A Night with The Flowers at Maui Nui Botanical Gardens

Maui Nui Botanical Gardens

Maui Nui Botanical Gardens presents a Night with The Flowers benefit this Sunday. Enjoy an evening of food, foliage and festive entertainment. Garden tours, info on the Maui Breadfruit Company and The Institute of Hawaiian Music and Wehiwehi O Leilehua are just a few of the evening’s highlights. Proceeds will benefit the garden. 21+. $100. 5-8pm. Maui […]

MAPA’s Spring Extravaganza @MauiArtsCulture


  Maui Academy of Performing Arts (MAPA) presents their Spring Extravaganza this Saturday and Sunday at the Maui Arts and Cultural Center. Saturday afternoon (3pm) kicks off with jazz, tap and hip hop dance. The “MOVES “dance concert (7:30pm) features MAPA’S advanced performers, including a guest appearance by the professional dance company Ampersand. On Sunday […]

AARP Shredding and Food Drive


The AARP wants to shred your unwanted files this Saturday in exchange for a food donation (not required) to the Maui Food Bank. Start your spring cleaning while giving back to the community. The public is allotted up to four boxes of old tax forms, bank statements and other sensitive papers for convenient and confidential on-site destruction. 8am-noon. […]

Law Day Free Legal Clinic at Maui Mall


This Saturday, Hawaii State Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Division presents a special Law Day free legal clinic at the Maui Mall. Volunteer attorneys will provide legal information and answer questions. Get your bankruptcy, child custody, divorce, elder care, employment law, estate planning, landlord tenant, wills and trust questions answered. Free. 10am-2pm. Maui Mall (70 E. Ka’ahumanu Ave., […]

Habitat for Humanity Maui hosts Women Build

Courtesy of Habitat for Humanity FB

Habitat for Humanity Maui is joining a nationwide effort this Saturday for “Women Build.” Women of all ages and skill levels are welcome for a day of construction and empowerment. Never built a home before? No worries–on-site instruction and safety precautions will be available. Grab your gal pals and help build a home for someone in need. Call […]

Free Comic Book Day events on Maui

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Celebrate Free Comic Book Day this Saturday at two Maui libraries and at Maui Comics & Collectibles in Kahului while supplies last. The Kahului Public Library and Lahaina Public Library will give out free comic books to those who show a valid Hawaii State Public Library System card. Readers can choose from popular series including Avengers, Pokemon, Teenage […]

Lei Day at the Bailey House Museum and @MauiArtsCultural Center

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May Day is Lei Day in Hawaii and the Bailey House Museum and Maui Arts and Cultural Center want to celebrate with you. The Bailey House will have special exhibits, cultural demonstrations and guest speakers (10am-4pm; free). You can also learn to string floral lei to the live tunes of Walter and Luana Kawaiae’a. Following sunset, head […]

St. Joseph’s Feast and Carnival

Courtesy of St. Jospeh Church

Partake in a century-old tradition this Friday through Sunday during St. Joseph Church’s Feast and Carnival. It’s a benefit for the parish and its Early Learning Center and the public is invited for food, games and community. Bouncers, crafters and a country store await you. Pick up plants and produce and stroll the auction items. Refuel […]

Maui OnStage presents ‘Brighton Beach Memoirs’

Zeb Mehring. Courtesy of Brett Wulfson.

Maui OnStage presents Neil Simon’s classic Brighton Beach Memoirs this Friday at the Iao Theater. It follows a Polish-Jewish teenager’s journey to find his identity amidst the chaos of his family. Catch the Tony Award-winning play, which was one of the longest running of its kind. Note: this production is double-casted and will rotate shows. PG-13 with mild adult […]

NOTW: NFL players who write peer-reviewed papers and nude art tours


HARD-HITTING NUMBERS In March, offensive lineman John Urschel of the Baltimore Ravens added to his curriculum vitae by co-authoring the latest of his several peer-reviewed academic articles–”A Cascadic Multigrid Algorithm for Computing the Fiedler Vector of Graph Laplacians” in the Journal of Computational Mathematics. If Urschel can understand, and even advance, tangled, obtuse formulas (which […]

MauiTime’s Maui Movie Theaters & Showtimes | April 23-29th, 2015


NEW THIS WEEK THE AGE OF ADALINE – PG13 – Drama/Romance – A young woman considers trading her immortality for a man. 110 min. EX MACHINA – R – Sci-Fi/Drama – A young programmer gets to, um, “evaluate” the human qualities of a beautiful female android. Awwwww yeaaaaaaah. 108 min. LITTLE BOY – PG13 – […]


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In Sri Lanka, a kingdom lays deserted, devoid of humans but inhabited by creatures of the wild. Among them, tribes of monkeys rule the landscape, establishing hierarchies and family units among. We hone in on a single mother, Mya, who must endure the elements, raise her newborn and find daily rations of food for her […]

Special movie screening at The Mill House


  Brew & View presents a special movie screening at this Saturday, Apr. 25 at The Mill House. Due to “licensing agreements,” the Mill House can’t actually mention the name of the movie, but here’s a hint: it involves a famous treasure hunter searches for the lost ark. So bring your blankets, beach chairs and buddies […]

Haiku Ho’olaule’a and Flower Festival

Courtesy of Haiku Hoolaulea

The 22nd annual Haiku Ho’olaule’a and Flower Festival returns this Saturday, Apr. 25 to the Haiku Community Center. Complete with live entertainment, food, an artisan marketplace, keiki zone and more, the day-long festival will feature the event’s famous bake sale and bloom design contests. Proceeds will benefit local youth education programs, activities and enrichment. Don’t forget […]

The Butterfly Effect returns to the North Shore

The Butterfly Effect. Courtesy of Ashley Baxter.

Calling all wahine to pick up your paddles for the ninth annual Butterfly Effect this Saturday, Apr. 25. Participants will paddle from Baldwin Beach to Kanaha Beach Park. This is a day when female ocean enthusiasts of all skill levels celebrate and unite. The non-competitive event embraces power in numbers, environmental and social progress. The post-event beach festival […]

St. Anthony Grade School’s Fun Daze Bazaar

St. Anthony

Support St. Anthony Grade School this Saturday, Apr. 25, during its annual Fun Daze Bazaar. The day features ono grinds, including St. Joseph’s malasadas, laulau, chow fun and tacos. Stroll the country store and shop the silent and live auctions and rummage sale. Keiki can participate in games and face-painting. 9am-8pm. St. Anthony Grade School (1627A Mill […]