Monday, August 30, 2010

Maui's Calendar for September 2010

September – November

Olinda Polo Field
(808) 877-7744
Every Sunday at 1:00 p.m.

Sept 2010 Lanai's Festival of Aloha

Island of Lana'i
(808) 565-6066
Lanai's Festival of Aloha is a premier cultural showcase. A celebration of Hawaiian music, dance and history, this Festival is intended to preserve Lanai's unique island traditions. The Island of Lanai extends an open invitation to everyone to come, explore and discover what Hawaii's most enticing island has to offer.

3rd Wailuku Town's First Friday Celebration

Market Street, Wailuku
(808) 871-5500
Enjoy Wailuku Town's monthly Street Fest, featuring live entertainment, foods, music and shopping in Wailuku's historic town. Free admission. This event is sponsored by the Hawaii Tourism Authority.

4th Maui Channel Swim

Lanai to Kaanapali, Maui
(808) 338-0722  or (808) 652-4740
Individuals or six-member teams compete for multiples prizes and one grand prize, followed by an awards banquet in Kaanapali

4th Uluwehi Guerrero Presents, "Na Mele O Ku'u Pu'uwai"

Castle Theatre, Maui Arts & Cultural Center
(808) 242-7469
Maui's own Kumu Hula and Na Hoku Hanohano Award-winning Male Vocalist Uluwehi Guerrero, along with Halau Hula Kauluokala presens "Na Mele O Ku'u Pu'uwai: Songs of my Heart". This highly anticipated concert will be an evening of song and dance, with an incredible selection of performers. Contact the box office for tickets or more information.

6th Maui Aumakua 2.4 Mile Swim And Maui Sprint Mile

Maluaka Beach, Makena Resort
(808) 338-0722 or (808) 652-4740 or
 4th annual USMS & USA-S sanctioned ocean swim fronting Maui Prince Hotel, Makena Resort

9th Hawaiian Music Series

Baldwin Home Museum, Lahaina
(808) 661-3262
A free Hawaiian concert, 11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., on the lawn of the historic Baldwin Home Museum facing Front Street. Local Seniors create colorful leis on-site. Free admission. This event is sponsored by the Hawaii Tourism Authority.

11th 5th Annual Ka Mai Ka Hula

Castle Theatre, Maui Arts & Cultural Center
(808) 242-7469
5th annual hula festival, this international competition features group and solo dancers from Japan as well as Hawaii Nei. Groups compete in male and female categories, along with solo performances in kahiko and auana. This festival also has a kupuna division. Contact the box office for tickets or more information.

18th Maui Tacos 5K Fun Run/Walk

Whalers Village, Kaanapali Resort
(808) 280-5801
A 5K Fun Run/Walk through Kaanapali Resort

18th The Run Forrest Run Front Street Mile Race

Front Street, Lahaina
(808) 280-5801

10th annual race with elite milers and youth competing in this one-mile sprint on Front Street

19th Maui Half Marathon

Kaanapali Resort
(808) 280-5801
7th annual half marathon, 6.55 miles, begins and ends at Whalers Village

19th Maui Marathon

Kahului to Kaanapali Resort
(808) 280-5801
40th annual 26.2 mile race begins at Queen Kaahumanu Center, ending in Kaanapali Resort, recognized as one of the most scenic marathons in the USA.

25th Haleakala National Park Fee Free Day

Mauna Haleakala, Maui
(808) 572-4400  or (808) 572-4445
The National Park Service and Haleakala National Park will host fee free days to all visitors at national park sites, national wildlife refuges, and certain Bureauof Land Management sites. These fee free days are designed to invite new audiences to the parks and to encourage fitness and outdoor recreation. The fee waiver covers entrance, commercial tour fees, and transportation entrance fees.

26th Na Wahine O Ke Kai

“Women Of The Sea”
Hale O Lono Harbor, Molokai
(808) 259-7112

30th annual women’s 40-mile Moloka‘i to O’ahu six person outrigger canoe race

30th – Oct 3rd Maui County Fair

War Memorial Complex, Wailuku
(808) 242-2721
88th annual fair featuring arts & crafts, ethnic foods, amusements, rides and grand orchid exhibition.