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April 24, 12-4pm

Christine Waara Demonstration at Maui Hands

  MAUI HANDS AT 84 HANA HWY PRESENTS WATERCOLOR ARTIST CHRISTINE WAARA. COME MEET CHRISTINE AND WATCH HER WATERCOLOR PAINTING TECHNIQUES EVERY FRIDAY IN APRIL FROM 12PM - 4PM. About The Artist “Light is the subject matter of my newer paintings. Without light we would not have color. How much light, placement and direction of light, create the story of light. The change of value, temperature, color, and edges is what gives the subjects of my paintings dimension. In Hawaii, I do what the Hawaiians do. “Talking story” is what we say when we want to get together and share stories. My stories are my paintings I share with you. Christine has taught at the University of Rochester’s Creative Workshop at the Memorial Art Gallery and has conducted workshops and given talks at various art clubs across the country. She currently works part time at Maui Hands art gallery which keeps her connected to customers from all over the world as well as learning about other artists and how they create their art. When she’s not painting, she’s usually outside hiking, biking, swimming in the ocean, tending her garden, or at yoga.”   Contact Maui Hands galleries  -  Panna Speas Cappelli, owner 1169 Makawao Ave, Makawao, HI  96768 Phone: (808) 573-2021 (Business Office) (808) 579-8925 (Gallery) Paia Artist in Residence April

April 25, 12am

Haiku Ho\'olaule\'a

The 22nd Annual Haiku Ho`olaule`a and Flower Festival to benefit Haiku Elementary School, Haiku Community Association and Boys & Girls Club Maui-Haiku will be held Saturday, April 25th, 2015 at the Haiku Community Center and Haiku Elementary School grounds in Haiku, Maui.  The event is FREE. The Maui community and visitors alike are invited to spend the day, bring their families and lawn chairs and join the Haiku community to enjoy fabulous live entertainment, culinary delights from local restaurants and the Haiku Ohana, the famous Haiku School bake sale, one of the largest silent auctions on Maui, floral design contest, a Haiku historical display, plenty of activities for Keiki and much more. For further information, contact the Event Office at 808-575-3004, or via our contact form.

April 25, 8am

9th Annual Butterfly Effect Maui

The 9th Annual Butterfly Effect Maui Benefiting Boarding 4 Breast Cancer 9am - Saturday, April 25th, 2015 Baldwin Beach Park Register online today! https://flpregister.com/139 Event Details online: www.betheeffect.com THE BUTTERFLY EFFECT EVENT DAY 8am-9am - Check in at Baldwin Beach Park 9:15am - Start Downwinder 10:30am to 3pm - Beach Festival at Kanaha The non-competitive, aloha, paddle for women in water sports starting at Baldwin (9am) and ending at Kanaha. The Butterfly Effect empowers women in water sports through a non-competitive event. We are the original water woman movement that focuses on sport, health, fitness and giving back to local charities. The Butterfly Effect Maui 2015 will be benefiting Boarding for Breast Cancer Foundation to support their mission and vision. BOARDING FOR BREAST CANCER (B4BC) is a 501(c)3 non-profit foundation dedicated to providing education, prevention and support programs for young people and the action sports community at large. Through grassroots events, year-round educational outreach and the Chasing Sunshine Project, B4BC is able to further its mission of promoting early detection + a healthy, active lifestyle as the best means of breast cancer prevention. To learn more, visit www.B4BC.org. B4BC is on the road year-round, providing educational outreach at over 80 events in North America. We also partner with B4BC Ambassadors and Friends to distribute valuable health & wellness content globally. Our commitment to improving lives extends to breast cancer non-profits through our annual fundraising efforts as well. B4BC BELIEVES IN: • The power of education to inspire + impact positive lifestyle changes • The long-term benefits of healthy, active pursuits for individuals + communities as a whole • Supporting young women + those affected by breast cancer • Strength in unity + building, connecting and supporting communities • Ultimately celebrating life at every turn, both on and off a board! The Butterfly Effect events create an environment where participants receive a sense of comfort and confidence to achieve a goal in a group setting. They all receive support and encouragement from other participants. Every “Butterfly” is empowered with more confidence and joy, that enhances not only their board riding skills, but also their navigation through everyday life. Maui Event Day Entry Fee Includes: ♥ Goodie Bag ♥ Beach Festival ♥ Downwinder! (A downwinder is when the rider starts at one point and ends up at another point downwind of their original location, this event usually has a distance of at least 3-miles in the ocean) REQUIREMENTS: Self capable riding level and previous downwind experience completed of at least 1 mile. Lifejackets are required for 18 & under.

April 28, 5-9pm

Seabury Hall Upper School Math Team Fundraiser @ Flatbread

Seabury Hall Upper School Math Team The Seabury Hall Math Team is a student-run competitive mathematics team and community service program. The team competes during the school year at three different events both state and nation-wide. Through their community service program, Maui Math Circle, the high school students teach a broad variety of math concepts to expose STEM (Science, Tech, Engineering & Mathematics) education to younger students of Maui community. For more info : http://Goo.gl/1sZROP  

May 1, 12am

7th Annual Olukai Ho\'olaule\'a

SAVE THE DATE: 7TH ANNUAL OLUKAI HO’OLAULE’A IN MAUI Who: OluKai’s 7th Annual Ho’olaule’a Festival What: Each May, OluKai holds its annual festival on Maui’s north shore to celebrate Hawaiian culture and the traditions that surround this community. The event brings together both elite athletes competing in the world’s best SUP and OC1 races (highlighted by the legendary Maliko Downwind Run) as well as friends and family. Additional information about the weekend’s agenda coming soon! Pre-registration will open February at www.olukai.com. Where: Kahana Beach Park, Maui When: May 1-3, 2015 Why: OluKai continues to recognize and honor its ‘Ohana giveback partners while bringing together a community that inspires the brand. The brand is committed to supporting the community of elite athletes and communities that live in and around the ocean. The brand believes that everyone no matter where they are can live Aloha. The events and activities the brand supports propel and educate on the fun lifestyle of the ocean and cultures within it. About OluKai: OluKai is a luxury lifestyle brand that believes everyone, no matter where they are, can live Aloha. OluKai’s Anywhere Aloha™ Campaign proves that though Aloha was born in Hawaii, it is a spirit not bound by geography. Aloha is one way to unlock its spirit in all of us. Each pair of OluKai footwear features beautiful, quality materials and handcrafted details inspired by island culture. The company is committed to building a unique and better class of products that blend ocean heritage with modern performance while leaving the smallest footprint possible on the planet. In every facet of its business, the brand is committed to respecting the people and the environments it touches. Inspired by the strong tradition of giving an offering or tribute in Polynesian culture, OluKai established the ‘Ohana Giveback Program to support the efforts of those who continue to give back to preserve local cultures and traditions. For more information visit www.olukai.com.

May 9, 10am - 5pm

Paddle Imua

Paddle Imua, held on Saturday, May 9, 2015 is an exciting annual fundraising event with all proceeds going directly to Camp Imua. The event is made possible with title Sponsorship from Bluesmiths Crafted Waterwear, support from various athletes and the generosity of Maui businesses. Paddle Imua welcomes athletes who paddle stand up paddleboards (SUP), OC1/OC2s, prone paddleboards and surf skis. Paddle Imua’s vision is to transform Camp Imua’s 38 historic years here on Maui and create a physical embodiment of the Hawaiian word Imua (‘to move forward’). Imua comes from the water and paddling, so “Paddle Imua” is meant to help move Camp Imua forward for many years to come. One of the unique aspects of this water competition on Maui is that the competitors will also be given the opportunity to mix and mingle with the special needs children of Camp Imua at the finish of the race and give the kids some water sports exposure and inspiration to live out their dreams. Race Date: Saturday May 9, 2015, 1pm Race is open to paddle disciplines in: stand-up paddleboard (SUP), OC1, OC2, prone paddleboard, and surf ski Eligibility: Open to men and women of all ages. Racers under 18-years of age must have their parent/legal guardian sign their waiver and liabilities form. We reserve the right to refuse participation to entrants for any reason we deem necessary. Awards: Paddle Imua is a fun race that benefits a worthy cause. Awards will only be given out to the top three overall division winners for each gender. Awards are NOT given out in age divisions but times will be posted.

REGISTRATION INFORMATION

Online Early Registration – $50 – online only. Online registration will open March 2015. Race Day Registration – $70 –starting at 10am at Maliko Gulch. CASH & CHECKS ONLY ON RACE DAY! All entry fees will directly benefit the Camp Imua Program!

RACE SCHEDULE

10:00am – Check-in begins at Maliko Gulch. All racers will be required to complete and sign a race waiver at check-in if they have not done so already. 12:15am – Mandatory safety briefing and race blessing for all competitors. 1:00pm – First race starts. (staggered water starts in Maliko Gulch) 4:30pm – Race awards and prize-draw . Ohana Festival Schedule and Events: 1:00pm – Festival begins with music, food, and keiki activities 2:15pm – First racers expected across the line. 1:00-4:00pm – Lucky number draw 4:00pm Awards Ceremony

WHAT TO BRING

A leash or whistle is mandatory for all paddlers. State Approved ID – Anyone wishing to consume alcohol will need to bring a state approved ID to Hawaiian Canoe Club before being allowed entry into the beer garden. Waiver: All participants must agree to the terms put forth in the race participant waiver and either electronically sign the waiver with each online registration or physically sign the liabilities waiver in person.

April 7, 5-9pm

Roots School Benefit @ Flatbread

As a project-based learning community, Roots School of Maui has students from Pre-School through Eighth grade. They strive to allow children to think independently, engage collaboratively, make connections across disciplines, realize their talents and apply their learning in the world. This fundraiser will help raise funds with their goal to establish a permanent site for the Haiku school. For more info : www.rootsmaui.com

April 3, 9:30pm

Mezzanine Featuring Marasco and Sandwich Island Bass @ Charley\'s

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March 28, 9am - 6pm

Hoʻomau--Benefitting Paia School Hawaiian Immersion Preschool

E hele mai! Nā Leo Pūlama o Maui, the parent support group of Pūnana Leo o Maui Hawaiian Language Immersion Preschool, presents "I Ulu Nō Ka Lālā I Ke Kumu" the 28th Annual Hoʻomau! Hoʻomau is the annual fundraising event that supports programming for Pūnana Leo o Maui Hawaiian Language Immersion preschool. This is the premier Hawaiian language and entertainment event of the year for the entire ʻohana (family). The keiki zone is open from 10:00am-4:00pm for the children accompanied by an adult or an adolescent. Visit Hawaiian crafters and vendors from throughout Hawaiʻi, partake of ʻono food provided by Kula Kaiapuni o Maui Hawaiian Immersion students from kindergarten to high school and hear the beautiful sound of ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi fill the air. Come and experience our ʻōlelo makuahine, "E Ola Ka ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi" the Hawaiian language shall live! Saturday, March 28th, 2015, 9:00am to Sunset at the Maui Nui Botanical Gardens, 150 Kanaloa Ave, Wailuku, HI USA 96793 Featured Local Entertainment Komakakino ʻUheʻuhene Kainani Kahaunaele The Manaʻo Company/Bruddah Waltah Kumu Hula Kealiʻi Reichel & Hālau Keʻalaokamaile Ke Kula Kaiapuni o Maui The Keiki & Mākua of Pūnana Leo o Maui He mau nīnau? (Questions?) Or to purchase your Hoʻomau tickets contact Kili Namauʻu (808)244-5676 for information

March 8, 7-11am

Paia Mantokuji Soto Mission 38th Annual Bazaar

Paia Mantokuji Soto Mission will have their Annual Bazaar on Sunday, March 8th 7:00 to 11:00am. We are located right across from the Paia Community Center on Hana Highway. Feast on Delicious Local Favorites - Chow Fun, and Spam Musubi. Try Traditional Foods: Nishime, Ohagi, Manju,- Baked Goods – Donuts, Sponge Drops, Banana Bread; Great Rummage Bargains, Crafts, Produce, and Plants, too.

December 20, 4-8pm

PAIA GIVES

PAIA GIVES Saturday, December 20, 2014 from 4-8 pm Come out for a festive evening of shopping and giving. Each store in Paia is supporting various non-profits and charities, all while throwing a great party. Special deals, giveaways, and lots of fun await those shopping at all the great local businesses on the North Shore. In its eighth year, PAIA GIVES has become an annual event that raises thousands of dollars for the charities adopted by each store. Special deals, refreshments, and a great party make a memorable evening of shopping and giving in Paia Town. STORE LISTINGS COMING SOON! 18.26.PAIA MERCAHNTS.1.4SQ.indd

November 29, 12am

SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY

small business saturday2014small Small Business Saturday is a wonderful way to kick off the holiday season while supporting local businesses all day Saturday, November 29.  With so many unique, local and small businesses in Paia, we are a great counterpoint for Black Friday.  Shops throughout town will be offering discounts, trunk shows, entertainment and other unique shopping experiences for the day. Aloha Boutique, 90A Hana Hwy –Special Small Business Saturday Sale Art Project Paia, 77 Hana Hwy – 10% off gallery wide Biasa Rose, 104 Hana Hwy–Alchemy Chocolate samples from new organic chocolate line made on Maui.  Champagne will be served and a special sale rack for Small Business Saturday! By The Bay, 90 Hana Hwy- Special Small Business Saturday Sale Cesere Brothers, 83 Hana Hwy- 10% off everything in the gallery Flatbread Company, 89 Hana Hwy – 10% off flatbread apparel Hitech Maui, 58 Baldwin Ave–Small Business Saturday Sale Imrie Boutique, 71 Hana Hwy–Receive a free gift with specific purchase amount Indigo, 149 Hana Hwy —CMiya Trunk Show and Sample Sale.  New photography from Daniel Sullivan Letarte 24 Baldwin Ave– Bringing in the holiday spirit with Holiday refreshments. Lilikoi, 18 Baldwin Ave.—Discounts on some of your favorites!  Open from 9-7 Mahina, 23 Baldwin Ave –Select Small Business Saturday Sale Items Mana Foods, 49 Baldwin Ave—Offering 10% off Mana Foods logo wear all day (while supplies last). See you in Paia :) Mandala Ethnic Arts, 29 Baldwin Ave—20% off everything in the store Maui Girl, 12 Baldwin Ave—20% off storewide Maui Hands, 84 Hana Hwy—Discount on local handmade ornaments Nuage Bleu, 76 Hana Hwy-  Our biggest sale of the year! Friday-Sunday.  Open til 7pm on Friday and Saturday.  Champagne and treats served after 4. Oceania Maui, 96 Hana Hwy - Celebrating Small Businesses with Mimosas! Special guest Jewelry Designer Oceania and AITM Contemporary Master Artist Demien will join us between 11am and 3pm Paia Mercantile, 2 Baldwin Ave—Buy one piece of clothing, get additional one at 50% off (50% off piece is lower priced item) Paia Style, 40 Baldwin Ave- 10% off storewide, excluding items already on sale, with a donation to our food bank basket. Paia Trading Post, 106 Hana Hwy- 10% off old bottles Pearl Butik, 71 Baldwin Ave –-Special raffle item to be announced. Small Business Saturday Savings.  Serving beverages and pupus after 5.  DJ Hans and Sasha “Chunx” will be playing music.  Open til 8. Prospect, 115 Hana Hwy- Small Business Saturday sale and Holiday refreshments Sailboards Maui, 22 Baldwin Ave –20% off selected items Studio 22k , 161B Hana Hwy– Storewide Sale! Tamara Catz, 83 Hana Hwy- Free silk item (gift with purchase) Wings Hawaii, 69 Hana Hwy—Buy one regular priced item get a second of equal or lesser value at 30% off (not including already discounted sale items) AND 50% off sale rack   Paia Town Association With a mission to preserve the vitality and historic integrity of Paia Town and to provide a unified voice that leads and manages the town center for the benefit of the entire community, the Paia Town Association was born through a community-wide effort to address Paia Town’s needs and values as a collective. www.paiamaui.com www.facebook.com/paiatown   Contact: Rose Potter Paiatownassociation@gmail.com 214-7475

October 29, 12am

ALOHA CLASSIC WORLD CUP

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August 16, 6-9pm

Obon Dance at Paia Rinzai Zen Mission

Aug. 16, Pāʻia Rinzai Zen Mission (service at 6 p.m.; dancing at 7 p.m.) 120 Alawai Road, Paia 808.268.2209 www.rinzai-maui.org

July 30, 10:45-11:15am

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July 11, 6-9:45pm

Obon Dance at Mantokuji

July 11/12, Pa'ia Mantokuji Mission (service at 6 p.m.; dancing at 8 p.m.) 253 Hana Highway, Paia 808.579.8051 www.mantokujimauitemple.org

June 26, 3-3:15pm

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June 26, 12am

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April 10, 9:30-10:30pm

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