ReWailuku, the largely grassroots effort to refurbish Wailuku, is hosting another set of workshops to give community members a chance to say what they think about the town’s future (here’s a MauiTime cover story from February on ReWailuku). ReWailuku seeks to recreate the image of Wailuku through “rebranding:” using community input, they want to come up with something that will benefit the community as well as revitalize the area in hopes of once again making Wailuku a place where people go to because they want to visit. In turn, they hope to create more jobs and help the local economy. So how do you see Wailuku in your head? Or, more importantly, how do you want Wailuku to be seen? These are questions ReWailuku is asking the community at the workshops in hopes of coming up with an answer that can be used to define the town.
The meetings will be held at 1980 Main St. and the times are as follows:
The workshops are self-directed and usually take 30-40 minutes.
Tuesday, Sept 18: 12pm-2pm; 5:15pm-6:30pm
Wednesday, Sept 19: 12pm-2pm
Thursday, Sept 20: 12pm-2pm; 5:15pm-6:30pm
Friday, Sept 21: 12pm-2pm
For more information check out rewailuku.com.
-Oliver de Silva (@odesilva)