Hauʻoli Makahiki Hou!

Aloha 2022 - Hui 2023...
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Celebrations, parties, fireworks, food, and more! What to do?

Maui Arts & Cultural Center

BILL MAHER NEW YEAR’S ANNIVERSARY SHOW

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Kula Lodge & Restaurant

NEW YEAR’S EVE WITH AMY HĀNAIALIʻI

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Gannon’s A Pacific View Restaurant

NEW YEAR’S EVE BUFFET DINNER

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Mulligans on the Blue

NYE 2022 AT MULLIGANS

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Montage Kapalua Bay

CANE & CANOES NYE DINNER

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Down the Hatch

POPPING BOTTLES! NYE 2023

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Fleetwood’s on Front Street

SILVER SPRINGS

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Māla Ocean Tavern

WHITE PARTY!

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Taverna Restaurant

TAVERNA’S ANNUAL NEW YEAR’S EVE BASH

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Pacific’o on the Beach

NYE ON THE BEACH

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Find more holiday events at: Calendar.mauitimes.org/holiday

View complete list of events at: Calendar.mauitimes.org

To submit an event email: shan@mauitimes.org

*** Please double check before going bumbai time and dates change!

Shan Kekahuna

Welcome To Wai

Welcome To Wai

The ocean is a source of joy for locals and visitors alike: for surfers, kiters, snorkelers, fisherman, paddle boarders, whale watchers, and countless others. Our streams and waterfalls are world-famous sources of tranquility and beauty. This special issue is dedicated to wai, H20, the source of life.

Adjusting To The Waves

Adjusting To The Waves

By the time you read these words, the results will be known. But that doesn’t change the fact that these competitors deserve to be recognized, regardless of where they placed.

Marine Virus First Detected in Maui Waters is Spreading

Marine Virus First Detected in Maui Waters is Spreading

In 2010, a unique virus was detected in a Longman’s beaked whale stranded at Hamoa beach in Hana. The disease, dubbed beaked whale circovirus (BWCV), has since been detected in ten different whale and dolphin species across the Pacific

Maui Schools to Get Funding Injection

Maui Schools to Get Funding Injection

Maui County schools will receive an additional $7.4 million in federal funding in 2023-24 under Title I Part A of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, which aims to assist at-risk children and those living in low-income families