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June Calendar of Events 2022

Fresh off the news of Maui visitor arrivals surpassing pre pandemic levels, Maui travel demand is officially back with 254,398 visitors in the month of April 2022. Not only are we excited to welcome the summer influx of visitors, but the Maui community is eager to enjoy the extended summer days with a ton of events on the June slate!

June Maui Activities

After a two year hiatus, the Maui community is excited to have Bon Dance season back just in time for summer 2022! Kicking off in the first week of June, this will be the first Obon Festival since 2019 as the 2020 and 2021 festival seasons were halted for obvious reasons.

  • June 4 (Sat) Lahaina Shingon Mission
  • June 11 (Sat) Puʻunēnē Nichiren Mission
  • June 17 (Fri) Wailuku Jodo Mission
  • June 18 (Sat) Wailuku Shingon Mission
  • June 25 (Sat) Kahului Jodo Mission

For the 41st year, the Kapalua Wine and Food Festival tradition continues on with a celebration of some of the world’s rarest wines and the longest running food and wine festival in the country. Hosted over the June 9th – 12th weekend, the festival will offer a variety of event opportunities ranging from winemaker dinners and walk-around food and wine tasting gatherings.

  • THURSDAY, JUNE 9TH
    • SOLD OUT: Food & Wine Pairing Luncheon with Rod Berglund/Joseph Swan Wines
    • Hartford Court Winery Winemaker Dinner
    • SOLD OUT: An Evening with Winemaker Fred Scherrer
  • FRIDAY, JUNE 10TH
    • Taste Like A Master
    • West Coast is The Best Coast
    • The Ritz-Carlton Maui, Kapalua Winemaker Dinner
  • SATURDAY, JUNE 11TH
    • Brotherhood Of Eternal Pinot Noir
    • Napa Valley Originals
    • Walkabout Tasting Gala
  • SUNDAY, JUNE 12TH
    • Aloha Brunch
    • “Wine Down”

Presented by Pacific Whale Foundation, The annual World Whale Film Festival will be held June 8, 2022 – World Ocean Day – at Ocean Vodka Organic Farm & Distillery in Upcountry Kula. The film festival strives to invoke a sense of environmental conservation and raise awareness of major threats impacting nature and mankind. On show will be the premiere of Ocean Guardians, a 20-minute film documentary detailing the humpback whales migration between Alaska and Hawai’i. Tickets can be purchased at: https://www.pacificwhale.org/filmfest/

Come on down to the Maui Arts and Cultural Center to enjoy the one and only Maoli live in concert! Boasting over 21 #1 regional island reggae hits, Maoli live is a truly special island treat. Throughout the years Maoli’s music has evolved with a sound and style that is constantly changing within their fanbase. Fusing the elements of country, R&B, soul, acoustic, rock & roll, and reggae. When: June 17 from 6:30pm – 10:00pm. Where: Maui Arts & Cultural Center. Tickets can be purchased at: https://tickets.mauiarts.org/main/event/maoli-the-macc/5877

Learn the history and importance of kalo (taro) at the History of Kalo workshop hosted by the Lahaina Restoration Foundation. Taste poi, kulolo and other food items made from kalo (taro). Harvest a “keiki” kalo plant, repot and take home to start your own kalo bed. Check in on the Front Street lawn (mauka) of the Lahaina Public Library 10 minutes before workshop begins. * Workshops are limited to 10 participants. * All supplies will be provided at no charge. This free workshop series is generously funded by Lahaina Restoration Foundation. When: June 25, 2022 from 10:00am – 12:00pm. Where: Apuakehau Cultural Park (facing Front Street), 680 Wharf St. Mauka of Public Library Lahaina, HI 96761.

The Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar Festival “Maui Style” (31st Annual) will feature some of Hawaii’s finest artists in the Slack Key Guitar Genre over a period of 4 hours from 1:00pm – 5:00pm in the beautiful amphitheater of the Maui Arts & Cultural Center. Some of the featured artists include: Ledward Kaapana, George Kuo, Kawika Kahiapo, Kailua Moon, Dwight Kanae, Stephen Inglis, Ola Hou with Kevin Brown, Kamuela Kahoano and others. In addition We native crafters along with some food vendors will be available. When: June 26th from 1:00pm – 5:00pm. Where: Maui Arts & Cultural Center. Free admission.

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69 MAUNALEO PL

69 MAUNALEO PL
Price: $1,248,000
Beds: 4
Baths Total: 3
Sqft: 1874
Acres: 0.1528
City: Wailuku
State: HI
Zip: 96793

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Please consider me to be your trusted Maui real estate and lifestyle adviser. I was born and raised on the island, and spend a considerable amount of time to inform my clients about the best deals currently on the market. Don’t hesitate to call me for your any of your Maui real estate needs as I would be honored to assist you in your home search.

Aloha,

Anthony Sayles R(S)

808-280-6532

Anthony@DanoSayles.com

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