Residents and businesses can help the Maui Sugar Cane Train be up and running again in the next year. Fundrasing will be held to repair and refurbish some of the older train cars. Those who take on this task have the opportunity to get their names on the new train cars.
Craig Hill is the new owner of the train and a 30 year Maui resident. Many were disappointed when the train went out of business. Hill is committed to seeing the landmark train return to service. This is an opportunity for people to get involved and give back to the community.
For more information, you can read the Maui News article in its entirety here. We hope to see the train up and running in the near future!
Luxury Maui Retreat! This flawless 4,379 sq. ft. home boasts enchanting ocean and mountain views and is surrounded by a fully landscaped and sprinkler park-like gardens.
The spacious, ocean view living room with sitting room extension opens to three lanais and enjoys a gourmet kitchen adorned by Viking appliances, blue pearl granite, and exotic custom cabinets made of African Sapele wood.
An exquisite master suite and bath open to private lanai. Two additional bedrooms and three baths plus an enormous flex room perfect for an upstairs master suite or whatever you desire, completes the interior. Floors throughout this magnificent home are constructed with walnut vein Italian travertine or Brazilian ¾ inch wood planks.
The tiled two-car oversized garage also includes a bathroom. Just moments to The Shops and Beaches of Wailea, yet tucked away on a half-acre of secluded paradise.
The ancient Hawaiian New Year Festival known as Makahiki covers four consecutive lunar months. The start of the festival is usually in October or November and is decided using astronomy. Known as a time for celebration, the Makahiki has three phrases.
The first phrase is for spiritual cleansing. Offerings were made to the gods in the form of agricultural goods. Each community had stone altars set up for their offerings.
The festival would move clockwise around the island. Each community caretaker would present the offerings to Lono, the fertility god that makes things grow.
The second phase was all about the celebration. Dancing, sporting, singing and feasting. Any wars happening between communities was put on hold during the 4 month celebration.
The third and final phase, tax canoes were filled with gift offerings to the god Lono and set out to sea. The ending of the festivities marked the beginning of the new farming cycle for the next year. You can learn more about the festival here.
Incredible Panoramic Ocean Views! Phenomenal location overlooking the cliffs of Uaoa Bay. This North Shores Estate on 4.86 acres is immaculate with attention paid to every detail and thoughtful planning to allow enjoyment of the dramatic ocean views from multiple rooms, including the two master suites.
Enchanting copper gates welcome you to the myriad of fine custom craftsmanship, top of the line materials and appliances: Monier tile roof, brass light fixtures, African & Honduran mahogany cabinets, African mahogany interior louvered doors with Rocky Mountain Hardware, Brazilian cherry, granite and limestone floors, a gourmet kitchen with Sub Zero refrigerator, Wolf convection oven, warming drawer and gas stovetop, Bosche dishwasher, Franke stainless steel sink and Aphrodite granite counter tops.
The exemplary build standards continue in to detached guest cottage. The two bedrooms and two baths also have stunning ocean views. 333 Manawai is a work of art with phenomenal grounds and view. Incredible craftsmanship and move-in ready! This property must be seen to be fully appreciated.
Tomorrow, Tuesday November 11th, Lahaina Arts Society will showcase local Maui artists under the Banyan Tree in Banyan Tree Park. The art fair was founded in 1967 to showcase the talents of many local Maui artists.
The fair will run from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. Enjoy live music and check out paintings, photography, jewelry and much more! The Lahaina Arts Society has two galleries inside the Old Lahaina Courthouse with work from local Maui artists. The courthouse galleries are also open daily from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. You may find that special piece of art you’ve been looking for!
The Maui Veteran’s Council is hosting a picnic that will include lunch and children’s entertainment for military veterans as well as active military and their families. This event runs from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm at Kalama Park.