Kamaole Beach Parks serve as a visually stunning social gathering place on Maui's south shore, tucked in between Kihei and Wailea. Enjoy this lovely drone video.
There are three Kamaole Beach parks, I, II, III, numbered from north to south. The Kamaole Beach Parks are located north of Wailea and south of the Azeka shopping centers and Kalama Park. Rainbow Mall and Dolphin Center and are shopping centers across the street from Kam 1 and Kam 2.
The East Maui Taro Festival was founded to preserve and protect cultural practices with a focus on taro — the symbol and staple of the kanaka maoli, the Hawaiian people. Its goals are to educate about taro and other Hawaiian cultural practices by providing an annual venue where relevant activities can take place, to support taro farmers and their issues, to be a voice for taro and Hawaiian culture and practices
At the free event, East Maui taro farmers make fresh poi for tasting and for sale as well as kulolo. There is poi pounding and elder craft people making fishnets and weaving cloth. There also are music and hula by local performers.
81 Hauoli Rd
Hana, , HI 96713
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Kevin Peterson is the founder of the Eco Preservation Society (EPS), a Seattle based 501c3 non-profit organization, establishing and supporting conservation projects in Costa Rica, Washington and coming soon to Hawaii. Specifically EPS has planted more than 40,000 native species trees in Costa Rica and supported wildlife rescue centers and supported ongoing sea turtle conservation projects. Also, check out the EPS YouTube Channel
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Singer-songwriter Kimié Miner manages to create an inimitable musical style that dresses the listener in a flowing mu’umu’u on a cool beach, easily mistaken for paradise. Growing up on an island surrounded by the ocean was a formative experience for Kimié, and an experience that can be distinctly heard through her work. Her melodies embody a loose, down-to-earth feel, and her lyrics create a universal imagery that transcends ethnicity, gender, age, and musical genre.Read more
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A wonderful little video from the folks at Aloha Stoked. Great work by Kalani Prince
If you are passionate about beer and love visiting craft breweries, then Maui Brews in Kihei is a must stop for you. Maui Brewing Co. is the largest brewery in Hawai‘i, capable of almost 100,000 barrels out of its facility in Kīhei. In addition to the uncompromising quality, this is one of the most forward-thinking businesses you will find anywhere. In 2017 they won a national small business award. Maui Brews's commitment to sustainability is second to none. Their entire plant runs off of renewable energy and has the capacity to run completely off the grid. they resent won a prestigious 2018 AIA Design Award for Interior Architecture.
Not only do they have great beer, but their food is also excellent as well. Check out their menu
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The Delima Ohana was nice enough to provide us for some Christmas cheer which we can now share with you! It is that time of year, so kick off your slippers and feel the cool trade winds blow. Mele Kalikimaka to you!
(Source: Hawaii Magazine) Outside of the cozy takeout-style eatery, there’s a line. It’s 1:45 p.m., 15 minutes before chef and owner Sheldon Simeon closes for the day, but there’s still a strong demand for a bowl of his ‘ono comfort-food grinds.
Tin Roof is nestled between an art gallery and a payday loan store in Dairy Center, a nondescript strip mall off the bustling Dairy Road in Kahului near the airport. Don’t let the location deter you. What Tin Roof lacks in ambiance and abundant seating—I saw people eating in the parking lot, even in their cars—it more than makes up for in food.
Tin Roof • Open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
360 Papa Place, Suite Y, Kahului, Maui, (808) 868-0753, tinroofmaui.com.