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New fair to highlight what makes Maui the best community in the world

By Staff | Aug 27, 2015

WAILUKU – The inaugural Maui County Kokua Fair, which is scheduled to be held on Saturday, Sept. 19, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in front of the Kalana O Maui building in Wailuku, last week announced its lineup of headline entertainment, which includes performances by Old Lahaina Luau, Maui Taiko, Elvis impersonator Darren Lee of “Burn’n Love” and Zumba by Rayo McPhee.

In addition to entertainment, the event will highlight what truly makes Maui the best community in the world by creating awareness about all of the many services and resources available here.

The event will feature dozens of nonprofit booths, food trucks, local entertainment, door prizes, a historical walking tour of Wailuku Town, and a geocaching event that uses GPS navigation to find hidden treasures.

Sponsored by the County of Maui and coordinated by community leaders who have been recognized by The Maui News as “People Who Made A Difference,” the event’s mission is to foster a platform that makes services offered by community groups more accessible to both residents and visitors alike.

At the event, community groups can educate the public about their services, increase volunteer support, pursue donor participation and offer employment options to fair-goers.

For more information, call Managing Director Keith Regan’s office at 270-7855.