This Wednesday, Aug. 6: Hiroshima and Nagasaki Commemoration

Maui Peace Action hosts peace builder and educator Melinda Clarke during its annual Hiroshima and Nagasaki Commemoration this Wednesday. Her work includes a stint at the Radiation Effects Research Foundation and she’s also interviewed atomic bomb survivors in Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Clarke will share her experience and efforts and Maui Taiko and Yosakoi dancers will share […]

This Sunday, Aug. 3: Zumba Fitness at Keoni’s Hot Lava DanceFit Studio

Did you eat too much Saturday night? Fight the bulge with Keoni’s Hot Lava DanceFit Studio’s free Zumba fitness class on Sunday morning. Known for its high energy and festive choreography, the class lets you dance your way to a slimmer you. Workout to Merengue, Salsa and Cumbia beats. Free. 9am. Keoni’s Hot Lava DanceFit Studio (70 […]

This Saturday, Aug. 2: Laced Up HI at Maui Beach Hotel

Are you a sneakerhead? Do you need a pair of sneakers to complete your collection? Well, you’re in luck because Hawaii Sneakerheads is presenting Laced Up HI this Saturday at the Maui Beach Hotel. You can sell, buy or trade your pieces from your collection with fellow sneaker enthusiasts or shop local brands unique to our state. Keep your eyes peeled […]

This Friday, Aug. 1: Maui Mall Sings


You don’t have to be a fan of American Idol to cheer on local talent this Friday at the Maui Mall. Fifteen contestants will belt out their best tune during Maui Mall Sings, which is presented by Native 92.5 and Waiehu Records. Soloists and groups will compete for the chance to have their debut single professionally recorded. Who […]

This Friday, Aug. 1: Jazz Maui 2014 All-Star Concert @MauiArtsCulture

Jazz Maui 2014’s All-Star Concert will conclude the week-long island-wide series of Jazz performances and workshops. There will be musicians local and visiting and Jazz enthusiasts can look forward to great performances from Valery Ponomarev (pictured here), Tommy James and Shari Lynn. Arrive early for King Kekaulike High School’s Na Ali’i Big Band (6pm). The after school program exposes students to […]

This Sunday, July 27: @MauiArtsCulture presents Bill Champlin

This Sunday, Grammy winning singer/songwriter and Chicago band member Bill Champlin will soothe the Maui Arts and Cultural Center’s McCoy Studio Theater with his soulful jazz. He’s written and  been featured on many songs–“In the Heat of the Night” and “Here In My Heart” are just two of his classic hits. $30-$45. Maui Arts and Cultural Center, […]

This Sunday, July 27: Whole Foods’ Story Time

Make going to the grocery store fun with Whole Foods‘ Story Time this Sunday. Join Aunty Joanne with Read Aloud America as she makes stories come to life through the art of storytelling. You’ll be able to enjoy healthy snacks and pick a book to take home but be sure to bring your imagination. Read Aloud America […]

This Saturday, July 26: ‘Awa Workshop

Maui Nui Botanical Gardens invites you to the ‘Awa circle this Saturday in their gardens. A plant root used to produce a sedative drink, ‘Awa is consumed throughout the Pacific during a variety of cultural ceremonies. Practitioner Kapono’ai Molitau will discuss its medicinal values, varieties and cultural significance. $25. 10am-12pm. Maui Nui Botanical Gardens (150 Kanaloa […]

This Friday and Saturday, July 25-26: MayJah RayJah @MauiArtsCulture


MayJah RayJah returns to the Maui Arts and Cultural Center bigger and better than ever. This year, the island Reggae music festival will span two days–Friday and Saturday, July 25-26. Friday’s set will include “Boombastic’s” Shaggy, New Zealand’s Sammy J, “Let’s Do it Again’s” J Boog and Hawaii’s Bo Napoleon. Return on Saturday to see California’s Common Kings, […]

This Friday, July 25: UHMC hosts Guitarist Showcase


If you enjoy baroque guitar, classical guitar and a dash of ‘ukulele, then you’ll definitely want to check out UH Maui College’s Music Department this weekend, because they’re hosting a trio of guitarists for a free mini concert. Music enthusiasts can look forward to hearing Ian O’Sullivan, Arash Noori and Ray Zhou. Each is connected to the Yale School of Music, […]

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