COVID-19: List of What’s Canceled, Closed or Postponed on MauiMarch 14, 2020, 8:30 AM HST · Updated May 5, 8:03 AM 8 Comments
Maui businesses, organizations and services are taking preventative measures amid growing efforts to stem the spread of the coronavirus.
Here is a running list of services, events and locations that are closed, canceled or postponed.
[The Maui Now news team will continue to update this list, so check back for changes.]
- Maui County Public Facilities, closed for 30 days starting March 14.
- County of Maui offices, closed to the public, starting Monday, March 23.
- County parks including beach parks are closed.
- Golf courses – may conduct grounds maintenance but no play.
- Hawai‘i correctional facilities inmate personal visits, suspended until further notice.
- Kahului Saturday swap meet, canceled beginning March 21.
- Hawaiʻi State Public Library System programs and events (HSPLS), canceled beginning March 16.
- The Hawaiʻi State Judiciary will limit access beginning March 16.
- Maui youth centers/clubs and select Kaunoa Senior Services’ programs temporarily closed.
- The Division of Motor Vehicles and Licensing (DMV) will begin restricting the amount of customers that enter its office to no more than 10 people, effective March 17.
- Haleakalā National Park, closed as of March 21, includes Kīpahulu and Summit Districts.
- Hawaiian Electric suspends disconnections for 30 Days.
- Mayor Michael Victorino announced a number of Public Health Emergency Rules effective as of 7:45 a.m. Friday, March 20, 2020.
- DLNR: All Commercial Ocean & Trail Tours Now Closed
- State courthouses closed to the public, except for official court business, from March 23 to April 30, 2020.
- Hawai‘i public schools closed, traditional instruction suspended through April 30. Online and instruction packets currently under development.
- The University of Hawaiʻi moves classes online after spring break, effective March 23.
- The Hawaiʻi Department of Education (HIDOE) is canceling all school and department-related travel to the US mainland and international destinations until the end of the 2019-2020 school year.
- UH Mānoa spring admission event at King Kamehameha Golf Club, originally scheduled March 29, suspended.
- Sacred Hearts School annual Bazaar, originally scheduled for April 3-4, postponed until further notice.
- Kamehameha Schools (KS) campuses and preschools to begin distance learning after spring break.
- HIDOE will close its offices except for essential functions effective March 19.
- HIDOE employees to begin remote work on March 19.
- Seabury Hall will roll out its distance learning program on April 1.
- Kihei Charter School has postponed its annual Hawaiian lūʻau originally scheduled for March 28, tentatively postponed to May 2.
- University of Hawai‘i commencement ceremonies canceled.
CONCERTS AND PERFORMANCES
Maui Arts & Cultural Center (MACC) has postponed all public programming until further notice.
MACC, modified operating hours, effective March 24, the box office will be open from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday until further notice.
The Shops at Wailea will be cutting its hours of operation starting Tuesday, March 18, all community events are canceled.
Maui Academy of Performing Arts, all educational programming including classes and camps are postponed, new date TBA.
Hana Arts, all youth programs and Art Barn classes are paused until April 1, all public events are postponed.
- Maui Matsuri Festival, originally scheduled for May 2020.
- Derek Warfield, originally scheduled April 5.
- Allman Betts Band, originally scheduled April 17.
- Maui Choral Arts, originally scheduled April 19.
- School band concerts (Maui High, Lahainaluna, King Kekaulike), temporarily canceled.
- Arts education events (teacher workshops, CanDo! Days), temporarily canceled.
- Diana Ross Hawai‘i Concert, originally scheduled May 10-11.
- Concerts at The Shops ft. Makana, originally scheduled March 18, canceled.
- Joan Osborne concert, originally scheduled March 22, canceled.
- PAW Patrol LIVE!“The Great Pirate Adventure”, previously scheduled June 12-14, canceled.
- Reggae in the Valley music festival, was scheduled for April 4, postponed TBA.
- Artist 2 Artist: Henry Kapono & Paula Fuga, originally scheduled March 13, postponed to May 29, 2020.
- Jake Shimabukuro, originally scheduled March 14, postponed to May 23, 2020.
- 33rd Annual Hoʻomau, originally scheduled March 28, postponed to June 27, 2020.
- Daryl Hall and John Oates Maui Concert, originally scheduled March 29, postponed to Oct. 21, 2020.
- Starr Kalāhiki, originally scheduled March 21, new date TBA.
- Simrit Live on Maui, originally scheduled March 22, canceled, postponed to March 21, 2021.
- Lucky Plush “Rink Life”, originally scheduled March 26, new date TBA.
- Proof of Loyalty, originally scheduled March 29, postponed to June 26, 2020.
- Kendall Dean, originally scheduled April 3, possible new date TBA.
- Meshell Ndegeocello, originally scheduled April 9, new date TBA.
- Artist 2 Artist: Henry Kapono & Keola Beamer, originally scheduled April 10, new date TBA.
- The Princess & The Tease, originally scheduled April 3-4, new date TBA.
- ʻHome From the Grammysʻ Benefit Concert, originally scheduled March 28, new date TBA.
- Carmen Hulu Lindsey Leo Ha’iha’i Falsetto Contest, originally scheduled April 10, new date TBA.
Lahaina Restoration Foundation is closing its staffed museums and canceling its events and classes from March 16 until further notice.
Maui Ocean Center is closing its doors to the public, effective March 18 until the end of May 2020.
The Maui Family YMCA (the Y) is closing its doors effective March 20 at 8 p.m. until further notice. The Y will continue to provide limited childcare for healthcare workers, first responders and “essential” employees protecting the community.
Old Lahaina Lūʻau is temporarily closing its lūʻau event starting March 18.
The Rt. Reverend Robert L. Fiztpatrick, Diocesan Bishop of Hawaii, has extended the suspension of all public worship and gatherings for Maui’s Episcopal churches (Good Shepherd-Wailuku, Holy Innocents-Lahaina, St. John’s-Kula, and Trinity by the Sea-Kihei) through at least April 30.
- Maui Friday Town Parties, canceled until further notice.
- Valley Isle Keiki Fest, originally scheduled April 11.
- Maui ‘Ukulele Lending Program Launch Event, canceled until further notice.
- Picnic for Poki, the March edition, originally scheduled for March 19.
- Maui Sunday Market, canceled until further notice.
- Lahaina Heritage Museum Guided Tours on Tuesdays/Thursdays, canceled until further notice.
- Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce “Talk Story,” originally scheduled April 14, canceled until further notice.
- Mālama Maui Nui’s March Go Green event, originally scheduled March 21.
- Hawaii Army National Guard reunion, originally scheduled for May 9 at Hale Nanea.\
- Maui County Farm Bureau Annual Field Trip, originally scheduled April 16 to 17.
- Maui’s St. Joseph Feast, originally scheduled May 1-3, postponed.
- Bozich Center Opening Celebration featuring Shin Lim, originally scheduled March 28, postponed to September 12, 2020.
- Starry Night Cinema, originally scheduled April 10, new date TBA.
- Maui Youth Rodeo Organizationʻs 5th Annual Spring Spectacular, originally scheduled March 28, postponed to Aug. 8.
- East Maui Taro Festival, originally scheduled April 25, new date TBA.
- Imua Family Services Annual Gala fundraiser, originally scheduled for April 4, postponed to Aug. 29.
- Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa, Aipono Winemaker’s Dinner, originally scheduled March 27, new date TBA.
- Atlantis Adventures submarine and cruise tours, postponed through April 1.
- The Maui Filipino Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Scholarship Golf Tournament, originally scheduled for March 28m, postponed to July 11.
- 51st Annual Barrio Fiesta sponsored by Binhi at Ani which was scheduled for May 22 and 23 is postponed to September 4 and 5. *Note: The Binhi at Ani Filipino Community Center in Kahului was closed as of March 16 and will remain closed until further notice.
- Maui Interscholastic League (MIL), all interscholastic competition will be suspended indefinitely.
- World Surf League (WSL), all events and levels of competition will be postponed or canceled through the end of May.
- HHSAA directive places moratorium on practices effective immediately.
Food and Dining
- Lineage, dining area closed, takeout only.
- Moku Roots, pre-prepped meals and curbside delivery.
- A Saigon Café, limited dining service, to-go service only, until further notice.
- Longhi’s Wailea, takeout orders and curbside pickup available beginning March 20 by calling the restaurant, open daily for breakfast from 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., lunch 11:45 a.m. to 4:45pm and dinner 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Delivery will soon be available via Door Dash.
- Honolulu Coffee, takeout only, open daily from 6:30 a.m. to 12 p.m.
- Ruth’s Chris, offering 25% off takeout orders of more than $75 when you order by calling the restaurant, offer valid through May 11.
- Walmart, adjusted hours, special kūpuna shopping hour on Tuesdays from 6 a.m. to 7 a.m., from March 24 – April 28.
- Foodland announces special shopping days and times for seniors, beginning March 19 – 31.
- Teddy’s Bigger Burgers, takeout only, normal hours, call the restaurant to place orders.
- Marco’s Grill & Deli, takeout and curbside delivery, order by calling the restaurant.
- SixtyTwo MarcKet, takeout and curbside pickup, for all menu items and “Ready to Heat” microwaveable meals.
- The Pioneer Inn, takeout service, daily from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily, order by calling the restaurant.
- Freshies in Makawao has breakfast and lunch takeout to your car, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., Tuesday to Sunday.
- FOND Maui, Napili Plaza, takeout service, daily from 8 a.m. to 7:30 p.m., meal subscription available Monday, March 23.
- Bad Ass Coffee of Maui, takeout service, daily from 6:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. for the Lahaina location and daily from 6:00 a.m. to 2 p.m. for the Honokowai location.
- Hāna Highway from Kaupakalua Road to Hāna Town, local traffic only.
- Piʻilani Highway from ʻUlupalakua to Kīpahulu, restricted access.
- Kahekili Highway from Waiheʻe to Kahakuloa Village, local traffic only.
- Maui FCU Annual Luncheon, originally scheduled March 29.
- Wailea Realty Corp. + Windermere Real Estate annual Economic Summit, originally scheduled March 19.
- Yuki Lei Sugimura Talk Story, originally scheduled March 14,
- Yuki Lei Sugimura Campaign Fundraiser, originally scheduled March 18.
- Valley Isle Community Federal Credit Union, VITA Free Tax Preparation Service, originally scheduled March 21.
- Valley Isle Community Federal Credit Union, annual meeting, originally scheduled April 5.
- Maui’s Fair Housing Training, originally scheduled April 3.
- Maui County Farm Bureau General Membership Meeting, originally scheduled March 18, postponed to April 15, 2020.
- 7th annual Hawai’i Energy Conference, originally scheduled March 18-19.
- Tasha Kama Campaign Fundraiser, originally scheduled March 19, new date TBA.
- Friends of Gil Keith-Agaran Fundraiser, originally scheduled March 24, new date TBA.
- Lahaina Cruise Company/Hawaii Ocean Project, suspended operations for the next 30 days.
- Trilogy Excursions, suspended regular tour operations for two weeks.
- County of Maui Office on Aging annual Outstanding Older Americans Event for Maui County, originally scheduled for May 2020 is postponed with the nomination process delayed until further notice.
- Hale Makua implementing visitor restrictions, starting March 16.
- Whalers Village, limited hours of operation, open from noon to 7 p.m. every day except Sunday.
- Maui Tomorrow Foundationʻs STAND UP! SPEAK UP! Civic Engagement Workshop, scheduled March 21, switched to an online webinar format.
- Maui Humane Society is temporarily closed to the public and is suspending low-priority functions until further notice.
- Hui Noʻeau Visual Arts Center, closed from until further notice.
- Maui Arts & Cultural Center, Art Maui Exhibit, originally scheduled March 8-April 3.
- ProArts Playhouse, all performances, postponed.
- Baldwin Home Museum, closed until further notice.
- Wo Hing Museum and Cookhouse, closed until further notice.
- Hale Paʻi Printing Museum, closed until further notice.
- Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce, all gatherings suspended until further notice.
- Maui Marine Sanctuary, closed until further notice.
- Boys and Girls Clubs of Maui, closed for 30 days.
- Kīhei Youth Center, closed for 30 days.
- Pāʻia Youth and Cultural Center, closed for 30 days.
- Hāna Youth Center, closed for 30 days.
- Molokaʻi Youth Center, closed for 30 days.
- Lānaʻi Youth Center, closed for 30 days.
- Nisei Veterans Memorial Center’s Education Center, closed until further notice.
- Hawaiian Electric will temporarily close its payment centers starting at noon on March 18.
- Fleetwoodʻs on Front St., closed until further notice.
- Hana Farms, closed.
- Kahanu Garden, closed.
- Hana Youth Center, closed.
- Maui County FCU, Effective March 30, new hours to include the following: Kahului branch – closed; Wailuku and Lahaina branches – Monday to Thursday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Previous post: Effective March 21, all Saturday operations are closed until further notice).
- Tommy Bahama
- Cheeseburger Grille and Tap Room
- The Pint & Cork
- Akakū Maui Community Media offices and production facilities, closed to the general public, with staff available by appointment only.
- Slappy cakes, closed until further notice.
- American Savings Bank, Kehalani Foodland: 370 Kehalani Village Dr., closed until further notice.
- Gazebo Restaurant, takeout and dining service are closed until further notice.
- Maui Adult Day Care Centers, all five locations including Hana’s Hale Hulu Mamo, closed until further notice.
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