local maui county events

What's happening in Maui County? Check out our events calendar.

Jun

02

Molokai Kamehameha Celebration

Molokai Kamehameha Celebration was founded by the late Heli Silva Ducaroy. Heli was appointed to the State King Kamehameha Day- Molokai Commissioner seat back in June of 2020. Heli had a vision to bring this Statewide Holiday alive here on Molokai.

Jun

03

Maui AgFest & 4-H Livestock Fair

The AgFest is presented for all of Maui to learn more about agriculture; to meet farmers and ranchers; and to enjoy Maui’s agriculture history and culture.

Jun

03

Explore Hawaiian Wearable Kapa Making Techniques

In this two day, in-depth, workshop students will learn construction and manufacturing techniques of making malo, pā‘ū, and kīhei.

Jun

03

Learn to Play Konane

Learn the ancient Hawaiian strategy board game of Konane. Played on a board or stone, similar to checkers, the object of the game is to block the opponent from further moves.

Jun

03

Pūlehu Rd Monthly Cleanup Event

Join us on Pulehu Road for our monthly cleanup event.

Jun

03

ArT=Mixx: INSTINCT

The theme for this edition: INSTINCT, is aligned with the current Anima: Doorways of Perception exhibit. This edition of ArT=Mixx features: Music by DJs Boomshot and Sole, Konkoba Drum & Dance Ensemble, Performing Artists Interactive Art & Installations by Athena Medina

Jun

06

Nexamp Virtual Community Meeting for Piiholo Road Solar

Jun

06

Good Fix Hana

Maui Humane Society & Greater Good Charities’ Good Fix are bringing a veterinary team to perform FREE spay/neuter and FREE vet exams to Hāna, June 6-8! Drop off your dogs, cats or any free roaming cat to Hāna High & Elementary School Gymnasium June 6-8 for FREE same day surgery.

Jun

08

Nexamp Virtual Community Meeting for Makawao Solar

Makawao Solar is proposed to be built off Haleakala Highway above and adjacent to King Kekaulike High School in Makawao.

Jun

10

Foods from Koa Haole with Sunny Savage & GoFarm Hawaiʻi

Learn from Sunny Savage, an accomplished forager and creator of the Savage Kitchen App, about identifying, harvesting, processing, and eating this invasive species.

Jun

10

Maui Keiki Club at Maui Mall Village

Keiki who are 12 years and under are welcome to attend this free event which will feature vibrant summer-themed crafts and refreshing treats from Tasaka Guri Guri Shop (while supplies last).

Jun

17

Awalau Farm's Enchanted Farm Journey

Looking for a magical adventure? Look no further than Awalau Farm's Enchanted Farm Journey! Get up close and personal with unicorns, dragons, golden sheep, exotic alpacas, and so much more!

Jun

17

Zenshin Daiko's 24th Annual Taiko Festival Concert With guest artists Peaceful Forest

Zenshin Daiko's 24th Annual Taiko Festival Concert will be a celebration of outstanding musicianship played with upbeat fun and boundless heart! They will be joined by the Peaceful Forest, a lovely group consisting of Takumi Kato an independent Japanese Taiko drum artist of the highest caliber and his three children!

Jul

01

Large Batch Kūlolo Making with Namea Hoshino & GoFarm Hawaiʻi

Namea will teach participants to harvest, handle and process the kalo and niu (coconut), and go through the process of making kūlolo in large batches.

Jul

01

2023 Lāna'i Pineapple Festival

Lāna'i Community Association presents a craft fair with games, crafts, exhibits and ono food at Dole Park on Lāna'i, with ferries from Expeditions

Jul

01

Pūlehu Rd Monthly Cleanup Event

Join Mālama Maui Nui and Pūlehu Posse in helping to keeping Pulehu Road clean at our monthly cleanup.

Jul

06

Rediscovering History: The Birth of Museums, Libraries and Archives in Hawaii

This summer’s presentation will feature portrayals of: Robert Crichton Wyllie, Minister of Foreign Affairs under King Kamehameha III, whose collection formed the basis of the Hawaiʻi State Archives. Edna Allyn, teacher and librarian whose work led to what is now the Hawaii Public Library system. George R. Carter, 2nd Territorial Governor and avid collector, whose collection helped form the basis of the Hawaiian Mission Houses Archives.

Jul

11

Young Artmakers 2023

The MACC is offering a summer visual arts education program, Young Artmakers, in the Schaefer International Gallery.

Jul

15

Identifying & Taste Testing Kalo & Lau with Namea Hoshino

Students will get an overview of heritage Hawaiian kalo varieties and taste test a selection of cooked corm and leaf from within the MNBG collection.

Jul

28

Youth Art Exhibition

This unique exhibition showcases the work of 250+ youth participating in the Hui’s summer arts programming. The result is an explosion of vibrant creativity that features the extraordinary possibilities unlocked by community visual arts education.

Jul

28

Imu Building Workshop with Ikaika Nakahashi

This two-day, in-depth workshop will teach many aspects and benefits of cooking in an imu (traditional Hawaiian underground oven). Hands-on instruction will include how to plan, build, and cook from an imu.

Jul

30

START WITH A CART Competition at Queen Ka'ahumanu Center

Hawaii-based brands are invited to compete for 3-months of FREE rent at Queen Ka’ahumanu Center. The public is invited to shop the pop-up brands on Saturday, July 30 in Center Court between 10am–5pm and TEXT-TO-VOTE in support of their favorite brand.

Aug

19

Processing Lau Hala for Ulana (Weaving) with Gail Kuba

This hands-on class will show how to select, harvest, de-thorn, process, including a process to “bleach” green lau into cream color; and strip lau hala leaves for weaving. The class will end with making a simple 3-strand kūpe‘e (bracelet) and start a 5-strand to finish on your own.

Sep

16

‘Ōhi‘a Seed Conservation Workshop with Dr. Marian Chau

This workshop is part of a series in the Rapid ‘Ōhi‘a Death Seed Banking Initiative, which aims to expand capacity for collection and banking of ‘ōhi‘a seeds across all islands in response to the ROD crisis. It is free and open to anyone who wants to learn how to properly collect, handle, and process ‘ōhi‘a seeds, without doing harm to trees or forests, using methods that protect seed viability and ensure conservation value for future restoration.

Sep

23

"Ka pili oha mai kaʻāina a ka moana ke kalo" The interconnections Between Land, Sea, & Kalo with Namea Hoshino

Learn about Hawaiian land, sea, animal, plant names and their connections to kalo varieties names with MNBG Hawaiian Cultivars Manager Namea Hoshino.

Oct

21

60th Anniversary Gala

An island-style paina under the Maui stars, hosted by the famous Old Lāhainā Lū‘au.

Dec

02

Wreath Making with Native Hawaiian Plants

Make a holiday wreath with living, growing native plants OR cut, green, and dried native plants.

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