This Friday & Saturday, Oct. 24 & 25: Tim Burton’s Graveyard Cabaret

This Friday and Saturday, the Kit Kat Club Cabaret will turn up the heat up for the two days of Tim Burton’s Graveyard Cabaret. Friday will feature Violetta Baretta while both nights promise fantastic and sultry cabaret. Guests can feast their eyes on Douglas DeBoer’s multimedia show and other vixen visuals. The adult-only zone welcomes costumed guests and will […]

POSTPONED – This Sunday, Oct. 19: Wailuku Hongwanji Mission 115th Anniversary

NOTE: Due to Hurricane Ana, this event has been postponed until Sunday, Nov. 2 This Sunday, the Wailuku Hongwanji Mission celebrates its 115th anniversary. A commemoration service (9am) will be followed by a celebratory brunch. Enjoy Keirokai, entertainment and door prizes. Seats are limited so guests must RSVP. $1. 9am services. 10:30am celebration. Wailuku Hongwanji Mission […]

This Saturday, Oct. 11: Doggie Dash at Keopuolani Park

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Doggie Dash Maui, LLC and Maui Humane Society presents the first ever Doggie Dash this Saturday at Keopuolani Park. Pet owners and pooches alike are invited to dash through a 1.5 mile course. Prizes will be awarded to the first place finisher, biggest & smallest pooch, best costume and more. Stroll the various booths, watch demonstrations from the Maui […]

Maui Pride Festival: Talking Story with Celebrity Frenchie Davis

Frenchie Davis was on American Idol in 2003, but it seemed that her performing career jumped on the fast track after she left the show. Sure, the Howard University theater student had been disqualified from Idol due to a few spicy photos, but she recovered quickly by getting a role in Broadway’s Rent later that year. After Rent, she […]

This Friday, Oct. 3: Wailuku First Friday

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Need an alternative to the Maui Fair chaos? Check out the Wailuku First Friday town party. Lined with various merchants, Market Street will welcome fall, Wailuku-style. Wind down your work week with Body Alive Yoga (4:45pm). Grab a cup of coffee at Wailuku Coffee Company or just take your pick of sweet treats from street vendors. Shop local […]

This Thursday through Sunday, Oct. 2-5: Maui Fair

The Maui Fair returns this Thursday through Sunday for the 92nd time. That means four days of local flavors, ferris wheel rides, the E.K. Fernandez Joy Zone and more. The Fair Parade will kick off the festivities at 4:30pm on Thursday and end at the War Memorial Parking Lot entrance. Don’t miss out on some of Maui’s […]

This Saturday, Sept. 27: Museum Day at the Bailey House

This Saturday, museum-goers across the country are invited to take advantage of Smithsonian Magazine’s Museum Day. Download a free ticket to any participating museum or cultural institution and enjoy your local hub of history. That means Maui residents can get a free ticket to the Bailey House Museum. Explore the museums exhibits on the exploits of Polynesian navigators, the Hawaiian monarchy. Territorial days, […]

This Sunday, Sept. 21: MAPA’s Garden Party

Celebrate 40 years of Maui Academy of Performing Arts this Sunday during their annual fall Garden Party. Set on the Yokouchi Estate’s sprawling grounds, there will be wining and dining, which all helps the academy’s programs and accessibility. Bid on one-of-a-kind pieces constructed throughout the event, examine a wide range of items at the silent auction or just enjoy […]

This Thursday and Friday, Sept. 18 & 19: The Green at The Mill House

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The Honolulu roots/Reggae group The Green will take Maui Tropical Plantation’s stage this Thursday and Friday. Gearing up to embark on a 17-city tour titled “The Collision” this fall, the 2014 Na Hoku Hanohano Group of the Year award winners have won a national following. The band’s song “Take Me On” also won a nomination for Best Reggae Rock […]

This Saturday, Sept. 13: Remembering Queen Lili’uokalani

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Remember Hawaii’s last monarch, Queen Liliuokalani, this Saturday during an oral history and sing-along with ‘Ukulele Mele at the Bailey House Museum. Learn about the queen’s last days and the meaning behind some of her music. Mele Fong will guide the group in song so bring your ‘ukulele to play along. $15 /$10 for members. […]

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