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8 friends, 1 extraordinary year! Tickets available at the Maui OnStage Box Office (808) 242-6969, and online at www.mauionstage.com.
11th Annual Nationally Sanctioned Event. 25 Target - Marked Animals. Divisions include; Freestyle, Barebow Bow hunter, Barebow Freestyle or Traditional (Recurved or LongBow). Age groups include: Cubs (11 & Under), Youth (12-14), Young Adults (15-17), Adults, (18 & above), Guests and Olympic Class. Entry forms and events details can be obtained by calling Aki Kawano at 808-553-3366 or Moses Luczon at 808-553-5780. Spectators are welcome at no additional charge. Event apparel as well as food & beverage booths will be available at the tournament.
7:30 pm, Pavilion/ Amphitheater. Free Family Fun - Starry Night Cinema, features the animated, fantasy-musical film from Disney, Enchanted. Bring a blanket or beach chair to relax on the A&B Amphitheater lawn and enjoy casual dining, drink specials and music.
9a-4p. Hana 'Imi Na'auao (pursuit of knowledge). Silent auction, lucky draw, local food, local music, cultural demonstration, keiki activities, local crafts and more. For more information, contact Meiling Hoopai at 248-8622.
6-10 pm, Pavilion/ Amphitheater. MACC's signature fundraiser gala is celebrated under the stars in Yokouchi Pavilion and A&B Amphitheater. This year's theme is Nā Lei O Hawai‘i. Enjoy delectable pūpū created by chefs from stellar Maui restaurants paired with premium wines served by vintners from outstanding wineries around the country. The evening begins with sweet island sounds and ends with dancing to Jimmy Mac & the Kool Kats. For tickets call 808-242-7469.
8am-3pm: Visitor Center & Kanuimanu Ponds viewing area open to the public.
9:30am-10:30am and 1-2pm: 11-minute movie “America’s National Wildlife Refuge System: Where Wildlife Comes First” to be shown continuously.
11am-12 noon: A talk entitled, “Kealia Pond National Wildlife Refuge: Wetland Wonders” will be held at the Visitor Center.
Visitors to the refuge will have access to the Kealia Pond National Wildlife Refuge visitor center and Kanuimanu Ponds where they can learn about and view Hawaii’s endangered Hawaiian stilt (ae‘o) and Hawaiian coot (‘alae ke‘oke‘o) and other native wetland birds. Refuge staff and volunteers will be available to provide information and answer questions.
8 pm, Castle Theater. Los Angeles rapper Mickey Avalon is known for his graphic lyrics and bad-boy, punk-rock style. For tickets call 808-242-7469.
7:30 pm, Castle Theater. Two of America's most beloved soul groups, The Shirelles and The Manhattans, will deliver nonstop hit songs in this Maui Summer Soul Concert. For tickets call 808-242-7469.
7 pm, McCoy Studio Theater. Part 3 in the Man/Woman and Nature Series - Four public conversations on the relationship of humans to the natural world Biomimicry studies nature and attempts to imitate its designs and processes to solve human problems. For tickets call 808-242-7469.
5-7:30 pm, Maui’s newest attraction, the Story of Hawaii Museum, Gift Shop & Gallery located in the Maalaea Shops, is holding a grand opening celebration on Friday, August 17, 2012 from 5-7:30pm featuring live music, entertaining presentations, and refreshments. As part of the celebration, the museum is launching a regular series, “Hawaiian History Evenings” with Mele Fong. Admission to the grand opening celebration is free and the public is invited to attend. For more information, call Bryant Neal at 283-3576, or visit www.storyofhawaiimuseum.com.
3:30 pm, Castle Theater. As part of the 2012 Maui Masterworks Festival, Musical Voices Maui presents Haydn's Oratorio, The Creation, considered to be the composer's greatest work. Conducted by Robert E. Wills, this year's Maui Masterworks performance features a group of over 130 musicians and singers for a truly captivating concert. For tickets call 808-242-7469.
7:30 pm, McCoy Studio Theater. Grammy Award Winner George Kahumoku Jr. hosts Slack Key Masters each month and opens the show with his musical and storytelling talents. Led Ka‘apana is known as the Hawaiian “grand master” of stringed instruments, particularly slack key guitar. For tickets: www.mauiarts.org or call 242-SHOW (7469)
7:30 pm, McCoy Studio Theater. Hawai‘i’s popular comedian and on-air personality Augie T brings his hilarious local humor to the stage this summer for a night of laugh-out-loud fun. Special guest is Jose Dynamite, who has been performing stand-up in Hawai‘i for eight years. For tickets call 808-242-7469.
9a-12p, across from War Memorial Stadium. MNBG joins forces with KPOA 93.5 FM for a day of Hawaiian plants and family fun! Purchase Hawaiian plants from various local growers, participate in free keiki activities, refreshments available, with entertainment provided by KPOA 93.5 FM! Free admission and free parking.
5:30 pm, Gates open at 5 pm, Pavilion/ Amphitheater. Making a stop on Maui fresh off his Solid Love Tour and all the way from Jamaica is leading reggae artist Beres Hammond. For tickets call 808-242-7469.
Learn the names of the fish you've seen while snorkeling with the help of a knowledgeable Pacific Whale Foundation naturalist at Pacific Whale Foundation's free Coral Reef Information Station. A great place to visit if you're new to snorkeling in Hawaii. Learn how you can help protect the reef as you explore it! Sponsored by the Hawaii Tourism Authority. Available every Sunday through Thursday, 9 am until 12 pm. For information, call 249-8811.
Retro Color Explosion! The Maui Youth & Family Services (MYFS) signature event will be held on Saturday, August 6, 2011 at the Fairmont Kea Lani Resort in Wailea, from 8:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. Tickets are $125 and $150
6:30 pm Obon service followed by Obon dance starting at 7:30 pm - 113 Puanani Place, Kula. A Japanese Buddhist custom honoring the departed spirits of ancestors.
6:30 pm Obon service followed by Obon dance starting at 7:30 pm - 551 Wainee Street, Lahaina. A Japanese Buddhist custom honoring the departed spirits of ancestors.
6:00 pm Obon service followed by Obon dance starting at 7:00 pm - 120 Alawai Road, Paia. A Japanese Buddhist custom honoring the departed spirits of ancestors.
7:30 pm, McCoy Studio Theater. Described as "iconoclastic" and "inventive" by The New York Times and "one of the classical guitar world’s foremost personalities," by Classical Guitar Magazine, Benjamin Verdery has enjoyed an eclectic world-wide musical career. For tickets: www.mauiarts.org or call 242-SHOW (7469)
6:30 pm, Castle Theater. This award-winning film stars Willie K, Eric Gilliom and Carolyn Omine, and features Charles Ka‘upu, Augie T, Jake Shimabukuro, Amy Hanaiali‘i, Henry Kapono, Mick Fleetwood and more. It's your last chance this year to see Hawaii's most talked-about film! For tickets: www.mauiarts.org or call 242-SHOW (7469)
Drive out to Keanae and hike Piinaau Road up the beautiful Keanae Valley. The area is also known as the Koolau Gap because lava from Haleakala used to flow down through this valley to the sea in ancient times. Meet at 8:30 am at the Haiku Community Center to carpool. Bring bathing suit, lunch, water and sun screen. Limit 18. EMI WAIVER REQUIRED. MUST BRING WAIVER ON HIKE AND SHOW TO HIKE LEADER. Hike leader: Mitch Skaggerberg. Call Mitch at 875-4970 to register.
June 26, July 24, August 28; 10:30 am - 1:30 pm.
The purpose of the “Ha” Breath O’hana is to create an on-going community of breathers committed to clearing their own family of origin limiting core programs and patterns in a deep, profound, easy and graceful way at all levels so that each individual and the group as a whole experiences optimal practical life aliveness, health and well being. Our monthly Saturday morning community will have a topic each month including Conception, Birth, Sibling relations Your Most Negative Belief about Yourself, Money, Work/Service, Pleasure/Celebrations, Conflict, Relationship with God/Spirit/Whatever, Food/Nurturance, Death and more. Additionally, the purpose will be to be able to learn to use the skills and processes on your own between our O’hana gatherings. Pre-register and Bring Pencil, Paper, Comfy Blanket and Pillow are available or you may bring your own for lying down. Cost: $39 each or $99 for all three.