Join us on the land for a fun-filled day for the entire family!
One of our most popular annual events, the Waihee Hoolaulea is a free celebration in honor of the Waihee community and those that help steward this land.
This year, there will be live hula by kumu Kaponoai Molitau and Halau Na Hanona Kulike ‘O Pi’ilani, live music by George Kahumoku, Jr., interactive and educational games offered by partner nonprofits like: West Maui Watershed, Maui Nui Seabird Recovery Project, Na Koa Manu Conservation/Maui Forest Bird Recovery Project, cultural demonstrations by Kekai Robinson and Denby Freeland, guided hikes led by Scott FIsher, lei gathering and making led by James Crowe and Lauren Shearer, and much more!
Bring your appetite, there will also be delicious food provided by Kahumoku Farms and Shave Ice by Tobi’s Shave Ice (while supplies last). Seating is limited so bring your chairs and blankets and spend the afternoon in one of the most beautiful settings on Maui.
Please note that, while this event is family friendly, it is not pet friendly. Waihee is a refuge for our native plants and animals. Please do not bring your dog to the event. Mahalo!
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or (808) 791-0729 today!
Sign up to participate in a Talk Story on the Land during the event.