This weekend’s Si’a Le Afi – “Ignite The Fire” – at the Wailea Beach Marriott was a two day event narrowing eight fireknife dancers down to just one.
Once again the weekend is upon us, offering everything from gospel music to vodka distillery tours. It’s super random, and it’s all waiting for you!
Hollywood Arms, opening Friday at the Iao Theater, tells the story of Carol Burnett’s childhood beginning at age 12 through being on the verge of stardom at 22.
Mother’s Day is just around the corner, but Maui-based procrastinators know that the annual Seabury Hall craft fair has them covered.
The Lahaina banyan tree turns 140 on Wednesday. Shopping for trees in their second century can be challenging. We offer some birthday gift ideas.
The event is free and features a farmers market, poi pounding, arts and crafts, music and hula.
Buckle up, kiddos, because there are lots of interesting opportunities and events coming your way in the next 72 hours, many of them free.
Art Maui 2013 will be awarding three $2,000 college scholarships to local senior high school art students this Saturday, April 20.
The Fifth Annual Maui Hawaiian Steel Guitar Festival will be taking place this Friday through Sunday, April 19-21 at Ka’anapali Beach Hotel.
This weekend starts with James Taylor, closes with the MayJah RayJah, and has a soft creamy filling of food, art, and whatnot in the middle.
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