Tomorrow Thursday August 2nd at the Castle Theatre starting at 7:30 pm will be the premiere of North of Nightfall. Take a journey high into the Arctic Circle and follow along as four men mountain bike and explore the unknown land that flourishes during the summer after remaining hidden underneath from nine months of winter.
This event is free! Preregistration is suggested to guarantee a seat. You can preregister via the North of Nightfall Facebook page here.
This Friday the 13th from 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm Lahaina 2nd Friday will be taking place on Front Street. 5 blocks will be participating!
Campbell Park will have live music. Scheduled to perform from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm will be Maui Jim and from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm Micah Ganiron will take the stage. Surfside Pizza will be celebrating their Grand Opening with live music and of course pizza!
This is a free event with fun for the entire family! So many restaurants and stores are participating! View the entire list via the Maui Fridays website here.
The Kapalua Wine & Food Festival takes place starting June 7th and runs through June 10th at the Kapalua Resort. This is the longest running food and wine event in America going on its 37th year!
The Grand Tasting party will take place on June 8th from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm with a “White Party” theme. All wines will be paired with delicious food and guests can enjoy both all while walking on the oceanfront grounds.
The June 10th conclusion showcases seafood from such restaurants as Gannon’s, Fleetwood’s On Front St., The Mill House, and so many more! Restaurant Chef’s will be competing for the Best Of The Fest Award. Entertainment will be provided by Nuff Sedd.
Kula Elementary Principal Chris Bachaus is the visionary behind this new program. He wanted the students in the Kula community to be able to use science, math, and other technology and apply it to their agricultural learning and experience. The official start of the program came with a blessing at the former Keokea School site.
In October of 2016, the irrigation system was set up along with clearing and fencing the area. A van has also been purchased in order to transport the students. The program is still in need of farming tools and a shed. Once everything is in place students will be able to begin their agricultural learning experience with animals and plants.
We look forward to hearing about the success of this new program!