00 PM HST
* Updated October 1, 11:22 AM
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By Vanessa Wolf

The Fish Tacos look almost as vibrant as they taste. Photo by Vanessa Wolf

Fish Tacos. Photo by Vanessa Wolf

Well, $%*[email protected]#!!

Did you know that today, September 30 is

  • National Chewing Gum Day
  • National Mud Pack Day
  • National Hot Mulled Cider Day

AND

  • Blasphemy Day?

While celebrating, feel free to combine them as you see fit, but remember to act responsibly.

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Meanwhile, seeing as every day is now something special, it shouldn’t come as a huge surprise to learn that this Saturday, October 4 is National Taco Day.

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If that’s not enough, you can celebrate it at Sangrita Grill + Cantina and benefit the  Lahainaluna High School Agricultural Program at the same time.

The restaurant will be offering $7 margaritas all day and a special fish taco trio – Baja style mahi mahi, grilled ono and grilled marlin –  for $15.

Moreover, as you probably surmised, a portion of the proceeds from the day’s sales will benefit Lahainaluna High School Agricultural Program, whose mission is to help our community grow the next generation of young farmers.

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They stress hands-on learning, community service, internships, and work experience activities to help students be college and career-ready.  In addition, they provide assistance to Maui’s school gardens with plant donations and volunteer work.

Get your taco on and help future farmers from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday. Ole!

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Sangrita Grill + Cantina is located in The Fairway Shops in Kaanapali. For more information call 808-662-6000.

 

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