Lahaina, June 22–:From Kamehameha to Kaanapali” will be the topic of a photo talk Tuesday at 7.a.m qt the Rotary Club of Lahaina Sunrise meeting at Pioneer Inn by author Norm Bezane, you blogger featuring some … photos taken over 40 years.
The Lahaina News columnist, introducing his new book, Voices of Aloha Beyond the Beach will quickly sketch four centuries of history and then focus on change in Kaanapali and the remarkable people of aloha who have made Maui, Maui.
Visitors are welcome. Entrance fee is $10, which includes an excellent breakfast among the items Eggs Benedict with mahi. Meeting will conclude at 8 a.m. sharp. Info 667-0589
KA’ANAPALI BEACH, May 31. There is a local beer called the big wave which is pretty good. The best big wave was on the beach today, the second weekend in a row of spectacular surf with six-foot swells and spray that could be seen from restaurants even thought they do not have a direct view of the beach. SCROLL DOWN
IF YOU LIKE THESE PHOTOS, YOU WILL LOVE MY NEW BOOK WITH THE SAME CREATIVY YOU SEE HERE. VOICES OF MAUI BEYOND THE BEACH DEBUTS IN JUNE. IT IS NOW AVAILABLE ON AMAZON.COM FIRST.
Kaanapali Beach, Maya 22–In a special ceremony at noon–the traditional time for a chant–a pule (prayer) is chanted, a conch shell is blown, and guests are invited to pick a flower, descend to the beach, and release it to the waves to remember a love one or someone who died as a hero. A dad, his son, and daughters complete the memorable event at the Marriott on Maui. In Makawao, at veterans cemetery, the fallen were remembered with the placement of 2400 leis. The heavy surf creating monumental traffic kept us from going this year. Voices of Maui Talk Story, LLC photos.