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Whale and Ocean Arts Festival in Lahaina!


Lahaina celebrates the migration of Pacific Humpback whales with an annual Whale and Ocean Arts Festival the first weekend in March at Banyan Tree Park in Lahaina. Several Whale Research groups will educate visitors and locals alike. Artists display their best marine- themed art for sale, while Hawaiian musicians and hula troupes entertain. The event also includes a keiki art contest, lei making and face painting. The festival is kicked off the Friday prior with a Whale Watch Cruise departing from Lahaina Harbor. Welcome the whales and enjoy the festivities this March at the Lahaina Whale and Ocean Arts Festival.  For more information please call:

Lahaina Restoration Foundation

Phone: 808-667-9175

Toll Free Event Hotline 1-888-310-1117


2014 Halloween on Front Street in Lahaina


Emma Farden Sharpe Hula Festival



Lahaina Town host for Fourth of July Fireworks!

4th of July 2014





15th Annual Film Festival June 4-June 8





Kapalua Wine & Food/Seafood Festival

The Kapalua Wine & Food Festival has been a favorite Maui event since 1981.  This year’s opening even will be hosted by Montage Kapalua Bay and held on their oceanfront Pacific Lawn.  Enjoy spectacular views of the islands of Lanai and Molokai.

This event will be held on Friday, June 13, from 6 to 9pm.  Six Kapalua Resort chefs and restaurants will showcase their culinary talents with locally grown produce at the tasting.

On Sunday, June 15, the Ritz-Carlton Kapalua will host the Seafood Festival on the hotel’s ocean side lawn at D.T. Fleming Beach from 6 to 9pm.

For full details on this event, visit

We hope to see you there!



Farmers’ Market in Kaanapali – June 7th

KAANAPALI – (Lahaina News) Presented quarterly by Kaanapali Beach Resort, an official Grown on Maui Farmers’ Market will take place on Saturday, June 7, from 7:30 to 11:30 a.m. on the oceanfront lawn at Whalers Village Fine Shops & Restaurants.

Here’s West Maui’s prime farmers’ market showcasing produce and products from the fertile lands of Kaanapali, Kula and Hana.

This is a great opportunity to meet the farmers who grow the food we eat and food producers who make the products we enjoy.



KAANAPALI – Presented quarterly by Kaanapali Beach Resort, an official Grown on Maui Farmers’ Market will take place on Saturday, June 7, from 7:30 to 11:30 a.m. on the oceanfront lawn at Whalers Village Fine Shops & Restaurants.

Here’s West Maui’s prime farmers’ market showcasing produce and products from the fertile lands of Kaanapali, Kula and Hana.

This is a great opportunity to meet the farmers who grow the food we eat and food producers who make the products we enjoy.

– See more at:–Market-slated-in-Kaanapali.html?nav=8#sthash.7d8QGopO.dpuf


29th Annual Chinese New Year Celebration – The Year of the Horse


The 29th Annual Chinese New Year Celebration will take place on February 5, 2014 at The Wharf Cinema Center on Front Street! For all the details, please visit the link below:



Lahaina Second Friday Town Parties


Come join us for a fun evening on Front Street – it’s the Lahaina Second Friday Town Parties!

November 8, 2013, 5-9 p.m.

6:00PM – Opening blessing and conch shell blow, followed by a free performance by ‘Ulalena dancers in front of the Hard Rock Cafe.

For November we celebrate KeikiFest in Campbell Park and the 700 Block closure on Front St.  Campbell Park comes alive with a full range of keiki activities for learning and fun.

Keiki entertainment will include racing solar powered cars, face painting, balloon animals, kids games and much more. Campbell park will have Patrick Markey, an artist that uses LEGO® brand bricks as a medium to create art, displaying his pieces and guiding the event comers in building a LEGO® community art piece. Event comers are encouraged to bring LEGO® pieces to add to the sculpture and create a piece that everyone can participate in. Patrick will also be judging a LEGO® building competition that the Keiki have brought from home. Winners will be announced at 7:30pm.

Campbell Park and the 700 Block will have live entertainment for all the family. Ono grindz will be served in the park by Hawaiian Civic Club, Boys & Girls Club Lahaina and new vendor Tiki Pete’s will be serving their new gourmet steak sandwiches made from 1/4lb. Elk, Venison, Caribou, Reindeer, and Buffalo steaks.  LEGO® is a trademark of the Lego group of companies which does not sponsor, authorize or endorse this program.  Presented by The Lahaina Town Action Committee in Campbell Park
(across from the Pioneer Inn )

LahainaTown Action Committee in partnership with Lahaina restaurants work together to sponsor several west side keiki nonprofits. This assistance allows the nonprofits to fundraise and the event supports our community. Campbell Park comes alive with local ono grinds, baked goods, and desserts from 5:30 to 9 p.m. The LahainaTown Action Committee invites you to share in the fun while enjoying a live music concert with a cause. Nonprofit groups rotate but include:
Waiola Church
Boys & Girls Club of Maui, Lahaina Club
Na Ki`a i O Waine`e
Hawaiian Civic Club


Hele Mai – As the sun sets and pau hana begins, what better way to start the weekend than to shop the world renowned art galleries, meet artists, talk story and share in some complimentary pupu and wine from 6-9 p.m. Pick up your free Art Map compliments of the Lahaina Visitor Center at the old Lahaina Courthouse in Banyan Tree Park.

Kai Pua Gallery: Live glass blowing and painting by local artists. Featured artist: Sean PriceSpecial deals, serving wine.
Peter Lik Gallery: light refreshments and enteryainment special promotions on art
Maui Hands Gallery: Ian Haight will be the artist in residence from 4:30-7:30pm.
Lahaina Galleries: Serving wine from 5-10 p.m. Featured artist Alessio & Marcello Bugaglar. Serving wine.
The Village Galleries: Two featured artists for June. Rich Kenny. 6-9pm. Refreshments and pupus will be served
Images Fine Art Gallery: Complimentary wine and live music
Simon Jon Gallery: Unique Hawaiian wood
Sargent’s Fine Art: Enjoy the music of Curt Lee every Friday Art Night at the gallery, featured artist: sculptor Tim King from 7-10 pm.
Martin Lawrence Gallery: Guest artist Kerry Hallam. Serving wine and pupus.
Kingwell Island Art: Live music 6-8pm. Wine and pupu’s will be served.
Daryl Millard Gallery: Daryl will be painting at the easel and talking about his work. Wine and live music.
Contemporary Masters: Live entertainment. Jose Royd masterpiece collection.
Lahaina Printsellers has 3 featured artists: Wine and pupu’s will be served
Vintage posters: Wine and pupu’s will be served.
Diamond Head: Featured artist Robert Lyn Nelson. Serving wine.
Joelle: Joelle will be painting at the gallery. Wine and pupu’s will be served.
Higgins Harte gallery. Featured artist Lowell Mapes.


Fleetwood’s on Front St. kicks off the evening at 5pm with dollar oysters, followed by an Hawaiian Story and Bag Piper presentation at 6pm. Don’t miss live entertainment on Lahaina’s only roof top dining from 7pm-9pm.
Pioneer Inn: Live Hawaiian entertainment, 6-9 p.m.
Kimo’s: Willie K, 9-11 p.m. Pick up your stamped Hula Pie card at the Lahaina Visitor Center for free admission.
Moose McGillycuddy’s Lahaina: Live entertainment 9:30-11:30 p.m.
Longhi’s: Live jazz overlooking the water, 7-10 p.m.
Hard Rock Cafe: Featuring free live music from 6-9 p.m by the popular Evan Schulman
The Wharf Cinema Center: Live Music Center Stage
Captain Jack’s Island Grill: Live Music 8-10:30 p.m. Benny Uyetake Band
Cool Cat Café: Live music overlooking the Banyan Tree – Johnny Ringo, 7:30-10
Amigo’s: Nacho Cardenas “El Mariachi”
Lahaina Yacht Club: Wilmont Kahaiali’i 4-6 pm


Ono Gelato Company: Gluten-free baked goods, homemade gelato-filled cannoli 10% kama`aina discount
Moose McGillycuddy’s Lahaina: All you can eat fish and chips for $13.95 and prime rib and lobster for $24.95, starts at 4 pm. Entertainment: Lawaia Aweau 6-8:30 pm and DJ Skinny Guy from 9-1 am.
Front Street Burrito Mexican restaurant (Moose’s upstairs): 2-for-1 entrée offer (with purchase of one entrée)
Kimo’s: Free hula pie with coupon (stop by the Lahaina Visitor Center for coupons)
Kobe Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi Bar: 20% kama`aina discount on teppanyaki dining
The Pioneer Inn: $5 pupu menu
Atlantis Submarines: 20% off submarine tours
Hard Rock Café: 15% kama`aina discount
Betty’s Beach Café: Buy one burger, get one free (of equal or lesser value, after 4 p.m.) Not valid with any other promotions.
Hula Cookies & Ice Cream: Buy one ice cream sandwich, get one free
Lahaina Sunglass Co. & Pakaloha Bikini’s: DJ Daniel J 5-9pm on the oceanfront dancing deck. Bikini models and door prizes. Free sunny Bikini Martinis for 21 and up. $400.00 in gift certificates will be handed out.
Maui Swiss Café: 10% off full menu; Happy Ice Cream Hour is 4-8 p.m., with the second scoop free – featuring Roselani Ice Cream
Bubba Gump Shrimp Company: Free appetizer with coupon (available at the Lahaina Visitor Center, at the Old Lahaina Courthouse. See coupon for details). Late night Happy Hour Specials starting at 9 pm, $5.00 specialty drinks and appetizer specials $4.99. Take your pic with Shrimp Louie and play with hula hoops.
Cilantro Mexican Grill: Stop by Lahaina Visitor Center for a $2.00 off coupon with a purchase of $15.00 or more.

The Wharf Cinema Center

Amigo’s Authentic Mexican Food: Buy one entree, get 50% off second entree.
Atlantis Submarines: 20% off Submarine Tours
Blue Lagoon Lahaina: 15% off Kama`aina Discount
Captain Jack’s Island Grill: 20% off Kama`aina Discount
Cool Cat Cafe: 20% off Kama`aina Discount
Jay’s Place: 20% off Food Only
Maui Island Coffee: $200 Off 1 pound 100% Kona Coffee
Monsoon India: Buy One Curry, Get 50% Off second Curry
Pad Thai: 15% Off Food Only
Pho Saigon 808: 10% Off Food only


Halloween On Front Street in Lahaina – 2013



Hosted by LahainaTown Action Committee and the Office of Economic Development

“Halloween in Lahaina” returns to world famous Front Street on Thursday, October 31, 2013. Highlights include the 35th Annual Keiki Halloween Costume Parade at 4:30pm sponsored by the Lahaina Rotary Club, Rotary Club of Lahaina Sunrise and the West Maui Soroptimist. Maui keiki are invited to come in costume and parade down Front Street to Banyan Tree Park, receive a congratulatory ribbon and bag of treats. Come enjoy The Lahainaluna High School Marching Band.

Live entertainment at Campbell Park begins at 6pm featuring The Benny Uyetake Band “Halloween in Lahaina” is supported by Lahaina merchants and the sales of the “official” Halloween T-Shirt which is on sale now at the Lahaina Visitor Center at the Old Courthouse open daily from 9am to 5pm and at Campbell Park on Halloween Starting at Noon. All are invited to join in the keiki activities at Campbell Park or enter the Costume Contest Halloween night at Banyan Tree Park from 7pm-9pm. Sign up begins at 6pm at a Pioneer Inn retail store on Hotel Street adjacent to the main stage in Banyan Park. Special thanks to Honu Seafood & Pizza and Mala Ocean Tavern for sponsoring the contest and awarding the grand price of $1,000 (thousand dollars). DJ Ron will be spinning the tunes at the Costume Contest at Banyan Tree Park from 6:30 to 9:30pm Ono grindz will be available for purchase from 4pm in Campbell Park.

The LahainaTown Action Committee and the Office of Economic Development will host a family friendly event for the residents and visitors of Maui. To keep Halloween fun and safe for everyone please review the following information.

Street Closure: From Baker Street to Prison Street, Front Street will be closed to vehicular traffic from 3:30pm to midnight. No Street parking is allowed from 3:30pm- midnight. Employees parked in parking lots with ingress/egress only on Front Street will not be able to exit parking lots between 3:30pm-midnight.

Obey the Laws: Underage drinking is not allowed. Public alcohol consumption is not allowed. Public nudity is not allowed.

Other: The LahainaTown Action Committee tent and Lost Person Tent are located at Banyan Tree Park, corner of Front and Hotel Streets. Porta Potties will be located throughout town including Papaluau St, Lahainaluna Rd, Fleetwood’s On Front St. alley way, Market Street and Canal Street.

Transportation Shuttles: Lahaina Halloween Express will have shuttles departing from War Memorial Parking Lot and Kihei Aquatic Center Parking Lot Advance tickets go on sale starting Oct 21st at noon for $5.00 each way- cash only. Check in with Campbell park for available tickets departing to Wailuku and Kihei Halloween night. Shuttles will be first come first serve for purchase & boarding. Tickets can be purchased at Kahului Shell Station: Super Stop 370 Dairy Road and Kihei Shell Station: Blackie’s Pit Stop 30
Mana’o Kala St.

Schedule of Events:
• 3:30pm- Midnight- Front Street Road Closure- Baker to Prison No Front St. Parking and road closed to vehicular traffic.
• 4:30pm- 35th Annual Keiki Costume Parade
• 6:00pm- Campbell Park ~ Live Music – 6pm-8pm Featuring ” The Benny Uyetake Band”
• Official “ Halloween In Lahaina 2013” t-shirt sales- Noon-10pm
• Keiki activities, face painting, photo opportunities
• Ono Grindz starting at 4pm
• Campbell Park closes at 10pm

• 6:00pm- Banyan Tree Park
• Costume Contest Registration- Hotel St. (Pioneer Inn Shops) 6pm-8:45pm $20 dollars per person
• Costume Contest- DJ Ron spinning tunes 6:30-9:30pm
• Costume Contest- 7pm-9pm- Sponsored by Honu Seafood & Pizza
and Mala Ocean Tavern
• Announcement of Costume Contest Winners -9:30pm

Banyan Tree Park Closes at 10pm

For more information, go to the Lahaina Town Action Committee website at or call Lynn Donovan at Lahaina Town Action Committee at 667-9175.


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