What’s Happening This Weekend

This Friday August 19th from 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm Maui Calls: Celebrating Vintage Hawaiian Fashion will take place at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center.  Enjoy delicious Maui food paired with premium wines.  This fundraising gala will feature live and silent auctions, live music, and dancing!  This event is a 21 years and older.  To view more information on this event including ticket pricing view the Maui Arts & Cultural Center page here.

Saturday August 20th from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm The Hana Cultural Center presents  A Taste of Hana.  Entrees will be served from some of Hana’s favorite chefs.  Lots of activities for everyone including arts and crafts, a petting zoo, local organic produce, and much more!  This event will take place at the Hana Ranch Store Fairgrounds.  More information available via the Hana Cultural Center.

Free entertainment Sunday at the Queen Kaahumanu Center for Maui Made Sundays.  This event runs from 9:15 am to 5:00 pm.  Maui made products will be showcased and live music throughout the day.  Information for this event as well as vendor applications for those wishing to participate available here.

Enjoy your week and weekend!

Events This Weekend

This Friday, July 8th join Marc Takahe in SpiritDance.  The method of this dance is learning to move from the inside out.  Participants are encouraged to use inner expression in their outer dance.  Located at The Studio Maui, cost to join is only $15.00!  For more information or to register visit The Studio Maui website.

Seth Grabel from the hit television show America’s Got Talent will be performing this Saturday July 9th at the Maui Theatre in Lahaina at 7:00 pm.  Seth is a highly sought after performer who has appeared on such major networks as ABC, Extra, and Bravo.  To purchase tickets visit the Maui Theatre website here.

On Sunday at the Queen Ka’ahumanu Center, Maui Made Sundays will take place from 9:15 am to 5:00 pm.  Come enjoy this free event that includes live music, Polynesian entertainment, and locally made food and products.  The Queen Ka’ahumanu Center website has more information.

Have a great weekend!