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September 25, 2014

Decision Making Set on New Rules for Maui Fishing Bag and Size Limits

The state will consider approval of new fishing rules that would establish bag and size limits for uhu or parrotfish and kūmū or goatfish caught in Maui waters.
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July 29, 2010

Beginning Lauhala Weaving Class starts at Bailey House Museum

A 6-week “Beginning Lauhala Weaving” class begins today, Thursdsay, July 29, 2010 at the Bailey House Museum in Wailuku.  Participants will learn to prepare hala leaves and weave thier own lauhala project with kumu Pohaku Kaho`ohanohano, who has been teaching weaving for 17 years.    The class are set for: July 29, August 5, 12, 26... Read more »
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April 21, 2009

WELLS STREET SAFE HOUSE FOR BOYS INCORPORATES CULTURAL COMPOENT

A blessing was held this morning to mark the opening of Ke Kama Pono or “Children of Promise” Safe House Group Home in Wailuku, a facility designed to turnaround the lives of troubled youth. The Wells Street facility has the capacity to serve eight boys with transitional housing for up to six months at a... Read more »
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January 27, 2009

JUS BUCKALOOSE IS BACK AT DA MACC!

The Maui Arts & Cultural Center is pleased to welcome back DA BRADDAHS, Hawai`i’s hilarious comedy duo, at the McCoy Studio Theater on Friday, February 6 at 7:30 pm as part of “The MACC Presents…” 2008-09 Local Voices Series. James Roche and Tony Silva make up this loco local duo that has been making Hawai`i... Read more »
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January 23, 2009

50,000th NATIVE SEEDLING TO BE OUTPLANTED AT AUWAHI TO HONOR KUMU RENE SYLVA

A 50,000th Native seedling will be out-planted this weekend at the Auwahi forest on Maui’s `Ulupalakua Ranch.  The Maui Restoration Group and Leeward Haleakalā Watershed Restoration Partnership are conducting the ceremonial planting to honor the recent passing of famed Maui conservationist and Kumu Rene Sylva.  Since initiating the vision of reforestation nine-years ago, more than... Read more »
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January 23, 2009

ST. ANTHONY SCHOOL CELEBRATES 160TH ANNIVERSARY

St. Anthony Jr. & Sr. High School in Wailuku celebrates its 160th Anniversary this weekend.  The Catholic Marianist school was founded in 1848 as a parochial boys school with just six students. Today, the co-ed campus has an enrollment of 243 students at its Jr. & Sr. High campus, and boast such alumni as World... Read more »
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