Chef Stephen Stryjewski

Mākena’s Executive Chef, Chris Kulis,
a long-time proponent of local food and farmers, will create a culinary dining experience under the stars with ingredients sourced entirely from Maui.

The dinner will be held at Nāulu Farm overlooking the club’s organically minded farm named for and inspired by the Nāulu wind and cloud of the area, designed and tended to by Mākena’s ‘Ōiwi Resources + Stewardship Manager CJ Elizares.

A Food Liberation Fundraising Farm Dinner

Nā ʻOno
o ka ʻĀina

hosted by Makena Golf & Beach Club
Sunday, December 4th, 2022; 5pm–8pm

Join us at Mākena’s Nāulu Farm on Sunday, December 4th from 5pm–8pm for Nā ʻOno O Ka ʻĀina, a Food Liberation Fundraising Farm Dinner hosted by Mākena Golf & Beach Club. A special evening celebration to honor Maui Food Bank and other local organizations. All proceeds from the event will benefit the honorees.

We are grateful for the opportunity to celebrate these wonderful organizations and their integral work towards Maui food liberation efforts, and, to contribute to the greater movement of how ‘ono –how truly satisfying it is to be nourished by food and drink that comes from this place” said Leahi Hall, Community Engagement Director at the Mākena Golf & Beach Club.

Tickets for the event are $200 per person, and seating is extremely limited.  The event includes pass appetizers, a four-course meal, and two drink tickets per person; it will also feature live entertainment and beautiful views of Puʻu Ōlaʻi and Kahoʻolawe beyond. 

To purchase tickets, click on the button below.

$200 per person (Seating is limited and is first come, first serve.)

Proceeds to benefit Maui Food Bank.