The Maui Camera Club has prepared an outing for its members on Saturday, April 23rd to tour and photograph Leilani Farm Sanctuary. It will be a great opportunity to get outside, explore Maui, socialize with your fellow club members, and photograph some amazing rescued animals.
Click here to be directed to their website to find out more about this non-profit organization.
“Home to donkeys, goats, chickens, cats, deer, rabbits, ducks, pigs, deer, sheep, tortoises, guinea pigs, geese, ducks, turkeys, a cow, and a dog, Leilani Farm Sanctuary is located on an 8-acre farm in Haiku, Maui. It is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization created to provide shelter and care for rescued animals, humane education to the community, and model of compassionate living.” – LFS website
There will be a sign-up sheet present at the next Camera Club meeting (April 11th) for those interested in this outing. We will be limiting the number of available spots for this outing and it will be on a first sign-up, first served basis. After the Camera Club meeting, we may open the attendance sign up sheet online (email/facebook), but that will be determined at a later date.
WHEN: Saturday, April 23rd at 1PM
WHERE: Leilani Farm Sanctuary
TRANSPORTATION: There’s plenty of parking available at the Sanctuary.
- Posting your pictures on social media is encouraged. The least we can do is to let the world see this wonderful non-profit through our eyes and our cameras. Please post all facebook tags to this address: https://www.facebook.com/leilanifarmsanctuary/
- This outing is in Haiku, so please bring the appropriate clothes/gear and expect rain (that way it will be sunny).
- Leilani Farm Sanctuary is a non-profit organization, so although you are not obligated, donations are encouraged. The normal donation for entrance is $10 for kama’aina. Items such as animal feed, yard tools, backyard fruit, and other essentials are welcomed donations as well.
- You must be a paying member of the Maui Camera Club to attend this outing.