The Maui Arts & Cultural Center has announced that Kū Mai Ka Hula (“Hula Appears”) will soon return to their theaters for its eighth year of presenting the professional, prestigious hula competition on Maui.
The event features an evening under the stars with a traditional lūʻau dinner and silent action. Entertainment will be provided by the hula and fire dancers of Tihati Productions who will be performing Te Au Moana “The Ocean Tide.”
Haleakalā Ranch kicks off its 125th anniversary year with a historical exhibit about Upcountry ranching. The year-long exhibit opens on Tuesday, Sept. 3, at the Hui Noʻeau Visual Arts Center on Baldwin Avenue in Makawao. Admission is free.