“I guess because Halloween is on a Friday this year, rather than Thursday last year, we can look forward to a big crowd because they’re not going to have to go back to work the next day. Saturday is a day off, so it should be really fun,” said Mayor Arakawa.
If traditional trick-or-treating is too tame for your taste, you may want to try the cult classic “Rocky Horror Picture Show” and Halloween Party (strictly for the 21-and-over crowd), happening tonight at Maui Arts & Cultural Center.
Kula resident Richard Dancil today said he planned to file a motion for reconsideration this morning seeking a stay of the event. The filing comes on the heels of an order denying Dancil’s appeal and request for an injunction.