There’s always so much going on that many ask us, “What to see in Hawaii?”
Here’s some highlights of what’s happening in the next few days… Of course you all know it’s Easter this Sunday, right? What will YOU be doing?
Some off the beaten track events:
Tonight, March 30 starting at 7pm (FREE) at the MACC – Art=MIXX Forest – a free artistic event with food, music, fun and laughs! Come join us! More information here.
Saturday, April 6th is not only Buddha Day, but out at the Maui Country Club you can come join in the fun for the Jim Sanders Realty Maui Women’s Golf Championship! Entry fees are only $60! More information here.
Sunday April 7th from 7-9am is the 2nd Annual Maui 5K! This is a 5K run and 1 mile keiki run/walk starting at the Ma’alaea Triangle. Part of the proceeds from this event will be given back to the schools participating in the event. The 5k event is chip timed and the 1mile run/walk is a fun, untimed event. More information through the Pacific Whale Foundation.
Monday, April 8th, 6pm – want to try something different? Come check out the FREE Oscar-nominated documentary screening of “5 Broken Cameras” at the Maui College. The film is a first-hand account of struggle and resistance in Bil’in, a West Bank village affected by the Israeli West Bank barrier that cut off the villagers from their farmlands and is co-sponsored by Maui Peace Action, the Hawaiian Studies Department and UH Maui College Peace Club. Maui College in Ka Lama 103 at 6:00 pm
April 10th will be The Return of RIKAH feat. DJ Del Sol at Ambrosia’s in Kihei. Fun starts at 9 – come out and support our buddy, The Wedding DJ!