The Kihei Youth Center provides recreational activities, educational programs, cultural enrichment/ appreciation programs, leadership projects and family-oriented community events. They help over 500 kids from 8 to 17 years old in a year. In partnership with Maui Thing clothing company, the South Shore Tiki Lounge is holding an all day benefit on June 10 to raise money for this wonderful organization. Erin Smith is also donating her talent and will be performing from 8-10pm.
A donation of any kind on June 10 will be priceless to the families and kids of Kihei!
South Shore Tiki Lounge in Maui Time Weekly’s Ono Kine Grinds this week. Kate Bradshaw writes, “While many of us would be happy just to sit in the shade huddled over our small vats of jungle juice, it’s good to know there is at least one place that recognizes the importance of community—and more importantly makes some tasty grub.” Click here to read the article.
Art & Culture on Maui May/June 2009 issue published an article entitled “Reinvisioning Tiki.” Covering the history of the Tiki subculture, the piece also touched on the South Shore Tiki Lounge and the new artwork that adorns its walls. Pick up a copy of Art & Culture on Maui or click here to view in their schnazzy online page flipper. The article starts on page 14.
ALL DAY $4 Margaritas and Sauza shots, $3 Coronas… Come and get it! DJ Nature Boy gets busy while you shake it on the dance floor.
It’s May Day weekend and if you’re looking to kick back with a killer margarita and groove to some live tunes, the South Shore Tiki Lounge is the place to be! Eric strums his ukulele and sings Island favorites on Friday, Karen B sits in for Erin Smith this Saturday with her sultry sounds, Danny & Neto lead a raucous Sunday Rumba jam, and Kanoa rocks as always on Mondays from 4-6pm.