On April 22 join the community in celebrating fitness hosted by the West Maui Greenway Alliance and the Maui Bicycling League for a free Earth Day kick off event. Several workshops will be participating with free classes offered throughout the community. Participants include Sookie Kunst of Good Karma Yoga, Love the West Maui Greenway Day will off activities such as hula hooping and hip ho dance.
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On Friday, March 24th, at the A & B Amphitheater Bonnie Raitt will be performing. Gates will open at 5:00 pm with the show scheduled to begin at 7:00 pm. Her latest album Dig In Deep is her 20th successful album. Named by Rolling Stone magazine as one of the greatest singers of all time, Raitt has 10 Grammy awards to help prove it! Special guests California Honeydrops will be opening the show. Ticket pricing varies. More information available here.
From 9:00 am to 6:00 pm on Saturday, March 25th, Come support the language immersion preschool in Wailuku at the Ho’omau 2017. This cultural music event will benefit Punana Leo o Maui. Other immersion programs throughout the island will also benefit. Some of the best musicians in Hawaii will be performing. Live auction, food, crafts, children activities and various demonstrations will be taking place throughout the day. The Maui Nui Botanical Gardens website has more information on this event.
Also on Saturday between 7:00 am and 1:00 pm the Hale Makua Kahului Car Wash Fundraiser will be taking place at 472 Maulana St. Kahului. Proceeds benefit the 2017 Visitor Industry Charity Walk. $10.00 per vehicle for a car wash. Food and baked goods will also be available for purchase. Hale Makua has more information on their services available here.
Maui Planning Commission received just enough votes to move forward with the proposed Makena Resort Project. The proposed 158 Unit project would include 88 multifamily units, 20 single family cottages, 26 single family customs lots, 10 vacation rentals, and a resort oriented 14 condos and commercial space.
The planning commission has been presented with alternative plans that would include affordable workforce housing in one of the buildings. Other proposed alternatives would be moving larger structures inward and have smaller structures be road side.
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Deportment of Land and Natural Resources is purposing a 285 acre business park on the old sugar lands of Pulehunui. Proposed usage would include industrial, commercial, government, and nonprofit.
The formerly leased land is now back in the states hands. The hope is to generate longterm lease revenue that will support some of the Department of Land and Natural Resources other programs. Those programs include wildlife, forestry, and parks to name a few.
This project is open to public review. Comments on the project are due by April 7th. To read this entire article, visit Maui News here.