Maui Family Weekend Guide February 7–9

Kahului Public Library
808-873-3097 • https://www.librarieshawaii.org/branch/kahului-public-library/ 
90 School St., Kahului

Friday Film Flicks at Kahului Library
Friday, February 7 • 2:30pm–4:30pm

Join us for some after-school movies in the children’s area in honor of Black History Month from 2:30-4:30pm every Friday this February:

February 7— The 1980’s classic is given a kung-fu twist in this 2010 flick starring Jaden Smith & Jackie Chan!

February 14—The amphibious animated Disney fairytale set in 20th century New Orleans.

February 21—A 2018 fantastical adventure film based on Madeleine L’Engle’s award-winning novel.

February 28—The 2018 animated superhero film that reveals young Miles Morales’ superhero origins.

For more details: https://www.librarieshawaii.org/branch/kahului-public-library/

All films are rated G or PG, but young children must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

Kahului Library Chess Club
Saturday, February 8 • 9am–11am
Ever wanted to learn to place chess? Or having a hard time finding opponents to play? Chess players of all ages and skill levels are invited to check out the Kahului Library Chess Club!

Storytime at Kahului Library
Saturday, February 8 • 10:30am–11:30am
Children and their parents/caregivers are welcome to join us for stories, songs, rhymes, and movement designed to foster early literacy skills and a love of reading. Most storytime sessions will end with a fun craft or activity. This program is best suited for preschool children, but older children are also welcome! All children must be accompanied by a parent or caregiver.

If you need an auxiliary aid/service or other accommodation due to a disability, please contact the library at least 7 days prior to the program date. We will make every attempt to fulfill all requests for accommodations. All programs are subject to change. For a list of upcoming library events, visit www.librarieshawaii.org/events

Maui Friday Town Parties
www.mauifridays.com

Wailuku First Friday
Friday, February 7 • 6pm–9pm
Market St., Wailuku

Wailuku First Friday is a FREE community street party, held from 6:00–9:00PM. The Wailuku First Friday event showcases dozens of artisans, handmade crafters and food vendors. For vendor information contact vendor coordinator Alan Takitani at 808.281.2801. For more information visit www.mauifridays.com

Market Street will be closed to vehicle traffic from 5:30PM. Maui Medical Group offers free parking during Wailuku First Friday at the facility’s lot, located near the Main/High Street intersection.

Maui Academy of Performing Arts
(808) 244-8760 • info@mauiacademy.org

Birds of a Feather
Friday, February 7 • Two Shows: 6:15pm & 7:30pm
2027 Main St., Wailuku

Maui Academy of Performing Arts is proud to present Birds of a Feather. In partnership with Small Town * Big Art, we are able to present two free performances of our School Performance tour.

Birds of a Feather has received amazing reviews from over 50 performances around Maui. It stars Logan Jacob Heller, Kathy Collins (who also wrote the incredible script), Kiegan Otterson, and Carlyn Leal, with Gilbert Emata playing accompaniment to beautiful songs written by Marti Kluth.

Entrance to the show is at 2027 Main Street. Shows begin at 6:15pm and 7:30pm.

Ke Kula ‘O Pi‘ilani
(808) 214-5006 • https://www.kekulaopiilani.com/
875 ʻĪao Valley Rd., Wailuku

Open House
Friday, February 7 • 5pm–8pm

E hele mai! For ʻohana interested in ʻāina-based, values-based Hawaiian education, Ke Kula ‘O Pi‘ilani is hosting an open house this Pōʻalima, February 7 at their ʻĪao Valley campus in the Hawaii Nature Center. He mau nīnau? Contact us at aloha@kekulaopiilani.com.

University of Hawaii – Maui College
https://maui.hawaii.edu/

“The Need To Grow” – Movie Screening and Q&A with Ag Inventor Michael Smith
Friday, February 7 • 6:30pm
UHMC – Kalama 103

Genius inventor Michael Smith(CEO Regentech), the star of this documentary is visiting Maui and UHMC is happy to host him for this movie evening. He has figured out how to do something in 4-5 days that takes nature 400 years to do… and it’s something that farmers and gardeners have been hoping for: His Green Power House transforms wood waste into biochar, electricity, fertilizer, biogas and more, helping to grow healthier soils and combat climate change. His REGENiSYS® Biostimulants activate phenomenal plant growth.

You’ve probably been hearing all the buzz about healthy soil lately. Healthy dirt turns out to be the key to save water, grow nutrient dense foods, reduce toxic chemical exposure, rebuild ecosystems, and even reverse climate change.

This emotional, surprising, award-winning film introduces you to three solution innovators – Michael Smith the inventor, a farmer, and an 8-year-old girl – who are working on ways to regenerate soils and heal our food system. Their stories have never been more beautifully told.

The Need to Grow is the story of resilience, hope, and innovation that the world needs right now.

It’s wonderfully narrated by actress / activist Rosario Dawson and brings together solutions for seed saving, composting, urban agriculture, activism, and Michael Smith’s high tech invention that could forever change ecosystem restoration on this planet.

This a great movie you don’t want to miss… and fun for the whole family. (TheNeedToGrow.com)

Islands of Hope-Maui
https://islandsofhopemaui.org/

Keiki Activity at Queen Ka‘ahumanu Center
Saturday, February 8

Keiki O Ka ʻĀina invites parents and children to have fun at the Islands of Hope-Maui kiosk at QKC on Feb. 8. Join us for a free keiki activity and learn about our free home visiting programs for keiki from birth to age 5 for families in Kahului, Wailuku, and Kihei. Bring the keiki for a fun time, free giveaways, and a chance to earn a $50 grocery gift card.

Doris Todd Christian Academy
579-9237 • www.doristoddchristian.org 
519 Baldwin Ave., Paia

Open House • Preschool–8th Grade
Saturday, February 8 • 9am–11am
This is a great opportunity to take a tour and meet our wonderful teachers and staff! Can’t make it at this date/time? Contact us to schedule a private tour at a time that works for you!

Pacific Whale Foundation
(808) 249-8811 • https://www.pacificwhale.org

Every year, Pacific Whale Foundation puts on the Maui Whale Festival, a series of events throughout the month of February to celebrate and educate about the marine animal they have been working for the past 40 years to protect – the humpback whale. There are plenty of fun and educational activities for your keiki to get enjoy!  

Whale Day and Parade of Whales 
Saturday, February 8 • 9am–3pm 
Kamaole 1 to Kalama Beach Park, Kihei

This year, PWF has partnered with Whale Trust, Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary and Division of Aquatic Resources, DLNR to bring back the famous Whale Day and Parade! You and your keiki can watch the parade as it travels from Kamaole 1 to Kalama, where the free Whale Day activities will be taking place, beginning at 10am. Explore Hawaiian culture with hula performances from halaus across Maui Nui, visit local non-profits and play games that teach about their organization’s work, enjoy a performance by the Banana Slug String Band, race your whale in the Wild & Wonderful Whale Regatta for prizes, and, in the keiki zone, find more games related to science and marine life, a DJ with interactive games, bubble machine, and hula lessons!

Keiki Concert Cruises 
Sunday, February 9 • 2pm–4pm
Maalaea Harbor

Keiki cruise for free with an adult (1 FREE keiki with every paying adult) on these special concert cruises, featuring the Banana Slug String Band Sunday on February 9. Let your keiki rock out to music created just for them! Visit www.mauiwhalefestival.org for more information.

Montessori School of Maui
(808) 573-0374 • www.momi.org
2933 Baldwin Ave., Makawao

Open House
Saturday, February 8 • 10am–12pm

Interested in a Montessori Education for your child? Come enjoy a student led tour with an opportunity to talk with teachers and staff. Parents and children are welcome.

There will be middle school student-led tours offered throughout the morning and interactive classroom time with teachers at your child’s age level, Toddler–8th grade.

Kihei Public Library
(808) 875-6833 • https://www.librarieshawaii.org/branch/kihei-public-library/
35 Waimāhaʻihaʻi St., Kihei

Saturday Storytime
Saturday, February 8 • 10:30am–11am

Especially for families who are unable to attend regular storytimes on Thursday or Friday mornings, come have fun with songs, stories, and creative movement, just right for young children. After the storytime, we will do a simple craft. Suitable for ages 2–5.

If you need an auxiliary aid/service or other accommodation due to a disability, please contact the library at least 7 days prior to the program date. We will make every attempt to fulfill all requests for accommodations. All programs are subject to change. For a list of upcoming library events, visit www.librarieshawaii.org/events

Island Art Party
(808) 419-6020 • https://www.islandartparty.com/
1279 S. Kihei Rd., #109, Kihei

‘Seahorse’ Family Paint Class
Saturday, February 8 • 2pm–4:30pm

Family paint class for ages 8 and up! Can you hold a paint brush? Do you know how to have a good time? Then you’re ready for Island Art Party! Put on an apron…have a seat…it’s time to paint and party! NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY. Just follow along as a Partista (Party Artist) provides step-by-step instructions in creating the featured painting. REGISTER on our website (www.islandartparty.com) or call us to save your seats.

‘Flamingo’ Family Paint Class
Saturday, February 9 • 2pm–4:30pm

Family paint class for ages 8 and up! Can you hold a paint brush? Do you know how to have a good time? Then you’re ready for Island Art Party! Put on an apron…have a seat…it’s time to paint and party! NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY. Just follow along as a Partista (Party Artist) provides step-by-step instructions in creating the featured painting. REGISTER on our website (www.islandartparty.com) or call us to save your seats.

Baldwin High School
(808) 727-3200 • baldwin.k12.hi.us/home
1650 Kaahumanu Ave., Kahului

Baldwin High School’s 5th Annual Block Party
Saturday, February 8 • 4pm–9pm

Baldwin High School’s fifth annual Block Party will be held from 4 to 9 p.m. Feb. 8 on the campus front lawn, in the cafeteria, Banyan Courtyard and library. This fun event will feature food booths and trucks, live entertainment, game zone, a craft fair, silent auction, Barnes & Noble book fair, Da Bounce Bouncing Castles and so much more has been added this year since the event has become more popular. All proceeds raised from the block party will benefit Baldwin High School clubs, sports teams, and organizations. Discounted presale scrips are available till 2/1.  Purchase Twenty $1 presale scrips for $18 at the school’s front office during regular business hours. For more information, call the school’s main office at (808) 727-3200 or email Jaye_Arakaki@baldwin.k12.hi.us

Down to Earth
(808) 877-2661 • www.downtoearth.org/
305 Dairy Rd., Kahului

Free Valentine’s Cookie Decorating Workshop
Sunday, February 9 • 10am–4pm

Free admission with proof of any purchase on 2/9/2020, no registration required. Held in the upstairs dining area of Down to Earth Kahului.

Bring your sweet-hearts to decorate a delicious vegan valentine’s day cookie.

Materials and cookie are all provided, all you have to do is show up and get creative!

The Lovin’ Spoonful
(706) 325-4467 • https://www.facebook.com/pg/lovinspoonfulmaui

Valentine’s Cookie Decorating Party
Sunday, February 9 • 10am–12pm
Island Art Party, 1279 S. Kihei Rd., Ste. 109, Kihei

Decorate cookies for a loved one or yourself with this fun holiday event. Fun for all ages. No experience required. All directions and supplies provided including assorted icing and sprinkles, tools and take home box. Pre-registration required and space is limited.
Choice of 1, 3, 6 cookies
$5 for 1 • $12 for 3 • $21 for 6

Message Lovin’ Spoonful Maui on Facebook to reserve and pay.

Roots School
(808) 250-7988 • www.rootsmaui.org
740 Haiku Road, Haiku

Children’s Fair
Sunday, February 9 • 2pm–5pm 
This year, the fun event will celebrate Dr. Seuss! Grab your Cat in the Hat and join us for crafts, games, food, balloon animals, magic show and student performances! A super silent auction will offer hotel stays, restaurant certificates, spa packages and more! All proceeds benefit the school’s Tuition Aid Program.

The Keiki Playhouse
808-268-7267 • www.thekeikiplayhouse.com


275 W. Kaahumanu Ave, Kahului
Friday Night “Date Night” Special
Every Friday Night • 4pm–9pm
20% off Drop-in Childcare Service.

Maui Ocean Center
808-270-7000 • www.mauioceancenter.com
Schedule subject to change.

‘Ukulele Lessons
Mon.–Fri. • 11am–1pm • February, March, & April
Learn how to play one of Hawaii’s most iconic musical instruments with one of our various instructors. Five guests per class, appropriate for ages 12 & up. Schedule subject to change. Complimentary with Aquarium admission.

Aquari-OM
First Tuesday’s of the Month • 5:30pm–7pm
Yoga is an ancient practice renowned for its benefits to physical and mental health. Take your practice to a completely new level of peace during a unique yoga class at Maui Ocean Center’s Open Ocean exhibit – complete with sharks, stingrays, and huge ulua! $20.00 / person

Hula & the Sea
Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, & Mondays • 10am–12pm                                                                           Learn the history of hula and the stories it tells about Hawai’i’s oceans. Join our instructors and learn the importance of hula and the role it plays in the Hawaiian culture. 15 guest limit. Recommended for ages 4+.  Included with Aquarium admission.  

‘Upena Lawai‘a
Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursday, & Fridays    
10am–2pm
Fish net weaving is a skill passed down from generation to generation. Learn the art of net weaving and throw-net fishing with Greg “Gigi” Gomes. Included with Aquarium admission.

Behind-The-Scenes Tour
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday
11:30am & 1:30pm
Go behind the scenes with a marine naturalist to explore the Aquarium lab, learn about corals, sharks, and sea turtles plus a broadcast feed at Turtle Lagoon & Nursery Bay. $14.95 plus tax with Aquarium admission. Reservations recommended.

Daily Marine Naturalist Presentations
Daily • 9:30am–4:15pm
Educational marine naturalist presentations are available every day at Maui Ocean Center. Presentations take place throughout the Aquarium from the Living Reef to the Open Ocean exhibit. Presentation times are listed online and in the park. Included with Aquarium admission

Read Aloud America
Sunday, February 23 • 1:15pm doors open,
1:30 pm begin reading, Finish: 2 pm 
Join us for an exclusive story time perfect for the whole family with Read Aloud America. All keiki will receive a healthy snack and free book to take home. Free for members with Annual Pass. Space is limited. 
RSVP: https://raamoc.eventbrite.com

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Maui
808-442-7898 • www.bbbshawaii.org


Open Enrollment for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Maui School-Based Mentoring Program
Kahului Elementary, Wailuku Elementary, Princess Nahi’ena’ena Elementary, & Kamehameha Schools
Offering elementary school students the opportunity to meet one-on-one with a caring and responsible mentor (typically a high school student) in a supervised group setting for one hour after school. If you are interested in enrolling as a Little or Big please call 808-442-7898 or e-mail us at shorie@bbbshawaii.org.

Montage Kapalua Bay
808-662-6628 • montagehotels.com/kapaluabay


Ages 5 to 12
Paintbox Adventures for Children
Children will enjoy a blend of exploration and creativity as they experience Paintbox at Montage Kapalua Bay. Paintbox welcomes all children ages 5 to 12 and offers daily half-day and full-day sessions. Night programs are available on Thursdays and Fridays. Meals are provided for full day and night programs.

NOAA Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary
879-2818 • hawaiihumpbackwhale.noaa.gov
726 S Kihei Rd, HIHWNMS Visitor Center, Kihei

Sanctuary Saturday
Last Saturday of Every Month • 10am–1pm
Learn about humpback whales and their habitat in Hawai’i. Enjoy picturesque views overlooking sanctuary waters, see ocean-themed displays and exhibits in our visitor center, engage in storytime and craft activities. All ages welcome.

Surfing Goat Dairy
808-878-2870 • www.surfinggoatdairy.com
info@surfinggoatdairy.com
3651 Omaopio Rd., Kula


Evening Chore Tour
Monday–Saturday • 3:15pm–4:15pm
Assist in our evening chores. Learn to hand milk a goat, then help with the evening feedings and learn more about our award winning cheeses and how they are made. $12 for kids, $15 for adults.
Grand Dairy Tour
Wednesdays & Saturdays • 9:00am
A two-hour, hands-on visit and tasting experience you will love. Bring your family and friends! Be a goat herder for the day, even try to milk a goat. Includes a tasting of the many different varieties of our cheeses. $25 Reservations required.

Kula Country Farms
808-878-8381 • kulacountryfarmsmaui.com


Located on Kula Hwy. across form Rice park.
Kula Country Farms is a 4th generation farm, Known for our strawberries, local produce, fall pumpkin patch, strawberry U-pick, and other farm-related events! Stop by and visit us!

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