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Are you ready to join ‘the Club’?  No membership, gold-medals or magazine cover shots needed, just a thirst for some all-natural ingredients… 

Enter to win!  On Thursday, October 23 (contest may be extended to get more entries) – a winner will receive a pre and post workout meal and two t-shirts!  Enter on the Maui Made Facebook page- (Contest post pinned to top while entries being accepted) 

If you’ve been on Maui for any length of time, you know that we have our share of world-class athletes, from world-champion windsurfers and stand-up paddlers to Olympic skiers who live and train on Maui in the off-season.  For a while now, some of Maui’s top athletes have been turning to Tugger Balcom for their performance enhancing beverages.  Now, we’re not talking about some secret formula of artificial chemicals or banned substances, these are real, natural ingredients, formulated specifically for athletes for pre- or post-workout.  

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Red Juice, Blue Juice,
Me Juice, You Juice… Lots of Juicing options at the Sporting Club of the Pacific – All Natural Ingredients!

sports club of the pacific paia maui juice bar

Outdoor seating at the Club… no need to wipe the sand off your feet!

And because of some ‘obstacles’ recently created by the government in regards to selling ‘raw’ beverages through wholesale, Tugger decided to open up a juice bar in Paia to sell his ever expanding line of juices, coffee and ‘fuel’ for athletes (and, the rest of us, too).  So now, whether you have just finished your CrossFit or barre class, you are training for your Maui to Molokai run, or you are just headed to the office, you can come grab some fuel at Paia’s newest hot spot, the Sporting Club of the Pacific.  Plus, the seating is outdoors so you don’t even need to wipe the sweat off your brow or the sand off your feet.  You might even get to run elbows with some of these world-class athletes…

Tugger’s entry into the performance beverage world began with his own struggle with severe psoriasis.  After eliminating sugar, dairy and eggs from his diet, and seeing success with that change, he started moving away from drinks with artificial ingredients and towards more natural sources of hydration and energy.  Simultaneously, Tugger took a course in free diving, and learned about using chlorophyll as a means to be able to hold your breath for longer periods of time.  (And if you want to know more about how this works, you should probably go talk to Tugger). 

Pineapple Hibiscus Water and Pineapple Chlorophyll Water at Sports Club Pacific Maui Hawaii Paia

Pineapple Hibiscus Water and Pineapple Chlorophyll Water!

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Cold Pressed Coffee in the custom made Coffee presser!

After getting positive feedback from big-wave surfers and free divers from his first round of bottled juices, Tugger began wholesaling.  Alive and Well, Choice and the Kuau Store were selling out each week, but a new law forbidding the sale of raw juice changed his focus, just as the space behind Puka Puka in Paia (the former Paia Bay Coffee) opened up.

His initial line of two drinks- a pineapple and chlorophyll juice and cold-pressed coffee – has expanded (and is still expanding daily) to : three types of Hydration drinks, four Fresh Juices, Strong Coffee, Wellness Shots, Blended Beverages and Acai and Green bowls.  (Menu printed at bottom)

100% Maui Coffee- Custom Roasted and Blended by Maui Coffee Roasters.

100% Maui Coffee- Custom Roasted and Blended by Maui Coffee Roasters.

The story behind the name and the brand, Sporting Club of the Pacific, is probably a whole separate blog post, so I’ll just say that Tugger has assembled a group of world-class artisans from around the Pacific, blacksmiths, speargun makers, surfboard shapers, and more, into a kind-of artists co-op (and again, talk to Tugger if you want to learn more about this, or visit the website).  Because the brand is based on custom-made equipment for high-performance, his juices naturally fit into this project as well.

As much as possible I try to blog about personal experiences, so I ventured into the Sporting Club of the Pacific (although I apparently ‘just missed’ about a half-dozen sports superstars who had visited that morning) and its clear that Tugger’s his enthusiasm for quality, researched ingredients is evident in his products.  The acai bowl was delicious (luckily it was cleared away before I was tempted to lick the bottom), each of the juices were pure tasting, and not too sweet or overpowering as some juices can be, and the coffee was excellent as well, although I now need to go back and try it with the house-made coconut cream.

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The Delicious Acai Bowl at Paia’s newest hot-spot, Sporting Club of the Pacific

Well by now you are probably sick of reading and ready for some delicious and performance enhancing nutrition, so here’s what you need to know:

Menu -

Hydration

Pineapple chlorophyll water

cold pressed local maui pineapple juice, organic liquid chlorophyll,

pineapple hibiscus

cold pressed local maui pineapple juice, house brewed organic hibiscus

Local Coconut water

Fresh Juice

Raw and Cold Pressed

Green

Cucumber, romaine, kale, pineapple, aloe juice, chia seeds

Red 

Beet, carrot, coconut water, lemon juice, ginger, himalayan salt

Blue

pineapple, coconut water, leon, ginger, maca, cayenne, clue spirulina

Yellow

100 % pure maui pineapple

Strong Coffee

Black  

100% Maui Beans, custom roasted and cold brewed

White

Served with House Coconut Cream

Shots

turmeric drink recipe health wellness

Wellness Shot: Turmeric – with fresh pressed local turmeric, orange juice and black peppercorn for maximum absorption of nutrients!

Maintenance

Fresh local ginger, echinacea, apple cider vinegar, oregano oil, local lemon, local honey

Mother’s Milk

House made coconut cream, coconut MCT Oil, EFA oil, Cinnamon, Lemon

Turmeric

Fresh Pressed Local Tumeric, Orange Juice, Black Peppercorn

Cayenne

Concentrated Cayenne Pepper Tincture

Blended

Number 1 

Almond Butter, bananas, Hemp Protein, MCT Oil, Maca Powder, Flax Sees, Chia Seeds, Cacao Nibs, Dates, Local Honey, Himalayan Sea Salt, Trace Mineral Blend

Number 2

Organic Strawberries, Fresh Pressed Local Ginger, Coconut Water, Aloe Juice, Local Honey, Probiotic Blend.

Number 3 

Fresh mint, bananas, kale, vegan protein blend, spirulina, lemon juice

Number 4

Avocado, Cucumber, Mango, Coconut Water, Vegran Protein blend, Glutamine

Bowls

Acai

Acai and strawberry blend topped with fresh fruit, Maui Sands*, hemp sees, goji berries, local honey

Green

Banana, pienapple, kale, spirulina blend with Maui Sanes, fresh fruit, goldenberries and cacao nibs, maple syrup

*Maui Sansa in a hand-crafted blend of toasted superfoods including oats, almonds, Flax, Sesame, Hawaiian Honey and Sea Salt

Tea

MK Light

Secret Service

When I sent out the inquiry to the local liquor producers looking for news and updates for my recent post, Booze News You Can Use, I got such a long response from Maui’s Winery that I knew it deserved its own post.

“There’s actually quite a lot of new things happening up here!”, shared Joseph Hegele, the winery’s Director of Marketing.  “We have a new brand releasing soon, new company logo, new website, reopening the old jail as a 2nd tasting room for all the new estate wines, new tour offerings, events and more!”

(Maui Made Note: Stay tuned here for news as these details are released! And make sure you are following the Winery on Facebook)  

My first inquiry was about the damage from Hurricane Iselle, as Ulupalakua took the brunt of the storm’s force.

Tim Garcia Hula Circle Wood Winery Upcountry Sculpture Carvings

The new rock wall replaces the picket fence that was destroyed by the storm. Tim Garcia’s sculptures, carved from 150 year old trees, which would have otherwise had to have been removed, stand in the background.

“We were lucky in a lot of ways, but Iselle got us pretty bad,” Hegele continued, “the grounds will be under repair and going through improvements for several months, an incredible new rock wall is being built around the perimeter of the winery grounds to replace the white picket that was demolished, we’re going to come out looking good.  The  2014 harvest of Malbec, Grenache, Viognier, Chenin Blanc, and Gewürztraminer came in before Iselle but we had a little over 13 tons of Syrah left on the vine.  The was no damage to the fruit luckily but with all that weight and 100 mile an hour gusts, the rows were like sails. We had entire rows of syrah that were laying flat on the ground, probably 50% of the 6 acres (50 rows) were at 45 degree angle or lying down.  We harvested a few days before we had planned to, again no fruit damage, and surprisingly no root or stock damage, they bent but did not break or uproot.”

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Harvesting the grapes at Maui’s Winery at Ulupalakua Ranch

“The entire 6 acres will have to be restaked and retrellised, still we celebrated the most successful harvest we’ve ever had and on our 40th year anniversary, and that’s the beauty of wine, its farming and we are at mercy of mother nature.  We did open up this years Syrah harvest to the public last minute, after Iselle we needed to get the grapes off the vine asap, with 24 hours notice we had 16 volunteers, 22 the next day, and 24 the last… incredible!  There were even people that came to the winery the day after Iselle without even being asking to help clean the winery grounds and all the fallen trees and mess.”

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Maui Winery’s 2014 Harvest Stats

 

“Forty years of trial and error and 3 replantings has this place producing quality fruit with place driven personality.  In the past because of the experimental nature of the vineyard, unique challenges growing vinifera here in Hawaii, replantings, waiting for maturity we’ve had many years without estate wines at all or maybe just a couple hundred cases of one varietal. This year’s harvest will result in a traditional saignée Grenache Rosé, Viognier, Chenin Blanc, extended tirage Chenin Blanc sparkling, Malbec, Grenache, and Syrah.  We’re still very small in the wine world but the vineyard is doing so well that we’ll be increasing estate wine production by 10 fold in a matter of just a few years. For being 40 years old, the vineyard is young and very healthy and it’s been fascinating to discover over the last couple years what personality these varietals exhibit in such a unique vineyard site, that’s what wine is all about, time and place.”

“We’re in the process right now of final blending trials and finishing the estate whites, while the estate reds are just now finishing malo and we’ll be doing oak trials in the coming weeks.  We got a new winemaker via the Willamette Valley of Oregon wine country, he’s been with us for about 8 months, making a huge impact. I’ve been with the company for about a year and a half, it’s an exciting time for us, lots of developments, changes and successes in our near future.”

Mahalo to Joseph for sharing this exciting news with us! 

Visit Maui’s Winery at Ulupalakua Ranch -

(New Tour Information & Website coming soon: Please Call 808-878-6058 to confirm before making the drive…)

Tastings: The King’s Cottage Tasting Room is open from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. daily (except for major holidays). The tasting room is the former guest cottage of King Kalakaua, Hawai‘i’s “Merrie Monarch.” Must be 21 years of age; valid ID required for wine tasting.

Tours: Complimentary 30 minute walking tours are offered at 10:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Hear the amazing history of the grounds, visit the winery’s production area and learn about how wine is made from grapes and fresh pineapple fruit – only in Hawai‘i!  Private groups of 10 or more and organized tours are requested to call in advance to make private tour arrangements.

What’s going on in the world of Maui-made liquors?  Lots… read on.

OCEAN® Organic Vodka   

Next time you head to the store for your OCEAN® Organic Vodka, expect a whole new bottle to reel you in!  At the Maui retailers that currently carry the 750ml bottle, the brand new ‘fishing float’ design will have you bobbing up and down in delight (sorry the fishing puns are just too easy).  Look for it at your favorite retailer, including ABC Stores, Times Supermarkets, Whaler’s General, Whole Foods and more starting mid-October 2014!  (OCEAN Pics by Jessica Pearl)

ocean new bottle vodka glass fishing float

The new bottle is inspired by the traditional glass fishing net float – first used by the Norwegians in the mid 1800’s.  Though they are no longer used for fishing, they occasionally wash up on shore or are found by boaters.   Especially in the Pacific, most of the glass floats coming ashore originated in Japan. The traditional glass floats are now recognized as collectors’ items around the world.

ocean new bottle vodka glass fishing float

In a nod to the brand’s global relevance, the neck of the bottle is angled to mimic that of the earth’s axis.  Additionally, the bottle subtly and elegantly showcases an evolved version of a more timeless logo mark.

The bottles are expected to wash ashore on the mainland beginning in January 2015.

maui new rum deep island rum wave clear Wave Rum

From the same distilling company that brings you OCEAN® Organic Vodka, Hawaii Sea Spirits introduces Deep Island Hawaiian Rum. Made from organic sugar cane and blended with deep ocean mineral water, Deep Island Hawaiian Rum delivers a true rum experience complete with all of the flavor and character that is germane to fresh pressed cane juice.  The authentic clear Maui rum is a little sweet with hints of tropical florals and rich dark molasses.  According to Hawaii Sea Spirits’ CEO Shay Smith. “This particular clear rum is dubbed “WAVE” to further depict our respect for the energy in water that brings life to our islands.”

The rum will be available for purchase and sampling at The Farm starting September 1 and in limited release for introduction in Hawai‘i this year (Look for it at any retailer that carries Ocean), and in full release in the US mainland markets beginning 2015.

Pau Vodka

The friendly folks (and by friendly we mean hilarious, and maybe a bit crazy, cough, cough, Mark...) at Haliimaile Distilling are taking the show on the road – on the third Thursday of each month as they co-sponsor Pau Vodka Night at Dazoo in Paia.   Each event brings a new theme (like 80’s night, below), four new cocktails, and zany new ways to win Pau Vodka swag, distillery tours and so on… (costume and instagram contest, etc).  Mark Nigbur, Haliimaile’s Master Distiller makes an appearance from 5-7pm, but sometimes the party goes all night…

 

Maui Brewing

maui brewing kihei construction opening Anyone who follows Maui Brewing on Instagram (and you should: @MauiBrewingCo) is enjoying following along on the process of the Kihei Brewery and pub.  Besides all the mouth-watering pics of brews from their Kahana location and beyond, we get to check out bits and pieces of the construction, like stained concrete floors and whatever these are:

with captions like this: Drag conveyor set. We can unload 48,000# of malt in 1 hr. By comparison. We unload 37,000# in 6hrs currently.

In other exciting news, the Bikini Blond Lager was named the official craft beer of Hawaiian Airlines, should be on your flight as of this month!  Congrats.

maui brewing hawaiian airlines

Costco Shopping 

A well known secret amongst the locals (ok, its not a secret at all) is that the booze selection at Costco is stellar.  They even regularly have someone to ask about the wine, so you can pick up something to go with your rotiserrie chicken or 10 pounds of sirloin.   Besides wine, they have a pretty decent beer selection with an increasing selection of craft brews, and just about any kind of liquor you may ever want.  I snapped some pics of the local choices just today, plus an awesome growler of Dead Guy Ale that glows.  I’m assuming its the label that glows but who knows, maybe the beer glows.  I should probably stock up since its almost my birthday….

ocean vodka costco price maui

 

Blogging Disclaimer: I am a paid consultant for Dazoo Restaurant. 

Your kids have too many friends to all fit in your backyard, you’ve done the beach park thing one too many times… where can you have a fun kids birthday party on Maui?  Here’s a list of some ideas to get you started!  Please comment with additional ideas!

Disclaimer: Things are always changing- so please CALL the venue first to confirm.  

  • birthday party maui ideas locationMaui Golf And Sports Park
  • Location: Maalaea
  • Cost: $175
  • Package: 10 Kids for 3 hours, includes 36 holes of gold, 10 minutes of bumper boats, 2 12’ pizzas, drinks and 3 tables by the bumper boat pool (you can bring in extra food!)
  • Contact:mauigolfsportspark.com or (808)242-7818
  • Bike Park Maui 
  • Location: Makawao (Baldwin Ave)
  • NEW ACTIVITY!  They are looking to create a designated location for parties and such, but currently open for groups and parties!
  • For More Info: bikeparkmaui.com

maui makawao bike park rentals

  • Valley Isle Gymnastics
  • Location: Kahului
  • Cost: Starts at $200 for 1 – 10 kids
  • Package Details: valleyislegymnastics.com/birthday_parties.htm
  • Times Available: Saturday or Sunday
  • Restrictions: Call one month in advance, participating guests must be 4 or older.
  • Maui Paintball
  • Location: Olowalu
  • Cost: starts at $200 for up to 10 players
  • For more info: mauipaintball.com
  • For more info: lahainaanimalfarm.com
  • Times Available: Saturdays and Sunday
  • Cost: starts at $325 for 1.5 hours, $395 for 2 hours with horseback riding, based on max of 12 guests.
  • Includes: Guided animal tour with ram, sheep, horses and more, treasure hunt and fishing for tilapia.  Horseback riding optional.
  • Location: Lahaina
  • Lahaina Animal Farm
  • hawaii nature center kids birthday partiesHawaii Nature Center
  • Location: Wailuku
  • Details: Invite your friends to play outdoors at the Hawaii Nature Center for your next birthday. Enjoy fishing, a hike through the forest, and do a nature craft with one of our Environmental Educators.
  • Contact:  (808) 244-6500 ext. 22.
  • or email volunteer@hawaiinaturecenter.org or visit : hawaiinaturecenter.org
  • Island Art Party 
  • Location: Kihei
  • Details: Kids Birthday Parties available in the morning (10AM to 12:30 PM) or afternoons (2PM to 4:30 PM) on Friday through Sunday. “At Island Art Party, we have an instructor that teaches the party participants to paint one of our featured paintings. It’s a very fun, social activity and each child will create his or her own masterpiece to bring home! You can see the available paintings by going to our website at www.islandartparty.com and clicking on the ‘Gallery’ tab. We provide everything the participants will need including brushes, canvas, paint, napkins, aprons, instruction and all cleanup. If requested, we are happy to put out a table for a birthday cake. We provide free fresh-popped popcorn and have a bar area with juices and soft drinks that can be purchased separately. “
  • Price:  Kama’aina pricing – For children ages 8-12 (age 8 is the minimum age) the price is $25 per child. Age 13 and up are $39 each on Friday or Saturday and are $29.50 on Sunday. Regular pricing – $59 for age 13 and up and $39 for ages 8-12.

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Where to have a children’s birthday party on Maui. Birthday Party Ideas

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“Adorned is the bosom with a Mo’olei” – Maile Naehu

Mo’olei is a poetic term in Hawaiian for one’s grandchildren. A grandparent affectionately refers to their grandchildren as the lei of flowers worn near their heart.

Mo’olei is also Hawaii’s newest fashion must-have.  Artist and designer Maile Naehu started the Mo’olei by Maile when taking a break from teaching to care for her own children.  Maile shares her story…

Maui Made: How did Mo’olei get its start?

Maile Naehu: I have always been an artist but never thought that I could make a living from it-  well, it’s almost two years later and business is starting to picking up! Mo’olei by Maile is a small family business where I integrate and express my lifestyle and values as a wahine Hawai’i in every piece.

maunaloa lei maui hawaii molokai how to make

Maunaloa is an infinty scarf lei that can be worn open as a lei, as a choker with draped lei, or doubled up when cold. Maunaloa is the Hawaiian name for a prized purple flower used to make a favored style of lei.

MM: What inspires your designs? 

Maile: Mo’olei scarf designs are inspired by Hawai’i’s breathtaking color schemes that nature provides. Each piece is individually hand dyed with batik or natural Hawaiian dyes in stream water, sun dried, hand cut and then fashioned into one of several designs. I wish to inspire a lifestyle of simplicity and sustainability as this is my way of life.  In light of this I only use recycled and upcycled t-shirts to fashion each scarf. Each shirt is dyed in the stream water that feeds into my home workshop, and dried on the line in my backyard.  All of my Mo’olei designs are named after the type of lei which it resembles and has a mo’olelo or story to accompany each piece.

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Maile lei is a ruffle scarf lei that can be worn open, tied, as a belt or head scarf. This scarf lei resembles a maile lei, which is worn open ended.

I find great importance in comfort as well as fashion and so Mo’olei scarves are made from light cotton t-shirts, allowing them to be breathable, but when doubled it provides warmth.  All of my designs can be worn in at least three different ways making it the finishing touch in casual as well as formal settings.

throw net scarf

Ho’olei is a poncho that is fashioned to resemble a throw net used by Hawaiian lawai’a (fishermen).

MM: Tell me about your background. 

Maile: I’m a Maui girl from Lahaina, I graduated from Lahainaluna and worked there as a Hawaiian Immersion teacher, and was the MC for the Old Lahaina Lu’au from 2000-2007. I moved to Molokai when my husband, a Moloka’i cowboy asked me to marry him.  I have been a hula practitioner for over 30 years and a speaker and educator of ‘Olelo Hawai’i, the Hawaiian language, for 20 years. I was raised in a family of artists and raise my children surrounded by the arts coupled with the Hawaiian language and practices as well.

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The Haku lei is a scarf lei with three rows of braids, and is named after the traditional style of lei making that involves braiding in different flowers and ferns.

MM: Where can you find Mo’olei? Where might people have seen them before?  

Maile: I have some pieces at Native Intelligence in Wailuku and my own web store. My sister sells my pieces at the Maui Hyatt Regency as well every Friday in the Lobby. I will also be at the Made in Maui County Festival in November at the MACC.  In the past, I was a featured designer at MAMo (Maoli Arts Month) at the Bishop  Museum and I’ve sold the scarves at the Merrie Monarch Festival.

Want more?  Check out Maile’s website and follow her on Facebook: 

Website: www.myleialoha.com

Facebook:  www.facebook.com/scarflei

Mahalo Maile for sharing your inspiring designs and story with us! 

Model Photography by J. Anthony Martinez

2015 wedding trend ideas maui hawaii

Part 2 of our 2015 Wedding Trend Series features an interview with Mandy, floral and event designer with Mandy Grace Designs!  Living walls, mixed metals and dreamy, lacy white weddings are just a few of the trends she is seeing and loving for the fall and coming up in 2015!

“In Hawaii, we really celebrate nature– most of our events are outside whether its a party on an oceanfront lawn or barefoot on the beach by the ocean. That whole idea of bringing the outdoors in when it comes to event decor is kind of flipped on its head here. We like to bring the indoors out (think chandeliers over wooden farm tables and cool furnishings you’d find in some grand hotel lobby). I tend to shy away from “wedding trends” in an effort to be more natural and timeless so I like to look beyond the wedding world. But there are definitely some key floral and wedding design elements that are on my radar for 2015!

Bouquet by Mandy Grace Designs, Photo by Rebecca Arthurs

Bouquet by Mandy Grace Designs, Photo by Rebecca Arthurs

1. Living Walls + Lush Greenery

We have some really interesting ferns here in the islands that add dimension and shape to an arrangement. Whether it’s a “living wall” made up of succulents that is the focal point of the ceremony site or a more simple and sparse installation of greenery on a white canvas backdrop, I love the idea of incorporating greens into the wedding setting. I wouldn’t encourage my brides to eliminate all flowers;) but the possibilities of working with lush greenery are endless.

Green Living Wall

photo by Picotte Photography

Metal Arch Maui Wedding Floral Design

Arch by Mandy Grace Designs – Photography by Anna Kim Photography

2. Mixed Metals

Last year we saw the copper craze take off and I’m still feeling it. You could add more interest with various mixed metals (rose gold, tarnished silver, galvanized tin, brass) to house flower vessels on a table top or lining the ceremony aisle. I love the idea of using copper piping for an arch or overhead lighting. Soften up the look with a monochromatic white color story and you’ve got that mix of feminine and masculine going on– perfect for a wedding!

White Wedding Bouquet Trend 2015 - Wedding White Flowers Ideas Trends

Mandy Grace Designs All White Bouquet – Photography by Rebecca Arthurs

 

 

 3. All White

Am I the only designer feeling a pull back to the traditional white wedding? Don’t get me wrong, I’m far from traditional but the look of a line-up of bridesmaids in white floor-length dresses holding super romantic white peonies gets me every time. And when I think of white, I think of lace— always gorgeous. White can be sleek and modern or soft and romantic or vintage and age-old.”

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White Lace Dresses by Stone Cold Fox

Mahalo to Mandy for sharing your beautiful designs and your insight on wedding trends with us!

 

PC for top collage: Lauren Scotti (Rose Gold Arch), Rebecca Arthurs (green bouquet), Anna Kim ( arch white flowers)

 

It hasn’t even started getting cooler yet (in fact, it’s hotter this week now that the summer’s cooling tradewinds are on hold) – but the Fall Festival season is just about to get hopping!  Here are some of the best events coming in for the end of September and October and November.   If you have a totally awesome event that you would like featured here, please send it in! (contact info in About section).

  • Event: MAPA Garden Party
  • Date: Sunday, September 21
  • Time:1-5pm
  • Location: Yokouchi Estate, Wailuku
  • Details: An elegant afternoon of food, wine, friends and great hats.  A benefit for MAPA’s Educations and Performing Arts Programs. Silent Auction and Live Auction
  • Cost: $75 per person, $85 at the event (21 years and older)
  • For More Info: http://www.mauiacademy.org/garden.asp
  • Event: St. John’s Kula Festival
  • Date: Saturday, September 27
  • Time: 9am – 4pm
  • Location: 8992 Kula Hwy, Across from Keokea Park
  • Details: Ono food, baked goods, kids games, free face painting, plants, flowers, farm fresh produce, crafters, silent auction and live entertainment. beneficiaries this year include A Cup of Cold Water and the Hope Lodge.
  • Cost: $1, kids under 10 free
  • For More Info: 878-1485
  • kula pumpkin picking 2014 when does it open Event: Pumpkin Patch Season Starts!
  • Date: Saturday, September 27
  • Location: Kula Country Farms
  • Details: Corn maze, visit with farm animals, pick your own pumpkin and more!  Rumor of something new this year: mini-golf!
  • Cost: varies per activity
  • For More Info: http://kulacountryfarmsmaui.com
  • Event: Maui Calls
  • Date: Saturday, September 27
  • Time: 6pm
  • Location: Maui Arts and Cultural Center
  • Details: (Previously scheduled for August but postponed due to the hurricanes) “Celebrating the Music of Hawaii” is the theme, with music flowing throughout the evening, from greeting to goodbye. Throughout the evening, guests may eat their fill of gourmet pupu and dessert creations offered by almost 20 of Maui’s finest restaurants, and sample fine wines. Silent and live auctions and dancing!
  • Cost: $175 (21 and over only)
  • For More Info: http://www.mauiarts.org/?p=2&Month=09&Year=2014&showID=780&d=2014-09-27
  • Event: TEDxMaui
  • Date: Sunday, September 28
  • Time: 9am – >
  • Location: MACC Castle Theater
  • Details: All day event includes innovative and inspiring speakers and performers who have the courage to dream and change the world with revolutionary ideas.
  • Cost: $100
  • For More Info:  http://www.mauiarts.org/?p=2&Month=09&Year=2014&showID=832
  • Event: Maui Fair (92nd)
  • Dates: Thursday, October 2 – Sunday, October 5
  • Times: Vary by day
  • Location: Kahului fairgrounds
  • Details: It’s the County Fair!  Pretty Much Everything!
  • For More info: mauifair.com
  • Event: Maui Children and Youth Day
  • Date: Saturday, October 11
  • Time: 3-6pm
  • Location: Kenolio Rec Center, Kihei
  • Details: Crafts, games, treasure hunt, food booths and more at this free, family friendly event.
  • Cost: Free!
  • For More Info: 879-8698
  • maui 2014 fall events calendar listing pumpkin patch Event: Fall Festival at Carden Academy
  • Date: Saturday, October 18
  • Time: 9am – 2pm
  • Location: Carden Academy of Maui
  • Details: Carden Academy will be transformed into an upcountry harvest festival for the entire community to enjoy! Games, delicious food, book fair, entertainment, hand-made goodies, rummage sale and so much more! This is a great opportunity to learn more about Carden Academy as well with admissions information available, and special activities for potential incoming kindergarteners.
  • Cost: $1 donation to Pukalani Backpack Buddies for age 13 and up
  • For More Information: http://www.cardenmaui.org
  • NOTE: Crafters are welcome to apply to sell their wares at the festival!  To get an application, contact Ellyn at emortimer@cardenmaui.org
  • Event: Ghoulin Rouge Haunted Prom
  • Date: Friday, October 24
  • Location: Montessori School of Maui, Makawao
  • Details: Check out Maui’s best 21 and over Halloween costume party and help raise funds in support of the school’s mission.  Enjoy handcrafted artisan cocktails by Garnish, a sumptuous buffet by Three’s Catering, a funky DJ dance party by Valerie the Vibe Goddess and tons of Halloween fun. Indulge in an amazing array of silent auction bargains and enter to win a killer prize in our costume contest.
  • Cost: Tickets start from $85
  • For More Info:http://www.momi.org/events/ghoulinrouge.cfm
  • Event: Noble Chef (18th Annual)
  • Date: Saturday, November 1
  • Time: sometime in the evening…
  • Location: Fairmont Kea Lani, Wailea
  • Details: Maui Culinary Academy’s biggest annual fundraiser – this year’s theme is La Dolce Vita “The sweet life” – with a tasting reception, elegant dinner and fine Italy-inspired wines and spirits, after party lounge and a unique auction.  Maui’s celebrity chefs partner up with the culinary students to create amazing creations!
  • Cost: Prices start at $195
  • For more info and to purchase tickets ONLINE: http://noblechef.maui.hawaii.edu
  • Event: Made in Maui County Festival
  • Date: Friday, Nov 7 (buyer only) & Saturday, Nov 8
  • Time: varies each day
  • Location: MACC
  • Details:first-ever event showcasing a wide variety of Made in Maui County products, including foods, produce, art, crafts, jewelry, fashions, gifts, and collectibles ALL in one location. There will also be demonstrations, food trucks and more. For buyers only on Friday, open to public on Saturday!
  • Cost: $3, kids 12 and under free
  • For More Info: http://www.madeinmauicountyfestival.com
  • Event: Dine Out for Hospice Maui
  • Date: Tuesday, November 11
  • Time: varies by restaurant
  • Location: numerous restaurants island-wide!
  • Details: Dine at one of the many restaurants taking part in this event, and a portion of the proceeds from the day or selected course will be donated to Hospice Maui.
  • For more information: http://www.hospicemaui.org
  • Event: Hui No’eau Food and Wine Celebration (8th Annual)
  • Date: Friday, November 14
  • Time: 5:30pm
  • Location: Hotel Wailea
  • Details: Maui’s top chefs create small plates that are paired with a mouth-watering range of superb wines. This fabulous “friendraiser” promotes and supports the Hui No‘eau’s mission to unlock creativity through exceptional visual arts education.
  • Cost: Tickets are $150 or $250 for VIP
  • For More Info: http://huifoodwine.weebly.com

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