On this Labor Day Weekend, we’re sending out our gratitude to the frontline, healthcare, and essential workers who work endlessly to keep our communities safe. Take time to take a break from work and enjoy our beautiful island!

1. Take a Labor Day Hike

In recognition of Labor Day, on Monday, September 7, 2020, starting at 7:00 am and closing at 3:00 pm, the first 2.5 mile (4 km) section of the Keoneheʻeheʻe (Sliding Sands) trail will be open for day-use. Then will resume a Friday through Sunday only schedule. Read More.

2. Enjoy Art Night Lahaina Town

The popular Friday Night is Art Night is back beginning September 4, 2020, from 5-8 pm. Come enjoy Lahaina’s art scene – meet the artists, view new artwork, and enjoy live music. For participating galleries and a schedule of events, click here.

3. Go for a Solo Beach Clean Up

International Coastal Cleanup Month is one of the world’s largest annual preservation and protection events and volunteer efforts for our ocean, waves, and beaches. For the past 16 years, LAHAINA has participated by hosting one of the largest and longest-running cleanups in Hawaii – the annual LAHAINA TOWN CLEAN UP! This year, follow all COVID-19 guidelines and restrictions in your area and support the 16th Annual Lahaina Town Clean Up by doing your own SOLO BEACH CLEAN UP! Please tag your photos so we can celebrate your efforts! #lahainatowncleanup Read More.

4. Visit a New Farmer’s Market

Did you hear about the new farmer’s market on Olinda road, at the the Oskie Rice Arena from 12 noon- 4pm every Saturday? Follow their Facebook Page for more details on available products and protocol.

5. Watch a Hawaiian Documentary

Onipa’a, the documentary film, conveys the somberness of the 100-year Observance of the Overthrow 27 years ago. Join a Facebook LIVE watch party of this documentary film produced in 1993. After the film, David Kalama of Kalama Productions and Joan Lander of Nā Maka o Ka ʻĀina will join Meleanna Meyer and Malia Nobrega-Olivera in a LIVE discussion about the importance of preserving Hawaiian History through telling our stories in film. Sept 4, 202 6-8 pm. https://www.facebook.com/events/730168157829673

Have a wonderful weekend. Stay safe!