Your Weekend Events!

September 1st, from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm, kick off your weekend with Wailuku First Friday. Market Street will be closed to vehicle traffic starting at 5:30 pm. Food will be available from some of Wailuku favorite eateries including Gianotto’s Pizza, 808 On Main, Uptown Chevron and many others! Come and enjoy cooking demonstrations, art gallery opening, live music, and many other fun activities! This is a free family friendly event. The Maui Fridays webpage has all the information regarding this event.

Taking place from Saturday, September 2nd through Monday, September 4th the Potters for Life fundraiser to benefit the Pacific Cancer Foundation will take place at Nalu’s in Kihei. Nalu’s is also a sponsor for this event.  All pottery for the fundraiser is made local on Maui. A variety of demonstrations will take place throughout the weekend.  Please visit the Potters for Life Facebook page here for more information.

On Sunday, September 3rd enjoy the Champagne Brunch at the Ka’anapali Beach Hotel. Brunch will be served from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm and features live entertainment. Food items include waffles, crab legs, pastries, omelets, a carving station, and Hawaiian specialties.  Come enjoy the award-winning brunch that is a favorite of locals and visitors alike! The Ka’anapali Beach Hotel website has more information.

Enjoy the remainder of your week and have a safe Labor Day Weekend!

Cinco De Mayo Celebration

Happy Cinco De Mayo! Come celebrate with Maui First Fridays tonight in Wailuku.  Street closure along market street will begin at 5:30 pm.  This is a free family event!

Besides crafts and delicious food, live entertainment including performances by Tflatz, Nevah Too Late, Leylani, and Dane, Kana, and Lane Trio.  Other features include Classic Cars, art and science for keiki, Get Up & Dance!, just to name a few.

Good eats provided by a number of local Wailuku favorites including Uptown Chevron, Gianotto’s Pizza, 808 on Main, and many others!

We hope you have a fun and safe Cinco De Mayo celebration!

~This Weekends Events~

This Friday January 6th is the first Friday of the New Year in Wailuku Town.  #1 recording artist Josh Tatofi will be debuting his new album!  This free event runs from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm.  Street closure begins at 5:30 pm.  Free parking is available at the Maui Medical Group lot.  Please bring any shoe donations you may have.  “If The Shoe Fits” shoe drive will be collecting donations for Big Brothers, Big Sisters.  Your support is greatly appreciated!  Information for this event available via the Maui Fridays website.

Come by the Maui Humane Society garage sale on Saturday January 7th from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm.  Enjoy great deals on pet supplies and animal related products. Purchase a bag for $5.00 and fill it with as many supplies as possible!  Other items will be priced individually.  All proceeds from this event will benefit the Maui Human Society.  Visit their website for more information on this event and other events here.

Also on Saturday, Las Vegas favorite Rita Rudner will be performing at the McCoy Studio Theater at 7:30 pm.  Her shows have sold over 1.5 million tickets in the past 14 years.  Her show is the longest running solo comedy in the history of Las Vegas. Rudner has been honored with Las Vegas Comedian of The Year honors 9 years in a row.  Pre-concert dining will begin at 5:30 pm.  To view the menu and also more information on ticket pricing, visit the Maui Arts website.

Enjoy the remainder of your week and weekend!

Coming Up This Weekend!

It’s Wailuku Town’s First Friday, this Friday December 2nd from 5:30 pm to 10:00 pm on Market Street in Wailuku.  This Friday there will be a Christmas Parade featuring Santa!  Other special features include a photo booth, art show, live music, crafts and great food!  You can view all the events and guests performing via the Maui Fridays website.

Friday December 2nd and Saturday December 3rd Oregon State hosts the Maui Jim Maui Classic Basketball tournament.  Joining Oregon State will be University of Nevada Las Vegas, University of Idaho, and Brigham Young University. This event will take place at the War Memorial Gymnasium.  Two games will be played each day.  There will also be live entertainment, food trucks, and a slam dunk performance at the end of each day.  Ticket available to purchase at $10.00 a day. All proceeds to benefit local non-profit organizations.  If you would like to become a sponsor, or need more information on this event, visit the basketballMaui website.

On Sunday December 4th, the Grand Wailea will be having their annual tree lighting ceremony.  Enjoy more then 8 miles of lights along the driveway leading to the Grand Wailea.  Beginning at 5:00 pm refreshments will be served and at 5:30 pm the tree lighting ceremony will take place.  You can view the activities available at the Grand Wailea here.

Enjoy the rest of your week and weekend!

This Weekend’s Events

Happening this weekend from Thursday October 6th through Sunday October 9th the 94th Annual Maui Fair! The Maui Fair funds many non-profit and community organizations.  Approximately 100,000 people are expected to attend. Some of the attractions you can expect this year include rides, chili cook off, baby of the year contest, livestock and student art exhibit, and of course the Maui Parade.  The Parade will kick off the fair on Thursday at 4:30 pm beginning at the UH Maui College Campus.  The Maui Fair website has all the information on this years event.

This Friday October 7th is Wailuku Town’s First Friday!  This free event will run from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm with Market Street closing at 5:30 pm.  Enjoy live music, food vendors, jewelry and fashion from local artisans.  Free parking available at Maui Medical Group parking lot.  For more information on this event including vendors and performers attending, visit Maui Fridays website here.

On Saturday October 8th, Montessori School of Maui is hosting its Taste Of Upcountry event from 6:00 pm to 10:00pm.  Amazing Maui chefs will be featured along with cocktails, wine, and both a live and silent auction.  All proceeds for this event will benefit the Montessori School of Maui. These funds will benefit students, teachers, help with maintenance, and tuition assistance for students.  Ticket pricing varies.  More information is available here.

We hope you have a wonderful remainder to your week and a great weekend!