Makawao Town Party is tomorrow, Friday August 17th! This free event will take place from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm along Baldwin Ave.
This is a great opportunity to check out the local merchants and services available in Makawao. The theme for this Friday is Dance All Night. There will be food, drinks, an art show, shopping, live music, and a keiki zone with a magic show!
Come out and end the work week with some fun, good food, and dancing!
Tomorrow Thursday August 2nd at the Castle Theatre starting at 7:30 pm will be the premiere of North of Nightfall. Take a journey high into the Arctic Circle and follow along as four men mountain bike and explore the unknown land that flourishes during the summer after remaining hidden underneath from nine months of winter.
This event is free! Preregistration is suggested to guarantee a seat. You can preregister via the North of Nightfall Facebook page here.
Starting today Monday, July 30th and concluding Thursday, August 2nd is the 43rd Annual Hawaii State Senior Softball Tournament. Fields in use for the tournament include War Memorial Complex, Keopuolani Park, and Papohaku Park.
Divisions run from Division “A” to Division “F”. You can view the schedule which includes fields, divisions, and game times via the Maui Senior Softball Website here. Play Ball!
Brackets were revealed yesterday for the November 19th through November 21st 35th annual Maui Jim Maui Invitational tournament. Games are played at the Lahaina Civic Center. Many coaches feel this tournament sets the tone for the season. All games are expected to be televised on various ESPN networks.
This years teams are considered possibly the hardest competition yet. They include Arizona, Auburn, Duke, Gonzaga, Illinois, Iowa State, San Diego State, and Xavier. Those teams that have participated in past Maui Jim Invitationals have gone on to win 67 of the 78 NCAA Division 1 Basketball Championships.
Tickets are expected to go on sale August 8th. For more information on the tournament including tickets and brackets, visit the Maui Invitational webpage here.
Kuaola is this month’s musical guest for Hawaiian Music Series. This Thursday, July 26th they will be performing from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm on the front lawn of the Baldwin Home Museum located at the corner of Dickenson and Front Streets.
The Kuaola trio have been playing together since 2016. Members are Kalani Librando-Souza, Nalu Robinson, and Shem (Kema) Kahawaii. They perform regularly at the Queen Ka’ahumanu center as well as at community events and festivals.
This event is sponsored by the Hawaii Tourism Authority and the County of Maui Office of Economic Development. Your attendance and support is greatly appreciated!