There are plenty of opportunities to see Maui’s clear night sky come ablaze with colorful firework displays and more this US Independence Day.
The event, titled “Maui Pride,” begins at 6:15 p.m. on July 6, featuring entertainment by Na Hoku Hanohano award winner Willie K., who will rock Market Street with a live concert.
A large crowd of Lana’i’s visitors and residents came to Lana’i City’s Dole Park on Saturday, June 30, in the spirit of the island’s historic pineapple plantation era.
Highlights from this weekend’s Maui Nui events round-up include Mike Epps at the MACC, a 1940s Hollywood Swing Canteen, and the seasonal Lana’i Pineapple Festival.
Tickets go on sale Friday, July 6 for an upcoming international hula competition,” Ku Mai Ka Hula 2012″ in the MACC’s McCoy Studio Theater on Saturday, September 8 from 1 to 6 p.m.
Highlight events this weekend on Maui include a three-day Jazz and Blues Fest, The Grouch & Eligh hip-hop show at Casanova’s, and a free Kī Hō‘alu Guitar Festival at the MACC.
On Thursday, June 28 at 6 p.m. Maui Arts & Cultural Center presents the first of four free episode screenings of the PBS program, Art in the Twenty-First Century (Art21).
Maui Now’s gifts and activities suggestions for this Father’s Day – Sunday, June 17.
This weekend there’s plenty of activity on Maui’s south side as good island sons and daughters scrounge up last-minute gifts for Dad.
The island is buzzing with excitement for the 13th Annual Maui Film Festival which starts tonight – Wednesday, June 13 in south Maui at Wailea Beach Marriott Resort (Celestial Cinema) and the MACC’s Castle Theater.
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