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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.

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Humpback Whales Surf Pipeline!


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Napili Point Resort is now on Instagram!




Lahaina 2nd Friday Town Parties

July is Health and Wellness Month – come join us tonight on Front Street in Lahaina for an amazing evening!

Campbell Park comes alive in celebration of Health & Wellness Month at Lahaina’s Second Friday Town Party. Join in fitness and health demonstrations with personal trainer Emily Shaw and other local fitness providers and sports clubs. And don’t miss a show from the Emerald City Trapeze Arts Maui at Campbell Park. Lahaina’s restaurants will also be serving up their healthiest dishes and the public can join in the health food eating contest sponsored by Bamboo Fresh. Contestants can sign up on the night of the event (first come first serve).


At 6 p.m., the cast of ‘Ulalena begins the night’s festivities with a street performance at the sea wall across from Hard Rock Café.

CAMPBELL PARK ACTIVITIES (across from the Pioneer Inn)
Presented by The LahainaTown Action Committee

Campbell Park comes alive with local ono grinds, baked goods, and desserts from 5:30 to 9 p.m.

Lahaina Town Action Committee, in partnership with Lahaina restaurants, works together to sponsor several west side keiki non-profit groups. This assistance allows these groups to fundraise and the event supports our community. Non-profit groups rotate but include Waiola Church, Boys & Girls Club of Maui – Lahaina Club, Na Ki`a i O Waine`e, Hawaiian Civic Club and Soroptomist International of West Maui

Special Thanks to Sponsors: Waiola Church, Betty’s Beach Café, Leilani’s, Fleetwood’s on Front St., Captain Jack’s Island Grill, Cool Cat Café, and Bubba Gump Shrimp Co.

For more information, please call LahainaTown Action Committee at 667-9175.


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. Special deals, fabulous seconds and clearance sale, serving wine.
Peter Lik Gallery: DJ Scotty D playing, special promotions on art
Maui Hands Gallery: Jeffrey Robert will be the artist in residence from 4:30-7:30pm. Serving refreshments and light pupus
Lahaina Galleries: Serving wine from 5-10 p.m. Featured artist Lori Wylie
The Village Galleries: Two featured artists for June. Rich Kenny and Erin Williams. 6-9pm. Refreshments will be served
Images Fine Art Gallery: Complimentary wine and live music
Longhi’s Artisan Fair: Showcasing Made on Maui artwork, jewelry, photography, clothing and more, 5-10 p.m.
Simon Jon Gallery: Unique Hawaiian wood bowls by artist Jonathan Somaoang, offering 10-20% off select items
Sargent’s Fine Art: Enjoy the music of Curt Lee every Friday Art Night at the gallery, featured artist: Roman Czerwinski from 7-10 pm.
Martin Lawrence Gallery: DJ Ron 7-10 p.m. Guest artist Francois Fressinier
Kingwell Island Art: Live music 6-8pm. Demonstration of Plein Air painting. Wine and pupu’s will be served.
Daryl Millard Gallery: Daryl will be painting at the easel and talking about his work.
Hale Zen-Gallery and Retail: sidewalk sale until 8pm
Contemporary Masters: Modern masters art sale 50 to 70% off.
Lahaina Printsellers has 3 featured artists: Nadine Ramelb/artist, Acqueline Mauvais/ artist and Will Herrera/ sculpture artist


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 rooftop 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


Fleetwood’s on Front Street – Lahaina welcomes its newest restaurant!

Long-time resident Mick Fleetwood has opened “Fleetwood’s on Front Street”, Lahaina’s newest restaurant!

Check out Fleetwood’s menu and signature cocktails, as well as their $35,000 (yep – that’s right!) Harley Burger.  You get a $15 burger and a $34,985 Harley-Davidson comes with it (one has already been sold)!

An American and Hawaiian flag tops the restaurant.  For fans who want to meet Mick, a special red flag is put up when he is in town!  At 6pm each night, the restaurant holds a torch ceremony to commemorate the Hawaiian culture, with the backdrop of a beautiful Lahaina sunset.

The restaurant is located at 749 Front Street and is topped by a huge covered deck with sweeping views of the West Maui Mountains, Lahaina waterfront, and the island of lanai.

Mac Lowson, the owner of the building on Front Street where the restaurant is located, said that (the building) has a checkered past.  It was built in 1916 during World War I and was intended to be “the center of the Germans’ Pacific empire.”  The thick walls are considered to be impregnable and built with twisted steel.

Fleetwood’s is currently open from 11am to 11pm on weekdays and until midnight on Friday and Saturday.  Like their Facebook at:


Na Kamehameha Commemorative Pa’u Parade & Hoolaulea – Saturday, June 16th


9am-HOOLAULEA 9:45am-PARADE 12pm – HOOKUPU CEREMONY 1pm – AWARDS Food and entertainment until 5pm

We honor the Kamehameha Lineage with a day of celebration and commemoration in the center of the first capital of Hawaii. Pau Parade will commence at 9:45am from Kenui St. down Front St. to Shaw St., Hookupu Ceremony, Games, Entertainment, Food, Crafters, Exhibits and Tours.

The Pa’u Parade will commence at 9:45 am from Kenui St. down Front St. to Shaw St. Six Commentary Stations along Front St, Longhi’s, Kimo’s, Cheeseburger in Paradise, Lahaina Pizza Co., Wharf Cinema Center, and Kamehameha Iki Park!

Festivities will take place on Saturday, June 16 at 9:00am at Kamehameha Iki Park. The parade will commence at 9:45am from Kenui St. down Front St. to Shaw St. Following the parade is a hookupu ceremony at Mokuula Ahu. The hoolaulea will include exhibits and tours by Friends of Mokuula, Hui O Waa Kaulua, Makahiki Games with Kula Kaiapuna ma Nahienaena, a pau awards presentation, food booths, Maui made crafters and entertainment. The festivities are scheduled to last until sunset.

Kamehameha Iki Park
505 Front Street
Lahaina, Hawaii 96761



Just Another Day In Paradise

We’ve put together a slideshow of Napili Point Resort for you.  We hope you enjoy the visit!



Join Napili Point Resort On Pinterest!

Napili Point Resort is now on Pinterest!

What is Pinterest? It’s a virtual pinboard where people from all over the world organize and share their interests and passions with photos and all the wonderful and beautiful things they find on the web.

Pinboards are literally limitless! People create pinboards to plan weddings, decorate their homes, visit places around the world, organize their favorite recipes, share nature, landscapes, beaches, gardens, holiday crafts, etc. or… come away to visit Napili Point Resort (and all things Maui)!

We invite you to follow our pinboards on Pinterest – it’s free to sign up and use.  This is a really great and fun way to discover new things and get inspiration from people who share your interests.  You will love it!


Video of 2010 Tsunami at Maui Lahaina Harbor

As we approach the 1-year anniversary of the devastating tsunami in Japan, we thought you might find this video of the tsunami at the Lahaina Harbor here on Maui.  This video was taken about 9 1/2 hours after the first wave hit.  The “all clear” had been given by the Civil Defense Department.

Tsunami Maui Lahaina Harbor


Friday Party Tonight in Lahaina

Here’s all the info taken from the Maui site.  For info on the activities for every Friday Night, click on this link:

Lahaina Friday Town Party
January 13, 2012, 6-9 p.m.

“Front Street – Great Street” is the theme for January’s Second Friday in Lahaina, which celebrates the selection of Front Street as one of the 10 Great Streets in America for 2011 by the American Planning Association.

The streets of Lahaina will be adorned with fresh flowers to celebrate this first-time honor for Hawaii.


  • The Wharf Cinema Center
    • Live entertainment at center stage with Lui Williams and I Kona Maui Lima Halau from 5-7 p.m.
    • Polynesian artisans carving at the Wharf’s Front Street entrance will offer a 10% discount
    • Seaside Henna: Buy one get one free henna tattoo service
    • Blue Lagoon Lahaina: (in the downstairs atrium) 15% Kamaʻaina discount
    • Cool Cat Café: Live Music with Bob James and the Drive with no cover charge plus 20% Kamaʻaina discount
    • Captain Jack’s Island Grill: Live Music with Dave Carroll from 7:30 – 10 p.m., no cover plus 20% Kama`aina discount
  • Hard Rock Café: Patio Party with beer garden, live music by Evan Shulman, 6-9 p.m., no cover charge plus 15% off food
  • Kimo’s Restaurant: Willie K, 9-11p.m., no-cover coupons available at the Lahaina Visitor’s Center (at the old Lahaina Courthouse)
  • Kobe Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar: 20% off teppanyaki dining (not to be combined with any other offers)
  • The Pioneer Inn: Wilmont Kahaialiʻi, 6-9 p.m., no cover charge, most of the pupu menu under $5, drink specials $2 to $5, plus 15% Kamaʻaina discount
  • Blessing and flash mob by `Ulalena performers, 6 p.m., on boardwalk outside of Hard Rock Cafe


  • Peter Lik Gallery: Drawing for a Peter Lik signed Big Book, DJ Scotty D playing, special promotions on art and serving wine and light pupu
  • Sargents Art Gallery: Painting by Roman Czerwinski, music by Curtis Lee and serving wine
  • Images Fine Art: Hosting local artist, Julie Houck, glass blowing demonstrations and wine
  • Higgins Harte Gallery: Featuring local artist Lowell Mapes and serving wine and refreshments
  • Gallery 505: Featuring Pop artist Davo, live painting
  • Village Gallery: Hosting local artists and serving wine and pupu
  • Martin Lawrence Gallery: Serving wine and pupu
  • Lahaina Galleries: Hosting a guest artist and serving wine
  • Thomas Barbey Art Gallery: Special promotions on art, serving wine
  • Lahaina Print Sellers: Serving wine, special promotions on selected pieces


  • Lahaina Restoration Foundation will feature its free monthly series Haʻina Hou! (Let the Story be Told!) at the Wo Hing Museum and Baldwin Home Museum from 6 to 9 p.m.
    • Baldwin Home Museum
      • Presentation: “Healing Practices of the 1800s”, 6:30 p.m.
      • Dr. Baldwin, in addition to being a missionary, was a practicing physician on Maui in the mid 1800s. His medical tools and their uses will be discussed. A traditional Hawaiian healer will also demonstrate ancient Hawaiian healing techniques still being used today.
      • The popular, weekly Candlelit Tour of the Baldwin Home will be held from 6 – 8:30 p.m. There is a $8 charge per person for the tour which includes a tour of the Wo Hing Museum. Children, accompanied by a paying adult, are free.
    • The Wo Hing Museum
      • Presentation on Chinese New Year and Lion Dance, 6:30 and 8:30 p.m.
      • Keiki crafts such as include paper lantern making, puppets and fans, and “Year of the Dragon” items and fresh produce for sale.



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