Maui Weekly What’s Happening – August 5, 2022

Happy Aloha Friday! It’s the first weekend in August. The kids here on Maui just went back to school this week and it is starting to feel like the home stretch of the summer season. We have some fun events lined up this weekend including Jim Jeffries at the MACC, the Maui Open, Champagne Hale open this weekend as well as a great opportunity to learn about the ‘ulu.

Hawaii Botanical Farms Tour – ‘Ulu Educational Workshop – Seed to Market Initiative

breadfruit on tree

As part of its free community agricultural education series, the Hawaii Institute of Pacific Agriculture is hosting a special two-hour this Saturday at 10:00 am at the Kohala Village Hub.

Learn about the cultivation of ‘Ulu (breadfruit) with Dana Shapiro, co-founder and General Manager of the Hawai’i ‘Ulu Cooperative. The workshop will share practical knowledge about this incredible staple Hawaiian canoe crop, including how to space trees, prepare the planting area, plant, water, maintain, control pests, harvest, and sell any excess harvest beyond your family’s needs locally through Kohala Food Hub.

A planting demonstration will round out the workshop, with a delicious Farm Fresh Lunch, featuring ‘ulu and by donation, will be prepared by Chef Erika Kuhr.

To reserve your spot, Ulu Workshop Google Drive Sign Up

If you can’t make it in person, you can attend virtually. The 8/6 ‘Ulu workshop will also be live streamed on Zoom.

Register Here to Attend Via Zoom

Maui Open – The Dunes At Maui Lani Golf Course

The Maui Open is back this weekend for the first time since 2019! This little event got quite big in the past and hopefully will pick right back up. This is 36-hole stroke play tournament open to professionals and amateurs. Spectators must walk and are encouraged to stay in the rough areas.

For more information, please contact the Tournament Committee:
Scott Reinhart, PGA at 808-872-9047 or or Mike Morris at 808-264-4007 or Furthermore, questions can also be directed to the Pro Shop at 808-873-0422.

Link for more: Dunes at Maui Lani

Jim Jefferies: The Moist Tour

jim jeffries moist tour

Friday, Aug 5 2022,

7:00 PM

Jim Jeffries opens his tour on Maui! Catch Jim Jeffries tonight at the MACC’s Castle Theater for the opening show of his tour.

Link for more: Jim Jefferies at the MACC

Champagne Hale at Cliff House

montage kapalua bay maui coastline

The Montage at Kapalua Bay brings back the Champagne Hale at Cliff House. With 2 seatings at 4:00 pm and 6:00 pm on both Saturday and Sunday this weekend, the pop up at Cliff House with epic views, champagne and pupus is the perfect way to cap off a day at the beach or pool.

Link for more:  Champagne Hale at Cliff House

As always, hope to see you out there and have fun and stay safe!

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