This Thursday, Sept. 25: Mavis Staples at the MACC

This Thursday, blues/gospel singer and civil rights activist Mavis Staples will perform at the Maui Arts and Cultural Center. After performing for more than four decades–and releasing 14 albums–Staples easily deserves her Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award and induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. The music icon continues to reinvent herself appealing to old and new […]

This Wednesday, Sept. 24: 18th Annual Maui Disability Alliance Legislative Forum


This Wednesday, join the discussion on how housing, employment, transportation and mental health affects individuals with different abilities at the 18th annual Maui Disability Alliance Legislative Forum. Maui Disability Alliance hosts the event, which calls on the community at large to explore various opportunities and barriers that individuals living with disabilities face. Free. 4:30pm-7:00pm. University of Hawaii – […]

MauiTime’s Awesome Calendar of Events | Sep 18-24th, 2014

BIG SHOWS THE GREEN – Thu, Sep 18 & & Fri, Sep 19. The Honolulu Roots Reggae group The Green is taking over the Maui Tropical Plantation stage this weekend! Gearing up to embark on a 17-city tour titled “The Collision” this Fall, the 2014 Na Hoku Hanohano Group of the Year award winners have […]

This Tuesday, Sept. 23: Lahaina Art Society Presents Photographer John O’Leary


Lahaina Arts Society is inviting the public to meet the artists behind the art. This Tuesday will feature local photographer John O’ Leary. “In 2011, John moved to Maui to pursue work in Marine Biology,” states the LAS website. “When John isn’t working on [conservation] issues, he like to shoot bright bold and colorful subjects.” Talk story with […]

This Sunday, Sept. 21: MAPA’s Garden Party

Celebrate 40 years of Maui Academy of Performing Arts this Sunday during their annual fall Garden Party. Set on the Yokouchi Estate’s sprawling grounds, there will be wining and dining, which all helps the academy’s programs and accessibility. Bid on one-of-a-kind pieces constructed throughout the event, examine a wide range of items at the silent auction or just enjoy […]

This Friday through Sunday, Sept. 19-21: Maui Marathon & Maui Marathon Health & Fitness Expo

Get a head start on the Maui Marathon festivities this Friday (noon- 6pm) and Saturday (9am-5pm) at the Maui Marathon Health & Fitness Expo. The public is welcome to stroll product demonstrations, informational booths, food and entertainment at the Westin Maui Hotel. Warm up for Sunday’s main race beginning at 5am at Queen Ka’ahumanu Shopping Center […]

This Saturday, Sept. 20: Maui Okinawan Festival

The Maui Mall and Maui Okinwan Kenjin Kai are presenting the 2014 Maui Okinawan Festival this Saturday. There, the public can enjoy traditional Okinawan food, authentic entertainment and martial arts. They can shop the country store or just snap photos in traditional Okinawan attire. It’s a great chance for everyone to immerse themselves in Maui’s ever-evolving melting pot. Free. 10am-3pm. Maui […]

This Saturday, Sept. 20: Uluwehi Guerrero & Halau Hula Kauluokala

From the Merrie Monarch stage to Carnegie Hall, kumu hula and recording artist Uluwehi Guerrero and Halau Hula Kauluokala will grace the Maui Arts and Cultural Center’s Castle Theater this Saturday. The Maui native helps keeps Hawaiian culture alive through song and dance. So sit back, relax and enjoy Maui’s very own songbird. $35-$55. 7:30pm. Maui Arts and Cultural Center […]

This Saturday, Sept. 20: ‘Get the Drift and Bag It’ Kick Off

This Saturday, Malama Maui Nui kicks off their marine debris and cleanup campaign “Get the Drift and Bag It” with a community work day at Ka’a Point. At the same time, the 10th annual Lahaina Town Cleanup takes place at Kamehameha Iki Park. Can’t make it to either of these locations? Individuals are encouraged to  adopt sites in their own communities […]

This Friday & Saturday, Sept. 19 & 20: ‘Koi, Like The Fish’ at the MACC

Returning for an encore performance at the Maui Arts and Cultural Center is Keali‘iwahine Hokoana’s Koi, Like The Fish. Highlighting the dynamics of multi-generational families living under one roof, the one-act play touches on obligation, conflict and adjustment. Can Uncle Koi adjust to his new roommates? Find out this Friday and Saturday. You MUST call to arrange […]

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