This Friday, June 21st, Na Palapalai will be celebrating their reunion with a music and hula celebration. No tickets necessary for this free event!
Those planning to attend should bring mats, blankets, and/or low back chairs for lawn sitting. Seats will be available for kunpuna. Na Palapalai merchandise will be available for purchase including shirts, CDs, and jewelry!
Food and beverages also available to purchase from food trucks such as Three’s Bar & Grill, Kalei’s Lunch Wagon, Just Put In, and Tutti Frutti.
Show time is scheduled for 7:00 pm with gates opening at 6:00 pm. Bring family and friends to a fun musical evening!
Starting on Thursday September 24th and running through Sunday September 27th is the 93rd annual Maui Fair. The Maui Fair will be held at the War Memorial Complex in Wailuku. This “Timeless Tradition” started in 1916 and is considered a must do event! The Maui Fair will kick off on Thursday with its traditional parade that happens to be the largest parade in Maui. The entire weekend will be filled with fun entertainment, rides, food, and more. For information on the fair including ticket information and the fair schedule, visit the Maui Fair website here.
Saturday September 26th The First Tee Hawaii’s Family Golf Day at The Dunes at Maui Lani will be happening from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm. Golf activities for the entire family will be available. Games and activities for kids along with food and refreshments! Golf lessons will be available from on site professionals. Admission is free! The First Tee Organization site has more information for this event.
The Emma Farden Sharpe Hula Festival is this Sunday September 27th from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm in Lahaina at the Lahaina Banyan Tree. “Aunty Emma” had made it her mission to preserve the cultural tradition of hula serving on many boards and creating numerous events. Activities, lei making, and hula dancing will be taking place throughout the day. The Emma Farden Sharpe Hula Festival Facebook page is viewable here to keep you up to date with this event.
We hope the remainder of your week is wonderful and that you have a fabulous weekend!
Maui has lots of fun events and activities available! Here are a few options that you may wish to explore this weekend.
At Whalers Village in Lahaina, free Polynesian and Tahitian Dance Shows are available every Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday evenings from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Hula Lessons as well as Cultural Hula Lessons are available on varies days and times. All ages are welcome! Checking with Whalers Village Events and Activities is recommended to confirm availability.
January 25th marks the 13th annual “Art of Aloha” at Lahaina Galleries in the Shops of Wailea from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm. Over 11 artists from around the globe will be featured. Rsvp’s are appreciated. Check Lahaina Galleries site for more information including those artists being showcased.
Also on the 25th, the music of Rodgers & Hammerstein presented by Maui Pops at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center. Many familiar and popular songs will be the featured music. Ticket prices vary. Maui Arts & Cultural Center has information on the event including ticket pricing.
If your planning a trip to the beach this weekend, or wishing you could make it to the beach, make sure to check out the live video stream of our very own beach cam! Located on Charley Young Beach, it’s the most accurate way to see the weather at the beach!
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