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238 Years ago TODAY

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When Captain Cook Discovered Hawai’i on Jan.18, 1778 the estimated population of Hawaiians was between 300,000 to 500,000.

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Hawaiiana Wednesday – (March 11, 2015)

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The Ancient Hawaiians lived by the Hawaiian Moon Calender. The Rhythms of the Moon Dictated when to Plant, Hunt, Fish & Harvest.

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Maui Fast Facts (March 8, 2015)

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Maui is the 2nd largest of the Hawaiian Islands, with a Land Area of 729 Square Miles, and is 48miles Long & 26 Miles Wide.

Maui County includes the Islands of Maui, Lana’i, Moloka’i, & Kaho’olawe. Maui is the most visited of all the Hawaiian Islands.

Maui has 81 accessible Beaches with sands of Various Colors; like Beaches ...

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Hawaiian Words of the Day – (March 7, 2015)

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The Hawaiian Words for Today are:

E Komo Mai” ~ Welcome
Ho’o.komo” ~ Enter or Come In
Ho’okipa” ~ Hospitality

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Honoka‘a Seed Exchange -March 8

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The Spring 2015 Honoka‘a Seed Exchange and Potluck will be held on March 8 from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. at the Honoka‘a People’s Theatre on the Big Island of Hawaii. All community members are invited to share and take home seeds from neighbors and practiced seed-savers of the area. There will be free seeds and catalogs from suppliers such as Continue Reading →

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The Pioneer Inn

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The Famous Pioneer Inn on Maui was built in 1901 by George Freeland, on what was once King Kamehameha’s Royal Taro Patch.

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Lahaina Banyan Park

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Lahaina Banyan Park was formerly the Site of the Old Lahaina Fort, built in 1831 to protect against Whalers & European invaders.

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Hawaiiana Wednesday – (March 4, 2015)

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There are two distinctive Seasons in the Hawaiian Calender. The Dry Season (Summer) is called Kau, while the Wet Season (Winter) is called Ho’oilo.

Kau runs from May to October while Ho’ollo spans from October to April.

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Hawaiian Phrases for the Day – (March 3, 2015)

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The Hawaiian Phrases for Today are:

Mahalo Nui Loa” which means (Thank you very Much)

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A’ole Pilikia” which means (Your Welcome)

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Hawaiian Phrase of the Day – (March 2, 2015)

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The Hawaiian Phrase for Today is:

“Mahalo e ke Akua no keia la”

~ which Translates to

“Thanks be to God for this Day”.

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