Changing behavior topic of workshop
An Eye Movement Integration Therapy workshop will take place Oct. 26 and 27 at Maui Tropical Plantation in Waikapu.
Attendees will learn how limiting beliefs about identity, values, capability, behavior and environment get in the way of achieving higher goals, according to an announcement.
Presenter Stan Dokmanus is a certified practitioner of neuro-linguistic programming (a from of applied psychology) and a certified substance abuse counselor. He has presented workshops at the University of Hawaii Maui College, the University of Hawaii Hilo and Tokai International University of Oahu. He has a bachelor's degree in psychology and 30 years' experience in the field.
Certified substance abuse counselors will receive 12 continuing education credits.
The workshop will begin with breakfast at 8 a.m., followed by the session start at 8:30 a.m. It will run until 4:30 p.m. Lunch will be at noon.
Tuition is $199 for an individual - $175 if paid by Wednesday. A study buddy rate is $385, or $322 if paid by the Wednesday deadline. Two meals are included each day.
For more information, or to enroll, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 385-4550.
Pre-sale chow fun tickets available
A rummage sale, craft items and snacks and food will be part of a bazaar at Wailuku Shingon Mission from 7 a.m. to noon Nov. 2.
The mission is located at 1939 North St.
Chow fun, hot dogs and shave ice will be among food items for sale.
Pre-sale chow fun tickets may be purchased by calling 283-1530, Maui Beverage at 244-9079 between 8 a.m. and 2 p.m. or the church at 244-3800.
Police officer to address AARP
The South Maui Chapter of AARP will hold its monthly meeting at 10 a.m. Monday in the Garden Room of Kalama Heights, 101 Kanani Road in Kihei.
The guest speaker will be Emily Kibby, a community police officer in the Maui Police Department's Kihei district. She will provide information about volunteer activities within the MPD.
For more information, call South Maui AARP Coordinator Adele Rugg at 879-9964.
Disability awareness subject of talk
Erin Ramirez, a marketing specialist and job developer at Ka Lima O Maui, will speak at the 7:30 a.m. breakfast meeting of the Rotary Club of Kihei Sunrise on Wednesday.
The meeting will take place at the Five Palms Restaurant at the Mana Kai Maui Resort in Kihei.
Ramirez will discuss the activities that Ka Lima O Maui will sponsor this month in celebration of National Disability Employment Awareness Month.
The cost of the breakfast is $22. The public is invited. For more information call President Christine Pawliuk at 292-2242 or see the club's website at www.kiheirotary.org.
Seabury Hall will host open house
Seabury Hall will hold an open house for prospective students and families Saturday. Registration will start at 8:30 a.m. in Cooper House. The program will take place from 9 to 11:30 a.m.
Information on the school's mission and philosophy, upper and middle school curriculum, extracurricular programs, application and financial aid process will be presented by the head of school, division heads and admissions team. Faculty will give short demonstrations in their classrooms.
The morning will include a campus tour, student presentations and refreshments. Information will also be shared about the Malone Foundation scholarship and the Maunalei and Hawaiian Ancestry scholarships.
For information and reservations, call the admissions office at 572-0807 or email email@example.com by Thursday.
Grand opening will benefit foundation
A grand opening event for Java Jazz Shave Ice, Bakery and Boutique in Honokowai from noon to 6 p.m. Monday will include a silent auction and raffle benefiting the Soldiers Appreciation Vacation Foundation. The organization brings Purple Heart soldiers to Maui for seven-day, all-expenses paid "appreciation vacations," complete with accommodations, activities and meals provided by Java Jazz, according to an announcement.
In addition to free shave ice samplings, there will be a musical performance by Farzad Azad and Mike Madden.
The store is located in the Honokowai Marketplace at 3350 Lower Honoapliilani Road. For more information, call 667-0787.
Maui March of Dimes plans event
The Maui March of Dimes' 6th annual Wave of Light candle-lighting ceremony in honor of those who have been touched by pregnancy or infant loss will be held at 6:45 p.m. Tuesday on the lawn fronting the Kalana O Maui building at 200 S. High St.
"This is a highly anticipated event for friends and family that have been touched by pregnancy and infant loss. It's an opportunity to remember and honor our little ones and to do so among parents who understand the uniqueness of the loss," said Lauren Wilson, chairwoman of the event.
The March of Dimes estimates that each week in Hawaii, three babies die before their first birthdays.
The ceremony is part of a global event held at 7 p.m. in every time zone with the goal of creating a "continuous wave of light."
Participants are asked to be present by 6:45 p.m. Candles and refreshments will be provided.
For more information and to reserve a space, contact Lauren Wilson at 264-3007 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Free workshop for at home egg farmers
A free workshop for backyard egg farmers and buyers will take place from 8:30 a.m. to noon Thursday at the Community Services Building at the University of Hawaii Maui College.
Topics will include candling and grading eggs, washing and good handling practices, packaging and labeling, compliance with federal and state laws, and resources for backyard egg farmers.
Attendees are encouraged to bring their own eggs for questions and answers and hands-on candling practice.
Conflict resolution theme of event
Mediation Services of Maui will host an open house at its location in the J. Walter Cameron Center from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday in observance of the Association for Conflict Resolution's 8th annual Conflict Resolution Day. The office is at 95 Mahalani St., Suite 25, in Wailuku.
The public is invited to visit and learn more about the conflict-resolution services the organization offers. Coffee and refreshments will be served.
The Maui County Council passed a resolution Oct. 4 in recognition of Conflict Resolution Day.
Farming and pest control topic of talk
University of Hawaii Maui College professor Ann Emmsley will be the guest speaker at the noon meeting on Thursday of the Rotary Club of Maui at the Class Act Dining Room on the UH-MC campus.
She will speak about "Farming and Biological Pest Control."
Emmsley is the program coordinator of the agriculture and natural resources department at UH-MC. She is a recipient of the Regent's Medal for Excellence in teaching and has helped students and residents launch sustainable agriculture businesses.
The meeting is open to the public. The cost is $20 per person for the luncheon and meeting. For more information, contact email@example.com.
Maui Farm hosts haunted Haiku hike
Awalau Farm's 2nd annual Haunted Haiku Hike is scheduled Saturday and Sunday and Oct. 26-27, from noon-3 p.m. and 5-8 p.m., at Awalau Farm, 1008 Awalau Road in Haiku.
Daytime guided hikes are geared for children; farm owner Jeremy Safron will talk about folkore and the history of Haiku, with attractions and characters, fairies, a mythical creature petting zoo, a maze and more.
The evening hike is geared for adults. Attractions will turn scary, and hikers must watch out for zombies, fire-breathing monsters, and goblins of the night.
Tickets are $5 for children, $10 for adults when purchased online, and $15 at the door.
For tickets and information, visit www.hauntedhaikuhike.com.