Friday, April 1, 2011

Maui April Calendar of Events

Aloha All,

Welcome to Maui's Upcoming Events...

So many wonderful events to look forward to this month. Come and enjoy!!!

Much Aloha,

Maui County Product Enrichment Program 2011

A P R I L E v e n t s

Please contact event organizers for more information, subject to change.

Wailuku First Friday
April 1
Market Street, Wailuku
Friday’s 6 -8:30 pm streetfest features magician Brenton Keith, live music bands, a poetry slam, arts and crafts, ono food booths, a traditional awa bar and beer garden, and more. Come support Aloha for Japan.
Information: (808) 878-1888

Maui OnStage ONO Series

April 11
Iao Theater, Wailuku
One Night Only presents at 6:30 pm I Honor My Earth, a free show with music and theater to honor Earth Day.
Information: (808) 244-8680 or

Hawaiian Music Series

April 14
Baldwin Home Museum, Lahaina
Hawaiian falsetto Kaniala Masoe is the featured performer at a free concert from 11 am to 12:30 pm on the Baldwin Home Museum lawn facing Front Street.
Information: (808) 661-3262 or

Maui Community Band Concert
April 15
Grand Wailea Resort, Wailea
The Maui Invitational Music Festival series presents a Hawaiian themed concert featuring performances by guest musicians and the Maui Community Band premiering an arrangement of Hawai`i 5-0 and medley of music by Israel Kamakawiwo`ole. Enjoy the sunset and this free oceanfront concert at 5 pm.
Information: (808) 283-3576 or

Celebration of the Arts
April 22-23
Ritz Carlton Resort, Kapalua
The 19th annual festival of Hawaiian arts offers two days of free hands-on art activities and displays, entertainment, a mele contest and panel discussions on cultural traditions aligned with this year’s theme:
“E na aumakua - a call to our ancestors and all things natural.”
Information: (808) 669-6200 or

Henry K. Allen Steel Guitar Festival

April 29 – May 1
Kaanapali Beach Resort, Lahaina
A celebration of the Hawaiian steel guitar and legendary musician Henry Kaleialoha Allen, featuring free guest performances starting at 5:30 pm on Friday and Saturday, along with cultural and hands-on music workshops throughout the weekend, and entertainment at Sunday brunch.
Information: (808) 283-3576 or

Maui Classical Music Festival

April 29 – May 6
Makawao, Kapalua, Makena & Hana
The 30th annual chamber music festival gets underway April 29 with a performance of “Amadeus – The Magical Life and Music of Mozart” narrated by Howard Dicus. Four unique concerts follow, all performed by world class visiting musicians. On May 2 & 6, the Makena Beach Resort is offering concert attendees a buffet dinner special before the 7 pm performances at Keawalai Church.
Information and tickets: (808) 874-9372 or

Ethnobotanical Garden Tours

Maui Nui Botanical Gardens, Kahului
Interpreted tour covers the natural history, conservation and ethnobotanical uses of native Hawaiian and Polynesian introduced plants. Offered Tuesdays and Fridays, 10 – 11:30 am by reservation and donation.
Information: (808) 249-2798 or

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