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West Maui Greenway Mural coming soon!

Keep it Flowing and Tkay Designs will be paint a mural in Lahaina, Maui for the 1st annual “Love the West Maui Greenway Day” event on Saturday April 22.

The first annual Love the West Maui Greenway Day is the first major event that is being planned to build awareness and support for a safe, healthy facility that would allow Maui residents and visitors to get outside and enjoy and experience West Maui.

Mahalo Nui Loa to the Grand Wailea Waldorf Astoria Resort for your continued support towards our projects!

Love the West Maui Greenway Day
April 22, 2017 | Lahaina Civic Center
1840 Honoapiilani Hwy Lahaina, Maui, HI 96761
Cost: FREE   |   All Ages Welcome
The first annual Love the West Maui Greenway Day is the first major event that is being planned to build awareness and support for a safe, healthy facility that would allow Maui residents and visitors to get outside and enjoy and experience West Maui.

Activities
9am-12pm – Get Fit the Greenway
Yoga by Good Karma Yoga
“Let’s Move” Hip Hop with Body in Balance
Hula Hooping
Keiki Bike Rodeo
Community Art Project with Maui Art School
Guided Greenway Exploration Rides and Walks

12pm-4:30pm – Greenway Entertainment
Hula show by Old Lahaina Luau
Music with Melinda Caroll
Hawaiian Music with Anthony Pfluke
Music by Fred’s Garage and more!

Mayors Recognition: Art & Awareness

2016 Oahu Mayors Recognition-web

Keep it Flowing LLC. and Creative Director Ken Nishimura are very humbled and honored to receive this Award of Recognition from Oahu, Hawaii Mayor Mr. Kirk Caldwell for the City and County of Honolulu!  Mahalo Nui to the “Be a Jerk” underage drinking prevention program for your consideration!  Using art to create awareness and strengthening community through creative based collaborations is our passion and focus! Looking to more collaborations!

www.beajerk.org

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The Countdown Begins for NEOMP Spring 2015

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Only 40 days until our third anti-meth mural tour begins. We’ll be painting 4 murals on 4 islands at 4 high schools and we’re so excited! One way to prepare for the physical challenges of this tour is by staying health conscious. Yesterday we cross-trained: walking 5 miles followed by ocean swimming then weightlifting. We’ve also started eating probiotic foods and we definitely feel the difference! We were inspired to learn more about fermented foods after watching a documentary that premiered online, Origins. So far, we’ve made kimchi, sauerkraut and pickled cucumbers. It’s a process, but so rewarding! It’s also quite affordable! We want to keep learning about fermenting foods so if you have any info to share, please do!