There are many events happening on Maui this Easter weekend. Maui residents and visitors have a lot to choose from. I would like to recommend two that I think you would enjoy the most. These two events will enable you to experience Malama Maui at its best: the CELEBRATION OF ARTS happening in Kapalua and the AG FESTIVAL at Maui Tropical Plantation in Waikapu.
CELEBRATION OF ARTS
April 2 & 3, 2010 – Ritz Carlton Kapalua
Celebration of the Arts is Hawaiian premiere hands-on arts and cultural festival. There, kamaâaina and visitors will experience the “Hawaiian heart and soulâ€ through interaction with artisans, cultural practitioners, workshops, films, food and music. Live entertainment music will be performed by Vaihi, Waipuna, Ulalena and Lono.
Events are scheduled from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on both days. Admission to many events are free. Others such as Celebration Paina and Easter Brunch require reservation. Â Click here for the Schedule of Events. For more information, visit it’s official website at www.celebrationofthearts.org
The Maui Visitors Bureau Facebook has listed this event. If you are planning to go the Celebration of Arts, I encourage you to RSVP at VisitMaui Page so we know you are coming. Maybe we can meet there and have fun together.
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AG FESTIVAL 2010
April 3, 2010 – Maui Tropical Plantation
The Ag Festival is Maui’s prime event to raise awareness about the Maui agriculture. Â The entire industry, its allies, and supporters come together on the luau grounds of Maui tropical Plantation in Waikapu to share what each group does for the collective good of agriculture in the County, and to showcase agriculture’s vital role in the economy, environment, and lifestyle of Maui. Â Free and open to the general public from 9 AM to 4 PM. Â Â Festival highlights include:Â Ag Demonstrations and Activities, Ask the Farm Dcotor, Entertainment, Grown on Maui Farmer’s Market, Health and Wellness, Keki Zone, Literary Resources, Â Paniolo Hall of Fame, Livestock, Taste Education Â and Victory Farm.
There is a fee to join the Taste Education. Â There you will be able to meet the local chefs, farmers and ranchers who are creating menus that matter, and enjoy tastings served by 15 restaurants. Â Tickets can be purchased at www.mauicountyfarmbureau.org.
The Maui Visitors Bureau Facebook has listed this event. Â If you are planning to go the Ag Festival 2010, I encourage you toÂ RSVP at VisitMaui Page so we know you are coming. Maybe we can meet there and have fun together.
The Celebration of the Arts sounds like fun!
As for the Ag Festival, I’d love to participate in the Taste Education event… mmmm!
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This was such an eventful weekend here in Maui. As a tight-knit community, we have certainly shown that we have diversity, cultural value, and a growing awareness. On a side note, I had brunch at Gannon’s Pacific View (I think that’s the name of it now, it was the Seawatch restaurant previously) and I must say that I am extremely happy with their food. Happy Easter.
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