This Saturday, Aug. 23: Flashback to the ’80s at Lulu’s

Flashback to the 1980s at Lulu’s this Saturday and help out the Maui Humane Society. Jam to 80s cover band I Want Candy (8pm), quench your thirst with $2 Steinlager Pure drink specials and refuel with a “Helping Paws” Hawaiian plate. Don your raddest outfit for a chance at prizes and dance into the early morning […]

This Monday, Aug. 11: World’s Largest Golf Outing

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It spans 26 states and includes more than 120 courses. It’s called the World’s Largest Golf Outing, and it takes place locally this Monday at the Ka’anapali Golf Resort. Gather a group of four, two or enter solo and play the 18-hole course. The registration includes a donation to the Wounded Warrior Project, green fee, shared cart, warm […]

This Saturday, Aug. 9: Kyle Ellison presents ‘Moon Maui’

Barnes & Noble in Lahaina is hosting Caribbean-born author and freelance writer Kyle Ellison this Saturday for a special presentation of his travel guide Moon Maui. A longtime Maui resident, Ellison shares his tips on visiting the island. From whale watching to basic beach bummin’, Ellison’s book also includes environmentally conscious options as well as volunteering opportunities. 2pm. Barnes […]

This Thursday, July 31: Hawaiian Music Series Presents Ikaika Blackburn

The Lahaina Restoration Foundation is presenting July’s Hawaiian Music Series star Ikaika Blackburn on the Baldwin House Museum lawn. He’s a founding member of the Na Hoku Hanohano Award winning group Na Hoa and his falsetto vocals are reminiscent of traditional Hawaiian song. Enjoy the ride as Blackburn and his friends take you on a musical journey through Hawaii’s past. Chairs […]

This Thursday through Saturday, July 24-26: Kite Festival at Lahaina Cannery Mall

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Celebrate the ancient Chinese Kite at the Hawaii Kite Association’s Festival Awakening at the Lahaina Cannery Mall this weekend. On Thursday, enjoy a talk story session about the history of kites while Friday will feature a kite demo (2pm-4pm). On Saturday, the festival ends with a special appearance by Kendama Riot at noon. You can also see the […]

This Saturday, July 19: 16th Annual Keiki Hula Festival

The 16th annual Keiki Hula Festival returns to the Westside with a two-day hula extravaganza. Featuring Hui Lanakila, Te Tiare Patitifa, Mautea Productions, Ta’aroa Nui, Halau Hula O Keola Aliiokekai and Na Kamalii Nani O Lahaina, the troupes will compete both in traditional (auana) and ancient (kahiko) hula. Stroll local vendors and crafters in between […]

Next Friday, July 18: Theatre Theatre Maui Presents Bugsy Malone Jr.

With opening night right around the corner on Friday, July 18, the cast and crew of Theatre Theatre Maui’s six-week summer program is working diligently to perfect their rendition of Bugsy Malone Jr. which will be performed in Lahaina Intermediate School’s cafeteria. It’s unusual to see a children’s play based on a film like Bugsy Malone. Set in the […]

This Sunday, July 6: Mahalo Hawaii–Drums of Fukushima Sunset Concert

This Sunday the Fukushima Taiko Union presents its Mahalo Hawaii: Drums of Fukushima Sunset Concert. The performance will honor the Aloha Initiative Program, Japanese Cultural Society of Maui, Maui Fukushima Kenjin Kai and Maui Taiko for their relief efforts following Fukushima’s devastating earthquake. Forty-five people from the Fukushima Taiko Union will come to Maui to show their gratitude. […]

This Friday, July 4th: Pacific Whale Foundation Firework Cruise

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Hop aboard one of Pacific Whale Foundation’s vessels for an oceanfront view of Lahaina’s firework display on the Fourth of July. What’s even better is that you can avoid the Pali congestion by setting sail from Ma’alaea Harbor. The cruise features pupus, Hawaiian barbecue-glazed ribs, potato-macaroni salad, rolls, sliced watermelon and triple chocolate brownies. Guests can choose up to […]

This Friday, July 4: Lahaina Fourth of July Firework Display

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Front Street goes red, white and blue during this year’s Fourth of July Celebration. The fireworks go off at 8pm. You can also warm up your vocal chords at the sixth annual Lahaina Karaoke Contest at the Wharf Cinema. Not much of a singer? George Kahumoku Jr. and the Hawaii Institute of Music will be  serenading passers-by on the […]

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