EVENTS IN JUNE

Through Sunday, July 16
PIERO RESTA: ILLUMINATAS
MAUI ARTS & CULTURAL CENTER SCHAEFER INTERNATIONAL GALLERY, KAHULUI

This retrospective exhibition honors an artist whose life’s work was infused with passion and spiritual transcendence within natural and mythological worlds. Piero Resta’s artistic career was immersed in the alchemy of philosophy, science, poetry, and experimentation. The selection of paintings, sculpture, and personal archives on display reveals the axial relationship of his Italian heritage and influences of ancient traditions and architecture, integrated with the primitive vibrant life force of his home in Kaupo, Maui. This exhibition celebrates the legacy left by a man who embraced the world as a celestial navigator and willingly shared his grace for all to discover. Gallery hours are Tuesday-Sunday, 10am-5:00pm, and before Castle Theater shows and during intermission. FREE admission. Info: mauiarts.org.

Through Saturday, July 22
KALUANUI CENTENNIAL 10X10 EXHIBITION
HUI NO‘EAU VISUAL ARTS CENTER, MAKAWAO

When C.W. Dickey designed the historic Kaluanui Estate in 1917 for Harry & Ethel Baldwin, he was one of the most celebrated architects of his time. Now, 100 years later, Kaluanui still stands as one of Maui’s most iconic legacy estates still open to the public. This exhibition challenges artists to create 2D and 3D works within a defined space of 10”x10”x10”. One hundred pieces will be selected for display in this commemorative exhibition. Opening reception May 26 from 5 to 7pm. Gallery hours are daily from 9am to 4pm. FREE. Info: 572-6560; huinoeau.com.

Friday, June 2 – Sunday, June 4
13th annual Wa‘a Kiakahi HAWAIIAN Sailing Canoe ASSOC
KA‘ANAPALI RESORT

The 13th annual Wa‘a Kiakahi will grace Ka‘anapali’s shores from June 2 to 4, welcoming 10 six-member crews from all islands to share with the public the history and proficiency of traditional Hawaiian sailing canoes. Created by the Hawaiian Sailing Canoe Association (HCSA), the three-day event features traditional ceremonies, sailing canoe rides and educational talks about celestial navigation and water skills. HCSA conducts its races in the same mode as ancient Hawaiians: sailors do not make crew changes, and they travel every channel connecting the Hawaiian Islands. Ka‘anapali Beach Resort Association is the title sponsor of the event, and the public is invited to interact with the canoes and sailors on Ka‘anapali Beach. Highlights include: Friday, June 2 at about 3pm Race completion at Ka‘anapali Beach. Arrival of sailing canoes with a traditional Hawaiian welcome ceremony. Saturday, June 3 from 9am – 1pm There will be free sailing canoe rides for all ages, “talk story” opportunities with race team members, and demonstrations between Ka‘anapali Beach Hotel and Sheraton Maui. Sunday, June 4 at 8:45am the race will start from Ka‘anapali Beach. Sailing canoe send-off and traditional Hawaiian farewell ceremony for Mel Paoa Pailolo Race: 10 six-man crews race approximately 27 miles from Ka‘anapali to the island of Moloka‘i For more info visit: http://kaanapaliresort.com/calendar/.

Saturday, June 3-Sunday, June 4
MAUI JIM OCEANFEST
KA‘ANAPALI BEACH

The Maui Jim OceanFest, presented by Maui Jim Sunglasses, is a two-day ocean festival comprised of 10 individual sprint races and 2 co-ed relay races in multi-disciplined events. The races will take place around an established course of buoys in the waters of Ka‘anapali Beach fronting the Ka‘anapali Beach Hotel. Men and women can test their skills in a multitude of individual races, accumulating points over the two days in their respective divisions. This year will again include the team division and medley relays. Each competitor’s individual accrued points over the weekend can also be applied toward their team points that will be tracked throughout the competition. The top three teams will earn prizes, and an Overall Waterman and Water Woman will be crowned after the Waterman Challenge finale race. Info: mauijimoceanfest.com.

Sunday, June 4
TRILOGY EXCURSIONS
BLUE ‘AINA REEF CLEANUP

The Blue‘Aina reef cleanup program will be hosting its next event on Sunday, Junefrom 8:30am to 1pm, departing Lahaina Harbor. Start off with a land-based cleanup of Lahaina Harbor followed by a Trilogy catamaran ride to a nearby reef; location TBD based on weather conditions. Guests should bring their own snorkel gear and sunscreen. Hosted by Trilogy Excursions, the objective of Blue‘Aina is to clean and maintain Maui’s reefs, educate the community, and raise money for nonprofits. Breakfast and lunch provided. Reservations ($30) are required and may be made through sailtrilogy.com/helpmaui.

Tuesday, June 6
TURTLE-RRIFIC TUESDAY
MAUI OCEAN CENTER, MA‘ALAEA

Meet the Hawaiian green sea turtles at Maui Ocean Center! Experience an up-close encounter with the honu during Turtle-rrific Tuesday as veterinarian Dr. Paul McCurdy and aquarists measure, weigh, and examine the turtles during their routine checkup at Nursery Bay. Takes place at 2pm, a fun program for the whole family! Included with Aquarium admission. This activity is appropriate for all ages.

Wednesday, June 7
ARTWALK AT THE SHOPS
THE SHOPS AT WAILEA

Join The Shops for ARTwalk on June 7, from 6 to 8pm, when artists from Hawai‘i and around the world are represented. Featuring originals, limited edition prints, and sculpture. There will be live entertainment by Jimi Canha, who will perform contemporary and traditional Hawaiian music. ARTwalk at The Shops is open to the public, and is a fun complimentary event with a chance to meet fellow art lovers, visitors, residents, and artists, and experience the creativity of some of Hawai‘i’s and the world’s finest artists. 4 hours Special Event Parking validations are available for $5, with a portion of the proceeds benefiting a Maui nonprofit organization.

Thursday, June 8
WORLD OCEANS DAY ART WALK
MAUI OCEAN CENTER, MA‘ALAEA

World Oceans Day is a global celebration recognizing the beauty and wonder of our oceans. Visit Maui Ocean Center for marine life encounters and an ocean-themed art walk through the Aquarium with artwork displayed by local artists. 10am-3pm. Included with Aquarium admission.

Thursday, June 8-Sunday, June 11
36th ANNUAL KAPALUA WINE & FOOD FESTIVAL
KAPALUA RESORT

A collaboration of Kapalua Resort partners is creating a new spin on the longest running food and wine event in the U.S. This celebration of epicurean excellence will convene the finest in food and wine and embrace all things Hawaiian—notably the fabulous culinary bounty on Maui and at the world-renowned Kapalua Resort. Tickets and info: kapaluawineandfoodfestival.com. For more details, please see story on pages 3-5 this issue.

Friday, June 9
Family Friday: Summer Garden Stepping-Stones
HUI NO‘EAU VISUAL ARTS CENTER, MAKAWAO

Bring the whole family to the Hui for a fun & creative Friday night! “Family Friday” workshops are designed to encourage children along with an adult guardian to create artwork together. Create personalized stepping-stones for your garden or patio in this fun, mixed-media workshop. Parents and children will each create a stone using concrete and found objects, such as marbles, sea glass, or shells. Use provided supplies or bring your own from home. From 5-7pm, pre-registration required at huinoeau.com.

Friday, June 9
THE MERWIN CONSERVANCY PUALANI KANAHELE IN THE GREEN ROOM
MAUI ARTS & CULTURAL CENTER MCCOY STUDIO THEATER, KAHULUI

Born in Keaukaha on the Big Island, “Pua” was reared in the traditions of her ancestors, and has been highly influential in the resurgence of Hawaiian practices and interest in all things Hawaiian. Daughters of the late hula and chant master Edith Kanaka‘ole, Pua and her sister Nalani have led the world-renowned classical Hawaiian cultural dance and dance group Halau o Kekuhi. In 1995, Pua cowrote and directed the first opera-length stage hula drama, Holo Mai Pele, based on the Hawaiian literary saga of Pele and Hi‘iaka. She codirected the film version for the PBS’s Great Performance series, whose production won a 2001 CINE Award-Golden Eagle for excellence in film production. Among her many audio books and articles is Puka Kama‘ehu, a compact disc recording nominated in the Hawaiian music category for the 2005 Grammy Awards. The presentation will be followed by an intimate Q&A with the audience and book signing at a courtyard reception with dessert, champagne, book fair, and live musical entertainment. 7pm. Tickets & info: 242-SHOW (7469); mauiarts.org.

Saturday, June 10
DYE-MAKING WORKSHOP WITH LISA & LEI
MAUI NUI BOTANICAL GARDENS, KAHULUI

Participants will learn innovative processing techniques of many Hawaiian plants and other substances to produce traditional natural dyes used on kapa cloth. Lisa Schattenburg-Raymond and Lei Ishikawa will share information on identifying, collecting, preparing dyes, and the use of natural additives to manipulate color. 9am-3pm. Cost: $125, or $100 for current garden members. For more information please call 249-2798 or email  info@mnbg.org for reservations.

Saturday, June 10
ZENSHIK DAIKO’S 18TH ANNUAL TAIKO FESTIVAL CONCERT
MAUI ARTS & CULTURAL CENTER CASTLE THEATER, KAHULUI

Zenshin Daiko’s 18th annual taiko festival concert will start with the 50 members of this impressive Maui group performing some of their favorite pieces and premiering new works written by its members. Since forming in 1999, Zenshin Daiko has performed in over 900 cultural and community events all over Hawai‘i and in California, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Texas, Nevada, and Japan. The second half of the evening will feature On Ensemble from Los Angeles. Established in 2002, On Ensemble is one of the most respected groups in the taiko (Japanese drumming) world. Led by childhood friends Shoji Kameda and Masato (Maz) Baba, On Ensemble is recognized for infusing the powerful rhythms of taiko with a wide range of musical influences from jazz and rock to central Asian overtone singing. Their fearless musical exploration has expanded the artistic range of the taiko and has taken these ancient instruments into new realms. Zenshin Daiko’s taiko festival is a highlight of Maui’s annual June events and not to be missed! 7pm. Tickets & info: 242-SHOW (7469); mauiarts.org.

Sunday, June 11
MAKAPIPI WATERSHED TRAIL HIKE
SIERRA CLUB, MAUI CHAPTER

Varied terrain; ditch trail: Makapipi to Kopili‘ula Stream. Scenic vistas, pools, waterfalls, native plant life. Hike crosses several bridges with no hand rails; not recommended for those sensitive to heights. 4 miles r/t. East Maui Irrigation waiver required (see http://mauisierraclub.org/hikes-service-programs/ for details). Meet 8am at the Ha‘iku Community Center. Limit 18 participants. A $5 donation ($3 for Sierra Club members) is requested of hikers over the age of 14. Register with leader Miranda Camp mauimiranda@hotmail.com or 868-6848.

Monday, June 12 – Wednesday, June 15
Designer’s Studio: Explore Jewelry, Metalsmithing & Silkscreen
HUI NO‘EAU VISUAL ARTS CENTER, MAKAWAO

Students will enjoy a hands-on experience as they learn the process of photo emulsion screen printing from start to finish. During the metalsmithing session, teens will become jewelry designers and learn to make pendants, bracelets, earrings, rings, and small sculpture—or whatever other metal creation they can dream up! Students will learn the foundational elements of metalsmithing that all jewelry professionals know: cutting, drilling, piercing, and soldering metal. For ages 11 and up. From June 12 – 15 / 9:00 am – 4:00 pm (Drop off begins at 8:30 am). Pre-registration required at huinoeau.com.

Wednesday, June 14
CONCERTS AT THE SHOPS FEATURING HOKU ZUTTERMEISTER
THE SHOPS AT WAILEA

The Shops at Wailea are pleased to present Hoku Zuttermeister for Concerts at The Shops on June 14 from 5:30 to 7pm. Born and raised in Kane‘ohe, O‘ahu, Hoku Zuttermeister was brought up with a love for the Hawaiian culture and its music. He has performed with such Hawaiian music greats as Ku‘uipo Kumukahi, Jerry Santos, Sean Na‘auao, Raiatea Helm, Na Palapalai, Mahela Ichinose, Ho‘okena and Side Order Band. Hoku credits all of these influences as the pieces that have come together to form his musical style; a style that he describes as being “Hawaiian, but with a more contemporary flair.” In June 2008, the Hawai‘i Academy of Recording Arts bestowed Hoku’s debut album, “Aina Kupuna,” with 10 Na Hoku Hanohano Award nominations, in which the album won 6. Concerts at The Shops is open to the public, and is a fun complimentary event with a chance to meet fellow music lovers, visitors, residents, and entertainers, and listen to Hawai‘i’s and the world’s finest entertainers. The concert lasts 4 hours, Special Event Parking validations are available for $5, with a portion of the proceeds to benefit Boys and Girls Club of Maui. FREE.

Friday, June 16
PALAUEA/WAILEA 670 CULTURAL SITES-NORTHWEST
SIERRA CLUB, MAUI CHAPTER

Explore walls and ridgelines and mark cultural sites in northwest Wailea 670 preserve. Rugged terrain. 2 miles r/t. Closed shoes/boots, long pants, and good balance a must. Bring water, hiking stick, cameras. Meet 2pm at top of Kaukahi Rd. in Wailea. Limit 15 participants. A $5 donation ($3 for Sierra Club members) is requested of hikers over the age of 14. Register with leader Lucienne de Naie laluz@maui.net or 214-0147.

Friday, June 16-Sunday, July 2
‘RED, WHITE AND TUNA’
PROARTS PLAYHOUSE, KIHEI

Laugh along with the Proarts players in fictional Tuna, Texas, where the Lions Club is too liberal, and Patsy Cline never dies. Featuring William Hubbard and John Williams, who play the entire cast of more than 20 eccentric characters of both genders and various ages. Performances are Friday & Saturday 7:30pm; Sunday 3pm. No performance Sunday, June 18. Tickets & more information please call 463-6550 or visit http://www.proartsmaui.com.

Saturday, June 17
MAMO AT THE MACC: WEARABLE ART SHOW
MAUI ARTS & CULTURAL CENTER YOKOUCHI PAVILION & COURTYARD, KAHULUI

Maui Arts & Cultural Center and the PA‘I Foundation present MAMo at the MACC for the fourth consecutive year. The event, which was launched in Honolulu in 2006, features emcees Vicky Takamine and Robert Cazimero. A component of the Maoli Arts Movement, the wearable art show celebrates Hawaiian design in fabric and clothing—specifically in terms of cultural motif—in a way that makes it more than just a runway fashion show. Many traditional Hawaiian patterns and designs—in kapa and weaving, weaponry and tools, tattoo and adornment—take their visual cues from nature. This fashion event grows in popularity each year, so don’t miss this one-of-a-kind experience! VIP ticket holders get exclusive access to the trunk show before the performance; all other ticket holders are invited to visit the trunk show at the conclusion of the program. 7:30pm. For tickets and more information please call 242-SHOW (7469) or visit the website at http://www.mauiarts.org.

Saturday, June 17-Sunday, June 18
NA KAMEHAMEHA COMMEMORATIVE PA‘U PARADE AND HO‘OLAULE’A
LAHAINA TOWN

This annual celebration honors our ali‘i (royalty). The Kamehameha Parade begins at 9:45am Saturday on Front Street in Lahaina Town. It will start from Kenui Street and proceed south toward Shaw Street. The ho‘olaule‘a will open at 9am at Keawaiki, Lahaina Banyan Tree Park. Festivities will include exhibits, pa‘u awards presentation, food booths, Maui-made crafters, and local entertainment. The festivities are scheduled to last until sunset.

Sunday, June 18
Pizza and Pasta for Papa Father’s Day 25% OFF Specials
MANOLI’S PIZZA COMPANY

Dad, papa, baba, tatay or makua kane all sound different but have a similar meaning: father. This Father’s Day, celebrate your father and the father figures in your lives at Manoli’s Pizza Company with its Father’s Day special: 25% off whole pizzas and pasta dishes all day for dad and the entire family. Manoli’s is a family-style restaurant with open-air views located on the Wailea Blue golf course. Bring dad early or late, Manoli’s is open 11am to midnight with happy hour from 3 to 6pm and 9pm to midnight. For reservations or more information call 808-874-7499 (PIZZA) or visit the website at http://www.manolispizzacompany.com.

Sunday, June 18
MAKENA SHORELINE HIKE
SIERRA CLUB, MAUI CHAPTER

This hike is rated for moderate difficulty. Narrow “fisherman’s trail” in some sections. Please join Sierra Club to help keep public access open; enjoy beautiful views with varying shoreline. 3 miles roundtrip, bring a snack for the end point at Black Sand Beach. Meet at 9am in the public parking lot for Polo Beach. Limited to 15 participants. A $5 donation ($3 for Sierra Club members) is requested of hikers over the age of 14. Please register with leader Rob Weltman by email at: robw@worldspot.com or by calling Rob at 354-0490.

Tuesday, June 20
TURTLE-RRIFIC TUESDAY
MAUI OCEAN CENTER, MA‘ALAEA

Meet the Hawaiian green sea turtles at Maui Ocean Center! Experience an up-close encounter with the honu during Turtle-rrific Tuesday as veterinarian Dr. Paul McCurdy and aquarists measure, weigh, and examine the turtles during their routine checkup at Nursery Bay. 2pm. Included with Aquarium admission. Appropriate for all ages.

Wednesday, June 21-Sunday, June 25
MAUI FILM FESTIVAL
MAUI ARTS & CULTURAL CENTER, KAHULUI, AND WAILEA

Maui Film Festival has made a name for itself with a concentration on life-affirming films. This annual film extravaganza on Maui is filled with outstanding cinema in all its forms! The Festival features a wide array of special events in Wailea, including celebrity tributes and filmmaker panels, as well as screenings at The MACC. Join in for some or all of it! Special events are always a hit! Sned your guests to Taste of Summer on Wednesday, June 21 from 5-7pm; Taste of Chocolate is Friday, June 23 from 10pm – midnight and the amazing Taste of Wailea is Saturday, June 24 from 4:30-7pm. For more information please visit the website at: http://www.mauifilmfestival.com.

Thursday, June 22
JAMES VAN PRAAGH
MAUI ARTS & CULTURAL CENTER MCCOY STUDIO THEATER, KAHULUI

Join renowned medium and spiritual teacher James Van Praagh for an unforgettable Evening of Spirit! James will be a conduit—channeling messages, guidance, and encouragement from loved ones in the spirit world. You’ll leave forever changed—with a fresh new perspective on life and death, a stronger connection to the spirit world, and the comforting awareness that you are not alone. 7pm. Tickets & info: 242-SHOW (7469); mauiarts.org.

Friday, June 23
ʻAipono Wine Dinner at The Mill House
MAUI TROPICAL PLANTATION, WAIKAPU

Explore a distinctive selection of artisan wines created by producers working with small, single-vineyard locations. These vineyards yield wines that are complex, concentrated, and flavorful, a perfect complement to the dinner prepared by Chef Jeff Scheer, who creates some of Maui’s best locally sourced and sustainable dishes. Tickets are $125, plus tax & tip, $25 from each dinner supports UH Maui College’s Culinary Arts Program. Call 270-0333 for reservations.

Saturday, June 24
CYCLE TO THE SUN
PA‘IA TO THE TOP OF HALEAKALA

Participants will ride the longest, steepest paved road on the planet! This year’s race will be either the full distance to the summit (36 miles, 10,000 feet elevation) or a three-person relay. The relay changeover points will be at about 2,700 feet and 6,500 feet. Entries are only taken online; no mail or walk-in entries. Entries must be received by Thursday, June 23. Entries received after June 1 will incur a $25 late fee. Prizes will be awarded to the overall winners (male, female, and relay), and also to the winners of each category. There is a limit of 200 racers. Start time is 6:30am at the Pa‘ia bypass road. Register: bikereg.com.

Saturday, June 24
MAUI HUMANE SOCIETY
FIRST ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENT

The Maui Humane Society will host its first annual golf tournament on Saturday, June 24 at the Wailea Golf Club’s Blue Course. The golf tournament will be a three-person scramble, golfers can register as an individual or, receive a special rate if joining as a team of three. Mercedes Benz of Maui will be offering four “hole in one” contests with prizes to include: a 2017 Mercedes Benz, a Caribbean cruise for two (5 days/4 nights), two round trip tickets to the mainland and an electronics package valued at $2,500. Awards luncheon at Manoli’s Pizza Company following the tournament, hosted by sports anchor Kanoa Leahey. Check-in will begin at 6am, all golfers must be checked in by 6:45am with a shotgun start at 7:15am. 100% of the proceeds will benefit the animals at the Maui Humane Society. For more information please call 877-3680 ext. 219.

Saturday, June 24
MALAMA HAMAKUA DAY (HA‘IKU)
SIERRA CLUB, MAUI CHAPTER

Monthly service outing to remove trash and care for cultural sites on 267 acre County coastal preserve. 4 miles r/t. Bring gloves/hand tools/water/hat/lunch/ sturdy shoes. Meet 9am at Ha‘iku Community Center. Limit 15 participants. A $5 donation ($3 for Sierra Club members) is requested of hikers over the age of 14. Register with leader Lucienne de Naie laluz@maui.net or 214-0147.

Saturday, June 24-Sunday, June 25
RELAY FOR LIFE CENTRAL AND SOUTH MAUI
WAR MEMORIAL SOCCER FIELD, WAILUKU

Relay For Life is the signature fundraising event for the American Cancer Society. Teams made up of family members, friends, and/or co-workers take turns walking around a track or path.  Because cancer never sleeps, each team is asked to have a representative on the track at all times during the overnight event. Celebrate cancer survivors, remember loved ones lost to the disease, and learn more about how to fight back against cancer! Event runs from 6pm-6am. For more information please visit: acsevents.org.

Sunday, June 25
26th ANNUAL KI HO‘ALU GUITAR FESTIVAL
MAUI ARTS & CULTURAL CENTER A&B AMPITHEATER, KAHULUI

Join us for one of Maui’s favorite FREE family events! Some of Hawai‘i’s best slack-key guitar players will perform a full afternoon of melodious Hawaiian music. Artists performing in the festival this year include Kevin & Ikaika Brown, Stephen Inglis, Blayne Asing, Aja Gample, Ho‘okena, George Kuo, George Kahumoku & Friends, Brother Noland, Paul Togioka, Ian O’Sullivan, Kamuela Kahoano, Danny Carvalho, Donald Kaulia, Dwight Kanae, and Wayne Johnson. Ki Ho‘alu, translating literally from the Hawaiian as “loosen the key,” indicating the tuning in slack-key guitar technique, is a musical tradition dating back to 19th century paniolo who played around the campfire after completing a day of ranch work. Slack key has become known as one of the world’s great acoustic guitar methods, especially since the Grammy Awards recognized Hawaiian music as a category all its own. An abundance of relaxed lawn seating gives the event an informal, local-style atmosphere, making it easy to lounge all afternoon. Festival-goers are encouraged to bring their own lawn chairs, blankets, or lauhala mats and relax on the grassy lawn to fully enjoy the laid-back music by famed guitar players. This is a family-friendly event: all generations can enjoy the slack-key guitar tradition, with both new music and classic favorites. FREE ADMISSION! 1-7pm; gates open 12:30. Info: 242-7469; mauiarts.org.

Monday, June 26
Jewelry Mini-Workshop: Hoops & Stacking Rings
HUI NO‘EAU VISUAL ARTS CENTER, MAKAWAO

These classes are designed to get you in and out of the studio in just a few hours with a unique jewelry piece that is ready to wear, no previous experience necessary. Bring a friend and enjoy a quick and rewarding art class! From 5-9pm, pre-registration required at huinoeau.com

Tuesday, June 27
Jewelry Mini-Workshop: EASY EARRINGS
HUI NO‘EAU VISUAL ARTS CENTER, MAKAWAO

These classes are designed to get you in and out of the studio in just a few hours with a unique jewelry piece that is ready to wear, no previous experience necessary. Bring a friend and enjoy a quick and rewarding art class! From 5-9pm on Tuesday, June 27, pre-registration is required. Visit the website at http://www.huinoeau.com.

Thursday, June 29
HAWAIIAN MUSIC SERIES
BALDWIN HOME MUSEUM LAWN, LAHAINA TOWN

Relax under the stars and enjoy the FREE concert brought to you by The Lahaina Restoration Foundation. Chairs are limited and blankets, mats, and low beach chairs are welcome. The Baldwin Home Museum is located in the heart of Lahaina, on the corner of Front and Dickenson Streets. 6-7:30pm. Info: 661-3262; lahainarestoration.org.

Thursday, June 29
SEA TALK: ‘ANTARTICA—LIFE ON THE EDGE, STORIES OF SURVIVAL & HOPE’
MAUI OCEAN CENTER, MA‘ALAEA

Antarctica presents extreme challenges to those who call this vast, icy wilderness home. Learn about the animals of the Antarctic and the challenges they face on our ever changing planet. Presented by Kimberly Krusell, wildlife conservation advocate and founder of Honu Travel, LLC. 6pm-7pm; doors open after 5:30pm. Free! Space is limited, reservations are recommended. Call 270-7075 or email info@mauioceancenter.com.

Thursday, June 29 – Sunday, July 2
Makawao Rodeo & Parade
OSKIE RICE ARENA, MAKAWAO

Saddle up for this annual tradition as the state’s top cowboys and cowgirls compete in four days of bull riding, steer chasing, calf roping and more. Oskie Rice Arena, 456 Olinda Road, Makawao. For details, call the Maui Roping Club at 757-3347.
ONGOING EVENTS

Daily
MARINE NATURALIST PRESENTATIONS
MAUI OCEAN CENTER, MA‘ALAEA

Educational and interactive marine naturalist presentations are available every day at Maui Ocean Center. Presentations take place throughout the Aquarium from the Living Reef to the Open Ocean exhibits between 9:30am and 4:15pm. Presentation times are listed online and in the park. Schedule times are subject to change. Included with admission, all ages.

Daily
OPEN OCEAN DIVE PRESENTATION
MAUI OCEAN CENTER, MA‘ALAEA

Learn about the marine life in the 750,000-gallon Open Ocean exhibit. Aquarium divers will share in-depth knowledge about the exhibit’s inhabitants, which include schools of giant trevally, stingrays, up to six species of sharks, and more. The divers use specialized masks that allow them to speak with the audience and answer questions. 11am and 3pm. Included with admission, all ages.

Daily
MAUIWINE FREE TASTINGS & TOURS
MAUIWINE, ‘ULUPALAKUA

MauiWine offers complimentary tasting and tours of the cellar and the historic grounds to the public daily. Times for the historical and cellar tours are 10:30am and 1:30pm. Complimentary wine tastings are available any time from 10am to 5:30pm. Info: 878-6058 or mauiwine.com.

Daily
HAPPY HOUR & LIVE MUSIC
THE FAIRMONT KEA LANI, WAILEA

Look for daily drink and pupu specials at Fairmont Kea Lani, Maui: Ko restaurant 4-6pm; Luana 4-7pm and 8-11pm, and live music Friday and Saturday 7-10pm. For more information call 875-2290.

Nightly
BOTERO GALLERY LOUNGE
GRAND WAILEA RESORT, WAILEA

Enjoy delicious cocktails and pupu under the stars amidst million dollar works of art by Fernando Botero as you listen to live contemporary Hawaiian music, nightly from 5 pm to 9 pm. Happy hour from 5 to 8pm include specialty cocktails, beers, wine, and pupu. 8 to 10pm wine down with half-off any bottle of wine or champagne. FREE validated parking.

Nightly (except Monday)
FREE SUNSET HULA SHOW AND HALAU FRIDAY NIGHTS
KA‘ANAPALI BEACH HOTEL

Tuesday through Sunday at sunset, the blowing of conch shells signals the beginning of the nightly hula show in the Tiki Courtyard at KBH. Beginning at 6pm, enjoy a complimentary performance of Hawaiian music and a hula show, followed by music for dancing under the stars until 9pm. Every Friday evening is Halau Friday, a special complimentary sunset hula show featuring performances by local hula schools with live music, hula, and Polynesian-style dance. For more info, call 661-0011 or visit kbhmaui.com.

Nightly
LIVE MUSIC
PARADISE GRILL, KA‘ANAPALI

Enjoy live music by local artists from 6 to 9pm every night upstairs in the dining room. Visit paradisegrillkb.com for more details, or call 662-3700.

Ongoing in June
Summer Camp Kaluanui
HUI NO‘EAU VISUAL ARTS CENTER, MAKAWAO

Camp Kaluanui offers a diverse, visual arts curriculum geared to stretch minds, exercise imaginations, keep the body active, and introduce new idea-generating techniques. Surrounded by the beauty of the Hui’s historic Kaluanui Estate, campers, paint, draw, build, design and play their way through a balanced variety of artistic activities each day. Pre registration required at huinoeau.com  Ages 5 and up.

Ongoing
CITIZEN SCIENTIST PROGRAM
HALEAKALA NATIONAL PARK

Stop by the naturalist stations set up at varying locations around the park to learn about weather and climate, count native birds, find out how Native Hawaiians navigated using the night sky, and more! Participate at three or more stations and earn your Citizen Scientist badge. Bring food and drinks, and be prepared for cold weather. Wear sunscreen, hiking boots, or treaded sneakers; no sandals. Call 572-4400 or visit nps.gov/hale for more info.

Ongoing
KA‘ANAPALI HISTORICAL TRAIL AND LEGENDS TOUR
KA‘ANAPALI RESORT

Ka‘anapali is rich with history and legends, and the Ka‘anapali Beach Resort offers a self-guided tour highlighting the area’s storied past. Starting at the north end of Ka‘anapali at the Plantation Farm and Ancient Village of Keka‘a at Royal Lahaina Resort and ending at the Hyatt Regency Resort and Spa, this self-guided tour leads you to ten sites marked by lava rock monuments with plaques that explain their significance. The tour takes approximately two hours to complete. Visitors can call 661-3271 for information on where to pick up the free brochure and map.

Ongoing
ASTRONOMY TOUR OF THE STARS
HYATT REGENCY MAUI RESORT, KA‘ANAPALI

The Hyatt was named 2013’s “World’s Stargazing Hotel” by CNN Travel. A brilliant tour of the stars is given nightly on the roof for one hour at 8pm and 9pm using the Hyatt’s own 14-inch reflector telescope known as “The Edge,” sitting more than nine stories up on the hotel rooftop. The director of astronomy uses a computer to select an agenda, and locate and identify stars, planet, galaxies, and nebulae. Participants first learn to interpret the sky with the unaided eye, then with giant astronomy binoculars, and ultimately with “The Edge.” Advance reservations are required. $30 for adults; $20 for kids. Later in the evening is the Romance of the Stars show (10pm), which includes champagne and chocolate-covered strawberries. Admission is $45. Reservations: 667-4727. Info: maui.hyatt.com.

Ongoing
BLOW YOUR OWN GLASS
HUI NO‘EAU VISUAL ARTS CENTER, MAKAWAO

Blow Your Own Glass is an opportunity to experience the joy of creativity and assist an artist in creating a glass object of your choice and design. Teaching Artist Stephen Fellerman will spend approximately 30 minutes with each person while creating magic before your eyes! Feel the heat and make a memorable glass keepsake of your own design. Pieces will be available for pick up 24-48 hours after class; flat rate shipping is also available on request for an additional charge. $95 per person. Reservations: 572-6560 ext. 21.

Monday
HOALOHA ‘AINA
HIKING TRAIL VOLUNTEER WORK

Join South Maui Volunteers and group leaders Bob and Lis Richardson to help maintain an ocean-side trail, restore sand dunes, pick up litter and remove invasive species from 7:30 to 9:30am. Bring water, snacks and sunscreen and wear solid, closed-toed shoes. Call 249-8811 ext. 1 to sign up.

Monday
FREE ‘UKULELE LESSON
WHALERS VILLAGE, KA‘ANAPALI

Enjoy complimentary lessons and learn the basics of playing one of Hawai‘i’s most popular musical instruments. Classes are limited to the first six students. ‘Ukulele provided. 2-3pm and 3-4pm at Whale Pavilion. Info: whalersvillage.com.

Monday & Wednesday
LEI PO‘O MAKING AT THE SHOPS
THE SHOPS AT WAILEA

Learn how to weave a basic ti leaf lei, using flowers and ferns, which can be worn on the head or around your neck. Learn how the lei expresses love, and was gifted on very special occasions by the Hawaiian ali‘i (royalty). Lei making is open to both keiki (children) and adults. Mondays 2:30-3:30pm & Wednesdays 1:30-2:30pm. FREE.

Monday, Tuesday & Friday
LAWAI‘A UPENA
MAUI OCEAN CENTER, MA‘ALAEA

Fish net weaving is a skill passed down from generation to generation. Learn the art of net weaving and throw net fishing with Greg “Gigi” Gomes. 10am-2pm in the Nursery Bay Hale. Included with Aquarium admission. Schedule subject to change.

Monday & Friday
‘UKULELE LESSONS AT THE SHOPS
THE SHOPS AT WAILEA

Come learn how to play the ‘ukulele and find out how it is a part of Hawaiian culture. The lesson is for seasoned, new, and future ‘ukulele players out there who love to strum, sing, and play. Mondays 5:30-6:30pm, Fridays 3-4pm. FREE.

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday
BEHIND THE SCENES TOUR UPGRADE
MAUI OCEAN CENTER, MA‘ALAEA

Go behind the scenes with a marine naturalist to explore the Aquarium lab, learn about corals, sharks, and sea turtles, and assist with a feeding at Turtle Lagoon and Nursery Bay. Limited availability. Children ages 12 and under must be accompanied by a paying adult. 11:30am and 1:30pm. Cost: $14.95 plus tax with Aquarium admission. Advance reservations recommended. Purchase online or call 270-7012.

Monday, Wednesday & Friday
SHARK DIVE MAUI®
MAUI OCEAN CENTER, MA‘ALAEA

Maui Ocean Center’s Shark Dive Maui® program allows SCUBA certified guests ages 12 and up to dive among the Aquarium’s sharks, rays, and tropical fish in the 750,000-gallon Open Ocean exhibit. This immersive experience teaches guests about the significance of mano (sharks) in Hawaiian culture, as well as the critical role that sharks play in the marine ecosystem. The diver’s friends and family can watch the experience from the exhibit’s viewing area and 54-foot-long acrylic tunnel. Includes same-day Aquarium admission for the diver and one guest. Additional viewing guests receive 20% off general admission. Check-in time is at 8am; dive time is approximately 40 minutes. For more info visit mauioceancenter.com/shark-dive/. Space is limited and advance reservations are required. Starting at $199. Book online at mauioceancenter.com/shark-dive or call 270-7075 for reservations.

Monday & Wednesday
HISTORIC ESTATE & GARDEN TOUR
HUI NO‘EAU VISUAL ARTS CENTER, MAKAWAO

The Hui invites you to explore its beautiful and historic Kaluanui Estate. Tours are every Monday and Wednesday beginning at 10am. About an hour in duration, this walking tour will give guests some fascinating new historic and botanical information. $12/person. Reservations required: 572-6560; info: huinoeau.com.

Tuesday
COCONUT HUSKING AT THE SHOPS
THE SHOPS AT WAILEA

Experience a demonstration of the traditional and modern methods of husking a coconut. Learn how Hawaiians used every part of the coconut, from a food substance to crafting eating utensils, jewelry, and furniture. 2:30-3:30pm. FREE.

Tuesday
NAPILI KAI FOUNDATION KEIKI SHOW
NAPILI KAI BEACH RESORT, NAPILI

Founded in 1966, Napili Kai Foundation is a nonprofit organization that teaches local children the history, arts, crafts, language and dances of Polynesia. Every Tuesday evening, the students of the Napili Kai Foundation present a delightful 45-minute program of Polynesian song and dance. The program is from 5:30 to 6:30pm at the Hale Aloha Pavilion. Doors open at 5pm. Admission is $10 for adults, $5 for children six to 12 years old, and FREE for children five years old and under. Proceeds benefit the Napili Kai Foundation. Tickets are available at the door or in advance at the resort’s front desk. For more information, call Napili Kai Beach Resort at 669-6271 or visit napilikai.com.

Tuesday
‘UKULELE LESSONS
LAHAINA CANNERY MALL, LAHAINA

Learn the art of the ‘ukulele at 5:45pm at the Pineapple Food Court. Escape the heat in this fully enclosed, air conditioned shopping center that features cuisines from around the world, and over 50 retail stores. Call 661-5304 or visit lahainacannery.com.

Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday
NA MAKAMAE O POLYNESIA CRAFTS
MAUI OCEAN CENTER, MA‘ALAEA

Guests can view a unique display of Polynesian tools, weapons, and crafts with Anake Colleen Kapu during Na Makamae O Polynesia (Treasures of Polynesia). Located in The Hawaiians and the Sea exhibit. 10am-3pm. Included with Aquarium admission. Schedule subject to change.

Tuesday & Thursday
POLYNESIAN SHOW AT THE SHOPS
THE SHOPS AT WAILEA

This performance will showcase the graceful Hawaiian hula, as well as other beautiful dances of Polynesia. Tuesdays & Thursdays from 5:30-6:30pm. FREE.

Tuesday & Friday
ART COLLECTION TOUR
GRAND WAILEA RESORT, WAILEA

The Grand Wailea owns the largest corporate art collection in the state of Hawai‘i, featuring more than 72 permanent sculptures, paintings, murals, artifacts, and graphics including works by Shige Yamada, Fernando Botero, Yvonne Cheng, Herb Kane, and more. Meet at 10am in the Na Pua Gallery on the fourth floor. FREE. Valet parking provided for visitors who attend the art tour. Info: 875-1234; grandwailea.com.

Tuesday & Sunday
SHARKS & RAYS EXPLORE STATION
MAUI OCEAN CENTER, MA‘ALAEA

Sharks are revered as ‘aumakua, or an ancestral deity, in Hawaiian culture, and are key to the ocean’s ecosystems. Visit the Sharks & Rays Explore Station to learn about the biology, diet, and behavior of Hawai‘i’s sharks and stingrays. 11:30am-2:30pm in the Seascape Hale. Included with admission.

Tuesday & Friday
FREE LEI-MAKING CLASS
WHALERS VILLAGE, KA‘ANAPALI

Enjoy a complimentary lei-making class and create your own masterpiece. Anyone can make a lei! Make this Hawaiian tradition special by stringing your own. 11am-1pm at Whale Pavilion. Info: whalersvillage.com.

Second & Fourth Wednesdays
Market at The Shops
THE SHOPS AT WAILEA

The Shops at Wailea proudly announces the Market at The Shops, a new farm fresh shopping experience. Launched in cooperation with the Maui County Farm Bureau, the Market at The Shops is committed to supporting agriculture on Maui by providing a place for residents and visitors alike to find, connect with and learn about farm-fresh and sustainably grown produce, specialty food and artisanal goods. Starting Wednesday, June 28, Market at The Shops will be held on the ground floor on the second and fourth Wednesday of every month from 4-6pm.

Wednesday
GLASS-BLOWING DEMONSTRATION
HUI NO‘EAU VISUAL ARTS CENTER, MAKAWAO

Come meet artist Stephen Fellerman and watch as he works in the Hui’s new glassblowing studio. You’ll be amazed at what he can create! Purchase one of his pieces or sign up for a class to make one of your own. 10am-1pm. Info: 572-6560; huinoeau.com.

Wednesday
CULTURE & NATIVE PLANT WALK
MAUI OCEAN CENTER, MA‘ALAEA

Explore the flora of Hawai‘i and discover the connection between Hawai‘i’s plants, marine life, and culture. Tour the Aquarium’s renewed landscape and learn about the history and traditional uses of native Hawaiian and Polynesian plants. 10-11am. Included with admission. Space is limited, reservations recommended. Book: mauioceancenter.com/explore.

Wednesday, Thursday, & Friday
GUIDED TOURS
MAUI NUI BOTANICAL GARDENS, KAHULUI

Guided docent-led tours of the Gardens are available at 10am by appointment only. These tours cover the natural history, conservation, and ancient uses of native Hawaiian and Polynesian-introduced plants, as well as the Gardens’ current projects in these areas. $10 per person. Call 249-2798 or email info@mnbg.org to make a reservation. Self-guided walking tour brochures are also available for $4, as well as self-guided audio tour wands for $5, Mon.-Sat. 8am-4pm.

Wednesday & Friday
ISLAND WOOD CARVINGS
THE SHOPS AT WAILEA

Join The Shops for a traditional island wood carving demonstration every Wednesday and Friday. Experience an art form with stories deeply rooted in Polynesian traditions. Wednesdays 10:30am-1pm, Fridays 12:30-3:30pm at the main fountain courtyard. FREE.

Wednesday
WEED AND POT CLUB
MAUI NUI BOTANICAL GARDENS, KAHULUI

If you love Hawaiian plants, you’ll love the Weed and Pot Club! This volunteer group weeds in the Gardens and pots plants in their nursery facilities. Come ready to work with garden attire and covered shoes. Tools, gloves, sunscreen, refreshments, and expertise will be provided! 8:30-10:30am. Info: 249-2798.

Wednesday
VOLUNTEERING ON VACATION: O‘O FARM
PACIFIC WHALE FOUNDATION

Work on an exquisite organic farm in the misting forest of Waipoli in Kula. Meet at O‘o Farms at 8:45am for an assortment of fun farm chores until 11:30am. Wear sturdy shoes and bring a light jacket that you do not mind getting a little dirty, plus water and sunscreen. Gloves and gardening tools provided. Call 249-8811 ext. 1 to sign up.

Wednesday
GEORGE KAHUMOKU JR.’S SLACK KEY SHOW: MASTERS OF HAWAIIAN MUSIC
NAPILI KAI BEACH RESORT, NAPILI

Enjoy performances of legendary musicians from the two-time Grammy winning album, “Masters of Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar Concert Series.” Hawaiian “Renaissance Man” George Kahumoku Jr. hosts the weekly program, which features Hawai‘i’s most renowned slack key artists as well as other traditional forms of Hawaiian music. The event starts at 7:30pm. For reservations, call toll-free (888) 669-3858 or visit slackkey.com.

Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
WET NATURALIST PRESENTATION
MAUI OCEAN CENTER, MA‘ALAEA

Visit Maui Ocean Center’s Discovery Pool for a hands-on presentation about Hawai‘i’s marine invertebrates! See, touch, and learn about tide pool critters with a marine naturalist presenting from within the exhibit. 1:30-4:30pm. Included with Aquarium admission. Appropriate for all ages.

Wednesday & Saturday
FREE HULA SHOW
WHALERS VILLAGE, KA‘ANAPALI RESORT

Experience the culture of Hawai‘i with complimentary hula shows at Whalers Village. 7-7:25 pm at the Food Court; 7:30-8pm Fronting Cariloha store. Info: whalersvillage.com.

Thursday
POLYNESIAN HULA LESSON
LAHAINA CANNERY MALL, LAHAINA

If your guests are looking for a FREE Polynesian hula lesson on the west side, suggest Lahaina Cannery Mall. 4-6pm with professional instructor Jan Kitaguchi. Call 661-5304 or visit lahainacannery.com.

Thursday
COCONUT FROND WEAVING
THE SHOPS AT WAILEA

Weaving was a highly developed skill that Hawaiians used to make baskets, mats, jewelry, and toys for the keiki. Guests will learn how to make their very own keepsake to take home as a memory of their visit to Maui. 2:30-3:30pm. FREE.

Thursday through Sunday
LIVE MUSIC
LEILANI’S ON THE BEACH, KA‘ANAPALI

Live, local music at Leilani’s on the Beach provides the perfect soundtrack to an evening of delicious dining and mesmerizing views. Located just steps away from Ka‘anapali Beach, guests are treated to views of neighbor islands and cool ocean breezes as they enjoy live entertainment from 3 to 5pm. For reservations, call 661-4495 or for more information, visit leilanis.com.

Friday
VOLUNTEERING ON VACATION: HAWAIIAN ISLANDS LAND TRUST SERVICE PROJECT
PACIFIC WHALE FOUNDATION

Visit Waihe‘e Coastal Dunes and Wetlands Refuge, a remarkable coastal area that’s rich in Hawaiian history and bird watching. Meet at 8am at the Waihe‘e Refuge, located off Halewaiu Road, and help clear brush and remove invasive species until 12pm. Bring water and sunscreen, and wear closed-toe shoes, pants, and hat for sun protection. Snacks and cold drinks provided. Call 249-8811 ext. 1 to sign up.

Friday
FREE HULA LESSON
WHALERS VILLAGE, KA‘ANAPALI RESORT

Learn the art of hula with complimentary hula lessons. 3-4pm at the Whale Pavilion. Info: whalersvillage.com.

Friday
MAUI FRIDAY TOWN PARTIES
WAILUKU, LAHAINA, MAKAWAO & KIHEI

Four Fridays per month, our community gathers to celebrate art, music, and Maui culture. Residents and visitors enjoy a special night of interaction and fun, punctuated with free entertainment, special offerings, and Friday-only promotions from each town’s family of merchants. The original installment, Wailuku First Friday, is on Market Street; Lahaina Second Friday is on Front Street; Makawao Third Friday is on Baldwin Avenue; and Kihei Fourth Friday is at Azeka Shopping Center—Mauka. For more info, visit MauiFridays.com.

Friday
FRIDAY NIGHT IS ART NIGHT
FRONT STREET, LAHAINA TOWN

From 7 to 10pm each Friday, walk along Front Street in Lahaina Town and delight in the art galleries’ artist appearances, beverages, and snacks. Pick up a map at Lahaina Visitor Center. Call 667-9193 for information or visit visitlahaina.com.

Friday
CANDLELIT TOURS AT THE BALDWIN HOME
LAHAINA TOWN

Do you want to experience what it was like in the 1850s? Come to the Baldwin Home Museum on Friday nights from dusk to 8:30pm. The museum docents will guide you through the home by candlelight, as they share all about the legendary family that resided there and how the stories relate to Hawaiian history. Visit lahainarestoration.org or call 661-3262 for more information.

Friday
SALSA NIGHT
PARADISE GRILL, KA‘ANAPALI

Salsa Night from 10pm to close every Friday at Paradise Grill in Ka‘anapali. Visit paradisegrillkb.com for more details, or call 662-3700.

Friday
PAU HANA AT THE SHOPS
THE SHOPS AT WAILEA

Celebrate the end of the work week at The Shops with their Friday evening Pau Hana event. Listen to live music by different performers each week. Check their calendar of events for details: theshopsatwailea.com. 4-6pm. FREE.

First & Third Saturday
HALEAKALA NATIONAL PARK SERVICE TRIP
PACIFIC WHALE FOUNDATION

Free transportation and admission to Haleakala National Park on a volunteering adventure led by a certified naturalist and professionally trained guide from PWF. You’ll help remove invasive plants or help with other projects to protect the park’s unique eco-system. Warm clothes, long pants and closed-toed shoes required. Bring water and lunch for a picnic. Call 249-8811 ext. 1 to sign up. Visit volunteersonvacation.org for more information on meeting locations and times.

Saturday
MAUI SWAP MEET
UH MAUI COLLEGE CAMPUS, KAHULUI

A hugely popular event with locals and visitors alike. Purchase everything from t-shirts, necklaces, and handmade crafts to fresh flowers, fruits, and vegetables from more than 200 vendors. 7am-1pm. Admission is 50 cents; keiki 12 and under are free.

Saturday
HONOKOWAI VALLEY RESTORATION
PACIFIC WHALE FOUNDATION, HONOKOWAI

Volunteer with Malama Honokowai and visit the beautiful and hidden Honokowai Valley, an area closed to the public. Among Hawaiian archaeological sites, you’ll learn about Hawaiian history and culture as you help to remove invasive weed plants and possibly plant native species. The program runs from 9am to 3:30pm and meets in front of the North Sugar Cane Train Station at Pu‘ukoli Road in Ka‘anapali. Bring water, snacks, lunch, sunscreen and bug repellent and wear closed-toe shoes, pants and a t-shirt. Call 249-8811 ext. 1 to sign up.

Saturday
STORY TIME & CRAFTS
MAUI OCEAN CENTER, MA‘ALAEA

Maui Ocean Center offers a weekly sharks and rays-themed story time and craft hour for children ages 3-12 in the Hawaiians and the Sea exhibit. 11:30am. Included with Aquarium admission.

Saturday
GRAND DAIRY TOUR
SURFING GOAT DAIRY, KULA

Experience a two-hour, hands-on visit and tasting you will love. Bring family and friends, neighbors and colleagues, aunties and uncles, and cousins too! Be a goat herder and lead a herd from the pasture to the dairy and feed them. You can even try to milk a goat, play with goat kids, and learn about the process of cheese making. Finally, have the grand cheese experience and dig into more than 20 of the many different varieties of Maui gourmet goat cheeses served with crackers, olives, pickles, grapes, and nuts. Make your reservation early as these tours sell out quickly! The tour is from 9 to 11am and costs $28. For more info, call 878-2870 or visit the website at http://www.surfinggoatdairy.com.

Saturday & Sunday
KEIKI HULA
LAHAINA CANNERY MALL, LAHAINA

If your guests are looking for a FREE hula show on the west side, suggest Lahaina Cannery Mall. Saturday and Sunday feature keiki hula at 2pm. Escape the heat in this fully enclosed, air conditioned shopping center that features various cuisines from around the world, and over 50 retail stores. Call 661-5304 or visit lahainacannery.com.

Saturday
MAUI CHEF’S TABLE
THE MILL HOUSE RESTAURANT, WAIKAPU

Maui Chef’s Table offers booking for select Saturday evenings at 6pm. Bookings for all upcoming Chef’s Table dates may be reserved by calling 270-0303, or online at millhousemaui.com.

Sunday
SUNDAY BRUNCH & BLOODY MARY BAR
CANE & CANOE RESTAURANT, MONTAGE KAPALUA BAY

Featuring an enhanced a la carte breakfast menu created by Executive Chef David Viviano, Sunday Brunch is a celebration of savory and sweet culinary delights. Relax and enjoy a live musical jazz performance with new brunch selections each week in addition to the regular menu, including favorites Shrimp and Grits, Chicken and Waffles, and Steak and Eggs. Enjoy a “Build-your-own Bloody Mary Bar” with an assortment of liquor, mixers, and all the trimmings to make a most decadent libation. 10am-1pm. For more info and reservations: 662-6681.

Sunday
HULA PERFORMANCE
MAUI OCEAN CENTER, MA‘ALAEA

Enjoy live hula performances by Maui Ocean Center’s Hawaiian Cultural Advisor Kahu Dane Maxwell and family. 1:30-2:30pm in the Retail Plaza. No performance June 18. Included with Aquarium admission.

Sunday
NIU (COCONUT) WEAVING
MAUI OCEAN CENTER, MA‘ALAEA

Learn the art of coconut frond weaving, and create something fun with local weaver Marco Marinas! 10am-3pm at Seascape Hale. Included with Aquarium admission. Schedule subject to change.

Sunday
SUNDAY NIGHT LAULAU
KO RESTAURANT, THE FAIRMONT KEA LANI, WAILEA

Enjoy a healthy and modern take on a traditional Hawaiian dish every Sunday evening at Ko. The special seafood laulau includes Maui fresh catch fish, shrimp, scallops, spinach, mushrooms, and baby bok choy, all wrapped in taro leaf, steamed, and served with jasmine rice. Come early—the laulau special is first come, first served, and does sell out! For more information, or to make reservations, call 875-2210.

 

 

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