Haleakala Waldorf School’s Holiday Faire

Saturday, December 1

9am – 4pm

All ages

Haleakala Waldorf School (across from Kula Post Office)

Enjoy live entertainment, silent auction, Christmas wreaths and wreath making, finest local crafters, make and take crafts, bakery and coffee shoppe, children’s games, puppet show, and ‘ono food.

10am – ELF PARADE: all children dressed as elves receive a FREE gift!

Admission $3. Children under 12 FREE.  For more information call 878-2511, or visit www.waldorfmaui.org.


Maui Prep 2012 Jingle Bell Rock n Roll Ball

Saturday, December 1


21 years and older

Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua

This holiday gala, a benefit for Maui Preparatory Academy, West Maui’s only fully accredited Preschool through Grade 12 college prep school, will be held on Saturday, December 1 at The Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua.



Purchase a Christmas Tree from Paia School!

Saturday, December 1

9:00am – 2:00pm

Paia School PTA is proud to announce its Christmas Tree Fundraiser to be held on Saturday, December 1st.

All are invited to join this fun-filled, festive event at the school campus 9am-2pm. Our fundraiser includes free photographs with Santa Claus (9-11am), silent auction, live music, bake sale, craft booths, plus more. Christmas trees are available for purchase for $55 (until November 30th) or day-of-event for $65.

These gorgeous 5-6ft., Douglas, Noble, and Grande Fir trees are only available at these prices at Paia School. To pre-purchase a tree please go to our website: https://www.paiaschoolpta.com/CHRISTMAS_TREE_FUNDRAISER.html. Or order through a Paia School student.

Table-top trees are $30 if available on event day. Trees can be picked up on event day only. We look forward to sharing this community event with you and your ohana. Every dollar raised benefits our keikis, their future, and our island’s future. Please join us.


Hospice Maui Holiday Open House

A Family-Friendly Remembrance Event

Saturday, December 1

9am – 2pm

Hospice Maui, 400 Mahalani Street, Wailuku

We will offer arts and crafts activities designed to help you and your family through the holidays as you remember and honor your loved ones. Decorate a butterfly to hang on our holiday garland, cookies, and/or a holiday ornament. You may bring a picture(s) of your loved one(s) to use in the ornament. In addition to the art activities, our social workers and counselors will also be on hand to offer support to anyone who may be dealing with grief during the holidays. The event is free and open to the entire family and children are welcome. Light refreshments will be available. RSVP to: 244-5555.


 The Old Wailuku Inn at Ulupono Holiday Celebration

The sixth consecutive year of the Inn’s signature holiday event, Lei of Aloha 6, takes place on Saturday, December 1 from 1 – 4 p.m., tickets $25. This year’s theme is “Hawaiian White Christmas.” The open house and benefit for Hokulani Holt’s halau hula, Pau O Hiiaka, includes a house tour of Maui’s award-winning bed & breakfast inn, music, hula, poetry readings, light snacks and beverages; and, new this year, A Hawaiian Country Store with gift items for purchase. A glorious afternoon and the perfect Hawaiian way to usher in the holidays. 808-244-5897,www.mauiinn.com.

“Ice” Skating in Ka’anapali

November 29th-January 2nd

Westin Kaanapali Ocean Resort Villas

A first among Hawaii resorts, the Westin Kaanapali Ocean Resort Villas presents a timeless holiday tradition with ice skating in the tropics. The Westin will transform its outdoor ocean lawn into a holiday escape complete with a 1,000 square-foot hybrid ice skating rink offering magnificent views of the warm Pacific and humpback whales. The rink’s surface is made with a synthetic polymer and finished with a natural glide for a real ice feel, allowing the use of ice skates. This is an environmentally sound alternative to real ice as it doesn’t need refrigeration units, generators or electricity. There is a $15 fee for one hour access to the rink. The $15 fee includes skate rental. Skating hours are Mondays to Fridays from 4 to 9 p.m. and from 1 to 9 p.m. on weekends. Children must be at least 7-years-old and 42 inches or taller. Visit www.westinkaanapali.com.

Maui Humane Society Santa Paws / Pet-a-Palooza Holiday Event

Sunday, December 2

11am – 2pm

All ages

1350 Mehameha Loop, Puunene

Bring your pet to MHS for a fun family portrait with Santa Paws. Photo packages will be available! Enjoy baked treats provided by MHS JAAM Club while you visit with our adorable adoptables. All proceeds benefit Maui Humane Society.


Iao Theater presents The Wizard of Oz

Friday, November 23 through Sunday, December 9

Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30pm

Sunday, December 2 at 6:00pm (special family discounts and performance time)

Sundays, November 25 and December 9 at 3:00pm

Iao Theater



Maui Pops Orchestra Holiday Pops

Sunday, December 2


Maui Arts and Cultural Center

All ages

Maui Pops Orchestra and guest vocalists will share holiday favorites in a festive, family-friendly atmosphere.




Montessori Hale O Keiki Free Movie Night

Friday, November 30


Hotel Wailea

Please joins us for a movie under the stars – Arthur Christmas. Friday
Nov. 30th at 5:30 at Hotel Wailea. No coolers. Bring beach chairs and





UHMC / OCET / EdVenture’s College for Kids

Make It & Take It: Cookie Baking with Mom / Dad

Saturday, December 1

9:00am – 11:00am

Grades 5-12, $45 includes materials

Bring your son or daughter and be ready for some baking fun in the professional kitchens of Maui’s Culinary Academy. 1 Parent & 1 child / teen for the price of just 1 registration. Class fills early; seats are limited, register now for this unique class. Bring 2 dozen of your own home baked cookies and join a Cookie Exchange!



Queen Kaahumanu Center

Saturday, December 1:

10am – 12 noon: Gingerbread cookie decorating!

10am – 4pm: Channel 2 News Laulima event

7pm: Kamehameha Middle School Ukulele Band



Relationship Dialogue Practice Group

Sunday, December 2

2:00 – 5:00 pm

Haiku location (call for exact location)

Dee Chapon: 575-9754, [email protected]

Teens and adults

Everyone (couples, individuals, family members) is welcome to attend the practice group meetings to work on relationship issues and achieve better communication skills. Prior knowledge of Nonviolent Communication is recommended but not required.