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As the summer sun graces the shores of Maui, the island buzzes with a diverse array of events in June. From agricultural festivities and wine celebrations to cultural showcases and film festivals, there's something for everyone to enjoy. We've curated a list of must-attend events happening on the Valley Isle this June. Join us as we explore the highlights, guaranteeing unforgettable experiences for residents and visitors alike.

 

Maui Ag Fest

June 3, 9 am - 4:30 pm at War Memorial Stadium

Connect with local farmers, indulge in delicious food, and discover the wonders of agriculture at the Maui Ag Fest. This family-friendly event features an extensive farmers market, exciting activities for kids, and the Grand Taste event where

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Starting in July, most residents who own their homes will enjoy lower property tax rates. The updated Maui County Real Property Tax rates for the upcoming fiscal year have been announced, bringing reduced rates to many homeowners. 

Property is classified based on its highest and best use. Properties receiving home exemptions, condominiums, permitted bed and breakfasts and permitted transient vacation rentals are exceptions. Condominiums are classified upon consideration of their actual use — Non-owner-occupied, Commercial, Short-term/Vacation rental, Long-term rental (new classification), Timeshare, or Owner-occupied.

These changes are part of the new property tax rates for fiscal year 2024, which were recently adopted after a public hearing by

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At the very beginning of Kihei town’s entrance and just past Maalaea, there is a serene oasis of natural beauty that makes everyone pause: the Keālia Pond National Wildlife Refuge. 

Covering 700 acres, this refuge expands along both sides of the highway and was established in 1992 to protect and conserve the endangered Hawaiian waterbirds and their habitats and is an unofficial landmark along the scenic drive heading towards Kihei from Maalaea.

The Keālia Pond National Wildlife Refuge is an important sanctuary for various bird species that are native to Hawaii. The refuge is home to a variety of waterbirds, including the Hawaiian coot, Hawaiian duck, and the endangered Hawaiian stilt. As the largest lowland wetland remaining on Maui, visitors

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