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June 8, 2017

Fun in the Sun: A Guide to Summer Activities on Maui

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Summertime in Maui is a fantastic time of the year to visit. Not only is the weather gorgeous, but there are lots of fun activities on the island that are sure to keep you busy. There’s something for everyone!


Location: Maui Arts & Cultural Center
FREE ADMISSION (must be 21+)
Date/Time: June 30th  7:00 – 11:00 pm

The theme for this ArT Mixx is, “Pay tribute to the goddess within and the muses who spark creativity!”

The night will contain music (featuring DJ Boomshot), performances, and visual art based on themes in the current Piero Resta exhibit.

Food and beverages are available throughout the evening for purchase. Wear a costume (or not) and enjoy dancing with friends and checking out the gallery. Check out the website for more details:


Pa’u Parade and Ho’olaule’a

Location: Front St. and Banyan tree Park in Lahaina
Dates/Time: June 17th (8:30 am to 12:00 pm at Front St.) & June 18th (9 am – 5 pm at Banyan Tree Park)

Pa’u Parade and Ho’olaule’a is a fantastic (and free) event in celebration of Kamehameha Day. The celebration is on Saturday, June 17th at 9:45 am on Front Street. Parking is quite difficult to find, so get there early! Front Street will be closed from 8:30 am to 12:00 pm (Shaw Street to Kenui Street).

The Ho’olaule’ continues into Sunday, June 18th (9 am to 5 pm) at Banyan Tree Park. Expect to see local entertainment (Music, Dance and Hula),  local crafts, food, and keiki activities.


18th Annual Maui Film Festival

Location: Wailea
Admission: Prices vary; may purchase single-film tickets
Dates: June 21st-25th (times vary)

Maui Film Festival began back in 2000 by Barry Rivers to celebrate the art of storytelling and recognizing unique talent. Different from other film festivals (ex: Sundance & Cannes), the one in Maui takes place in a casual setting and is quite unique. The relaxed setting allows for an experience unlike any other. Bring a beach chair, take off your slippers, and relax under the stars!


Lahaina Fireworks

Location: Front St.
Admission: Free 
Date/Time: July 4th at approximately 8 pm

Where’s the best place on Maui to see fireworks? If you guessed Lahaina you were right! Front Street is definitely an entertaining part of town, whether your looking to grab some last minute souvenirs or want to sit and enjoy a cold drink. Before the fireworks, enjoy the keiki activities and delicious food options available during the Indeendence Day celebration.

Fireworks start around 8 pm and they’re even extending it 15 minutes longer this year! Check out the interactive mobile app for spectators, which will have 15 minutes of music to coincide with the fireworks. For more information, go to website for more information.

Tip: Arrive early to find a parking spot!

The Mayjah Rayjah

Location: Maui Arts & Cultural Center 
Admission: VIP $99; Pre-Sale $29 
Date/Time: July 29th 5:00 pm

The Mayjah Rayjah festival has been taking place since 2010 and is Hawaii’s largest reggae music festival. This years lineup has been released and features Reggae artists such as SOJA and KATCHAFIRE, along with many more!

If you’ve ever been to Hawaii, you know how important reggae is to the islands. The influence of reggae music has become a very imporant part of Hawaiian culture. Get your Pre-Sale tickets and head over to the MACC July 29th!

April 14, 2017

Holy Sunflowers!

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Holy Sunflowers!

Once known for its sugarcane cultivation, Maui now has a new look. Within the past 
year, sugarcane came to a halt and left thousands of acres of land desolate, until now.

Approximately 115 acres in Maui's central valley will contain biofuel crops, including the 
sunflowers that have already blossomed, as part of a demonstration project. The project is 
anticipated to yield at least 100 gallons of oil per acre. Sunflowers are known for 
tracking the sun and are "heliotropic" (turning and growing towards the light).

Pacific Biodiesel was founded on Maui back in 1995 to address the health and environmental 
concerns of the dumping of used cooking oil at the Central Maui Landfill. 

A&B Properties, Inc., a premier Hawaii real estate company, said their goal is "to get as 
much of its former 36,000 acres of sugar lands as possible changed over to diversified 
agricultural operations" (

The sunflowers are located between Waikapu and Maalaea, on the Kuihelani Highway side. It 
is quite a site to see, so much that it's causing a traffic backup!
Social media has proven that it is becoming quite an attraction, as many families take a 
quick detour and stop for some captivating photos. 

For further information, please check out The Maui News website at: http://www.mauinews


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