Coming Up, Your Weekend Events!

Friday Town Party this Friday September 29th from 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm in Lanai. Roundtrip ferry rides between Lahaina Harbor and Manele Harbor will be available. Live music, food, drinks, prizes and more! There is expected to be over 30 vendors, and food booths will be set up along Dole Park. The Maui Fridays website has information for Lanai Fifth Friday.

Happening now through September 30th, the Chinese Moon Festival is taking place along Front Street.  This week long event is free! A box of 4 moon cakes is $25.00. Flavors include red bean, white lotus, taro, and 5 nuts with egg yolk. Cultural activities like calligraphy and knot tying along with tea and traditional music that the whole family can enjoy. You can view the schedule of events here.

Also on Saturday September 30th, Damian Marley & J Boog will be performing at the A&B Amphitheater with gates opening at 5:00 pm. Show is scheduled to start at 6:00 pm. Food will be available for purchase as well as drinks including beer and wine. General pricing and VIP ticket pricing available. Parking will be available in the MACC lot and the UHMC lot. The Maui Arts website has all the information on this event.

Enjoy the remainder of your week and weekend!

Lanai

With so many new developments in the works, it’s no wonder people are getting excited about Lanai.  Billionaire Larry Ellison’s plans for Pulama Lanai could almost double the island population in the next two decades.  Along with the approximate 100 room resort,  new plans would extend residential area, include a possible new airport runway, new roads, and plenty of parks to enjoy.

Lanai offers a variety of activities as well as places of historical value.  Hiking up Koloiki Trail offers a breathtaking view of Molokai.  This hike is roughly 5 miles long so be sure to bring plenty of water as well as snacks.  Weather most likely will be cooler, a light jacket or sweatshirt may be necessary.

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Hulopoe Beach is a great beach to relax and enjoy the water or take advantage of the reefs and go snorkeling.  Picnic tables as well as restrooms are available at the beach.  Be sure to look for Sweetheart Rock to the east of the beach.  The rock, known as Puu Pehe is a true landmark of Lanai.

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Lanai’s 5th Friday is happening tomorrow!  5th Friday is a great way to meet local businesses and get to know and participate in the local community!  Event takes place at Dole Park from 5:30pm to 8:30 pm.

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Festivities For Fourth of July

4th of July for many is spent with family and friends celebrating with fireworks displays, delicious food, and entertainment.  Front Street in Lahaina has music, Karaoke, event shirts, and fireworks starting at 8:00 pm.  Many front street restaurants will be offering food and drink specials in celebration.

Another fun activity is the annual Lanai Pineapple Festival!  This two-day event runs on Friday July 4th and Saturday July 5th.  If you didn’t get your fill of fireworks you can see them at the festival starting at 9:00 pm on July 5th.  Enjoy games, crafts, food booths, and entertainment.  For those coming from Maui, make sure to check ferry schedules and make reservations if needed.

Going on now through July 11 in Makawao is the Paniolo Country: A Themed Exhibition.  This art exhibition explores the role of the Hawaiian cowboy.  Open from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm.

Starting Thursday July 3rd through Sunday July 6th is the Makawao Rodeo.  Enjoy bull riding, barrel racing, team roping and more!  Saturday is the Paniolo Parade with local celebrities and rodeo royalty!  Free shuttle service to the parade is available from 7:00 am to 9:00 am.

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We hope that everyone has a safe and happy Fourth of July weekend!