It’s time for candy corn, costumes, and a spooktacular season of Halloween-themed happenings island-wide. Check back to this page as we add new events. Email us at email@example.com to be added.
The County of Maui is partnering with a number of community groups and organizations to create safe, alternative Halloween activities for keiki and families to enjoy on Saturday, Oct. 31. Read more here.
Kula Country Farms Pumpkin Patch
Open every day in the month of October. 9am-4pm
Kula Country Farms • 6240 Kula Highway
Admission: $3. Under 2 free.
Gorgeous views while picking pumpkins of all sizes. Fun photo opportunities throughout the farm. Shop the farm stand filled with local produce. *Tip: Avoid the crowds and wait by going on a weekday morning. kulacountryfarmsmaui.com
Friday, Oct 30th from 630pm:9pm
Seabury Hall • Enter from 480 Olinda Road
Admission is a cash or food donation to the Maui Food Bank.
Seabury Hall-Oween is a family-friendly spooky drive-through event. As vehicles creep oh so slowly and wind through campus, families will be welcomed by a bunch of wild googly-eyed minions and a coven of spell chanting witches, be entertained by the talented Thriller Dancers, and the chilling sounds of a frightful collection of drummers. Best of all, passengers on this spooky car ride will be spellbound by the musical wailing of Seabury Hall spirits at a haunted Cooper House. Look for all of your favorite costumed actors as our students create a fun adventure for all. There will be lots of surprises, including family safe candy chutes designed and built by engineering classes that will serve up fun for the trick-or-treaters in the cars! seeburyhall.org
A Haiku Halloween Parade
Due to current events and county rules on gatherings, instead of a trunk or treat this year the PTA would like to invite the community to be a part of their Haiku parade. They will meet and begin at 105 Pauwela Rd (Haiku School) at 4:30 and decorated cars will drive through a predetermined route through Haiku dressed up and waving to the residence. They will travel up to the Giggle Hill Park, turn around and head back to the Post Office intersection, traveling Haiku Road, down to Pauwela Cannery, and then over to Ulumalu Road to the Jaws Country Store before heading back to school along Hana Highway. Jaws Country Store has graciously allowed roadside parking along the highway for the community to view the parade. On the flipside, residences along the route are encouraged to decorate their house dress up, and wave as the parade passes. We have several families hosting small block parties or viewing areas, please contact us for more info or let us know you’ll be participating. We hope that the community will be able to engage in this social distancing event in order for children to have an opportunity to safely celebrate the holiday.
Island Art Party Halloween Family Class
Sunday October 25 @ 2:00 pm – 4:30 pm
Island Art Party • 1279 S. Kihei Rd #109
$59 • 8 years and older
An extra Spooky Halloween Family Class! Join them for ‘Unicorn’~ Dress in costume and entry is $5.00 off! Costume contest and prizes for the best dressed! islandartparty.com
Friday, October 30th, 2020. Doors open 5 pm, film starts at 630pm.
Mulligan’s on the Blue, 100 Kaukahi St
$25 per vehicle • http://bit.ly/kamaliiptacoco
Maui Tumbler’s Ninja Night Halloween
Saturday, October 24, 2020 from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM
The Gym Maui/Makena CrossFit, Kihei • 300 Ohukai Rd B2 -202
$50 • 5-11 years
A special Halloween Ninja Night with a fun spooky atmosphere and extra tricks and treats. There will be a mask costume contest starting at 5:15pm. Best mask design will win a prize! Categories will include: funniest, scariest, most creative, cutest, best group, best superhero. mauitumblers.com
Spooktacular Family Fun
Lahaina Cannery Mall
Located on the North end of Lahaina Town fronting Honoapiilani Highway and Front Street.
Lahaina Cannery invites Maui residents to partake in some Spooktacular Family Fun when they host their Virtual Halloween Costume Contest and Spooky Keiki Crafts Event during the month of Spooktober. Between 10 am on October 20th and 12 pm on October 30th, parents can enter their keiki in a Virtual Costume Contest by posting a photo of their child in costume on Facebook or Instagram. Spooktacular prizes will be awarded for four age categories, and winners will be announced via social media on Halloween Day, October 31st at 12 pm.
In addition, parents can bring their keiki aged 10 and under to Lahaina Cannery for in-person and socially distanced Spooky Keiki Crafts and Games on October 24th and 25th from 11 am to 3 pm. Activities include BOO-tiful Halloween coloring pages, face mask decorating, and freaky Halloween themed games. Plus, each keiki will receive an exciting “bag-o-treats” when crafts are completed. Reservations for seating are required due to social distancing requirements and can be made at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/125219997383. Can’t stay for crafts? Stop by and pick up a coloring page and face mask to decorate at home with no reservations needed. For more details visit www.lahainacannery.com.
Friday and Saturdays in October
Maui Paint Ball • 814 Honoapiilani Hway, Lahaina
Early registration $20, $35 regular • 9 and up
Not for the faint of heart, Maui Paint Ball is hosting a new “Halloween Hunt”. Keep the hoards of zombies, clowns, and ghouls away as you and your group of 2 to 9 people fight for your life to make it through alive. mauipaintball.com
Capture a Pic with the Ku’ia Skeleton
For the month of October
M-F 10am-2pm, Sat 10am-3pm
Maui Kuia Estate • 78 Ulupono St Suite 1
Celebrate Spooky Season with your deiki at the Chocolate Factory! All month long, any keiki that takes a picture with our hidden Ku’ia skeleton will get a special chocolate treat. Mauichocolate.com.
Imua Family Services and Mahi Pono’s 1st Annual Fall Harvest
Saturday, Oct 24th from 9am-2pm
Yokouchi Family Estate (enter at the Lower Gate off Koele St)
Pre-order for pick up at the drive-through event: pulehunuifarmmarket.com.
Drive through trick or treating, pumpkins, produce boxes, papaya, potatoes, honey. All proceeds of pumpkin sales and honey will support Imua Family Services. imuafamily.org mahipono.com
Saturday, Oct 25th from 4pm-8pm
Kahului Shopping Center, 65 W. Ka’ahunmanu Avenue
Enjoy a special Maui Sunday Market with a pet costume contest, keiki candy lane, and keiki costume contest.
Virtual Costume Contest
Oct 23rd at 10am through Oct 30th ending at 12pm
*POST a photo in costume on Facebook or Instagram (only 1 platform)
*Add AGE CATEGORY in the caption
*PETS are to register at www.mauihumanesociety.org with a $10 donation*
Pumpkin Carving and Painting Contest
Azeka Shopping Center • South Kihei Road
It is the Spooky Season at Azeka Shopping Center! The Kihei shopping center is celebrating Halloween virtually this year with an Azeka Pumpkin Carving & Painting Contest. Families who are carving and designing pumpkins for Halloween are encouraged to join the virtual contest between October 24th and October 31st. Participants can submit a photo of their creation by using the hashtag #AzekaPumpkinParty in the Facebook or Instagram caption and tagging @azekamaui.
Entries are open to all families and all ages with a chance to win $50 in “Azeka Gift Card Bucks”, plus bragging rights. Winners will be chosen based on two prize categories “Spookiest Pumpkin” and “Most Creative Pumpkin”. The keiki can create their own masterpiece by painting a miniature pumpkin. Please ensure your profile page privacy is set to public in order to enter the contest. More information can be found by calling (808) 879-5000, at azekashoppingcenter.com, or on social media at @azekamaui.