Moonlight & Music 2021

Moonlight & Music 2021 in the Garden is back, and we invite you to join us! 

Due to the ongoing pandemic, we will not be hosting a large one-night gala as in previous years. This year, we will be hosting a “Mini Moonlight & Music Series” of events in August 2021. Proceeds will again support critical conservation, research and educational programs, and the Breadfruit Institute will be highlighted at the events this year.

We are offering Sponsorship opportunities for you and your guests, in groups of ten. Grab your friends and join us for a rare and intimate opportunity in the garden for a festive evening featuring dinner, hosted wine and beer and entertainment surrounded with tropical trees, native Hawaiian flora, and other exotic tropical plants creating a magical setting. There are various date options to choose from, and we will host your group and another group on the same night, for a maximum of twenty guests per evening at each event. This year we are offering two Sponsorship levels:

Ohia Sponsor $3,500 

Milo Sponsor $2,000

All tables and seat requests are available on a first come, first serve basis and availability on each night. Thank you in advance for your consideration, we hope we can count on you!

For reservations and questions, please contact Chelsey Aki at (808) 332-7324 ext. 209 or caki@ntbg.org.

virtual auction to support NTBG
Mark your calendar for NTBG’s Virtual Auction September 1 – 8

Save the Date for the NTBG Virtual Auction!

The annual Moonlight and Music in McBryde Garden silent auction is going virtual once again! Support NTBG’s critical plant conservation efforts by bidding on outstanding gifts, trips, artwork, and more from September 1st through the 8th. Mark your calendar and keep an eye on your email for details on this famously fun fundraising fete! 

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