This Thursday October 18th from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm, Kohola Brewery will be holding a tasting benefit for Maui Ocean Center Marine Institute and Hui O Wa’a Kaulua. Event will be held at the Maui Ocean Center in Wailuku.
Ticket prices include six different Kohola craft beers, a souvenir glass, live entertainment, coral feeding station, sea turtle exploration station, diving presentation, celestial navigation, and a beer inspired menu at Reef Cafe. Food items will also be on hand for purchase.
More information and to purchase tickets available here. Please drink responsibly.
Makawao History Museum will be hosting guided tours the first Sunday of every month through December. If after the three-month trial the tours become popular, the museum may keep them.
The tours will give participants a feel of what Makawao was like during the 1920’s-1940’s. Makawao was the center of social life for the farmers and plantation workers. Movies were only 10 cents, and friends would gather at the local barber shop for haircuts and games.
Although the buildings are now boutique shops, art galleries and restaurants, the original architectural style that makes the town so unique remains. The tours are free, however a $5 donation is suggested. Next tours will be at 10 am November 4th and December 2nd!
The Maui Fair starts tomorrow Thursday, October 4th and will run through Sunday, October 7th. This year’s fair theme is “Celebrating The Good Ol’ Days”. The fair is held at the War Memorial Complex.
The fair parade will begin at UH Maui tomorrow at 4:30 pm and end at the War Memorial Stadium. Some events to expect this year include Livestock Exhibits, Chili Contest, Baby of the Year, Karaoke, and a Breakdance Competition. Everyone loves the food at the fair, and keiki will love the rides this year!
Fair hours are Thursday 5:00 pm to 11:00 pm, Friday 5:00 pm to midnight, Saturday 10:00 am to midnight, and Sunday 10:00 am to 11:00 pm. This is a great weekend of fun that also contributes to 60 nonprofit and community groups.
Happening Saturday, October 6th at 9:00 am on Moloka’i in Kaunakakai Town the Festivals of Aloha Parade. This parade features pa’u riders on horseback and floats with exotic flowers. In case you don’t know, pa’u riders are female riders that ride in long colorful skirts. The parade is scheduled to run approximately 2 hours.
Ho’olaule’a follows the parade at the Mitchell Pauole Center. Hawaiian artists, food booths, crafts, games and entertainment for everyone! Lots of local traditional Hawaiian displays will also be on hand. Plus special off island entertainment. Don’t miss it!
Are you looking for a group to run or walk with? Valley Isle Road Runners offers group running or walking two days a week on Sunday mornings and Wednesday evenings. Sunday morning runs take place in various locations. Wednesday evening runs begin at the Kihei Aquatic Center.
All abilities and skill levels are welcome! You set your own pace and decide the distance you which to run with alternate route options available to fit your level. The goal of the group is to support and encourage a healthy and active lifestyle.
To join one or both groups is free! Contact information for each is available on the Valley Isle Road Runners website here.