Kihei Baptist Preschool
(808) 875-2112, ext. 205 • preschool@kiheibaptist.org
www.kiheibaptist.com/preschool

Moana Festival
Friday, March 6 • 5pm–7:30pm
Kihei Baptist Chapel, 1655 S. Kihei Rd., Kihei

Join Kihei Baptist Preschool for the first annual Moana Festival! Enjoy game booths, laser tag, DJ, raffle, delicious food, sweet treats, and special guests! All proceeds go to Kihei Baptist Preschool, Youth Ministry, and the Preschool Scholarship Fund.

Maui Friday Town Parties
https://mauifridays.com/

Wailuku First Friday
Friday, March 6 • 6pm–9pm

If it’s the first Friday of the month, there’s a party in Wailuku. First Friday festivities have filled Market Street since 2008. The street may be closed to traffic, but it’s regularly packed with music, magicians, food, art, jewelry and fashion from 6:00pm until 9:00pm

With activities for the keiki (children) and multiple entertainment stages, it’s no wonder thousands regularly attend each Wailuku gathering. It certainly doesn’t hurt that Wailuku is the only town party with a beer garden. The success of the Wailuku First Friday was the catalyst for the current Maui Friday Town Parties initiative.

In addition to its beautiful locale and landmark buildings, the town holds deep historical significance. Wailuku was the birthplace of the island’s sugar industry, once home to Maui’s most famous Hawaiian rulers, and the site of Kamehameha’s victory at Iao Valley. Today, the Maui County capital has evolved into an important government and business district with unique stores, boutiques and eclectic dining. Follow Maui Town Parties at www.facebook.com/MauiFridays

Team Trucker & UVSC
https://uvsc.org/trucker-5k/

3rd Annual Trucker Dukes Memorial 5K
Saturday, March 7 • 6:30am–11am
Old Maui High School, 1000 Holomua Rd., Paia

Trucker loved the outdoors. He would often ride along in his stroller with his mom, Shauna, on scenic and healing runs along Holomua Road. Every year, in partnership with UVSC, Team Trucker offers this event to honor Trucker Dukes’ memory, gather community together for fun race, and give back to help people who are fighting cancer.

Day of Event Schedule
6:30am – 7:30am: Registration
8:00am: Opening Ceremony and Pule
8:30am: Race starts

Race course: Runners will start at Old Maui High School and run Mauka towards Baldwin Ave, turn around, and finish at Old Maui High School. Due to available space, we have a maximum of 300 Participants (including children and strollers) that can register for the 5K, and Unlimited Virtual Runners.

All Racers must register by 2/14 to guarantee your race shirt by race day (Virtual Runners’ packs to be sent USPS). After 2/14 registrants will not receive a T-shirt but can still sign up for the virtual run until 3/6/20 or day before the race.

The course is dusty and uneven. Please plan accordingly. Entry fee includes race, t-shirt, goodie bag, and post-race refreshments. Parking is minimal at the event, please carpool.

Kalauokekahuli
www.kalauokekahuli.org

Silent Auction
Opens: Saturday, March 7 • 9am
Closes: Monday, March 9 • 8pm

Join Kalauokekahuli for their first official fundraiser benefitting two Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander families on Maui. A wide range of items and bundles will be available for auction from over 50 different local businesses and organizations!

The silent auction opens on Friday, March 7th at 9am and will take place on Instagram (@Kalauokekahuli). The auction closes at 8pm on Monday, March 9th. 

Kalauokekahuli encourages the healthy growth of Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander families by supporting and enhancing the well-being of birthing people, parents, and their infants with holistic, multi-generational, and culturally-rooted care. We focus our support and services around childbearing years; prenatal, birth, postpartum and newborn stages!

Kamehameha Schools Maui
(808) 572-3203 • www.ksbe.edu/campus_education/campuses/maui_campus
275 ‘A‘apueo Pkwy., Makawao

16th Annual Kamehameha Schools Maui Ho‘olaule‘a
Saturday, March 7 • 9am–3pm
Kamehameha Schools Maui – High School Campus

An enjoyable family event filled with ‘ono food, Hawaiian entertainment, cultural displays, games and crafts. Don’t forget about the Country Store, Keiki Zone, Vendor Village, Sweet Shoppe, rummage sale, and the much-anticipated silent auction. Event is free and open to the public.

Hawai‘i Nature Center
(808) 244-6500 • https://hawaiinaturecenter.org/

  

Maui Work Day
Saturday, March 7 • 9am–Noon
875 ‘Īao Valley Road in Wailuku

Individuals, businesses and civic groups are needed to spruce up Hawai’i Nature Center’s (HNC) Maui campus that includes site beautification, landscaping and light construction projects. The nonprofit organization’s Maui campus in ‘Īao Valley suffered serious flood damage due to heavy rains over the last three years. The clean-up continues to restore the property to best serve the Maui community. The volunteer work day will take place on the first Saturday of every month. 

Upcoming dates are March 7, April 4, May 2, and June 6 from 9 am to Noon at 875 ‘Īao Valley Road in Wailuku.

To support this service day, contact volunteermaui@HawaiiNatureCenter.org for all of the details. RSVP is required. HNC on Maui also seeks donation of the following supplies: folding tables and chairs, insect repellent, walkie talkies, waterproof cameras, and a wheelbarrow.

Contact volunteermaui@HawaiiNatureCenter.org to coordinate drop off of donations.

Seabury Hall Lego Club
(808) 572-7235 • legoclub@seaburyhall.org

LEGO Building Event 
Saturday, March 7 • 9am–11am
Room 205, Seabury Hall Upper School, 480 Olinda Rd., Makawao

Whether you’re a master LEGO builder or a first timer, the LEGO building events hosted by Seabury Hall Lego Club are perfect for you! Build independently or as a team, and display your finished projects in the Gallery of Masterpieces. LEGOs are provided by the club so just show up and be ready to create! The drop-in events are recommended for ages 5 & up (accompanied by an adult caregiver) and are led by enthusiastic Seabury Hall student volunteers. We look forward to seeing you on campus soon.

Uplift Maui
www.upliftmaui.com

“Mommy (or Daddy) and Me” Aerial Silks Play
Saturday, March 7 • 10:30am–11:30am
Little Monk Seal Montessori, 300 Ohukai Rd., #206, Kihei

A fun and creative play class for children ages 3–6 and their parent or guardian. Get a workout and have a fun and creative play session with lots of great movement games and simple technique using the silks as the canvas for their imagination and play.
Both child and parent would participate. Class held at Little Monk Seal Montessori School in Kihei.

This is the first of three classes. Remaining classes are set for March 21st and April 4th. Attend one or all three! Individual classes are $28 to drop-in or $75 for all three.

Space is limited. Visit upliftmaui.com/schedule-a-class.html to register and reserve your spot, as spaces may fill.

Maui OnSTAGE
(808) 244-8680 • http://mauionstage.com/

The Ants and The Grasshoppers
Saturdays, March 7 & 14 • 11am
Sundays, March 8 & 15 • 1pm
Historic Iao Theater, 68 N. Market St., Wailuku

This Greek comedy is a hilarious twist on the classic Aesop’s fable! When those goof-ball grasshoppers arrive in Ancient Greece, the ants discover all the forbidden fun they’ve been missing, but when Winter arrives, the Queen leaves those good-for-nothing grasshoppers out in the cold and the ants become bored beyond belief and unable to accomplish their precious work. Now it’s up to Eddie, the Queen’s son, to lead a search party to rescue the grasshoppers.

Tickets are $6.00 for children and $10.00 for adults and available at mauionstage.com.

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

Family Class Debut! Ages 8 and up can join us to paint ‘Pod Pals’
Saturday, March 7 • 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.

Family Class! Ages 8 and up can join us to paint ‘Turtle Town’
Sunday, March 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.

Maui Arts & Cultural Center
(808) 242-7469 • info@mauiarts.org

Art Maui 2020 Show Opening & Juror Walkthroughs
Sunday, March 8 • 10am–5pm

Art Maui returns to the Shaefer International Gallery at Maui Arts & Cultural Center for its 42nd annual juried exhibition featuring an array of work from Maui’s vibrant artist community, showcasing talents across a wide spectrum of media. Visitors can look forward to seeing works in painting, drawing, printmaking, photography, fiber, jewelry, sculpture, and mixed media.

Please join us in warmly welcoming Benedict Heywood as our next juror! Benedict was the founder of the non-profit art space, The Soap Factory, a studio and laboratory for artistic experimentation across contemporary visual arts in Minneapolis. He relocated to Washington state when he was recruited to Direct Pivot Art + Culture, a gallery and exhibition project of Seattle philanthropist Paul Allen. Now, he is the Executive Director & Chief Curator of the Bellevue Arts Museum. Ben, a British born citizen, is a graduate of the Courtauld Institute of Art. He has previously been Deputy Director of The Henry Moore Sculpture Trust in Leeds, UK and a Visual Arts Officer at the Arts Council of England, London, UK.
View his full CV here: http://www.artmaui.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/BJH-CV-2-19.pdf

Maui Pops Orchestra
http://mauipops.org/

Spring Pops
Sunday, March 8 • 3pm
Maui Arts & Cultural Center’s Castle Theater

A truly captivating entertainer, Capathia Jenkins returns to the Maui Pops Orchestra stage to provide an afternoon of pure bliss – this time sharing the spotlight with the phenomenal vocalist/pianist Tony DeSare. DeSare was named the 2009 Rising Star Male Vocalist in Downbeat magazine, and his career has been on fire ever since. Along with the 50+ member Maui Pops Orchestra, these two engaging talents will explore The Great American Songbook, featuring music of George & Ira Gershwin, Irving Berlin, Richard Rodgers & Lorenz Hart, and so much more!

Visit ticketing.mauiarts.org/events for tickets!

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
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.

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, March 6 • 2:30pm–4:30pm

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

For full film titles and information see our website: https://www.librarieshawaii.org/event/friday-film-flick-2/2020-03-06/

March 6 – “Princess Merida uses her bravery and archery skills to battle a curse and restore peace to the Scottish Highlands after she makes a wish that puts her entire kingdom in jeopardy.”

March 13 – Get ready for the Maui library launch of our ‘ukulele lending program with this contemporary classic animated film: “A Hawaiian orphan adopts a ‘pet’ that is actually a genetically engineered alien on the run.”

March 20 – “A new origin story fit for the 21st century while staying true to the spirit of the original novels … [that] focuses on Nancy Drew, a smart high schooler with a penchant for keen observation and deduction, who stumbles upon the haunting of a local home.”

March 27 – Before you see the sequel during our Tuesday Family Movie Night & Craft on the 31st, “let it go” and sing-a-long to all the songs in the original film!

All films are rated PG, but young children must be accompanied by an adult at all times. These films are presented through the generous support of the Maui Friends of the Library.

Kahului Library Chess Club
Saturday, March 7 • 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, March 7 • 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!

Excluding holiday closures and special programming, Storytime is held Saturdays at 10:30am, but on the last Saturday of the month we have a special Stay & Play! This independent playtime allows children access to a wide array of toys and games as well as provide a great atmosphere for them to meet and play with other keiki.

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 programs, visit www.librarieshawaii.org/events

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.

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.

Strawberry U-Pick Patch
End of February until early June
It’s strawberry season and you will be delighted with the sweetest strawberries that you and your family can go out and pick yourselves. There is also a wonderful Children’s Garden with all kinds of activities.

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!