On Friday, March 24th, at the A & B Amphitheater Bonnie Raitt will be performing. Gates will open at 5:00 pm with the show scheduled to begin at 7:00 pm. Her latest album Dig In Deep is her 20th successful album. Named by Rolling Stone magazine as one of the greatest singers of all time, Raitt has 10 Grammy awards to help prove it! Special guests California Honeydrops will be opening the show. Ticket pricing varies. More information available here.
From 9:00 am to 6:00 pm on Saturday, March 25th, Come support the language immersion preschool in Wailuku at the Ho’omau 2017. This cultural music event will benefit Punana Leo o Maui. Other immersion programs throughout the island will also benefit. Some of the best musicians in Hawaii will be performing. Live auction, food, crafts, children activities and various demonstrations will be taking place throughout the day. The Maui Nui Botanical Gardens website has more information on this event.
Also on Saturday between 7:00 am and 1:00 pm the Hale Makua Kahului Car Wash Fundraiser will be taking place at 472 Maulana St. Kahului. Proceeds benefit the 2017 Visitor Industry Charity Walk. $10.00 per vehicle for a car wash. Food and baked goods will also be available for purchase. Hale Makua has more information on their services available here.
New Owner Hoku Nui Maui, plans to revamp Makawao Steak House into a farm-to-table restaurant. The plan would be to use only grown meat and produce provided by the 258 acre “regenerative farming community”.
The company has already put in for a liquor license as well as for having live music at the restaurant. During the transition, new items are planned to slowly be added to the menu later in the year. The farm plans to add a number of new crops including fruits and vegetables. These items will eventually supply Makawao Steak House with farm fresh produce. The restaurant’s plan is to serve what it can grow.
To read the entire article, visit the Maui News here.
On Friday March 10th Reid Jamison Band will be performing at the Maui Coffee Attic. Located at 59 Kanoa St. in Wailuku from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm. This will be the Maui Release of Dear Leonard: The Cohen Collection. Reservations and ticket purchases in advance available via the Reid Jamieson web page here.
This Saturday March 11th from 8:30 am to 10:30 am Lipoa Street Farmer’s Market will be taking place. This reoccurring event takes place each week and features 100% Organic Maui Produce. Produce from such farms as Coca Farms, Okamura Farms, Kiamanu Farms, and many others. Fresh Kombucha and Maui Honey will also be available! Lipoa Street Farmer’s Market Facebook page has more information on this event.
Also taking place on Saturday March 11th, Maui Chef’s Table on the grounds of the Maui Tropical Plantation. Each dish is made from scratch. Enjoy the unique seven course food experience! Guests are encouraged to interact with one another as well as the chefs. Beer, wine, and specialty cocktails will be available for purchase throughout the event. More information as well as ticket purchase available here.
Friday’s weekly town party will take place this Friday February 10th in Lahaina from 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm! Come enjoy local art along with complimentary refreshments. Concerts in Campbell Park by Maui Jam from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm and by Arlie Asiu from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Lots of restaurant specials Friday night as well. View participating restaurants and more information for Friday nights event via the Maui Fridays website.
The First Annual Pickleball Tournament will be this Saturday February 11 with the clinic starting at 8:45 am. Tournament registration to begin at 10:45 am and tournament start time is scheduled for 11:00 am. This event, hosted by the Maui County Parks and Recreation Department, will provide paddles for participants who don’t have one. More information including participant waivers available here.
Casanova’s in Makawao is hosting Upcountry Sundays Acoustic Style presented by Mana’o Radio this Sunday from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm. Featured artist include Matt Del Olmo Band, Xander Hitzig, and Thomas Earl. Cost is $7.00 at the door. Proceeds to benefit Mana’o Radio. Event information available via the Mana’o Radio website here.
Starting today, February 1st, if your planning to enter Haleakala National Park and watch the sunrise your going to need a reservation. Reservation can be made up to sixty days in advance. A car entrance fee of $1.50 applies. You can make your sunrise viewing reservation on the Recreation.gov website here.