It’s already the end of June, and before you know it, summer break will be over. So take advantage of the sun, beaches, and hikes while you can! Here are some weekend ideas.

Go to the Drive-In Movies

Hop in the car with the family for a movie night! On Saturday, June 27th at 7pm, watch Sonic the Hedgehog at Mulligans on the Blue. Food and drink will be available for purchase, doors open at 630pm and the movie begins when it gets dark! $20 advance tickets on Eventbrite,  $25 at the door. Mulligans on the Blue. 100 Kaukahi St, Kihei.

Climb the Hexapod

If you haven’t tried the new Adventure Park Maui, now is a good time to make a reservation with 60% off tickets. With almost 50 high and low climbing elements and two freefall activities, families can choose their level of excitement. Slots are limited so book online at Adventure Park Maui, 78 Ulupono St, Lahaina.

Score Mangoes and Lychee

Get up early and go to one of the longest-running farmer’s markets every Saturday from 7 am – 11 am. With many local farmers selling gorgeous produce, there are also other locally-made products to explore. Upcountry Farmer’s Market. Located at the Kula Malu Town Center Hwy. 37 near Long’s Drugs, Pukalani/Kula.  

Attend a Slackkey Festival

The Maui Arts & Culture Center presents the 29th Annual Slackkey Festival online this Sunday, June 28 from 1-4pm. The virtual event will feature 10 of some of Hawaii’s finest acoustic guitar artists performing a variety of music. Artists include LT Smooth, Bobby Moderow, George Kuo, Danny Carvalho, Stephen Inglis, Brother Noland, Tavana, Dwight Kanae, Kamuela Kahoano, and Ian O’Sullivan. View via the Festival’s Facebook Page.

Play Games

We know your kids have been asking! As of Friday, June 26th, both Fun Factories—at the Maui Mall and at Queen Ka’ahumanu Center—are both open. Go explore the now open shops and hit up the Fun Factory to close out the day.