November-December 2008

November-December 2008 issue of Maui Nō Ka ʻOi Magazine

at home for the holidays

A Home for the Holidays

A historic Maui dwelling entertains the spirit of Christmases past and present
publisher's note

From the Publisher

May your own canoe—and your holidays—be filled with love, laughter, and the warmth of wonderful friends.
quilt

A Stitch in Time

How Hawaiian quilters layered secret messages of love, spirit, and quiet rebellion into works of art.
kadomatsu

On the Threshold of the Year

Display of kadomatsu, or bamboo arrangements, guarantees good luck for Hawaiian households on New Year's Day.
maui truck driver

Wheel Genius

The best truck driver in the State of Hawaii comes from Haiku, Maui. Melvin Andrade Jr. won the straight truck competition in 2008.
maki-su

Maki-su

Add a maki-su, a simple rolling mat of woven bamboo reeds, to your kitchen cache and you’ll be rockin’ the maki rolls in no time.
maui church thanksgiving turkeys

Gobble gobble!

The Church of the Nazarene in Pukalani, Maui cooks 250 turkeys in the imu every Thanksgiving.
golf

Pro Family Fun

The Dunes at Maui Lani hosts Golf Fest, a kid-friendly event on the green.