Dec. 5 Vintage Wine Weekend Ocean Front Gala with Makana to Benefit Grow Some Good

vwwmasthead-imagesonlyDecember 5th-7th, Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea presents an exclusive three-day tour of the vine with the nation’s top winemakers, including concerts performed by internationally acclaimed musicians and opportunities to savour the imaginative cuisine of the Resort’s award-winning culinary team. Perched above the stunning Wailea coast, this intimate weekend affair is the best little wine event in the Pacific.

A portion of proceeds from the weekend’s opening night — Ocean Front Gala Featuring Makana Dec. 5 — will benefit Grow Some Good school garden programs!

Purchase your ticket for opening night or click here to view all events and purchase tickets for the entire weekend, including violin virtuoso Elizabeth Pitcairn, who performs on the legendary 1720 “Red Mendelssohn” Stradivarius. Guests may also contact the Four Seasons concierge for more information and ticket purchases over the phone: 808.874.8000.

This 3rd annual event is sure to sell out, so RSVP today!


Maui Prep Academy Digs Into Edible Classrooms

IMG_0783Aloha Maui! We’re excited about new school garden programs launching on the West Side in collaboration with Maui School Garden Network and generous support from Chef Nabavi, Makana Aloha Foundation and Ulupono Initiative. School garden programs are sprouting up this month at Princess Nahi’ena’ena Elementary School and Maui Preparatory Academy. Students are composting, preparing soil for new beds and planting seeds for their new edible classrooms.

We’ll keep posting to this album with more photos from all the good things growing in these schools.  Next stop — Lahaina Intermediate School… Stay tuned 🙂

For more information on getting involved with these programs, visit

Dec. 27 Holiday Home Cooking with Chef Nabavi!

chef-paris-nabavi_400x400The holidays are here!  And what do we love to do on the holidays?  Eat, drink, give back, and be merry!  In this very special Cooking Demo and Dinner on December 27, 6 p.m. – 9 p.m., to benefit Grow Some Good, Chef Paris Nabavi will talk you through the intricacies of some Persian holiday delights- including Pomegranate Walnut Stew and Roasted Goose!

Guests are invited to bring a favorite bottle of wine or enjoy a variety of wines chosen from Chef Nabavi’s private selection. Paris invites you for food, fine wine, and good company as he shares secrets from his homeland.

If you have attended a cooking class before, you know how fun these can be. If not, here’s your chance. Classes are limited to 20 people and a donation of $100 a person will be given (in full) to Grow Some Good.

 pariscookingcollageSee pictures of the last Cooking Demo in October here. (photo credit Mieko Photography)


Only the first 20 reservations will be accepted. Ages 21 and older.  Please make reservations through Eventbrite link here.
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Any questions or problems with reservations, please contact Kristin Hettermann at

Kihei Charter Middle School Grows Some Good STEAM Projects

kihei charterKihei Charter Middle School recently expanded their edible classroom with new garden beds and a refurbished nursery and compost area. As part of the school’s experienced based learning approach to Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math (STEAM) curriculum, 6-8 grade students create scientific experiments, engineering projects and nutrition classes — all based in the garden.  Produce is harvested and served during recipe demonstrations and plans include a farmer’s market stand to model self-sustaining business skills.

To learn more about volunteer opportunities with this program, visit

RSVP: Bokashi Composting Workshop This Saturday, Sept. 13

bokashi-on-scraps-sgGrow Some Good is offering a 1 hour, hands-on workshop that will lead you through the steps to making your own Bokashi mix, as well as exploring how you can use this highly effective composting system.

For a $20 donation participants leave with one 5-gallon bucket of Bokashi mix made during the workshop! Bring you own bucket with a tight fitting lid,  or for a $30 donation, Grow Some Good provides the bucket and lid. Regular market value is approx. $45/bucket.

*Special $10 donation per 5-gallon bucket for school garden programs.

The Bokashi workshop is excellent opportunity to learn about this wonderful composting additive..and great fun to boot!  Nio Kindla will lead participants in a demonstration of creating the mix, which includes  hand stirring batches of bran, molasses, water and the magic ingredient ‘EM’ (stands for Effective Microorganisms) together in a large tub (in the right order!) and then packing it in an airtight bucket.

Please email your RSVP by noon Friday, Sept. 12, so we order supplies in advance and reserve a bucket of Bokashi for your home or school garden.

Saturday, September 13
11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
– Immediately following the Kihei Charter Middle School Work & Learn Day which begins at 8:30 a.m.  You’re welcome to join us for all or part of the day.

Kihei Charter Middle School
41 E Lipoa St, Kihei, HI 96753
Notes: Located at Lipoa Center in rear of building.

RSVP (by Noon Friday):


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[RESCHEDULED] Wailuku Elementary Work & Learn Day —> Saturday, Sept. 13

Wailuku Elementary School work & learn day with grow some good.UPDATE: DUE TO WATER SHUT OFF ISSUES ON CAMPUS, WORK & LEARN DAY RESCHEDULED FOR SATURDAY, SEPT. 13

Calling all Wailuku Elementary School parents, teachers and ohana! Grow Some Good in your neighborhood Saturday, September 13, as we prepare the school garden for a new year of outdoor learning adventures.  Join us as we weed, till cover crops, recondition soil, compost and give the garden some extra TLC to prepare for our first year of integrating the school garden into daily curriculum with K-5th graders.

The Wailuku Elementary School garden is growing from an after-school program to a daily curriculum-focused outdoor learning space to support hands-on learning in science, math, history, Hawaiian culture, literacy and health.

No experience necessary. Work & Learn stations provide tasks for volunteers of all ages and skill levels.

You’re invited to dig in for all or part of the day this Saturday morning… and stay for our garden ohana picnic to celebrate all the good things growing at Wailuku Elementary School + Register for our School Garden Club for free garden plants, discounts with Kihei Ace Hardware and other local businesses in Central and South Maui.

Hat, closed-toe shoes, sunscreen, drinking container and a fresh snack or dish to share.

Wailuku Elementary School IMG_8022
355 S. High Street
Wailuku, HI  96793
Note: Garden is located in back of campus behind buildings K and L, adjacent to Koeli Street.


Saturday, September 13
8:30 am – Noon (Work & Learn Day in the garden)
Noon (Potluck picnic)

See you there!


Apply Now: Part-Time School Garden Coordinator

School Garden Coordinator / Class Facilitator

Kihei Elementary School Garden

Contract position starting at 30-35 hours per week
9 a.m. to 2 p.m. 5 days per week + prep time (TBD)

$18 – $22 per hour depending on experience

Job Description

Grow Some Good is contracting part-time Garden Coordinator at Kihei Elementary School to provide support for the growing school garden. Position offers support to teachers and students to maximize the educational potential of the garden. The Garden Coordinator leads curriculum focused outdoor explorations and garden-based nutrition workshops, while providing professional development training for teachers in the process. The Garden Coordinator acts as a resource for teachers as they plan their own cross-curricular lessons in the outdoor classroom, and models skills that teachers need to feel comfortable using the garden to teach science, history, social studies, cultural studies, math, literacy and other standards in practical real-life applications.

The Coordinator

• Facilitates garden science classes, incorporating both environmental science and nutrition education as they relate to the garden;

• Works closely with classroom teachers to develop lessons that support classroom teaching in a range of curriculum areas (science, social studies, mathematics, language arts, etc.)

• Oversees and coordinates students’ hands-on experiences in the garden

(planting, tending, harvesting and cooking);

• Builds involvement in and commitment to the school garden within the school

community, including teachers, administrators, students, parents and community


• Builds relevant participation within the school by co-teaching with classroom teachers, and developing teacher skills in outdoor classroom management techniques;

• Maintains the garden, coordinating volunteers and working with PTA and Grow Some Good to secure all needed supplies;

• Leads a group of students in garden-related projects through after-school programming.

Job Responsibilities

  • 4-6 garden-based education classes per day, 5 days per week;
  • Collaborate with Grow Some Good on garden scheduling / maintenance, plan and prepare for garden work activities, co-manage planting schedule, ensure availability of tools and other necessary materials;
  • Establish garden time schedule for teachers;
  • Attend school wide staff meetings;
  • Co-teach after-school garden club;
  • Participate in community garden events that bring students, families, teachers and community members together;
  • Participate in school-wide garden events;
  • Attend grade level meetings on a monthly basis for collaborations and core curriculum alignment;
  • Monitor, document and report on all activities and extent of student and teacher participation;

Desired Skills and Experience

  • 2-3 years of facilitation or teaching experience with youth aged 5 – 12 (outdoor group management experience preferred);
  • Knowledge and skills in small scale organic food production or home gardening;
  • Knowledge of or interest in topics including urban gardening, botany, biodynamics, indigenous farming techniques; environmental science, health and nutrition, food systems, food access;
  • Demonstrated ability to work with diverse populations including youth and adults;
  • Strong oral and written communication skills, including public speaking skills;
  • Ability to work independently and be flexible;
  • Computer skills and project management skills;
  • Experience and/or training in positive behavior

To Apply, Send cover letter and resume to No phone calls please.





Kamali’i Elementary 1st Annual Harvest Festival

harvest-6Grow Some Good and world-class chefs prepared gourmet cuisine from garden grown ingredients with more than 600 K-5 students and Kamali’i Elementary PTA parents and volunteers.

Big MAHALO to our team of awesome volunteers and Eric Mitchell of The Outrigger Pizza Company, Chefs Jackie Brown and Marilyn Mina of Ko Restaurant at The Fairmont Kea Lani, Maui, Chef Shannon Noble of Cafe Carmen at The Tech Park, Private Chef Nicholas Porrecca, JJ Johnson of O’o and Chef Jana McMahon, Maui Private Chef and Chef Matt Yakabouski for prepping ingredients – including 2 gallons of garden fresh basil pesto! And Mana Foods for donating extra organic produce for all of our end of year Harvest Festivals, serving more than 1,800 students in 3 South Maui Schools.harvest-24

At the Art of Pizza Station, students loaded their gourmet pizzas with beets, zucchini, carrots and bell peppers and a choice of pesto and marinara sauces. Then on to the Grow Some Good Lo Lemonade Station, juicing heirloom ko sugar cane and Olinda Meyer lemons for a healthy refreshing treat!

March 8 Gala: Taste of School Gardens

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Photography: Peter Liu

Grow Some Good school garden programs are planting seeds for Mauiʻs next generation of farmers, chefs, teachers, scientists and entrepreneurs.

Local chefs and school garden supporters will celebrate all the good things growing for more than 2,500 students in South and Central Maui school garden programs at the 2nd Annual Grow Some Good:  Taste of School Gardens event.

Hotel Waileaʻs Sunset Lawn will host this special sunset event serving gourmet dishes prepared from local and school garden-grown ingredients by Mauiʻs top chefs, including:

Lots of vegetarian options available. CLICK HERE for Menu and list of 27 fine wines and local brews included in your ticket price.

BrownChicken BrownCow String Band

Music by BrownChicken BrownCow String Band and Master of Ceremonies Dean Wong (Exec. Director of Imua Family Services), and amazing live and silent auction (AUCTION PREVIEW LINK) and a gorgeous sunset view greets this gathering of ʻohana, growing a bountiful future on Maui.

Saturday, March 8, 2014
5:00 – 8:30 p.m.

Hotel Wailea
555 Kaukahi Street
Wailea, HI 96753
Parking Note:
Guest parking is located in the large grassy lot on the corner of Wailea Ike Drive and Kalai Waa Drive. Shuttles will be running regularly from the parking lot to Hotel Wailea from 2 p.m. to 9:15 p.m.  See the map below for details. Guests who park on Kaukahi Street may be ticketed by the Maui County Police. Parking_for_GSG_Event


Advance Tickets:
$89 per person
$850 table of 10*

$99 per person at the door

All guests must be 21+ to attend this event.


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Mahalo Nui Loa to Our Sponsors

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Special thanks to:

Tri-Isle Resource Conservation & Development Council
Mulligan’s on the Blue
Maui Culinary Academy

… And every wonderful teacher, parent, volunteer and local business that digs in to help school gardens on Maui thrive!

Taste of School Gardens

Preview March 8 Live & Silent Auction Items!

We are so excited about this Saturday’s hoedown in Wailea, we couldn’t wait to share more! Check out this preview of live and silent auction items to be featured at the 2nd Annual Taste of School Gardens event at Hotel Wailea, Saturday, March 8, 5 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. For more details on the event, menus and tickets, CLICK HERE.


makenaMulti-Chef Private Estate Dinner
20 guests max.
(Valid March 8, 2014 – March 8, 2015 – Scheduled on availability)
Delight your guests with a private dinner on a private oceanfront Makena estate with cuisine designed and prepared by Maui’s premiere chefs from Four Seasons Resort Maui, Spago, Capische, and Private Maui Chef. Participating chefs: Chef Cameron Lewark (Spago), Chef Brian Etheredge (Capische & Il Teatro), Private Maui Chef Dan Fiske and Four Seasons Resort Maui Chef Craig Dryhurst. Includes: Custom menu, 5 courses (including passed apps).  Host provides wine, table settings and linens.

A portion of proceeds from this auction will establish the Grow Some Good School Garden-to-Table Scholarship fund for Maui Culinary Academy students that demonstrate a passion for locally grown ingredients and pass their inspirations on to our future farmers and chefs.

Value: $6,000
Minimum Bid: $3,000

Guided Kaupo Hunting & Foraging Camping Trip + Private Dinner
with C
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Connecting to your food sources extends beyond the garden in this 2-day/ 1-night package featuring a guided hunt on Kaupo Ranch’s 8,000+ acres of pristine land on Haleakala’s leeward slope. As part of the ranch’s game management program and conservation efforts, each hunter is allowed to hunt a male or female Axis deer, Polynesian feral goat, and pig. The two-day hunt—either bow or rifle—is guided by Kaupo hunter and Maui native Robin Kean.

Guests will returnbrianetheredge to the historic Kaupo Ranch house for a dinner prepared by award-winning Chef Brian Etheredge of Capische? and Il Teatro restaurants in Wailea. An avid hunter, Chef Etheredge shares his tips on preparing a gourmet dinner using wild exotic game caught on the ranch. Hunters must have a valid State of Hawaii hunting license.

Value: $10,000
Minimum Bid: $3,500



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1 Year – Kula Fields Deliveries
Kula Fields Delivery is a farmer’s market on wheels. A fresh new way to have local produce and gourmet grocery items delivered to your home or office. Offer includes one large box of produce delivered per month for 12 months.

Value: $900



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Your Own Private Chef – Daniel Fiske, Private Maui Chef
Take one of Maui’s premiere chefs home to create a custom menu and wine pairings for up to 8 guests.
Chef Dan Fiske, Private Maui Chef
Includes: Custom menu, 4 courses, table settings and linens. Host provides beverages/wine.
Value: $2,000
Minimum Bid: $1,000

Chef de Cuisine Cameron Lewark and Beverage Manager Michael Lefk


Your Own Private Chef – Cameron Lewark, Spago
Take one of Maui’s premiere chefs home to create a custom menu and wine pairings for up to 8 guests.
Chef Cameron Lewark, Spago
Includes: Custom menu, 4 courses.  Host provides beverages/wine, table settings and linens.
Value: $2,000
Minimum Bid: $1,000

Sauce Recipes Private Class with Chef Jana McMahonJanaportrait-300x188
Invite up to 5 guests for an in-home gourmet sauce fest with Private Chef Jana McMahon. Learn how to make whole grain mustard and sauces that will turn any meal into an exquisite gourmet feast. Practice and taste 3 different sauces, which can be used in a variety of recipes. Lots of fun and a great way to take your entertaining to the next level!
Value: $400
Minimum Bid: $150

Travel + Stay-cations

Two Round Trips on Alaska Airlines / Horizon Air
Two unrestricted coach round trips to anywhere Alaska Airlines and Horzon Air flies.
Value: $2,500
Minimum Bid: $950

Stay-cation Package: The Andaz Maui at Wailea + Ka’ana Kitchen
3 night stay at Andaz Maui at Wailea + $100 food credit at the resort’s Ka’ana Kitchen. The 15-acre resort designed by world-renowned architecture firm, Rockwell Group, features four cascading outdoor infinity pools; a 15,000 square foot full-service spa; a state-of-the-art fitness facility; and world-class restaurants. Ka’ana Kitchen brings the best of the island from local farmers, foragers and locavores. Chefs procure many ingredients exclusively from Ka’ana Farm and its neighbors. Let loose your taste buds and explore the adventures that await you at Ka’ana Kitchen.
Package Value: $2,437
Minimum Bid: $750

Stay-cation at Grand Wailea
Enjoy a complimentary 3-night stay at the Grand Wailea in their Deluxe Garden Accommodations. Walk barefoot through 40 acres, steps from Wailea Beach. During your stay, you may choose to Indulge at the award-winning Spa Grande and some of Maui’s best restaurants (not included in package). Your ultimate Hawaii getaway begins at the Grand Wailea Resort, winner of the AAA Four Diamond Award 14 consecutive years.
Value: $1,165
Minimum Bid: $550

Stay-cation Package: Hotel Wailea + Dinner at Capische?
At Hotel Wailea, escape the ordinary and relax into a haven for rejuvenation and spiritual transformation. Discover a unique Hawaii paradise at this luxury Maui hotel nestled on the hillsides of Wailea, where stunning views of white sand beaches, crystal blue Pacific waters and lush mountains captivate your soul. During your stay, enjoy dinner at Capische? where award-winning cuisine and ambiance bring Northern Italy and Southern France to the Top of Wailea.
$499  1 night at Hotel Wailea + $250 dinner at Capische?
Package Value: $749
Minimum Bid: $350

Dining & Entertainment

Dinner for Two at Ferraro’s Bar e Ristorante
Oceanside dinner under the Maui stars at Four Seasons Resort Maui. An Italian cucina rustica menu showcases its kiawe wood-burning oven to dramatic effect, while magnificent sunset views and an extensive collection of Italian wines bring romance to the table.
Value: $200
Minimum Bid: $100

Dinner for Two at DUO Steak and Seafood
Dinner for two set against a luxurious poolside backdrop and spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean. Find your attention absorbed by the open kitchen of DUO Steak and Seafood at Four Seasons Resort Maui.
Value: $200
Minimum Bid: $100

Dinner at Spago
$150 gift certificate to enjoy Chef Cameron Lewark’s brilliant menu, using Hawaii’s premier produce, fish and meats and the styling that has made Spago famous.
Value: $150
Minimum Bid: $75

Fabiani’s  Dinner for Two
Enjoy a taste of Italy during breakfast, lunch or dinner at Fabiani’s in Kihei and Wailea. Fresh baked goods and pastries, sandwiches, salads, home-made pasta and pizza are among the delicious rustic Italian selections.
Value: $100
Minimum Bid: $50

Old Lahaina Luau for Two
An evening of traditional Hawaiian cuisine, music, cultural dances and island crafts. Guests will appreciate a genuine reflection of Hawaii’s rich history while enjoying an ocean view and sunset.
Value: $218.74
Minimum Bid: $100

Willie K Dinner & Show for 2 at Mulligan’s on the Blue in Wailea
Mulligans is the home of “The Best Dinner Show on Maui” with Uncle Willie K! His incredible performances include an astounding array of music styles, ranging from Hawaiian to Latin to famous Italian arias! His stories and wit have audience in stitches between songs, so put this at the top of your “must do” list whether you’re visiting or live in the islands.
Value: $130
Minimum Bid: $60

Monkeypod Kitchen by Merriman Gift Certificate
$100 gift certificate to Monkeypod Kitchen by Merriman – dedicated to mastering the craft of food, drink, and merrymaking…with Aloha. Menu features fresh island fish, hand tossed pizzas from a kiawe wood-burning oven, and homemade cream pies made from scratch.
Value: $100
Minimum Bid: $50

Longhi’s at The Shops at Wailea
$120 gift certificates to Longhi’s at The Shops at Wailea with an ala carte menu, featuring Mediterranean cuisine, speciality products including organic meats, fresh Hawaiian seafood and produce.
Value: $120
Minimum Bid: $60


Custom Home Garden Installation + Consultation
By Island Home Gardens
2 custom-built raised cedar beds with irrigation, soil, amendments and plantings.
2 follow up visits post-installation
Value:  $1,800
Minimum bid:  $800

Home Garden Consultation
By Island Home Gardens
Three hour home garden evaluation and consultation. Determining suitable space, type of garden, plants, irrigation needs and soil requirements.
Value:  $180
Minimum bid:  $80

Two Relax Therapeutic Massages

Relax Therapeutic Massage practices a blend of bodywork techniques, fusing Swedish, Lomi Lomi and Deep Tissue Massage. Available in your home, condo, hotel room or at the office. Experience healing therapeutic massage on a lanai with breathtaking  ocean views from Kaho’olawe and Moloka’i to the West Maui Mountians. Two individual appointments by Mary Guerriero, licensed therapeutic massage therapist.
Value: $190 for two individual massages
Minimum bid: $100

doTerra Aromatherapy Facial (60 min)
60 minute doTerra aromatherapy facial by Gyan Bohannon, Aesthetician, Lumeria Maui Crystal Spa
Value: $125
Minimum Bid: $50

Lumeria Maui Detox/Cleanse Retreat (90 min)
90 minute Colon Hydrotherapy & Dietary Consultation by Gyan Bohannon, certified colon hydrotherapist.
Value: $135
Minimum Bid: $50

Two-Hour Portrait Session – Photographer Jason Kelly
Families, couples, kids, beach moments in a beautiful portrait.
Includes shooting and disc with all hi-res images. Prints are an additional fee.
Value: $300
Minimum Bid: $150

Yoga for Everybody – Private Yoga Lesson for Two
Gylian Solay leads a 1-hour private yoga class that emphasizes how the gentle flow of breath can ease you in and out of poses, at any age and any level of yoga experience.
Value: $100
Minimum Bid: $40

Organize Your Life with “Organizational Guru” Gylian Solay
One-hour consultation to help you move from a sense of overwhelming chaos to user-friendly order. Create systems, and organization based on who you are, your priorities, and your lifestyle. Working together, organizing becomes a spirited “Mission Possible.”
Value: $40
Minimum Bid: $20

Individual Pilates Session
A 1-hour session with Arlene Salomon at the Bodywork & Pilates Studio at Charley Young Beach. The session will be customized to your body with the opportunity to work out using all of the various apparatus.
Value: $75
Minimum Bid: $40

Property Valuation Consultation
By Kathy Becklin R(B) Aloha Realty Group
Get a complete Property Valuation Report including a Property Profile with estimated value and recent comparables, chances of selling graph, typical financing, $/sq ft. analysis and more for any residential property in Maui. Includes a 1-hour consultation (with you and/or your client) as well as a multi-paged detailed report. Offer available to licensed REALTORs or homeowners.
Value: $250   
Minimum Bid: $125   


No Ka ʻOi Hiking Half-Day Hiking Adventure for Two
This hiking adventure for two offers some of the best Maui has to offer as we travel “Mauka to Makai,” from Mountain to Ocean or embark on a hidden waterfall adventure. Your choice! Both adventures end with lunch at a local favorite restaurant spot. Following this adventure, you’ll agree: Maui No Ka ‘Oi!
Value: $400
Minimum bid: $175

Dinner Cruise for Two — Pacific Whale Foundation Eco-Adventures
Four course dinner, live entertainment and cocktails while enjoying spell-binding views of the Pacific and the islands of Maui, Moloka’i, Lana’i, and Kaho’olawe during the golden sunset hours.
Value: $170
Minimum Bid: $90

Two Rounds of Golf at Wailea Golf – Gold or Emerald Course
Experience the Wailea Golf Club, whose championship Gold, Emerald and Blue courses boast breathtaking ocean views from every hole and dozens of prestigious awards. Truly the best golf in Hawaii! Note: Subject to blackout dates.
Value: $470
Minimum Bid: $250

Star Gazing with Harriet Witt
Enjoy the view from planet Earth with international award-winning science writer Harriet Witt and her telescope. Harriet was the celestial navigation teacher for the crew of the Hokule’a Voyaging Canoe in preparation for its Rapanui voyage and is the astronomer to the Maui Film Festival.
Value: $150
Minimum Bid: $75

Foodie Goodies

Maui Preserved Assorted Basket
Featuring handcrafted produce of the Hawaiian Islands preserved in flavors both traditional and extraordinary.
Value: $50
Minimum Bid: $20

Choice Health Bar, Lahaina
$50 gift certificate for the best raw, vegan super foods on Maui!
Value: $50
Minimum Bid: $20

Solar Oven –

Ready to Cook – Complete Kit.  You add the food and the sunshine. Just like a solar crock pot and your kitchen stays cool while you bake.  Take it with you on your camping trip, fishing, boating etc. Temperatures range from 200 – 300 degrees Fahrenheit, depending on the sun angle, food content, and length of time exposed to the sun.
Value: $250
Minimum Bid: $100

Hawaiian Moons Gift Certificate
Shop at one of Maui’s finest neighborhood natural foods stores with an excellent selection of local produce and prepared foods.
Value: $100
Minimum Bid: $50

Wailea Wine
$100 gift certificate to Wailea Wine offering an extensive selection of fine wines from around the world as well as the Maui’s best selection of spirits, craft beers, cigars, and gourmet foods including Kobe Beef, Maui steaks, and New Zealand rack of lamb.
Value: $100
Minimum Bid: $50

2011 Kosta Browne Pinot Noir
Donated by Homes & Land Magazine
2011 Russian River Valley Pinot Noir. Kosta Brown wines are considered some of the best Pinot Noir in the world. Here is your opportunity to experience a truly special wine.
Value: $150
Minimum Bid: $75


Island Art Party Passes
A brush stroke here, a sip of something there and – VOILA! – you’ve transformed that blank canvas into your own work of art. We provide all the materials, set-up & clean-up…All you have to do is show up! A variety of wine, beer, & other “creative juices” & light snacks are available for purchase at our bar.
Value: $70
Minimum Bid: $35

Terese Petrone Glass Art Sculptures
Beautifully hand-crafted, ocean-inspired glass art by Swedish-born Maui resident artist Terese Petrone.
Sea Horse
Value: $275
Minimum Bid: $100

Sea Turtles
Value: $500
Minumum Bid: $175