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The Club Goes Country! Hoedown, March 30

March 21, 2019, 11:53 AM HST
* Updated March 22, 8:10 AM
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The Club Goes Country!

The Maui Country Club hosts a Western Hoedown on Saturday, March 30, 2019, complete with pony rides, a chili contest, country buffet, hayrides, a pop-up shop by Horses r Us and live Country music.

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Organizers say the event provides an evening of “down-home fun for the whole family.”

The evening begins with pony rides on the makai lawn at 3:30 p.m. and the country buffet opens in the clubhouse.

Judging of the chili contest follows at 4 p.m., as member cooks vie for two prizes: Judges Choice and the coveted People’s Choice awards.

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Cowboy games like roping will be available for kids and parents, and hayrides take members and guests on rides around the golf course.

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Jennifer’s “Horses Are Us” pop-up shop will be outfitting cowgirls and boys of all ages.

Live, continuous entertainment is offered from 4 p.m. throughout the evening. The “Soulfully Southern” Nashville recording artist Charlsey Etheridge will perform, along with Captain Crunch Randy Coon and Country Man Dan Henderson. At 6:30 p.m., Maui’s, Country Knights take the stage.

Tickets purchased in advance are: $40 members, $50 guests, $18 children 5-12 (ages 4 and under get in free) *early discount applies for reservations confirmed by Friday, March 29.

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Tickets purchased on Saturday and at the door will be an additional $5 for adults and an additional $2 children.

Members may book online or call (808) 877-7893.

*This event is exclusively for the members of Maui Country Club and their invited guests.

Photo courtesy: Maui Country Club

Photo courtesy: Maui Country Club

Photo courtesy: Maui Country Club

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