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5:30-9:00 pm, $95 per person. Roll up your sleeves and expand
your mind and recipe book alongside Chef Lee, working in a state-of-the-art commercial kitchen and learning some
tricks of the trade from one of Maui's best teaching chefs. In three and a half hours you will create festive Mexican-inspired dishes that include Handmade Corn Tortillas, Pico
de Gallo, Guacamole and Chips, Pineapple Rum Ceviche, Taco and Fajita bar, Marinated seared fresh catch, Flan,
Tequila, Margaritas and Sangria.
For more info,
you can contact Chef Lee at firstname.lastname@example.org
FREE. Presented by the nonprofit Arts Education for Children Group and produced by Ke Kula Mele Hawaiian School of Music,
this three-day event brings together master steel guitar players and aficionados from around the world for a celebration of the music created on the Hawaiian steel guitar.
It features performances, presentations, workshops and kani ka pila (jam sessions) focused on the Hawaiian steel guitar and its importance in the Hawaiian music genre. Cultural activities include hula, lei making, ukulele, and story-telling throughout the weekend.
Master steel players headlining this year's festival include: Alan Akaka, Jeff Au Hoy, Kiyoshi "Lion" Kobayashi (Japan), Eddie Palama, Ed Punua, Owana Salazar, Greg Sardinha, and Maui steel guitarists Ross Ka'a'a, Joel Katz, and Geri Valdriz.
For more information and a complete schedule, visit www.mauisteelguitarfestival.com.
9a-4pm. Haiku Community Center. Benefits Haiku Elementary School, Haiku Community Association and Boys & Girls Club Maui-Haiku. The event is FREE
Sat, 9am-5pm, Free Admission. Farmers' Market, Poi Pounding, Arts &
Crafts, Food Booths, Music & Hula.
Sun, 7:30am-10:30am: Taro Pancake Breakfast, 11am: Kahanu Garden Tours, 11am: Kapahu Living Farm Lo'i Excursion.