Lāna`i Fifth Friday Festivities Announced

November 29, 2018, 7:44 AM HST · Updated November 29, 7:44 AM

Lāna`i Fifth Friday takes place this Friday, Nov. 30, in Dole Park from 5:30 p,m. to 8:30 p.m.  Maui County residents and visitors alike are encouraged to come out and support Lāna`i businesses by attending the fun-filled party this Friday in Lāna`i City.

The Friday Town Party event will feature over 25 vendors and participants set up around Dole Park, including food booths and restaurants serving up local favorites, as well as several music and entertainment venues.

During the event, local businesses displaying the Lāna`i Fifth Friday logo will offer discounts and specials.  Shoppers should save their receipts to receive a free waterproof Lāna`i bag or tee shirt with total purchases of $100 or more at participating merchants, or buy the bag for $5 with purchases totaling $50 or more.  Receipts can be turned in at the Chamber booth.

For those coming from Maui to experience Lāna`i Fifth Friday, the Chamber has teamed up with Expeditions Ferry to provide a special complementary late-night return ferry.  Guests wanting to take advantage of this special should call Expeditions at (808) 695-2624, in advance, to purchase their Maui to Lāna`i one-way ticket, and to reserve a seat on the return ferry, which will depart Manele Harbor at
9:45 pm.


On the evening of the event, those with reserved seats on the late-night ferry should stop by the Chamber booth to pick up their complimentary late-night return ferry ticket and Fifth Friday Stamp
Card. Shuttle service between Manele Harbor and Dole Park, Lāna`i City will be available through Rabaca’s Limousine Service for $10 each way or $20 round trip (cash only).

For more information on Lāna`i Fifth Friday visit www.mauifridays.com/lanai




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