Look for KCA in the opening parade Saturday morning starting at 9:00 AM on South Kihei Road
This Saturday, the long-awaited return of the Parade of Whales and Whale Day is finally here – this time, a completely reimagined event by a consortium of ocean advocates including Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary, Whale Trust and DAR (Division of Aquatic Resources, State of Hawaii). PWF have been working together for SEVEN months to ensure that our mission work is highlighted and that Hawaiian heritage, culture and knowledge are a central focus for participants. Take a look below for a list of other collaborators.
Throughout the weekend, PWF hosts concert cruises with John Cruz and the Banana Slug String Band (and later, with Uncle Wayne and the Howling Dog Band), as well as VIP Eco-Adventures with PWF Board, Executive Director Kristie Wrigglesworth, and Selket Kaufman, the wife of PWF founder Greg Kaufman. Selket will also present the Greg Kaufman biopic A Voice for Whales at next weekend’s World Whale Film Festival, alongside 9 additional filmmakers who will be presenting short films about ocean conservation.
KCA relies on your membership dues to accomplish our goals for a smartly planned community. Well-managed traffic, drainage, safe walking and biking routes, community parks and clean ocean water are just a few agenda items. You can help shape our future by renewing or joining KCA today. Have time and a desire to make a difference? The KCA board seeks new volunteers to help with projects and carry the torch into the future. Please contact KCA to ask how you can be of service to our community.
To see what our future community may look like, check out Dick Mayer's presentationon the development planned for South Maui.
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