Japan, On Osaka and beyond from an insiders view

May 11th, 2018

A talk with Kathy Takushi and Jason Verkaart. Jason lives in Osaka and Maui, with great tips on Osaks and surrounding areas. 

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Pacific Whale Foundation’s events coming up

December 27th, 2017

Saturday, February 10

Run & Walk for Whales

One of Maui's largest run and walking events. Participants can choose from a 1 Mile, 5k, 10k or Maui's only 11.5 Mile course. Post run celebration in the courtyard will be bigger and better than ever, with music by DJ Teddy Rux of Your Mix Maui , breakfast for participants, eco vendors, the Wild and Wonderful Whale Regatta, and great prizes. All participants receive a medal, t shirt and breakfast.

 

February 11 - 24

Online Auction for Whales

Bid on hundreds of items including accommodation, dining, activities, art and jewelry for a great cause

Biddingowl.com/pacificwhale

 

Tuesday, February 13

Online Chat with the Experts

An interactive discussion focused on current issues impacting our oceans and marine life. Watch the discussion live through PWF’s YouTube channel and submit your questions for the experts. 

 

Friday, February 16

Maui Whale Festival storytime performance with Banana Slug String Band at the Kihei Library

 

Concert Cruise with John Cruz

A Grammy winning singer songwriter, John has distinguished himself as one of the most talented artists that has ever come from Hawaii. Honored to perform for President Obama's historic inauguration, you may recognize one of his biggest hits 'Island Style'. Join John for a special dance party at sea. Leaving from Lahaina Harbor 2:30pm. 

 

2nd Annual World Whale Film Festival- Kaanapali Beach Hotel

Promoting visual storytellers who are passionate about whales, dolphins and our oceans. Our mission is to tell powerful stories that inspire ocean and wildlife conservation around the world.

 

Series of short films, followed by a feature film.

 Feature Film ‘BLUE’ is a documentary charting the drastic decline in the health of our oceans. With more than half of all marine life lost and the expansion of the industrialization of the seas, the film sets out the challenges we are facing and the opportunities for positive change. Topics covered in the film include marine debris, illegal fishing, shark fining and entanglement.

Madison Stewart aka Shark Girl to introduce the film. Underwater film maker and shark activist, Madison uses her camera and social media as tools to grow public awareness about the plight of sharks, with the ultimate goal of getting governments around the world to take action to protect sharks.

 

Free event, RSVP at mauiwhalefestival.org

 

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