Coming Up This Weekend!

It’s Wailuku Town’s First Friday, this Friday December 2nd from 5:30 pm to 10:00 pm on Market Street in Wailuku.  This Friday there will be a Christmas Parade featuring Santa!  Other special features include a photo booth, art show, live music, crafts and great food!  You can view all the events and guests performing via the Maui Fridays website.

Friday December 2nd and Saturday December 3rd Oregon State hosts the Maui Jim Maui Classic Basketball tournament.  Joining Oregon State will be University of Nevada Las Vegas, University of Idaho, and Brigham Young University. This event will take place at the War Memorial Gymnasium.  Two games will be played each day.  There will also be live entertainment, food trucks, and a slam dunk performance at the end of each day.  Ticket available to purchase at $10.00 a day. All proceeds to benefit local non-profit organizations.  If you would like to become a sponsor, or need more information on this event, visit the basketballMaui website.

On Sunday December 4th, the Grand Wailea will be having their annual tree lighting ceremony.  Enjoy more then 8 miles of lights along the driveway leading to the Grand Wailea.  Beginning at 5:00 pm refreshments will be served and at 5:30 pm the tree lighting ceremony will take place.  You can view the activities available at the Grand Wailea here.

Enjoy the rest of your week and weekend!

Happy Thanksgiving!

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From our Ohana to yours, wishing you a very Happy Thanksgiving!

Toy Safety

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With the Holiday Season upon us many consumers will be purchasing toys as gifts.  The safety of toys for children is one of concern for consumers.  There are so many options to choose from when shopping for toys.  From the educational toy to those for the musically inclined finding the perfect toy is something that many consumers put quite a bit of thought into.  To help with your toy safety checklist,  the U.S. PIRG has come out with an article to help educate consumers in buying safe toys.  You can read the article here.  We wish you and yours a safe and happy holidays!