This Sunday, Nov. 2: Holoholo Ka’a 2014


Here’s a chance to see emergency vehicles up close and help Hawaiian language immersion programs. Punana Leo O Maui and the UHMC Early Childhood Education Program presents Holoholo Ka’a 2014 this Sunday in the UH Maui College parking lot. It’s a benefit for Hawaiian language immersion education programs and the whole family is invited to explore emergency […]

This Sunday, Nov. 2: Hana Ke Kapa @MauiArtsCulture

The Maui Arts and Cultural Center’s Heritage Films series presents Hana Ke Kapa this Sunday in the McCoy Theater. From its use as a garment to its cultural and natural significance, the documentary will explore the versatility of kapa. At the end, the film’s writer and director will host a talk story session. Free. 3pm. […]

This Saturday, Nov. 1: Imua Car Wash at Ohana Fuels

Imua Family Services presents their first ever Imua (Car) Wash this Saturday at the Ohana Fuels location in Kahului. A benefit for Camp Imua, the car wash will feature guests like Kathy “Tita” Collins. Lucky magic ticket holders can also win giveaways like airline tickets and a signed Navorro Bowman football. Proceeds will benefit the organization’s week-long recreational camp catered to […]

This Saturday, Nov. 1: Pacific Media Group Job Fair

Pacific Media Group invites all to their big Job Fair this Saturday at the Queen Ka’ahumanu Shopping Center. Explore a new career path with various companies on the island. The job fair will include representatives from the County of Maui, American Savings Bank, Maui Economic Opportunity, Island Grocery Depot, Sephora and more. 10am-2pm. Queen Ka’ahumanu Shopping Center (275 W. Ka’ahumanu, […]

This Saturday, Nov. 1: Women Helping Women Fun Run

Women Helping Women Maui presents their sixth annual Fun Run this Saturday. It kicks off at ReVive Boutique in Kahului. Participants can run or walk, and the whole thing benefits various WHW programs. Enjoy race swag, refreshments and prizes along the way. Awards will be handed out to first place finishers in the women’s and men’s division and […]

This Saturday, Nov. 1: Maui Fil-Am Heritage Festival

The Maui Filipino Chamber of Commerce presents the Maui Fil-Am Heritage Festival this Saturday at the Maui Mall. To commemorate Filipino-American History Month, there will be Filipino food, entertainment, a Speedy Balut Eating Contest, Master P-Noy Contest, Filipino Fashionista and more. 10am- 3pm. Maui Mall (70 E. Ka’ahumanu Ave., Kahului), -Marina Satoafaiga (@sandtothecity) Photo courtesy Maui Filipino […]

This Tuesday, Oct. 28: Spooky Stories with Tita

Maui Friends of the Library presents Kathy “Tita” Collins this Tuesday at the Kahului Public Library. She’ll share spooky stories inspired by Hawaiian legends. Get into the spirit of All Hallows Eve with the mystical and chilling tales from our island home. Bring the keiki for a fun evening of intrigue and imagination! Free. 6pm. Kahului Public […]

Irish Rovers Say Farewell, but will sing a Shanty for Maui first

By Marina Satofainga, Soleil Dezwart and Jen Russo Maui is a hot bed for Celtic creativity. While our shores are a wee bit warmer than our Irish and Scottish sister islands that hasn’t cooled our passion for celtic music. Hamish Burgess of Maui Celtic has been promoting Celtic culture here for years, every Sunday his […]

This Saturday, Oct. 25: A Keiki’s Walk

A Keiki’s Dream invites the ohana to walk for the cause this Saturday at Keopuolani Park. Support Maui County’s neediest children, making their dreams come true through the AKD program. Participants are invited to don costumes, participate in Halloween games and enjoy festive treats. Oh, and if you get the most pledges, you win a two-night stay […]

This Friday, Oct. 24: ‘The Glass Menagerie’

The Maui Academy of Performing Arts presents the classic play The Glass Menagerie, which runs from this Friday, Oct. 24 through Sunday, Nov. 9. Written by Tennessee Williams,  the play features Peggy Harmon, Jefferson Davis, Eva Sikes and Dylan Bode. Catch a special “AfterWords” with the cast and director on Sunday, Nov. 2. $15 for students. 18 students. $21 […]

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