September 2019

September 2019

Newsletter: September on Maui “Kikakapu” by Carrie Lee Brady Gyotaku – Fish Printing Gyotaku is a traditional Japanese practice which dates back to the mid 1800’s. What was originally fishermen’s method of recording their catches has...
August 2019

August 2019

Newsletter: August on Maui Sunset Hula by Steve Rinaldi Statehood DayHawai’i commemorates Statehood day this month, on August 16th. The history of Hawai’i becoming the 50th US State is controversial and we feel it is important to briefly highlight the...
July 2019

July 2019

Newsletter: July on Maui “Mr. Bubbles Napili Point” by Sandra Greenberg Honu – Hawaiian Green Sea TurtlesOne of Hawaii’s main attractions is the ocean that surrounds us. Each year, numerous Hawaii beaches are top ranked as best in the world.One...
June 2019

June 2019

Newsletter: June on Maui “Whale’s Eye View ~ Lahaina” by Lisabongzee Lahaina Lahaina town, on the West Side of Maui, is rich in culture and history. Lele is the ancient name of the town which we now call Lahaina. La Haina in the Hawaiian Language...
May 2019

May 2019

Newsletter: May on Maui “Nene” by Christine Halton Hawai’i’s state bird – the Nene, is the world’s rarest goose.Nene, (pronounced nay-nay) get their name from the sound of the call that they make. They are also known to moo like a...
April 2019

April 2019

Newsletter: April on Maui “Hawaiian Alphabet” by Caroline Killhour The Hawaiian language is one of the oldest living languages in the world. Today, only about .1% of the people who live in Hawaii speak its native tongue.Before 1820, Hawaiian was strictly...

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