Maui Arts & Entertainment
Hui Noʻeau to Close Temporarily Amid Coronavirus Fears
All classes and open studios at the Hui Noʻeau will be closed from March 16 to March 22 to prevent the potential spread of the coronavirus, representatives announced.
“We care deeply about our community and hope that we can open Hui doors again soon. We thank you for your understanding and ask that you continue to check the Hui’s website and social media for further updates,” a press release from the organization read.
“For students enrolled in classes, we anticipate rescheduling these activities, but do not have exact dates or information yet. You will be contacted with scheduling information as soon as we are able to reopen. We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we navigate this uncertain and unfamiliar situation.”
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