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We are intentional in how we reciprocate with our community so that we can belong together to this precious place. Join us as we Aloha Makena through events that support the continuum of life in Mākena and throughout Maui. 

Community Golf Tournament June 26th
benefiting organizations protecting leeward ecosystems


Sunday, June 25th, 2023

 12 PM Shotgun Start

Mākena’s Golf Course

$250 per golfer

Mākena Golf & Beach Club is hosting a community golf tournament on Sunday, June 25, 2023 benefiting organizations dedicated to the protection and conservation of Maui’s leeward natural ecosystems. Proceeds from the tournament will directly benefit Uhiwai O Haleakalā, Maui Forest Bird Recovery Project, and Maui Nui Seabird Recovery Project. 


The event will be held at the Makena Golf & Beach Club’s 18-hole club golf course. The community event includes an 18-hole scramble format golf tournament with a shotgun start at 12 PM. Snacks and refreshment will be offered throughout the tournament, followed by light pupus and an awards ceremony. 

The event is offered at $250 per golfer and all proceeds will go directly to the three organizations. Registration for the event is first come, first served and is administered by the benefiting organizations. To register, please visit any of the registration or email links provided by Uhiwai, Maui Forest Bird Recovery Project and Maui Nui Seabird Recovery Project below:

Aloha Mākena Haumea Art Experience June 17
Honoring Nurturers and Designed By Wailani Artates

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Rescheduled for June 17, 2023

 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Mākena’s Nāulu Farm

Free Community Event

HAU YOU? A deeper look within.

Mākena Golf & Beach Club is excited to host an Let Go Let Grow art experience that looks to Nurture the Nurturers! In Hawaiʻi, Haumea is recognized as “Earth Mother,” the soft earth elements necessary for growth and the life process. On Saturday, March 4th we celebrate those who serve our Maui Community in a Haumea capacity: 

  • Hale Makua: compassionate personalized care

  • Hospice Maui: comfort and dignified care

  • Hui no ke Ola Pono: traditional healing and capacity building in each family


The night of creativity will be lead by award-winning artist, Wailani Artates of Artistry8. The night includes a hoʻolauna (meet the space and each other), pū paʻakai (enjoy dinner together and aloha kekahi i kekahi), and ends with a Let Go, Let Grow art experience designed by Artates.


Following a quick demo of lāʻau kāpala (print/stamping with plants), Artates’s Let Go, Let Grow art experience will include individual kāpala on provided plant pots using mea kanu (plants) from Mākenaʻs Nāulu Farm. Then, event goers will be invited to write on lau (leaves) things they want to release and also things they want to grow. These leaves will be intentionally buried in their art pots with mea kanu provided by Nāulu Farms. Each guest will be able to take home their own thoughtfully decorated plant to mālama (care for) at home.

This event is offered in a Donate What You Can exchange model. Tickets are free, however the Mākena Golf & Beach Club asks that event goers consider making a donation directly to Hale Makua, Hospice Maui or Hui no ke Ola Pono in exchange for attending this event. Donations can be made at the following links:


Sign ups for this event has closed. If you want to be added to the waitlist please email 

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