Maui Arts & Entertainment

June ARTwalk at The Shops to Support Boys & Girls Clubs

May 30, 2016, 11:00 AM HST
* Updated May 31, 6:12 AM
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Proceeds from the Wednesday, June 1, 2016, ARTwalk at The Shops at Wailea will support Boys & Girls Clubs of Maui.

ARTwalk is held the first Wednesday of each month. This month’s theme, “She Loves Me, She Love Me Not,” will focus on blooms to celebrate the beauty of the floral colors on Maui.

ARTwalk is a complimentary event to promote local visual art and artists in a wide range of mediums and artistic style, including painting, sculpture, metal art, handmade jewelry, photography, pottery and glass works.

The monthly event was created to enrich the Maui community through exploration and discovery in the arts and music while supporting local business and nonprofit partners.

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A portion of event parking costs will be donated to Boys & Girls Clubs of Maui.

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Boys & Girls Clubs of Maui operates six clubhouses that provide a safe, supportive, supervised environment where youth ages 9 to 17 can be themselves, experience positive role models and learn the values and skills that forge individual lives to success.

Its mission is to inspire and enable young people, especially those who need support the most, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens.

“The Boys & Girls Clubs of Maui is a great organization,” said The Shops at Wailea General Manager Brian Yano. “The emphasis on providing opportunities for young kids is something we are very proud to support.”

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Each month, a new nonprofit organization will be selected as the beneficiary.

For more information on The Boys & Girls Clubs of Maui, go online.

Visit TheShopsAtWailea.com from more about The Shops.

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