November Calendar of Events 2019

Family Fun

Holoholo Ka‘a 2019 is an interactive family friendly event where keiki get to climb aboard, pretend to drive, and take photos in emergency vehicles, heavy machinery, farm equipment, busses, and much more!  The Maui community from all sectors including local business, public utilities, non-profits, and government agencies showcase their vehicles while sharing their knowledge of duties and operating skills. Admission is $1 with food and drink will be available for purchase.  When: Sunday, November 3rd from 9:00am to 1:00pm. Where: UHMC parking lot.

Kula School Harvest Festival 2019 hosted by the Kula School’s Parent Teacher Association is thrilled to announce their 32nd annual fundraising event. It is Kula school’s largest fundraiser, and monies raised from this event are used to provide programs such as Physical Education, Art, and Music, which they otherwise would not have. Additionally, funds raised also support classroom needs in each grade level as well as assist with various student activities not paid for by Government funding. Saturday, November 3rd from 9:00am-4:00pm. Where: Kula School, lower field.  

A newer school fundraising festival to the Maui Community, the 4th Annual Lahainaluna High School Festival – I Ka Nani O Lele is an evening of family fun, food, and entertainment for locals and visitors alike. Festival attractions include Maui’s favorite eateries and food trucks, local artisans and vendors representing their crafts and clothing, game booths, and keiki activities, a fabulous silent auction, and an amazing line-up of talented Maui musicians. When: Saturday, November 9th from 4:00pm to 9:00pm. Where: Lahainaluna High School. Cost: $10.

The Made in Maui County Festival is a great community event that was designed to showcase and stimulate the Maui economy by driving the sales and awareness of local Maui made products.

  • Friday, November 1: Exclusive Shopping Day (1:30pm – 6:00pm) Be the first through the date and enjoy a leisure shopping experience. Festivities include:
    • Opening Ceremony at 5 pm with light pupus.
    • Pasha Hawaii Food Court with several food trucks offering a variety of foods for purchase
    • Enter to win fabulous drawing prizes (must be present to win).
    • Attendees receive a free Festival tote bag
  • Saturday, November 2: Festival Day (8:00am – 4:30pm)BIG FESTIVAL DAY!
    • Live entertainment, fashion shows and more on the Presentation Stage
    • Maui’s favorite food trucks offering ono menus in the Pasha Hawaii Food Court
    • Prize drawings throughout the day (need not be present to win)
    • First 2,000 attendees receive a free Festival tote bag

Arts & Culture

The 39th Annual Hawaii International Film Festival comes to Maui as an international forum of cinematic achievements the Asia-Pacific region. It is mean to showcase the new and emerging talent and bright to light the dynamic cultural exchange through the cinema arts. The festival includes documentaries and film shorts, including premieres, experimental films, animation/digital works, and first features by new directors. When: November 21 to November 23. Where: Maui Arts & Cultural Center Movie Times: 

  • Tokyo Hula; Thursday, 11/21 at 7:00 pm
    • Preceded by short film Voices of the Forest
  • Made in Hawai‘i Short Films; Friday, 11/22 at 7:00pm
  • Mo Te Iwi: Carving for the People; Saturday, 11/23 at 4:00 pm
  • Haole; Saturday, 11/23 at 7:00 pm

SUP Film Fest – World Tour brings the allure of stand up paddling to life with a selection of short films showcasing natural beauty and conservation from the perspective of a stand-up paddleboard. 2019 films range from paddling in Greenland to highlighting climate change, crossing 80 miles for Cystic Fibrosis, and circumnavigating a remote Scottish isle to show the reach of plastic pollution, to power-SUP yoga. When: Monday, November 25 at 7:0pm. Where: Maui Arts & Cultural Center. Cost: $20/adults, $12/kids 12 & under (plus applicable fees).

Ahupua’a Restoration Day at the Olowalu Cultural Reserve, invites all to participate in a volunteer work day to assist with the restoration of an Ahupua’a in Olowalu Valley. Work day activities include lo’i restoration, removal of non-native plant species, pulling weeds, weed eating and pruning. For more information visit OlowaluCulturalReserve.com, email LihauOlowalu@live.com, or call 244-8010. When: Saturday, November 2nd from 8:00am to 11:00am. Where:  Meet on the Wailuku side of the Olowalu Store.

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