Saturday, January 27, 2018
5:30pm – 9:30pm
(next to Maui Ocean Center in Maalaea)
Please join us for fun at our 4th Annual Tasteful Benefit! Our benefit has grown and this year will take place at Seascape Restaurant at Maui Ocean Center in Maalaea. Full dinner, silent/live auction and live entertainment are included.
As an extra bonus, your ticket purchase also includes exclusive, one-hour access to the Maui Ocean Center where we’ll enjoy pupus, a no-host bar and complimentary tours by MOC Marine Biologists. This will be a great evening that the whole family can enjoy!
This evening benefits two great causes; A Cup of Cold Water (Maui homeless outreach charity) and The Historic David Malo Hawaiian Church site and Lihue Cemetery at Trinity Episcopal Church-by-the-Sea.
5:30pm – Check-in begins at Maui Ocean Center (MOC) main entrance
6:00pm – Doors to MOC open. Silent Auction begins.
6:00pm – 7:00pm – One-hour exclusive Access to Maui Ocean Center.
Complimentary Educational Tours by MOC Marine Biologists
Passed Pupus and No-Host Bar (inside Maui Ocean Center)
Crispy Pork Won Ton with Wasabi Sauce
Vegetable Crudité Cocktail
7:00pm – Remaining check-in and all guests move to Seascape Restaurant.
7:00pm – 8:00pm – “Fanta-SEA Feast”, Live Auction and Special Presentations
Roast Prime Rib with Au Jus
Macadamia Crusted Mahimahi with Citrus Buerre Blanc
Char Siu Pancit with Stir Fried Vegetables
Vegetarian entree option available (by special request made prior to 1/20/2018)
Garlic Mashed Potatoes topped with Caramelized Sweet Onions, served with Giblet Gravy
Sautéed Kula Vegetables
Freshly baked Dinner Rolls and Butter
Iced Water and Iced Tea
Chef’s selection of Mini Desserts
8:00pm – Silent Auction closes.
8:00pm – 8:45pm – Live entertainment and dancing with the fabulous Deborah Vial Band
8:30pm – Auction check-out begins
9:30pm – Evening concludes
$100.00/Adult (21 and over)
$65.00/Youth (20 and under)
A Cup of Cold Water
A community Care Van outreach program on the Island of Maui, formed by a group of committed Episcopalians from Good Shepherd, Holy Innocents, St. John’s and Trinity By-the-Sea churches. The program is a food and clothing distribution service for the poor and needy homeless in the community which uses the care-van to deliver essential food, hygiene and clothing items throughout the island. With a strong volunteer base from the Episcopal Churches on Maui, the program is growing and now includes churches from various denominations.
Trinity Episcopal Church by-the-Sea
A historic outdoor church built by in 1852 by David Malo who was one of the first Native Hawaiians to be ordained in the Christian Ministry. Trinity is involved in many community outreach programs and a founding supporter of A Cup of Cold Water.