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...
March 2019

March 2019

Newsletter: Makaki (March) on Maui “Soft Petals” by Christine Waara Plumeria Plumeria’s are often associated with Hawai’i and have become a symbol representative of our state.Not native to Hawai’i, Plumeria’s were brought here in...
February 2019

February 2019

Newsletter: February on Maui Blown Glass Wave by Ryan Staub He’e Nalu (Surfing) in Hawai’iSurfing is believed to have originated in ancient Polynesia, and later thrived in Hawai’i. The first record of surfing was made by Lieutenant James King in...
January 2019

January 2019

Newsletter: Two Thousand Nineteen, on Maui Maui Hands 2018 Christmas Party Hau’oli Makahiki HouHappy New Year!As we all look forward to 2019 and what it will bring, we also look back on this past year.2018 was a great year for us at Maui Hands!We launched our...
December 2018

December 2018

Newsletter: December on Maui this holiday season, support local small businesses Thank you for Supporting Local If you’re reading this newsletter, its because you’ve shopped with us in the past, or you’ve shown interest in our galleries.We appreciate...

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