Celebration of the Arts Festival 2018 – Maui, Hawaii

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MARCH 30 & 31, 2018

The Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua will convene Hawaii’s most reputable artisans, educators, cultural practitioners, speakers and entertainers, March 30th and 31st, 2018, during the 26th Annual Celebration of the Arts. Hands-on art, demonstrations, films, cultural panels, music and dance will act as the common ground to allow visitors and residents the opportunity to interact and enjoy the “Number 1 rated cultural event” according Modern Luxury Hawaii magazine.

The Ritz-Carlton Kapalua Maui
1 Ritz Carlton Drive, Kapalua Maui, HI 96761
(808) 669-6200

For more information about the Celebration for The Arts, go to: CelebrationOfTheArts.org

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Maui No Ka Oi Magazine

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No ka ‘oi means “the best”

maui no ka oi magazineMaui No Ka ‘Oi is the award-winning bimonthly magazine for people who love Maui. Each issue is a celebration—in photography, design and story—of the people and places, customs and cultures, events and activities that have earned Maui the title of Best Island in the World.

Six times a year, our print edition delivers a wealth of stories written with an insider’s perspective: outdoor adventures, the latest in island dining, explorations of native culture, profiles of exceptional individuals and businesses, and analysis of environmental and community concerns—including the hot-button issues on residents’ minds. Our special sections offer fun, must-have information on golf, destination weddings, island living and more.maui no ka oi magazine

Recognized by the Western Publishing Association as one of the best regional magazines west of the Mississippi, Maui No Ka ‘Oi appears in mailboxes and on newsstands throughout the United States, in seven foreign countries . . . and right here, any time you could use a little aloha.

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Maui No Ka Oi Magazine
90 Central Ave, Wailuku, HI 96793
(808) 242-8331

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MAUI AUTO SALE JULY 26, 27 & 28, 2013 – Island Honda, Island Subaru & Island Auto Center

Thursday July 25, 2013, starting at 1pm!!

We interrupt this program to bring you a message of vital importance. Island Honda, Island Subaru and Island Auto Center are all going to be CLOSED this Thursday July 25th at 1pm so the staff can prepare for the largest auto sale in the history of Maui.

Starting this Friday from 8am – 8pm , Saturday 8am – 6pm and Sunday 9am-5pm, ALL new Honda and Subaru vehicles will be sold below MSRP at the Hana Hwy new car locations. Both used car location prices will be discounted so deeply that NO NEGOTIATION will be necessary. All the cars will be priced at or below the official Kelly Blue Book Used Car Guide. All vehicles will be clearly marked!

This historical total sale marks over 50 years of sales and service on Maui. So…remember…Island Honda, Island Subaru and Island Auto Center will be CLOSED this Thursday July 25th at 1pm to prepare for the largest auto sale in the history of Maui.

Come check out the great selection of new and used vehicles and take advantage of the incredible prices being offered!!

Island Honda – Island Subaru – Island Auto Center
110 South Hana Hwy. Kahului, Hawaii 96732
808-873-8081 or 808-877-0031

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2012 Girls’ Junior America’s Cup – Wailea Golf Club, Maui

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2012 Girls’ Junior America’s Cup – Wailea Golf Club, Maui

Kihei, Hawaii, July 16, 2012 – Team Hawaii is gearing up for a very special week on Maui at the beautiful and challenging Wailea Golf Club- Gold Course. The Hawaii Team is led by Captain Cathy Torchiana, LPGA, from Kihei, who retired from college coaching after twelve years at USC and being inducted into the National Golf Coaches Hall of Fame. Cathy will be leading a very talented and very young Hawaii Team, Eimi Koga (Honolulu), Mariel Galdiano (Honolulu), Rose Huang (Honolulu), Ciera Min (Hilo).

Hawaii hosts this prestigious tournament only once every 18 years for the girls and once every 17 years for the boys. The tournament is filled with long standing traditions and ceremony. These traditions embrace the GJAC Philosophy:

Bring together girls from various states and countries
Cultivate new friendships and mutual respect
Promote a better understanding of our regional history and customs
Allow girls to learn about different cultures
Develop pride in self, team, state and country

Hawaii and the HSJGA are anxious to show our mainland and international visitors the real meaning of aloha as the week begins Sunday, July 22 with a “Meet & Greet” at Hotel Wailea. The evening will be filled with good local food, a lei making demonstration, Snag Golf contests and the traditional gift exchange as the teams meet each other and their host families for the week. As the sun sets over the Pacific, the invited guests will enjoy a beautiful and powerful fire dance!

“This event would not be possible without the amazing donations from companies and individuals alike from all around the state and especially the amazing generosity of all the Wailea Host families, who are opening their homes to these young ladies for the week. I know for sure we could not have pulled this off without the Aloha Section PGA and the Wailea Golf Club who are always there for junior golf!” says Mary Bea Porter-King, HSJGA President. Other major sponsors include Pard & Betsy Erdman, Gannon’s A Pacific View Restaurant, HawaiiOnTV, Hotel Wailea, King Auto Group, Liliha Bakery, Marriott Wailea, MC&A and Tihati.

The public is welcome to enjoy some great golf at the Wailea Golf Club Monday through Thursday. On Monday, July 23, the practice round is followed by what will prove to be a memorable Opening Ceremony at 2:45 near the putting green, come early for a good seat! Kimokeo Kapahulehua will give a traditional Hawaiian blessing followed by the Royal Hawaiian Guard raising of the three country flags (Mexico, Canada & USA). The raising of the GJAC flag indicates the start of the tournament. The public is welcomed to attend the Opening Ceremony and watch the next generation of great young golfers at Wailea GC, free of charge!

Tournament rounds are Tuesday, July 24 through Thursday, July 26. The tournament is opened to spectators, support the Hawaii team or your favorite team from your home state or country!

For more information on sponsorships, volunteering etc., please contact Miki Ueoka, America’s Cup Tournament Director at 808-635-4642 or hsjgaoffice@gmail.com.

Wailea Golf Club
100 Wailea Golf Club Drive
Wailea, Maui, Hawaii 96753-4000
Phone: 808-875-7450
Toll Free: 888-328-MAUI
Fax: 808-875-5114

2012 Girls’ Junior America’s Cup

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Tacos Maui 8th Wonder – Maui Hawaii

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1. Aphrodisiac Salmon Taco
2. Barbie-Cute Mermaid Taco

Tacos Maui 8th Wonder
We are open Monday to Friday from 2:00pm to 6:00pm

Tacos Maui 8th Wonder is Located in Paia, at:
105 Baldwin Ave. – Paia Maui, Hawaii
In the front of the public parking lot next to the post offices

Contact us at: Maui8Wonder@Gmail.com

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Maui Time – Maui Hawaii

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MauiTime is Maui’s Only Independent Locally Owned Newspaper bringing News, Culture, Music, Dining and Maui’s Most Comprehensive Calendar to island wide readers every Thursday.

Maui Time is a free alternative newspaper published weekly in the county of Maui, state of Hawaii. Maui Time was launched in 1997. It serves all of Maui, and is distributed every Thursday. The paper has remained independently owned and operated throughout its existence. Publisher Tommy Russo offers a rich island-wide combination of music, sports, art and community features, as well as Maui’s first true entertainment calendar.

Maui Time
33 N. Market St. Suite 201
Wailuku, Hawaii 96793
Phone: (808) 244-0777
Fax: (808) 244-0446


Maui Time provides insightful analysis and in depth reporting. We believe some issues are so important they require thoughtful consideration. We are not a “paper of record”—a daily journal of government meetings, ribbon-cuttings and corporate announcements. We decide what’s interesting and newsworthy and then do whatever investigation is necessary to get the story. We do not wait for official press releases to appear at the office before deciding what constitutes “news.”

We feel that even important stories need to be interesting and easy to read. All the work our reporters did will go to waste if no one reads them. For that reason we don’t write “inverted pyramid” stories where as much information as possible is jammed into the first, dry paragraphs. Indeed, even the Associated Press is now moving away from that, offering customers optional narrative leads for its important stories.

We write our features, essays and stories using all the color, dialogue and structure usually reserved for novelists. When possible, we also try to break away from traditional formats by incorporating interviews, quizzes and lists. We take our time when preparing stories so the writing crackles on the page. We want to intrigue, entrance and sometimes even infuriate our readers.

That means we’re often satirical, opinionated and sarcastic. Our voice is anything other than the bland omniscience that comes from daily newspapers. We don’t pretend to have all the answers, and we believe our readers are sophisticated enough to understand that.

We’re human beings just like our readers, with loves and hates, and we’re always honest about our biases. But we also look at our subjects fairly and honestly. There are more than two sides to every story, but when we feel something is right or wrong, we will not hesitate to say so.

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Hawaiian Canoe Club – Maui Championship Regatta

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Hawaiian Canoe Club
P.O. Box 5053
Kahului, Maui, Hawaii 96733

Our Hale is located at: Hoaloha Park — Kahului, Maui Hawaii
Phone (808) 893-2124

Pouchi Couture Boutique & Barkery – Maui Hawaii

Welcome to “Yappy Hour” at Maui’s premier pet boutique, Pouchi Couture Boutique & Barkery.

Come by and check out our “Yappy Hour” events where you can bring your dog by to sample lots of yummy treats, with discounts on purchases. A great way to find out what “picky” dogs likes best!

If you can’t bring your dog by, we even have doggy bags to go, where they can sample the treats at home!

Pouchi Couture Boutique & Barkery has everything you need from small dogs to big dogs, and even for you cat lovers! Come and visit Maui’s premier pet boutique! We have a large selection of Made on Maui Aloha Doggywear. All hand made with Aloha!!…here on island.

We look forward to meeting you and your Pouchi! Pamper your Pouchi with Style at Pouchi Couture Boutique & Barkery!!

Click here to visit our online store!

Stop by and visit us! 893-BARK (2275)
We are Located at 400 Hana Hwy Unit B, Kahului
Hours: Monday-Friday 10-6 Saturday 10-4 Sunday we are closed

Visit us online at: www.PouchiCouture.com

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Kahili Restaurant – Maui Hawaii

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Kahili Restaurant is located in the clubhouse at Kahili golf Course! A popular choice of both visiting and local golfers, Kahili Golf Course plays host to numerous Maui and state-wide tournaments throughout the year. Nahele Banquet Room at Kahili Golf Course is the ideal location for weddings, reunions, business meetings and seminars.

Enjoy Kahili Restaurant’s Sunday Brunch Buffet – All you can eat from 9am – 1pm

$22.95* per persion
12 years old and under $12.00*
5 years old and under – complimentary
*Hawaii State Tax and 18% service fee added.

Dine at Kahili Restaurant Every Friday Night for ALL YOU CAN EAT prime rib and seafood buffet.

5:30pm – 8:30pm
$34.95* per person
Children (6-12) Half price
5years and under Complimentary
*Hawaii State Tax and 18% service fee added.

CALL 808-242-6000 FOR DETAILS




King Kamehameha Golf Club
2500 Honoapiilani Hwy – Wailuku, HI 96793

Pro Shop: 808.249.0033

Kahili Golf Course: 808.242.4653

Kahili Golf Course Restaurant: 808-242-6000

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The King Kamehameha Golf Club – 2011 Michael H. Lyons Palaka Award

The Rotary Club of Kahului recently held a fundraising event benefiting the Michael H. Lyons II Memorial Scholarship Fund and the prestigious 2011 Mike Lyons Palaka Award ceremony and luncheon at The King Kamehameha Golf Club in Waikapu.

The 2011 recipient of the Palaka Award was Helen Nielsen of the Hawaiian Islands Land Trust; Rob Shelton of the Lahainaluna High School Foundation.

The Mike Lyons Palaka Award, created to honor Lyons’ commitment to community, is presented for outstanding long-term service to a leader of one of Maui’s nonprofit organization.

“The Palaka Award is the ultimate accolade,” said Leslie Mullens, Rotary Club of Kahului president. “It acknowledges consistent and meaningful hands-on philanthropy while honoring Mike Lyons’ legacy as one of Maui’s most inspiring leaders.”

Throughout his career, Lyons served on the boards of numerous community groups and was instrumental in founding several nonprofit organizations on the island. Among his many roles, he served as founder and chairman of the Maui Economic Development Board; governor of District 5000 (Hawai’i) Rotary International; president of the Maui Chamber of Commerce, Kahului Rotary Club and the J. Walter Cameron Center; chairman of Maui United Way; and treasurer and board member of the Maui Arts & Cultural Center.

“Lyons was the epitome of a Rotarian and a prominent, tireless Maui figure,” added Mullens.

Lyons passed away on March 26, 2004, leaving a legacy that continues to impact and inspire to this day. The award is named for his signature palaka shirts.

The innovative golf ball drop fundraiser was held just prior to the luncheon. Participants were asked to make a cash donation to acquire one or more numbered golf balls, which were then dropped from a helicopter 250 feet above a target on the King Kamehameha Golf Club driving range. Balls landing closest to the target were awarded prizes, including a Napa Valley Getaway and a Grand Wailea Hotel Staycation package.

Net proceeds from the golf ball drop directly fund Rotary Club of Kahului’s Michael H. Lyons II Scholarship program, which provides college scholarships for exceptional Maui youth.

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The King Kamehameha Golf Club
2500 Honoapiilani Hwy – Wailuku, HI 96793

Pro Shop: 808.249.0033

Kahili Golf Course: 808.242.4653

Kahili Golf Course Restaurant: 808-242-6000

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