I have the privilege of volunteering at our kids’ school here on Maui. I love being involved in the kids’ classes, getting to know their friends and classmates and watching them learn. It is also a great place to learn about culture and life here on Maui. For instance, there are a number of kids in school who have never been off the island, who have never experienced snow. Can you imagine?
So in this context, you may appreciate this: a free showing of an action-packed film all about adventures in the snow. The MACC (Maui Arts and Cultural Center) presents their monthly ‘Starry Night Cinema’ showing Warren Miller’s snow-sports film: “Ticket to Ride“.
When: Sunday, January 12th at 6:30pm (gates open at 5pm with food and beverages for purchase)
Where: Maui Arts and Cultural Center (outdoor event)
These Starry Night Cinema nights are sponsored by the County of Maui as a FREE, fun and safe family events. Bring your own blanket, mat or low-backed beach chair to relax on the lawn and enjoy the festivities! Given our recent ‘cool’ weather, you may want a sweater or towel to wrap up in.