I hope your ready for a fun filled Saturday afternoon! This Saturday May 17th from 4 pm to 7 pm is the Maui Brewers Festival. Proceeds from the festival benefit the arts and cultural programs at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center.
Sample some of the best beers made in Hawaii while listening to live music and enjoying appetizers from local eateries. Must be 21 or over to attend this event. For information on ticket packages as well as menus, visit mauiarts.org. Have a fun and safe time, please don’t drink and drive.
The Hansen Ohana wants to wish everyone a Happy Mothers Day! Today is a great day to show that special mother in your life some extra attention! There are many brunches and entertainment going on in Maui.
The Westin Maui has a special Mothers Day Luau Show. Held oceanfront at the Aloha Pavilion selections include chicken, sirloin, and mahi plus delicious desserts! Mothers day spa packages are also available.
The Wailea Resort brunch available from 11 am to 3 pm has a special Keiki Korner, a Seafoood Bar, and sushi! Quite the elaborate spread!
Maui Spa Retreat has a variety of a la carte treatments as well as messages, spa treatments and wraps. A wonderfully relaxing experience in Upcountry!
Flowers are always a good way to bring a smile to someone special. Haleakala Florist has a beautiful array of flower arrangements just for Mothers Day!
The 41st annual Seabury Craft Fair is this Saturday May 10th from 9 am to 4 pm. An annual tradition held each year before Mother’s day. Enjoy good food, live entertainment, and arts and crafts from over 100 local artist. All proceed benefit the Seabury Hall Financial Aide program. Admission is $5, children 12 and under are fee. Come enjoy a wonderful Saturday in beautiful Upcountry. For more information regarding the event, visit the Seabury Hall website here.
Over $305 million in funds is being released for improvements to the roadway and also for rental car facility at the Kahului Airport. The new Consolidated Car Rental Facility will be more convenient for travels and help with traffic congestion at the airport. Other improvements expected at the site include a people mover system, customer service building, roadway connections to and from the terminal, and employee parking spaces. The improvements should bring in a boost to the economy and well as more jobs. You can read the article via MauiNow here.
The very first Lei Day was held May 1, 1927. This now annual event is celebrated across the islands with music, food, and festivals taking place. Each island has a different type of lei that is worn for the celebration. Maui celebrates with the lokelani Lei. A light pink sweetly scented flower.
Here on Maui, the celebration will continue through Friday with a concert by Brothers Cazimero at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center. This is a May Lei Day annual tradition. Concert time is 7:30 pm.
Have fun today celebrating the true Aloha spirit of the lei!