Photo Courtesy of Nā Kamehameha Commemorative Pāʻū Parade & Ho‘olaule‘a

Nā Kamehameha Commemorative Pāʻū Parade & Ho‘olaule‘a

Led by the Royal Order of Kamehameha, eight pa’u units and floats by local nonprofits and businesses will parade down Front Street this Saturday. Get there early for a spot to see the beautifully adorned horses and riders. There will also be food, keiki activities, music, and hula.

  • Saturday, June 17, 2023
  • The parade starts at 9:45 am along Front St. from Kenui St. to Shaw St.
  • Ho’olaule’a under the Lahaina Banyan tree from 9 to 4 pm
  • Front Street will be closed from 8 to 11:30 a.m. Saturday. No parking is allowed along Front Street.

Every 3rd Saturday: Popup market at the Kula Country Market

Photo Courtesy of Maui Arts & Cultural Center

Zenshin Daiko 24th Annual Taiko Festival

Zenshin Daiko’s 24th Annual Taiko Festival Concert blows away all audiences with its precise musicianship and joyful energy. The nonprofit organization is dedicated to teaching taiko to children and has grown from a small, local taiko group to one that has achieved national and international recognition. They will be joined by the Peaceful Forest, a high-energy group consisting of Takumi Kato an independent Japanese Taiko drum artist of the highest caliber, and his three children. 

  • Maui Arts & Cultural Center, Castle Theater
  • Saturday, June 17, 2023
  • 7:00 pm
  • Tickets: $25 (adults); $13 (keiki 12 & under) plus applicable fees
  • For more information, visit

Special Deal: The Adventure Park on Maui Celebrates Father’s Day with “Dads Climb Free”

Photo Courtesy of Awalau Farm

Awalau Enchanted Farm Tour

For a dose of fantasy and mythical creatures, the Awalau Enchanted Farm Tour this Saturday is worth a visit. Elaborate costumes on educational guides and fantastical decor offer fun photo opportunities and fun activities for small children. There are mermaids, dragons, fae folk, centaurs, and other mythological beasts to encounter along the trail. While meeting and feeding the fabulous, “magical” creatures, you can also explore the amazing plant life and flora of the Kalakohe Valley.


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