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COMMUNITY NEWS for September 15 issue

By Staff | Sep 15, 2016

The free weekly magic show at Lahaina Cannery Mall has moved to Saturdays at noon. Maui magician Holden Mowat (above), with his interactive, all-ages magic-comedy performance, will continue to wow audiences at center stage. The magic veteran from the award-winning Kupanaha Magic Dinner Show will perform every Saturday at noon. In addition, on Tuesday, free ukulele lessons start at 5:45 p.m.; free hula lessons are offered at 5 p.m. on Thursday; keiki hula shows start at 1 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday; and Maui Toy Works holds Yu-Gi-Oh Card Sessions from 3 to 5 p.m. on Saturdays. For more information, call 661-5304, visit LahainaCanneryMall.com, or follow @LahainaCannery on Twitter and Facebook.

Event to benefit the Lahaina Complex tutoring program

WEST MAUI – Beyond the Rainbow Foundation and People for Educational Equality will stage the Anuenue Gala on Oct. 20, 2016 at the Sheraton Maui Resort.

This benefit for the Lahaina Complex After School Tutoring Program will feature dance music by Jimmy Mac & the Kool Kats.

Two ticket options are available. A dinner-dessert-dance package from 5:45 to 10 p.m. is on sale for $180 before Sept. 15 and $200 after. The dessert-dance option from 7 to 10 p.m. costs $70 before Sept. 15 and $80 after. Purchase tickets online at “http://www.Beyond-the-Rainbow.org/AnuenueGala”>www.Beyond-the-Rainbow.org/AnuenueGala.

Call 665-5815 for information. Beyond the Rainbow Foundation and People for Educational Equality are registered 501(c)(3) non-profits.

Legendary ska/punk/reggae band Sublime with Rome will perform on Friday, Sept. 16, in the Maui Arts & Cultural Center’s A&B Amphitheater at 6 p.m. Gates open at 5 p.m. Sublime is known for classic alternative hits like “What I Got,” “Santeria,” “Wherever You Go,” and current hit “Sirens.” Eli-Mac & Manalion will open the show. Tickets are $39, $75 for VIP, or $110 for a VIP Meet & Greet package. Prices increase $10 on the day of the show.


Volunteer training slated at Hospice Maui

WAILUKU – Hospice Maui will offer its annual volunteer training on Oct. 18-29.

Volunteers have been the corner stone of Hospice Maui’s compassionate care for 35 years. Volunteers report the training to be incredibly beneficial to the individuals they have the privilege of serving, and rewarding and transformational for the volunteer.

For more information, contact Hospice Maui Volunteer Coordinator Sara Sparling at 446-8236 or hospice3@ maui.net, or apply online at hospicemaui.org/volunteer/hospice-training-application-form.

The Lahaina team won the Fifth Grade and Under championship at the Labor Day Sparks Basketball Tournament played on Sept. 4-5 at War Memorial Gymnasium. The team, coached by Chris Salem and Ferdinand Palma and sponsored by Westside Hoops, defeated Southside’s Finest of Kihei to win the championship. The annual tournament features girls and boys teams from fifth grade through high school. The Lahaina championship roster included Jayah Bayol, Zach Devine, Amadeo Quillayen, Kamakana Galon, Sylas Jenkins, James Williams, Christopher “The Dragon” Salem, Ghesiah Auwae, Hoku Arnold, Flynn Williams, Sway Bayol and Sacha “Blondie” Salem.


Visit with teachers at Lahainaluna’s Open House

LAHAINA – Lahainaluna High School will hold an Open House on Thursday, Sept. 15, from 1:30 to 4 p.m.

Parents and families will be able to visit with the teachers, counselors and administrators. Staff will also distribute information about the Lahainaluna School Festival in October, as well as how to use the new school website and much more.

For more information, visit www.lahainalunahs.org/.


Free kidney disease education classes offered

KAHULUI – Rainbow Dialysis Clinics last week announced that the National Kidney Foundation of Hawaii (NKFH) Maui Office will host kidney disease education classes, known as Kidney Smart, at no cost to the community on the third Tuesday of each month.

These instructor-led kidney health education classes will provide an opportunity for participants to learn about how kidneys function, the effects of kidney disease and the various treatment options available to patients on Maui. They will also give an overview of the role medications, diet and nutrition play in kidney disease management and prevention.

Classes are slated for 10 a.m. to noon on Sept. 20, Oct. 18, Nov. 15 and Dec. 13 at the National Kidney Foundation of Hawaii Maui Office at 353 Ano St. in Kahului.

The classes are free and open to the public. They are designed for those diagnosed with kidney disease, along with their caregivers, family and friends.

To enroll in a class, call Andrea de Roode at (808) 298-0555.

In related news, on Saturday, Sept. 24, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., the National Kidney Foundation will hold its “Da Kidney Da Kine” event at Lahaina Cannery Mall.

Free and open to all, the event will feature live entertainment, kidney disease screenings, blood pressure and glucose checks, vision screenings, and interviews with clinicians.