This Friday and Saturday, Oct. 24 & 25: Plantation Days

Lahaina Restoration Foundation’s Plantation Days returns this Friday and Saturday. The two-day festival commemorates Lahaina’s sugar plantation roots. This year’s event will feature beverages from Maui Brewing Co. and Chambers & Chambers Wine. Enjoy entertainment from Ekolu, Richard Ho’opi’i, Na Hoa, Nuff Sedd, Burn’n Love’s Darren Lee and more. $5. Keiki under 5 Free. 5pm-10:30pm. Old Pioneer Mill (Lahainaluna […]

This Friday and Saturday, Sept. 12 & 13: Chinese Moon Festival

The Wo Hing Museum presents the Chinese Moon Festival this Friday and Saturday. Complete with moon cakes, fan dances and song, the Chinese holiday celebrates a full moon, which indicates abundance and satisfaction. Cultural exhibits and demonstrations will feature crafts for all ages. Don’t forget to pick up fresh produce from the farmers’ corner. You can […]

This Thursday, Nov. 21: Kamehameha Schools Maui Hawaiian Ensemble

Lahaina Restoration Foundation’s monthly Hawaiian Music Series returns with the Kamehameha Schools Maui Hawaiian Ensemble. The ensemble displays cultural expression through hula, mele and oli. They have performed at various venues on the islands of Maui, Oahu, New Zealand and Tahiti. Chairs are limited so blankets, mats, and low beach chairs are welcome. Free. 6:00pm-7:30pm […]

This Friday and Saturday, Oct. 18-19: Lahaina Plantation Days 2013

Lahaina Restoration Foundation’s annual celebration Plantation Days returns this Thursday and Friday, for its fifth year. The two-day festival commemorates Lahaina’s roots in Hawaii’s plantation past. Shop the farmers market, grab lunch from local food vendors and learn about Westside history through the cultural exhibits. Or just enjoy the entertainment line-up: Da Braddahs, Ekola and […]

This Thurs-Sat, Sept. 19-21: Chinese Moon Day Festival

The Wo Hing Museum invites you to celebrate the Chinese Moon Festival this Thursday, (10am-4pm), Friday (1pm-8pm) and Saturday (10am-4pm). The Chinese Holiday celebrates a full moon indicating abundance and satisfaction. Enjoy a traditional Chinese food like moon cakes, dim sum and a specially crafted “Poly-Asian noodle bowl” by Chef Gregory “Bonz.” Cultural exhibits and […]

This Thursday, Aug. 29: Kamakoa Lindsey-Asing

Pau hana your week at the Baldwin House Museum for Lahaina Restoration Foundation’s monthly Hawaiian Music Series. This Thursday, the program features Hawaii Island native Kamakoa Lindsey-Asing. He draws a lot of his inspiration from his roots and has worked with Maui’s Ekolu. A familiar face on the Maui music scene, Kamakoa returns to the […]

This Friday, June 14: Lahaina Second Friday

E komo mai to the second round of Maui Friday Town parties and this week it’s all about collaboration at Lahaina Second Friday. Contribute your artistic creativity at Campbell Park during the art piece project, sign up to be an organ donor at the Maui Memorial Foundation Legacy of Life booth and/or enjoy the Maui […]

This Thursday, May 30: Rama Camarillo & Sons

Take a break from work and treat yourself to the music of the Camarillo trio. This Thursday, Rama Camarillo and his sons will take Lahaina Restoration Foundation’s Hawaiian Music Series stage to showcase their inherent talent. Rama learned ‘ukulele from his father and has shared the mana’o with his sons (Kamaka Camarillo and Kala’e Camarillo). […]

This Thurs, Fri & Sun, May 3-5: The First Annual Chinese Kite Festival

The Lahaina Restoration Foundation is inviting everyone to the three-day, first annual Chinese Kite Festival. On Friday, guests can enjoy displays, kite-themed crafts and kung fu/ tai chi performances, among other activities (2pm-8pm). On Saturday, a musical Guzheng performance and interactive ribbon dance demonstration will take place between 1pm and 2:30pm. And on Sunday, Brenda […]

This Thursday, Mar. 28: Hawaiian Music Series featuring Kory Kukahiko

Take advantage of another Lahaina Restoration Foundation concert under the stars. This week Lahaina native Kory Kukahiko will serenade the crowd. Sing along as Kukahiko ushers the audience through a few of Hawaii’s classics. Bring a blanket or a beach chair and find a spot on the historic Baldwin Home Museum lawn. Free. 6pm-7:30pm. Baldwin […]

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