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Menu + Wines Announced! March 7 Taste of School Gardens #GSGTaste

Click Here: 2015 Taste of School Gardens Menus Announced!

Click Here for the List of Wine and Beer Selections

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grow some good taste of school gardens kihei wailea maui hawaiiYou are invited to the 3rd Annual Grow Some Good: Taste of School Gardens event March 7, 2015 at the Hotel Wailea! Local chefs and school garden supporters will celebrate all the good things growing for more than 3,000 students in South, Central, and West Maui school garden programs.

Guests at this special sunset event will enjoy gourmet dishes prepared with local and school garden-grown ingredients by Mauiʻs top chefs, including:

Click Here: 2015 Taste of School Gardens Menus Announced!

Click Here for the List of Wine and Beer Selections

Fine wines and local brews – ALL INCLUDED in your ticket price. Wine selections by Chambers & Chambers Wine Merchants, Southern Wine & Spirits, and Young’s Market Company. Beer cocktails designed by Four Seasons Resort Maui Mixologist Gabe Harvey, including Maui Brewing Company‘s Lahaina Town Brown elixirs with espresso and Bikini Blonde Lager shandies made with fresh lemon and cane juice.

++ Amazing Silent Auction Prizes!

aloha chicken bluegrassBluegrass music by Aloha Chicken will serenade you into a gorgeous sunset view during this gathering of ʻohana, growing a bountiful future on Maui.

WHEN

Saturday, March 7, 2015
5:00 – 8:30 p.m.

 

WHERE

Hotel Wailea
555 Kaukahi Street Wailea, HI 96753

TICKETS
Advance Tickets: $99 per person | $105 per person after March 1 | $950 table of 10

All guests must be 21+ to attend this event.  

Event Hashtag #GSGTaste

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Mahalo Nui Loa to Our Sponsors

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Special thanks to: Tri-Isle Resource Conservation & Development CouncilMulligan’s on the BlueMaui Culinary Academy … And every wonderful teacher, parent, volunteer and local business that digs in to help school gardens on Maui thrive!

Baldwin High School – Workforce Readiness Grows Here

Students in the Work Force Readiness Program (WFRP) at Baldwin High School plant, tend, manage and harvest from the garden on a daily basis and harvest produce to create added value products as part of an entrepreneuriBaldwin High School - workforce readiness programal venture that helps to sustain the program. Added value items for sale, include weekly teacher box lunches, jellies and salsas, pot pies, banana breads various pickled produce items, teas and dried herbs. By partnering with the Agriculture program WFRP will be able to have a ready supply of additional produce items to create value added products and to meet their goal of using 100% school grown produce in their weekly plate lunches.

For volunteer information, visit https://growsomegood.org/volunteer/

 

Aug. 18 Back to School Event at Whole Foods Market

Join us at Whole Food Market Kahului Sunday, August 18, for a special back to school event. Grow Some Good will participate in a community event to provide information, local trade and support services for families going back to school.

As part of the event, Grow Some Good volunteers will show visitors how to reuse old newspapers to make planter pots and plant organic, heirloom seeds to take home. Experienced gardeners will also be on hand to answer home gardening questions and share information on school garden programs.


When:

Sunday, August 18
10 am to 2 pm

Where:
Whole Foods Market Kahului

70 Kaahumanu Ave #B
Kahului  Hawaii  96732