Friday April 15th from 10:00 am to 11:00 pm the 8th Annual Steel Guitar Festival will be taking place at the Ka’anapali Beach Hotel. This event is a free event open to the public! This will be the largest showcase of talent year to date. Scheduled to perform are Nathan Aweau, Maunalua, Mailani, and Ledward Kaapana. The Mele Mei website has more information regarding this event as well as other upcoming events.
From 9:00 am to 2:00 pm on Saturday April 16th, the Maui Horse Show Association will be sponsoring the Western Horse Show at Piholo Ranch. Maui Gypsy Food Truck will be providing refreshments. Volunteers to work the event are needed! The Maui Horse Show Facebook page has more information available here.
Also beginning on Saturday April 16th, Brian Walks Maui will be starting. Brian Sato is walking the entire perimeter of Maui in 8 days concluding on April 23rd in the hopes to raise $5000 dollars for non-profit therapeutic programs. Brian is dedicated to helping the community and spends most of his time volunteering for non-profit organizations. Read more about Brian Walks via his go fund me page here.
The new Maui Memorial Outpatient Clinic had its open house inside the 25,000 square foot $9 million dollar building. The clinic hopes to provide more valuable health services to people in need.
Hours of operation are from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm. The clinic will take all types of health insurance. The Clinic will provide specialty services including oncology and cardiology, trying to keep people more fitness and into exercise, even by using different machines from the HotRate’s latest review.
The new facility will draw more specialty doctors to the area. With office space available on site to the doctors working in the facility, doctors will be able to cut the expense of having separate private office space.
Maui is just one of many states in the nation having a hospital and clinic next to each other. Superior care can be given to patients that not only those require inpatient care but those needing outpatient services as well.
To view this article in its entirety visit the Maui News website here.
This Friday at the Azeka Shopping Center is the Kihei Fourth Friday Town Party! This free event runs from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm. Make sure to bring your appetite because the food choices are going to be delicious! Donations of non perishable food items greatly appreciated for the Maui Food Bank. Lots of vendors, food, local entertainment, and the popular keiki zone will make this Friday a fun family event. Mark your calendars for Kihei Fridays this week!
On Saturday June 27th and June 28th, Lahaina Arts Society Art Fair from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm in Banyan Tree Park. Some of the most talented local artists will be displaying their work. Ceramics, handmade jewelry, watercolors, are just a few of the types of art you may expect to be displayed. This event is a great way to support your community. Check out the Lahaina Arts Society page here for information on events and local artists.
24th Annual Ki Ho’Alu Festival on June 28th at 1:00 pm at the A&B Amphitheater will showcase key guitar musicians. This all day outdoor event is sponsored by The Maui News. Bring your own blankets and chairs to enjoy the various musicians on the lawn. Admission is free, and the gates will open at 12:30. For a list of the line up, view the Maui Arts page here.
The Hansen Ohana are actively involved in the Community. In December they host a toy drive for the Friends of Children’s Justice Center and they volunteer on various Boards including Na Hale O Maui. Today Maui Paintball, owned by Clint Hansen, is having a Food Drive. Drop by and try out paintball (see details for raffles and prizes) or just drop off a donation. Mahalo for your support.