A special thank you to both Maui Brewing Co., and Hawaii Sea Spirits for their progressive thinking and answering to the shortage of hand sanitizer. Both companies normally make alcohol and have now started making hand sanitizer due to the demand currently faced on Maui from the Coronavirus.
First responders and the needy are receiving donations of the alcohol based sanitizer. Maui Brewing Co., now doing take out orders only, is giving to go orders one hand sanitizer from both locations in Kihei and Lahaina.
Thank you for your great efforts in helping keep our community healthy!
This Friday September 18th the Haliimaile Farmers Market will be happening from 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm at the Haliimaile Town Center. This free event features crafts and local produce from Maui farmers and artists. Booth spaces are available for local non-profit organizations.
On Saturday the 19th, the 33rd Annual Kula Festival at the St. Johns Episcopal Church in Kula from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. Admission to this event is $1. There will be live entertainment, ono food, games, auction, and a quilt show. Children 5 years of age and up can purchase a $10 wristband for all day game playing! The proceeds from the festival will be shared between Hospice Maui and IMUA Family Services. To learn more about the event visit the Kula Festival St. John’s Episcopal Church page here.
Also on Saturday the 19th, Maui Brewing Co. in Kihei will be hosting the Hope Fest Maui. The Hope Fest Maui is raising money for the completion of Hope Lodge Hawaii. Hope Fest will kick off the afternoon with musical acts. Festival goers can participate in the local chef and food truck competition for “Best-In-Fest” culinary. Buy Out Cancer auction items will be on hand for bidding as a fundraiser and to showcase local talented artists and designers. Ticket prices vary. Read more about the Hope Fest event here.
Enjoy the remainder of you week and have a wonderful weekend!