ALOHA MAUI LGBT & FRIENDS HIKERS!
Please mark your calendars to join us for our next monthly hike onSaturday, September 12 when we will be hiking the
The Kapalua Coastal Trail in Kapalua (YUP – Lahaina side!).
We’ll probably have lunch afterward on that side – let us know if interested! (Sea House or The Gazebo?? YUM)
We hope you can join us!
Saturday, September 12
We will plan to meet at the Kihei Turn Off Parking area at the Intersection of North Kihei Road and Honoapiilani Highway and carpool from there. (We will leave the Parking area by 8:45). If you plan to meet us in Kapalua, meet us at the parking area just below the Ritz. We will park at the Bay Villas beach access parking lot.
About the Kapalua Coastal Trail:
At the ocean’s edge throughout Kapalua Resort, the Coastal Trail runs north from award-winning Kapalua Bay Beach, across the sand dunes at picturesque Oneloa Bay, through The Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua’s scenic grounds to popular D.T. Fleming Beach Park. When completed, the 3.5-mile trail will reach historic Honolua Bay, where the voyaging canoe Hokule‘a began its maiden voyage to Tahiti, launching the Hawaiian cultural renaissance in spring 1976, and where surfers all over the world come over to enjoy its winter swell. We’ll be hiking 2.5 miles of it.
It is a walking hike with amazing ocean and resort views. Perfect for everyone!
Length: 2.5+/- miles
Hiking Time: 2.5 hours
Difficulty Level: 2 of 5
Elevation Gain: 20+/- ft
Bring: Sunscreen + a Hat (read: sunny!) and maybe poncho/jacket in case of rain
Water/Sports Drinks & Snack!!
Wear: Hiking boots or good sneakers (slippers not recommended)
Please RSVP by September 11th so we know how many friends to expect and where you will meet us.
Please Remember: This is a non-sponsored hike. By participating each hiker accepts responsibility for their own safety.
If you are planning on attending this hike, you can RSVP by clicking the button below:
|Remaining Hikes for 2015 (this calendar may change as we find new adventures!):|
|September 12||Kapalua Coastal Trail|
|October 3||Special Pride Hike – TBA|
|October 10||Pali Hike (Wind Turbines)|
|November 14||Kahakuloa Ridge Hike|
|December 12||Waihe’e Coastal Land Trust Hike|
Mahalo and we will see you out there!
Join the Maui Pride Committee as we plan out our monthly LGBT events, fundraising ideas, and our next steps towards having another FABULOUS Maui Pride Weekend! If your are interested in attending a board meeting, please contact us at 808-446-0549 or email@example.com for the location of the meeting. We look forward to you bringing your energy, ideas and suggestions! The Maui Pride Committee meets the 2nd Monday of every month.
The Rainbow Dine-Out Group is an opportunity for our LGBT ohana and visitors, to meet socially & enjoy a delicious meal on the third Tuesday of every month.
This month does not have a restaurant yet assigned. Please check back at a later date for a restaurant to be selected.
Maui Pride looks forward to having you join us for all future dine-outs!
LGBT History Month is a month-long annual observance of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender history, and the history of the gay rights and related civil rights movements. It is observed during October in the United States, to include National Coming Out Day on October 11.
Come join us for the 2nd Annual Maui Pride Film Festival. We’ve got a great film and special guests lined up that you won’t want to miss.
For our 2015 festival we’ve prepared for you a Hawaiian LGBT cultural immersion experience.
Our evening begins with a short concert by Maui-born and world-reknowned Hawaiian singer/songwriter Keali’i Reichel. Following Keali’i’s music we will be showing the award-winning documentary “Kumu Hina”, a powerful film about the struggle to maintain Pacific Islander culture and values within the Westernized society of modern day Hawaiʻi. It is told through the lens of an extraordinary Native Hawaiian who is both a proud and confident māhū, or transgender woman, and an honored and respected kumu, or teacher, cultural practitioner, and community leader. As a bonus, Kumu Hina herself will be with us for the evening to talk about the film, elaborate on some of the topics and challenges it depicts, and for a general meet & greet.
Tickets include light puupuus, concert, film, and Q&A followed by meet & greet with the film’s star, Hina Wong-Kalu (Kumu Hina). This is an all-ages, alcohol-free event. Doors open at 5:45pm and space is limited. Don’t miss it, get your tickets today!