Maui’s First Trampoline Park

Ultimate Air Trampoline Park opened last week and its a hit! The new park opened in Wailuku at the Maui Lani Village Center. Hours of operation are 1:00 pm to 7:00 pm Sunday through Thursday. Fridays the park is open from 1:00 pm to 10:00 pm. Saturday hours are 10:00 am to 10:00 pm.

14,000 square feet of the 23,000 square foot facility is all trampolines. Other play areas include dodgeball courts, foam pits, and basketball. Plans include adding exercise classes and extending hours during school holidays. Lots of fun for families and kids of all ages!

Words Of Encouragement From Steven Tyler

Steven Tyler recently addressed the graduates of Maui Drug Court as his heroes. Those graduates had undergone an intense sobriety treatment program. A program Tyler himself has been through. Tyler asked to speak at the graduation giving encouragement and praise to those recent graduates. Having someone as caring as Steven Tyler to give motivation, that helps so much!

Future Dome Theatre

New Dome Theatre at the Maui Ocean Center broke ground on Wednesday. The future dome theatre will feature 139 seats, 360 degree 3-D laser images of ocean life and night stars. Fantastic way to teach through entertainment!

Maui Whale Watching

Peak Whale watching season is upon us! Whale season officially runs from the month of November to May. February is considered the peak time to see these beautiful creatures! The North Pacific Humpback Whales travel from Alaska over 3000 miles to the warm waters of Hawaii every year. Up to 10,000 whales visit the Hawaiian Islands each year.  Now is the time to take advantage of the Maui shoreline. Along Highway 30 is one of the best coastlines to explore and be on the lookout for whales! Good luck!

 

Humpback Whale exhibiting “tail slap” behavior

Maui Fresh Produce Farmers Market

Don’t forget! Every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm come to the Maui Fresh Farmers Market at the Queen Ka’ahumanu Center. Lots of gourmet foods, fresh locally grown produce, fruits and vegetables, baked items and much more! A tasty, delicious, healthy way to support the local community. International food booths also on hand to feast on!

Photo Via The Queen Ka’ahumanu Center Website