Hana Canoe Club – Maui Hawaii

The Hana Canoe Club is a small club which paddles out of Hana Bay. If you live in Hana, come on down and join up! Their kids program is active in regatta and they are looking for more adults to race.

Hana Canoe Club
PO Box 676
Hana, HI 96713

 

 

Polynesian Village Luau – Maui Hawaii

ALOHA! Come & let me share my POLYNESIAN VILLAGE with you. As your Samoan Chief “FiaFia”, I am the official ambassador to your happiness here in Maui! Let us walk through Polynesian daily-life activities: coconut bowling, spear throwing, lei making, ukulele mele, wood carving, basket weaving, coconut demonstrations, and other local cultural displays not found anywhere else in Maui! Every night our village will cook island style local foods, including vegetarian choices and local favorites! Our entertainers offer live music & dance straight from their hearts. If you and your family are looking for the most memorable Maui experience, COME to my POLYNESIAN VILLAGE LUAU! AN EXPERIENCE LIKE NO OTHER!
Polynesian Village Luau
My POLYNESIAN VILLAGE offers many activities that are guaranteed to excite & amuse all members of your family. Nowhere else on Maui can you find a POLYNESIAN VILLAGE that offers cultural demonstrations, interactive dance & play! Our fun includes complimentary Keiki shave ice, jumpy castle, Keiki drums, and Keiki hula pre-show, and crowd participation! Experience an activity that will last a lifetime.

Join us for a live IMU (hot earth oven) demonstration, Kava Ceremony, live drums, Polynesian songs, dance, and comedy from the hearts of “celebrity status” entertainers who will take you on a journey to visit ancient ways of the Pacific region. My POLYNESIAN VILLAGE LUAU will cook local favorites the traditional way – classic barbeque! My chefs will use locally grown products and provide you with Hawaii’s favorites, including Spam-musubi, local coconut drinks and heavenly sweet desserts! POLYNESIAN VILLAGE LUAU embraces our sacred and historical setting by supporting conservation of the Ko’ie’ie – an ancient fishpond located within close proximity to the Village and give special attention to the island located directly off shore, Kaho’olawe, a link to the Polynesian past. POLYNESIAN VILLAGE LUAU is your first and the last Luau to and from the airport.

POLYNESIAN VILLAGE LUAU IS COMMITTED TO SUPPORTING A SUSTAINABLE TOURISM ACTIVITY.

Enjoy Polynesian Cultural Activities:

* Coconut husking demo & coconut bowling
* Spear throwing and warrior games
* Live IMU (fire oven) demonstration
* Conch shell blowing demonstration
* Ukulele mele (lesson),
* Keiki drumming circle
* Basket weaving
* Wood carving
* Fresh flower lei maiking
* Photo opportunities

Special activities for Keikis include:

* Jumpy castle
* Keiki shave ice
* Fun tattoo
* Hula lessons
* Goody bag

For more information call: 808-661-6887
575 South Kihei Road, Kihei, HI

Click Here to Visit Polynesian Village Luau Online

 

 

Hula O Na Keiki – Kaanapali Beach Hotel

The Hula O Na Keiki is an annual children’s solo hula competition, held on the grounds of the Kaanapali Beach Hotel. In addition to having good fun, the Hula O Na Keiki also helps to educate our children in the ways of our Hawaiian ancestors and preserves the culture for the next generation.

Children from ages 5 years old to 17 years old compete in their categories for the coveted awards and titles. Contestants are required to memorize a chant in the native Hawaiian language and perform one of their the kahiko (traditional) or auana (modern) style hula.

A special event at Kaanapali Beach Hotel, keeping the traditions alive at Maui’s most Hawaiian Hotel.

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2525 Kaanapali Parkway, Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii 96761 USA
Toll Free U.S. & Canada: 800-262-8450
Worldwide Direct: 808-661-0011
Reservations Fax: 808-667-5978
Guest Fax: 808-667-5616

 



 

MauiFEST Hawaii – Music, Art, Culture & Film

MauiFEST Hawaii - A Celebration of Music, Art, Culture & Film
MauiFEST Hawai’i is a Celebration of Music, Arts, Culture and Film.

Created by Maui filmmaker Kenneth K. Martinez Burgmaier, MauiFEST Hawaii showcases local entertainment and helps to preserve, perpetuate and promote Hawaii’s lost culture.

Because MauiFEST Hawaii attracts both residents and tourists, it provides a venue for increased interaction between these groups in the small communities where events are held.

MauiFEST events provide local clubs and cultural organizations a venue to raise money by providing them a free tent/space to sell items of their choice, thus providing entrepreneurial opportunities for local residents.

Kenneth K. Martinez Burgmaier and his MauiFEST Ohana will provide the expertise needed to make these grass-roots efforts a truly community-based initiative and will bring tourists & visitors to our most isolated communities.

With 8 successful years of popular Film Festivals in Hana, Lanai, Molokai & Lahaina, MauiFEST Hawaii is gearing up for another year of Aloha in 2011!

For more information call: 808-573-5530,
or log on to www.MauiFEST.net


Click here to see all the great press coverage of the 2010 MauiFEST Film Festival Series!

Ulalena – A Story of Hawaii’s People

Ulalena – A Story of Hawaii’s People

There is a wind and rain particular to Maui that rises at twilight. It whispers of other places and other times, both mythic and real. It blows between daylight and night, between times and worlds. It is hopeful and cleansing. The ancient Hawaiian name for this wind is ‘Ulalena. It is also the name of the newest and most amazing stage production to come from Hawai‘i in decades.

The power of this production is that it is both universal and intimate. It is born from a mythology populated by beings larger than life representing a natural landscape alive with volcanoes, vast oceans and primeval rainforests. The story begins with the mythical creation of the islands and rolls through successive waves of voyagers who have found their way to these shores. From the first Polynesians to the early European explorers, and finally to us …

Every seat at the Maui Theatre maintains a sense of intimacy and interaction with the performance. Traditional theatre is blended with acrobatic feats of strength and beauty. Hula is combined with modern dance. Rich costumes, lighting and stage design are woven together into a filigree of fantastic images drawn from Hawaiian legend and history.

‘Ulalena explores relationships between people, nature and mythology. The use of metaphors integrates Hawaiian chants and dances, original music and choreography, lighting and projections to support the talents of unique performers.

‘Ulalena is a journey where the moment-to-moment excitement of self-discovery is the destination. ‘Ulalena… The new era of golden people face their future as the ‘Ulalena rain embraces them – their essence and spirit molded into a way of life that is close to nature.

Call Us Toll Free! (877) 688-4800

Ulalena Reservations
845 Wainee St, Lahaina, HI 96761-2321
(808) 661-9913

Maui Theatre
878 Front St – Lahaina, HI 96761-1695
(808) 661-5363


MauiTheatre.com

Ulalena.com

CLICK HERE to download Ulalena’s media kit. Full of information about the show, photos, reservation info, seating chart and more!

Click Here to become a fan of Ulalena on FACEBOOK!!

Media Reviews

* “Beautiful depiction of Hawai’i’s history” – New York Times
* “Spectacular Theatrical Sensation” – NationalGeographic.com
* “…proves there’s a life beyond the luau.” – Travel+Leisure Magazine
* “Wow” – San Francisco Chronicle
* “Voted “Best Show 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010” – Maui News – Best of Maui
* “There’s nothing like it in Hawai’i.” – Frommer’s, Maui Edition
* “Perhaps the most stirring theatrical experience in all the islands.” – TravelAge West
* Awarded “Best Show” & “Best Attraction” – Hawaii Visitors & Convention Bureau
* Voted “Best Way to Learn About Maui” – Maui Magazine
* Voted “Best Cultural Show, 2010” – Maui News – Best of Maui

 



 

Hana Film Festival 2010 – Maui Hawaii

Join us for the 8th annual Hana Film Festival on October 2nd at Hana Bay (3pm – 11pm) in Hana Maui Hawaii.

FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 808.573.5530, or log on to MauiFEST.net

Hana Film Festival 2010 - Maui Hawaii

Aloha Immediate Release:

Coco Robicheaux from New Orleans on Maui!

The 8th Annual MauiFEST Hawaiʻi Hana Film Festival (Oct. 2nd) with
Coco Robicheaux, the BIG Tent at Hana Bay, Art, Brother Noland, Calvin Hoe
Please contact Ken or Kawika at 283.9070/573-5530 if you have any questions.

September 30 KICK off Hana Film Fest Dinner Show

Celebration at Stella Blues Cafe with Coco & Hubie 6-10pm.
FOUR Course Dinner! Or Show Tickets! Call Stella Blues for Reservations!

874-3779

October 1st

Benny Uyetake and CJ Boom Helekahi
at the Hotel Hana Maui 7-10PM

October 2 at Hana Bay 4-10PM FREE

Coco Robicheaux with Hubie Vigruex
Brother Noland
Calvin Hoe
CJ Boom Helekahi
Benny Uyetake
HULA
Arts & Crafts
FOOD Booths!
Sunset- Films!

Nose Flute and Pu Workshop with Calvin Hoe 11- 1PM at the Hotel Hana Maui-FREE
Get your free bamboo Nose Flute & Pu and learn how to use it by the Master!

October 2nd

10PM to Midnight a JAM session at the Paniolo Bar-Hotel Hana Maui

Sunday October 3rd

Hana Film Fest Hana Hou sunset Performance with Coco Robicheaux and Hubie Vigruex
5-7 PM FREE

Mahalo!! – Hana Film Fest ʻohana

Aloha! Our 8th Annual MauiFEST Hawaiʻi HANA Film Festival will be September 30, October 1 and 2nd!

Check out the poster! World Premieres and Award winning Films, Live Music with: Coco Robicheaux and Hubie Vigreux from New Orleans along with Brother Noland, Calvin Hoe, Benny Uyetake, CJ Boom Helekahi, Hula, Hawaiian Work shops, Fantastic Food, Hawaiian Arts and Crafts and all FREE at Hana Bay October 2nd 3-11PM

World Premiere Film festival screenings:

“Hana Rememberʻs Her Sons-The Sarah Joe” by Ken K. Martinez Burgmaier
“Endangered Species” from New Orleans by Hubie Vigruex

Massacre at Kaupoa Beach
Hana Surf Girls
Stones
Journey to Kalaupapa
Kahoʻolawae, An Island Healing
Red Hibiscus
He Hawaiʻi Mau
I Scream Floats and Sundays
Pidgin the Voice of Hawaiʻi
and Others! See poster!

ONO Food booths

From Ohana Makame, Hana Youth Center and Hana Hulu Mamo(Senior Center):
Award winning Seared Ahi on Garlic bread w/fresh garden salad

Pork Teriyaki w/ Steamed Rice & Corn
Shoyu Chicken w/Steamed Rice & Corn
Garden Salad w/Papaya Seed Dressing
Add chicken

Edamame Soybean
Sweet Garlic or Plain with Hawaiian rock salt

Fry Bread Honey OR Garlic
Fry Bread w/Ice Cream
Fry Bread w/Apple Topping
Da Works Fry Bread
Popcorn

And Pure Aloha, HANA Style!
Come Join us!
Sending warm Aloha

Mahalo to all our wonderful Sponsors!

Check out and support our Sponsors on our web sites!
A BIG Mahalo to Hotel Hana Maui & Honua Spa, Westin Maui, Maui Brewing Co. Longhiʻs, Stella Blues, Hana Kai 206.com, Hana Bay Hale, Hana Hale Inn, Hana Kai Maui, BMW MAUI, Manao Radio, KAOI Radio Group, KoAloha Ukulele, County of Maui, UH Maui College, BadAss Coffee,
RB Steak House, Hana Canoe Club, Ohana Makame, Hasagawa General Store, Luana Spa Retreat, Expeditions Ferry, Hawaiian Canoe Club, Hana Youth Center, Hana Hulu Mamo, HawaiiONTV.com, Jazz Alley TV and all our friends and ʻohana.

Molokai Fish & Dive – Kaunakakai, Molokai

Moloka’i Fish & Dive has been a landmark in the Island’s principal town and shopping district of Kaunakakai for nearly 30 years. It was started in the 1970s by Jim Brocker, who had been until that time been an Airline Transport Pilot in various parts of the world. After having enough of the “fast lane” and the problems that go with it, Jim decided to take up residence on the tiny Island of Moloka’i and open a business that not only served the local population, but visitors also.

At Molokai Fish and Dive we offer outstanding ocean activities including scuba, reef snorkel, ocean kayak, whale watch and sport fishing adventures.

We also offer land activities such as the Halawa Valley waterfall hike, Historic Kalaupapa Tour and other cultural activities.

In addition to being the Island’s complete sporting goods store, within its walls can be found the largest selection of authentic Molokai designed T-shirts and souvenirs on the entire island.

Created by our staff members, the artwork is earthy and involved with the Hawaiian culture of Moloka’i. These exclusive designs have always been highly prized by residents and visitors alike and have never been available anywhere other than the store in Kaunakakai.

As a result, they have always been one of the must things that folks bring home after a visit to the island.

Come Visit Us today!

Molokai Fish & Dive
61 Ala Malama Street
Kaunakakai, HI 96748
(808) 553-5926

MolokaiFishandDive.com

 



 

Outrigger Keauhou Beach Resort – Hawaii

Keauhou Beach Resort invites you to a special place where nature and history reside in harmony. Sacred sites speak of their ancestral memories. Walking paths are shaded by kukui (candlenut tree), hala (pandanus) and `ulu (breadfruit). Fragrant plumeria and colorful heleconia enliven lush gardens. Ocean tide pools invite you to explore with gentle sea turtles and the surf at Kahalu`u Bay beckons you to swim and snorkel. Here, sunsets paint the sky with passion and stars light the heavens like brilliant jewels.

Discover tales of antiquity at the sites of three heiau (stone temples); at King David Kalakaua’s beach cottage; and at the royal bathing pool. Throughout the resort are murals by renowned artist Herb Kane, outrigger canoes carved from koa wood, and displays of delicate feather lei.

Travel to a state of mind where simple pleasures reawaken your senses. Hele mai, come, be our guest at Keauhou Beach Resort where ancient ways inspire new discoveries.

For more information visit us at: Outrigger.com

Or call: 1-866-326-6803 or 808-322-3441

 



 


Keahou Beach Resort

Hawaii Island Sunset

A beautiful sunset, reflected on the ocean off Hawai’i Island, at the Outrigger Keahou Beach Resort (Kona).

Lanai Culture & Heritage Center – Lanai City, Lanai


The island of Lana‘i has a rich natural and cultural landscape. This community heritage program seeks to document and share the legacy of Lanai with everyone.

The new Lanai Culture & Heritage Center opened on January 16th, 2010. We are located in the old Dole Administration Building at 730 Lanai Avenue, Room 118. Our hours are Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. and Saturdays, 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

For more information, visit us at: www.lanaichc.org
or call: (808) 565-7177