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Exploring: Calendar > Maui > May
ST. JOSEPH FEAST
This traditional event in Upcountry Maui, since the late 1800's, features food (Malassadas, Portuguese Soup, BBQ Teriyaki Plate, Waffle Dogs, Hamburger Steak, Chicken Hekka, Cotton Candy, Shave Ice, etc...), entertainment, games, crafters, a livestock auction, and daily live auctions. The St. Joseph Feast is a fundraiser that subsidizes the tuition to educate students, provides funds to support outreach programs (such as feeding the homeless, providing food boxes to those in need, and giving emergency financial assistance to those in crises), as well as replacing the gym built in 1941 with a Multi-Purpose Center for community use. For more information call Donna Pico at 808 572-7652.
Early to Mid May
MAUI CLASSICAL MUSIC FESTIVAL
The Maui Classical Music Festival (formerly Kapalua Music Festival) is an annual Festival bringing world renowned classical musicians to perform in different venues throughout Maui. The activities planned during the two week Festival are: 4 public concerts, 2 encore events (small venue), and a free community concert. For more information call Kathleen Rouiller (808) 879-4908.
KAPALUA JR. VET/SR. TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS
This annual event features men and women ages 30 to 70 in singles and doubles competition in age division play. Tennis Garden and Village Tennis Center. For more information, write or call Kapalua Tennis: 100 Kapalua Drive, Kapalua, Maui, Hawaii, 96761. For more information call (808) 669-5677.
SEABURY HALL CRAFT FAIR
An annual craft fair featuring 100 of the finest artists and crafters in Hawaii, as well as delicious food, live entertainment, silent auction and Maui's longest waterslide. 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Proceeds benefit Seabury's financial aid fund. Admission fee, children 12 & under free. For more information call (808) 573-0068.
WAILEA OPEN TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS
One of Hawaii's most popular local tennis events, the Wailea Open attracts players from throughout the state as well as the U.S. Mainland and other countries for a fun-filled weekend on the courts. Competition takes place in A, B, C, D and Open divisions, men's and women's, singles and doubles. Entry fee for participants; spectators may watch for free. For more information call (808) 879-1958.
All month (ongoing)
MAUI OCEAN CENTER
The Maui Ocean Center is the only aquarium in the world dedicated to fostering understanding, wonder and respect for Hawaii’s marine life. The three-acre marine park, the largest tropical reef aquarium in the western hemisphere, provides information, tours by marine naturalists and exhibits on thousands of indigenous fish, sharks, turtles, stingrays and other fascinating marine animals. Sea Talks are FREE and open to the public. For more information call (808) 270-7000.
All month (ongoing)
MCGREGOR POINT LOOKOUT
Free whale and ocean information is provided by the Pacific Whale Foundation. The (PWF) Ocean Outreach Van is at this scenic lookout daily 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.with interesting whale displays and free information about whales. PWF's Marine Research naturalists will be on hand to help you spot whales from one of the best shore-based whalewatching locations on Maui. Free. For more information call (808) 879-8860.
Every Sunday (ongoing)
MAUI POLO CLUB GAMES
A great sport for players and spectators alike held in beautiful Upcountry Maui. Be part of the excitement! See the Maui Polo Club's site for event schedule (approx. 1 p.m.) and map/directions to the polo field. For more information call (808) 572-4915 or (808) 877-7744.
HALEAKALA NATIONAL PARK
Ongoing Ranger/Naturalist programs include guided walks, hikes, as well as programs on geology and natural and cultural history. In the Summit area, special evening star watching programs are conducted periodically. Occasionally special all day and half day hikes, three day service trips, or full moon hikes are offered. Call: (808) 572-4400 for current schedules. For more information call (808) 572-4400.
Every evening (ongoing)
The Sheraton Maui, Kaanapali (West Maui) rests atop the famed black rock, Puu Kekaa, site of many Hawaiian legends. A torch lighting and cliff diving ceremony is enacted each evening right before sunset. The public can watch a young man in ancient Hawaiian garb light torches as he runs to the rock's summit. Perched at the top, he dives off the cliff into the calm waters surrounding the landmark. For more information call (808) 661-0031 or (800) 245-9229.
ASTRONOMY TOUR OF THE STARS
A brilliant tour of the stars is given nightly on the roof for one hour. Astronomy-quality telescopes are set up for viewing pleasure by the star guide. Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa, Kaanapali (West Maui). For more information call (800) 245-9229.
Every Tuesday and Thursday at 2:00 p.m. (ongoing)
MAUI CROQUET CLUB
Play International Rules croquet with the Maui Croquet Club, member of the United States Croquet Association. If you don't know how to play, they will teach you. If you don't have a mallet, they will loan you one. Waipuilani Park, Kihei, HI For more information call (808) 879-0087.
Occasional Saturdays and Sundays (ongoing)
HEUI CRAFT FAIR
Hosted by Na Kupana o Maui at Lahaina Banyond Tree Park, 9:00 am til 5:00 pm. Some live music. Dates are assigned by the County of Maui. For more information call (808) 281-1567.