Toni Rojas talks about this week at Queen Ka’ahumanu Center

April 19th, 2017

 talked with Toni Rojas, Marketing Director at the Queen Ka'ahumanu Center. Here's what's going on in April.

April Theme:

LET’S support autism awareness TOGETHER

COMING UP THIS WEEK!

HMSA PRESENTS MAUI FRESH FARMERS MARKET 

EVERY TUES, THURS & FRI | 8AM-4PM

 QKC PRESENTS KOKUA KORNER 

FEATURING MAUI FAMILY SUPPORT SERVICES

FRIDAY, APRIL 21 | 5-9PM

  • Since its founding in 1980, MFSS has been providing quality, evidence-based services to families on Maui, Molokai, and Lanai.

 ICELL HAWAII GRAND OPENING

SATURDAY, APRIL 22 | 9:30AM-9:00PM

PREMIER LOCAL CELL PHONE ACCESSORIES STORE & ELECTRONICS REPAIR CENTER

  MOKICHI OKADA ASSOCIATION

29TH ANNUAL MOA MUSEUM OF ART CHILDREN’S PAINTING CONTEST AWARDS

 DRIVE ALOHA FAIR

SATURDAY, APRIL 22 & SUNDAY, APRIL 23 | 11AM – 3PM

DISTRACTED DRIVING EDUCATION WITH INTERACTIVE SIMULATORS

  • April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month and DTRIC Insurance and the Hawaiʻi Department of Transportation are partnering to host interactive community fairs statewide to remind motorists about the importance of driving safely.
  • A Maui fair focused on driving with aloha and traffic safety takes place on Saturday and Sunday, April 22-23 at the Queen Kaʻahumanu Center from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on both days.
  • At each of the events, the public can participate in experiences to better understand the dangers of distracted driving and driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs, as well as learn more about pedestrian safety and child passenger safety.
  • FREE

 QKC PRESENTS KARAOKE STAR SATURDAYS

SATURDAY, APRIL 22 | 5:30-7:30P 

CAR & TRUCK CLUB CRUISIN’ WITH SCION

SATURDAY, APRIL 22 | 5:30-9PM

KA’AHUMANU AVE PARKING LOT

  • All car and truck clubs are welcome to join in with the Scion club this Saturday
  • Public is welcome to check out all these unique cars and trucks. 
  • FREE

 

 

SPRING SESSION STARTS TUESDAY, APRIL 25 | 10AM-1PM

WALK QKC WITH US TOWARDS A HEALTHER COMMUNITY

  • Session is 8 weeks, can join in any day in the session and any time between 10am and 1pm
  • All ages welcome
  • Walkers eligible to win Meadow Gold prizes
  • FREE

 QKC & SOUTHERN  PRAYING MANTIS PRESENT TAI CHI 

THURSDAY, APRIL 27 | CENTER COURT | 10AM – 11AM

FREE DEMONSTRATION & CLASS WITH MASTER SIFU DAVID MORAGNE

  • This Slow and Gentle Style OF Tai Chi has many advantages

 

 

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A talk with Kenya Autie about Ave Maria, Queen of Angels

April 18th, 2017

I talk with Kenya Autie about my CD Ave Maria, Queen of Angels. My New CD Ave Maria the Queen of Angels was nominated for a Na Hoku Hanohano Award in th Religious Category. This isnpiring CD is  mixed with inspiring music from Award winning artists and spoken word messages. Mother Mary Is the Queen of Angels. She is reaching out to people now more than ever, for it is time for us to embrace Her gifts of forgiveness, compassion and Mercy. I Saw Mother Mary come to me in a vision, and she handed me a golden globe. She asked me to share her messages. She conveyed to me many words, but one really was very important and that She was not just for one religion She was for EVERYONE. 
This CD is great to use for meditation, prayer and realizations that will touch yoursoul.http://www.marysmessagesoflove.com

https://www.cdbaby.com/cd/cindypaulos3

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Archie Kalepo talks about Olukai Ho’olaulea

April 13th, 2017

I talekd to Archie Kaleap about this years Olukia Ho‘olaule‘a –Ho‘olaule‘a literally, it means “celebration”, but for us, it’s also an expression of gratitude. Each May, we hold our interpretation of this storied Hawaiian tradition on Maui’s north shore. The event blends elite competition with family-friendly cultural activities and gathers some of the world’s best SUP, OC1 & OC2 paddlers to race the legendary 8-mile Maliko downwind run. Friends and families come together to enjoy canoe sailing and surfing, ancient Hawaiian games, traditional luau, hula, and live music. We take this opportunity to recognize and honor our Ama OluKai Foundation beneficiaries, as the community shares collective gifts of time, energy, and spirit.
Join us for our 9th Annual OluKai Ho‘olaule‘a. 
Deadline to Pre-Register & Guaranteed Premium Race Package: Friday, April 14th, 2017 at Midnight PST.
*Premium Race Package Includes: Sandals, Official Race Jersey, and Luau Tickethttps://www.olukai.com/hoolaulea.html

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Da Kidney Da Kine Day this saturday

April 11th, 2017

Talked with Cassandra Ford about Da Kidney Da Kine day, happenign this saturday for 10-2Pm at the Queen Kaahumanu Center. I'll be MCing and music from Peter Kater, and Pat Simmons Jr.  Aunty Doll's Hula Halau and Free testingfor Kidney disease.

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A Talk with World renowned chef Lisa Dahl

April 5th, 2017

A talk with the amazing Sedona Chef Lisa Dahl. Here's an excerpt for Best Chefs America about Lisa...Lisa Dahl of MariposaCucina RusticaDahl Ristorante Italiana, and Pisa Lisa carries herself. The Sedona, AZ Best Chef has her hands on every aspect of her restaurants — from the decor to the food. Each detail is designed to mesmerize guests as they soak up the dynamic beauty of the Red Rock canyons. Dahl herself embodies the same elegance reflected in her cooking and each one of her dining rooms. her cookbook, The Elixir of Life, is another accomplishment that the Best Chef says gave her an identity. After it was published, people wanted to meet her and work with her, and this success inspired her to keep opening new places. 

Dahl is in her element in Sedona, a place where she moved to heal personally after the death of her son. She says she didn’t come here to start her many enterprises. It was something that happened, as people embraced and were embraced by her cooking and concepts. 

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Clifford Naeole with Betty Hay Freeland and Sarai

April 5th, 2017

I talk with Clifford Naeole, Betty Hay Freeland and  Sarai; about 25th Annual Celebration of the Arts at the Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua. This much anticipated event will convene Hawaii’s most reputable artisans, educators, cultural practitioners, speakers and entertainers, April 14 – 16, during the 25th Annual Celebration of the Arts. The theme for the 2017 event is “Wahi Mahalo…A Universal Thank You” in honor of the 25th anniversary of Celebration of the Arts.

Opening ceremonies include traditional Hawaiian oli (chants) from Hawaiian practitioners while music and hula will be continuous throughout the weekend. Hands-on art, demonstrations, films, cultural panels, music and dance will act as the common ground to allow visitors and residents the opportunity to interact and enjoy the “Number 1 rated cultural event” according Modern Luxury Hawaii magazine. The Celebration of the Arts has also been the recipient of the coveted “Keep it Hawaii Kahili Award” presented by the Hawaii Tourism Association.

The Celebration of Island Tastes will culminate the weekend festivities and is a brand new twist on the traditional Celebration Lu’au and Show!  Hawaiian food prepared by Hawaiian hands – from various local families, non-profits, vendors and practitioners.  Stroll through the Pavilion and fill your plates with the best prepared traditional and contemporary lu’au foods in the State on this given night.  Live entertainment will complete the ambiance as you engage in conversation and perhaps obtain a secret recipe!

The Celebration After-Hours Party is the finale and is held in the hotel’s Salon Ballroom with no cover charge from 8 p.m. to 12 a.m. on Friday and Saturday night. The finest talent in Hawaii will take the stage with impromptu performances in a fun filled jam-session that reflects upon the spirit of aloha that the islands are known for. A special Celebration of the Arts Room Package is in effect and additional information can be found on the Accommodations section of this website.  For more information on The Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua, please visit www.ritzcarlton.com/kapalua.

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Mick Fleetwood on Sammy Hagar event

April 4th, 2017

Blessed to have a conversation with Mick Fleetwood about upcoming show with Sammy Hagar this sunday April 9th. Join us for the premiere of Sammy Hagar's Rock & Roll Road Trip- MAUI EPISODE! Sammy Hagar (The Red Rocker) will be joined on the Main Stage by Mick Fleetwoodtwood and Willie K. for an intimate acoustic set before the show!

Main Floor Doors Open: 7:30pm

Rooftop Doors Open: 7:45pm

ROOFTOP TICKETS ARE FOR THE OPEN-AIR VIEWING PARTY. THERE WILL BE SCREENS WITH A LIVE FEED. TABLES WILL BE RESERVED BASED ON DATE OF PURCHASE. RAIN OR SHINE.

SEATED TICKETS ARE ASSIGNED BASED ON DATE OF PURCHASE. THEATER STYLE SEATS, NO TABLE.

STANDING/LOUNGE TICKETS ARE IN OUR MAIN BAR AND LOUNGE. LIMITED SEATING IS AVAILABLE AND FIRST COME FIRST SERVE. THE BAR & LOUNGE IS OPEN STARTING AT 2PM FOR HAPPY HOUR.

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Grant Maloy Smith talks about new cd Dustbowl

April 3rd, 2017

A talk with American Roots Recording Artist Grant Maloy Smith about his new CD Dust Bowl. He heard the strains of bluegrass from his Kentucky-born and raised Grandmother, and it got into his blood. His 2013 album, the critically-acclaimed “Yellow Trailer,” is a collection of heartfelt songs that will take you on an invigorating ride through the fabled American south. His new album “Dust Bowl - American Stories,” has been widely anticipated by his fans all over the world. In Dust Bowl, every song is set squarely in the Great Plains of the 1930's, during the worst economic and environmental disaster that America has ever seen. Learn more about the album here.http://grant-maloy-smith.com

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The 25th Annual Celebration of the Arts at the

March 31st, 2017

I talk with Clifford Naeole about 25th Annual Celebration of the Arts at the Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua. This much anticipated event will convene Hawaii’s most reputable artisans, educators, cultural practitioners, speakers and entertainers, April 14 – 16, during the 25th Annual Celebration of the Arts. The theme for the 2017 event is “Wahi Mahalo…A Universal Thank You” in honor of the 25th anniversary of Celebration of the Arts.

Opening ceremonies include traditional Hawaiian oli (chants) from Hawaiian practitioners while music and hula will be continuous throughout the weekend. Hands-on art, demonstrations, films, cultural panels, music and dance will act as the common ground to allow visitors and residents the opportunity to interact and enjoy the “Number 1 rated cultural event” according Modern Luxury Hawaii magazine. The Celebration of the Arts has also been the recipient of the coveted “Keep it Hawaii Kahili Award” presented by the Hawaii Tourism Association.

The Celebration of Island Tastes will culminate the weekend festivities and is a brand new twist on the traditional Celebration Lu’au and Show!  Hawaiian food prepared by Hawaiian hands – from various local families, non-profits, vendors and practitioners.  Stroll through the Pavilion and fill your plates with the best prepared traditional and contemporary lu’au foods in the State on this given night.  Live entertainment will complete the ambiance as you engage in conversation and perhaps obtain a secret recipe!

The Celebration After-Hours Party is the finale and is held in the hotel’s Salon Ballroom with no cover charge from 8 p.m. to 12 a.m. on Friday and Saturday night. The finest talent in Hawaii will take the stage with impromptu performances in a fun filled jam-session that reflects upon the spirit of aloha that the islands are known for. A special Celebration of the Arts Room Package is in effect and additional information can be found on the Accommodations section of this website.  For more information on The Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua, please visit www.ritzcarlton.com/kapalua.

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MauiCounty Ag Fest with Charlene Kahane

March 29th, 2017

The 10th Annual Maui County Agricultural Festival, Maui’s prime event to raise awareness about Maui ag while invigorating Maui ag, will take place on Sat., April 1. Event hours are 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.; admission is $5 for adults (kupuna 65 and over free and keiki under 18 free as well). Free parking and shuttle transfers from Ma’alae’a side parking lot to main entrance. Families won’t want to miss this year’s “Maui Legacy Pancake Breakfast” from 8 am – 10:30 am. It’s bingo, a raffle and time to honor four Maui farmers who have contributed greatly to Maui’s agricultural industry. AgFest..http://www.mauicountyfarmbureau.org/maui-county-agricultural-festival-2/

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