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Beginner and intermediate aerial silk lessons in Haiku at the Cannery. Classes are taught by international performance artist and island girl, SeaFire.
Enjoy free hula shows featuring Halau Hula Malani O Kapehe. Wednesdays & Saturdays 7-7:30 p.m. & 7:30-8 p.m.
Free movie nights under the stars. Bring your blanket or chairs and join us for some family fun! Movies begin 15 minutes after sunset every Tuesday and Thursday.
Learn the art of hula with complimentary hula lessons in the ABC Courtyard at Whalers Village.
Every third Friday, Baldwin Ave & Makawao Ave host a local street fair with music, food, art, and live entertainment in the evening.
Every month Lahaina Arts Society sponsors Fine Art Fairs under the historic Banyan Tree. Our local artists showcase their latest creations of ceramics, original oils, watercolors and acrylics, hand-made jewelry, photographs, baskets, glass sculpture, fine-art giclées and more!
Dive into a multi-course menu every week with dishes inspired by The Mill House Chefs’ personal stories and told through Maui’s seasonal ingredients.
Saturday, August 18, 2018; Yokouchi Pavilion and A&B Amphitheater; 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm Maui Arts & Cultural Center’s signature fundraising gala begins with a fresh flower lei greeting and Hawaiian music serenade. Guests mix and mingle as they sample delectable creations by chefs from stellar Maui restaurants. Silent and live auctions offer the chance to bid on hundreds of items, from fabulous Hawaii stays to “uniquely Maui” items, like one-of-a-kind Maui adventures, and “uniquely MACC” items, like autographed music…
Kā'anapali Beach Hotel’s legendary Sunday Champagne Brunch is a Maui favorite, beloved by visitors and kamaʻāina (residents) alike.
Enjoy a special Sunday afternoon performance at Casanova by Soul Kitchen Maui, winners of Maui Time Weekly Best Band of 2017—bring your dancing shoes!
This popular event features island vendors; entertainment; food trucks; and activities showcasing Hawaiian Cultural traditions and practices.
Learn to play the ukulele at this free weekly event at Whaler's Village.
Experience the excitement of authentic Hawaiian Lūʻau! Bringing the legends of Kāʻanapali and Polynesia to life through authentic music, hula and cuisine.
Yoga for beginners and advanced practitioners, Restorative yoga is an approach perfect for people with active lifestyles. This meditative practice allows you to release deep tension in a gentle and effective way, without strain or discomfort.
Market at The Shops welcomes shoppers seeking locally produced goods by local farmers, specialty food providers and artisans. The Market will be held on the Ground Floor and will take place on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of every month from 4-6 p.m.
Every Fourth Friday of the month, stop by the Azeka Shopping Center for an exciting community street fair featuring live musicians, fantastic local food, and south Maui's best shopping deals.
Friday, August 24, 2018; McCoy Studio Theater; 7:00 pm In this special Green Room presentation from the Merwin Conservancy, artist and author Susan Middleton will share portraits of rare Hawaiian flora and fauna, highlighting W.S. Merwin’s eloquent foreword to the book, “Remains of a Rainbow,” followed by a look at the wondrous realm of marine invertebrates, “the little things that run the world,” from her book, “Spineless.” The presentation will be followed by an intimate Q&A with the audience and book signing…
MAPA LIVE brings the enchanting tale of Into the Woods to the Maui stage! Based on the Tony Award-winning book and score by James Lapine and Stephen Sondheim, this rare modern classic weaves favorite storybook characters in a timeless and magical tale where all the characters face grownup problems.
This year’s event celebrates the achievements of our students in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM). Guests can bid on over 150 items during the auctions.
At its core, obon is a time to honor the deceased. Graves are cleaned and prayers are said — but it is not a somber occasion. The Technicolor festival is marked by vibrant kimono, bright lanterns, and booming taiko drums that awaken and welcome ancestors back to this world.
The evening features and epic lineup of Hawai‘i’s top entertainers: Kalapana, Jerry Santos of Olomana, Keola Beamer, Na Leo Pilimehana, John Cruz, Brother Noland, Robi Kahakalau, Alx Kawakami, Blayne Asing, Josh Tatofi, Kalani Pe`a, Kimie Miner, Landon McNamara, Mike Love, Paula Fuga, and Starr Kalahiki.
Relax under the shade trees of the Baldwin Home Museum at the corner of Dickenson and Front Streets in Lahaina for a FREE Hawaiian music concert on the last Thursday of each month.
Introduction to modular origami and folding polyhedra to learn a little bit of 3D geometry. Make some cool shapes to play with!
In this workshop, Dr. Robert J. Lang, origami artist, author, and lecturer, will explore wet-folding techniques that were developed in the latter part of the 20th century that added life and natural form to origami.
Jazz Maui presents First Sunday Jazz concerts as part of its annual East Meets West Festival and Queen Ka'ahumanu Center's Maui Made Sundays.
Addressing issues related to work posture and the stresses of the technologically inclined, this two hour course will incorporate self-massage and exercises to relieve pain and tension in the upper body.
PRINT CALENDAR DUE DATES
September/October: July 13, 2018
November/December: September 14, 2018
January/February: November 13, 2018
March/April: January 14, 2019
May/June: March 15, 2019
July/August: May 13, 2019
September/October: July 15, 2019
November/December: September 13, 2019