This Friday, April 18: Makawao Third Friday Town Party


The third Friday of the month has arrived and that means Makawao is throwing a pa’ina. Locals and tourist are welcome to enjoy live entertainment, merchants and unique flavors of this quiet paniolo town. Grab dinner at Polli’s or meet up with friends for a drink at Casanova. Slow down and take a moment to smell the great […]

This Sunday, April 13: Jai Uttal CD Release Party

Celebrate Grammy nominated recording artist Jai Uttal’s Return to Shiva Station-Kailash Connection album release this Sunday at the Makawao Union Church. The artist fuses rock with Indian Kirtan influences, winning him a following from the local yoga community. Make it a evening outing and grab dinner (5:30pm) by Monsoon India (available for purchase $15) before the show. $20 […]

This Sunday, April 6: TEDxYouth


The first of its kind on Maui, TEDxYouth will gather teens from schools across the island this Sunday for a time of sharing and inspiration. Modeled after TED, TEDxYouth will feature inspirational video and 12 middle school and high school speakers. Using the theme “Imagining a Better Tomorrow,” presenters will share their thoughts and ideas. […]

This Friday, Mar. 28: The Usual Suspects at Stopwatch


Pau hana your week with Maui’s Usual Suspects at the Stopwatch this Friday. Not exactly strangers to the famous Upcountry watering hole, the five fellas rock out with a variation of  blues, Reggae, Latin and funk. Relax and unwind, Stopwatch-style. $4. 9pm-1m. Stopwatch (1127 Makawao Ave.); 808-572-1380 -Marina Satoafaiga (@sandtothecity) Photo courtesy of

This Friday, Mar. 21: Makawao Third Friday


The third Friday of the month has arrived and that means one thing, Makawao is throwing a pa’ina. Makawao is known for its paniolo charm, and locals and tourist alike are welcome to enjoy its live entertainment, merchants and unique flavors. Slow down and take a moment to smell the great Upcountry outdoors. Parking can be […]

This Monday, Mar. 17: Ann Walsh Tells Celtic Stories of Old


Get a little folklore in your St. Patrick’s Day celebrations by listening to storyteller Ann Walsh on Monday at the Makawao Public Library. Teens and adults are welcome for a time of “Celtic Stories of Old.” Hear ancient tales of giants, gods and goddesses await those who attend. Free. 6:30pm. Makawao Public Library (1159 Makawao […]

This Saturday and Sunday, Mar. 15 & 16: ‘Swan Lake’ at Seabury Hall

The Alexander Academy Performing Company in Kula presents Tchaikovsky’s classic ballet Swan Lake this Saturday and Sunday. It will feature a range of dancers from children to adults. Inspired by Swan Lake’s classic form, AAPC weaves in contemporary elements before the show. Proceeds benefit the dance company. $10-$30. 2pm & 6pm. Seabury Hall’s ‘A‘ali‘ikuhonua Creative […]

This Saturday, Mar. 1: ROOTS 2nd Annual Renaissance Faire

Step back in time during ROOTS school’s second annual Renaissance Faire this Saturday. The preschool to eighth grade school fosters project-based learning and takes a holistic approach that involves a community of support. Jaunt through “The Secret Garden” and explore archery, try a stint with the stilts or just indulge your sweet tooth. Get festive […]

This Saturday, Mar. 1: Free Basketball Clinic

Basketball Maui’s free basketball clinic is back this Saturday. Bring canned food items to donate to the Maui Food Bank as well as a basketball and your A-Game. The clinic will feature former NBA Development League player David Nurse. Known for his shooting, Nurse went on to play internationally and currently is the CEO of one of […]

This Friday, Feb. 28: ‘The Diviners’ at Seabury Hall


Seabury Hall Performing Arts will be presenting Jim Leonard Jr.’s play The Diviners. Set during the Great Depression, the play takes place in a small town in Indiana. The production will be accompanied by live folk and bluegrass music from Alan Hodara and Frank Kane. The production will run on Fridays and Saturdays through Mar. 9 (3pm).  $12 Adults/ […]

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