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EdVenture and SLIM Offer Holiday Discounts

December 14, 2015, 5:13 PM HST
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UHMC. Photo by Wendy Osher.

UHMC. Photo by Wendy Osher.

If you’re stumped about what to give that special someone, how about the gift that keeps on giving? Education is that gift: a chance to help someone pursue a passion or a new skill.

Just in time for the holidays, EdVenture and SLIM (the Sustainable Living Institute of Maui) are offering a 10% discount on upcoming spring classes, workshops and trainings. Through Dec. 24, register your “someone” or yourself and select from a diverse array of fun and empowering options.

Consider ‘Building with Bamboo’ with Rich von Wellsheim, a three-Saturday, intensive, hands-on opportunity to learn how to use this sustainable local product.

Or for the health-conscious “foodee,” how about “Cleanse and Rejuvenate” with Malik Cotter, or “Cooking with Honey” with Chef Garcia? How about a gardening class, such as “Your Backyard Foodscape” with Evan Ryan?

For the budding photographer, Ray Mains offers an “Introduction to Digital Photography,” plus an “Intermediate” follow-up class. Adding in the brand new “Talk Story with your Camera” with Gerry Mooney would be the bow on this photography gift idea.


Christmas is really about the keiki, so “College for Kids” is a fantastic way for a young person to spend school holidays. From cooking to computer programing, from “Brainetics” to Leggos, each session is jam-packed with creative, fun activities to stimulate young minds.


Edventure and SLIM classes aim to make your gift-giving easy. Take a look at all the possibilities at Online registration is just a click away or call 984-3231 for help with your holiday gift giving solutions.

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