Events

Kala’e Parish Performs at FREE Concert

Thursday, August 29, from 6 – 7:30 PM at
Historic Baldwin Home Museum – Front Lawn
(corner of Dickenson and Front Streets)

Kala’e Parish has been a professional musician and entertainer in Hawai’i since 2013 performing throughout the islands and abroad. He has always had a deep-rooted love for music inspired by a musical family. However, the musical journey began during his college years in Oregon. There, he began writing his own music and discovering his vast musical interests. Upon moving home in 2013, he began recording and releasing original music alongside band Eden Roc with songs earning top spots on Hawaii’s #1 radio stations. In 2016, he began his solo journey as an artist performing at steady spots in Honolulu and recording his very first album.

His new album titled Where I Reside will be released in Fall 2019. This eclectic, 8-track album will feature all original songs written by himself with a fresh twist of music from pop country infused with lyrics about his island home to smooth latin rock to love ballads. 

The outdoor event takes place from 6-7:30 pm at the Baldwin Home Lawn, located at the corner of Dickenson and Front Streets. There is limited seating on a first come, first served basis; low beach chairs and mats are welcome.

Paid parking is available in the lot behind the Baldwin Home.

Now in its 11th year, the Hawaiian Music Series is presented by the Lahaina Restoration Foundation and is sponsored by the Hawaii Tourism Authority and Outlets of Maui.

For more information, contact  the LRF office at 808-661-3262, or visit www.lahainarestoration.org.

Leo Mana Performs at FREE Concert

Thursday, July 25, from 6 – 7:30 PM at
Historic Baldwin Home Museum – Front Lawn
(corner of Dickenson and Front Streets)

Leo Mana, which means “the powerful voice(s)”, is a Hawaiian music trio coming together from different parts of Maui. Jacob Delanux, guitar/vocals, is a third generation musician, and the son of the band’s original guitarist.  Le’a Pacheco*, bass guitar/vocals, comes from a prestigious hula background as well as having won awards for Hawaiian falsetto. Kason Gomes, lead ukulele/ vocals, won first place at the 2017 Richard Ho’opi’i Leo Ki’eki’e Falsetto Contest.
* Due to a scheduling conflict, local artist Kana Pikini will be filling in for Le’a Pacheco.

The outdoor event takes place from 6-7:30 pm at the Baldwin Home Lawn, located at the corner of Dickenson and Front Streets. There is limited seating on a first come, first served basis; low beach chairs and mats are welcome.

Paid parking is available in the lot behind the Baldwin Home.

Now in its 11th year, the Hawaiian Music Series is presented by the Lahaina Restoration Foundation and is sponsored by the Hawaii Tourism Authority and Outlets of Maui.

For more information, contact  the LRF office at 808-661-3262, or visit www.lahainarestoration.org.

History Theatre

History comes to life where history was laid to rest.


SOLD OUT



Friday, July 12, from 6 – 8:30 PM at
Waiola Church Cemetery
(535 Waine’e Street, Lahaina)

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Admission is $25/person
(includes performance and pupu)
Space is limited to 75 guests

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We invite you to hear stories of Hawaii’s past directly from the people who lived it.

Join missionary Rev. Jonathan Green, historian David Malo, and Lahainaluna superintendent Rev. Lorrin Andrews for an evening of drama, conversation and pupu.

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Details:

* Doors open at 6 p.m. Performances start at 6:30 p.m.

* There will be three performances occurring simultaneously, and guests with cycle through all three performances, so please plan on a bit of walking during the event.

* This is an outdoor event, so please dress accordingly.

* Free parking is available at the site of the event (Waiola Church).

This program is funded through the Hawaii Tourism Authority Community Enrichment Program.

Dwight Kanae Performs at FREE Concert

Thursday, June 27, from 6 – 7:30 PM at
Historic Baldwin Home Museum – Front Lawn
(corner of Dickenson and Front Streets)

Dwight Kanae, a well-known slack key guitarist throughout the islands, is the featured entertainer at this monthʻs Hawaiian Music Series concert.

The outdoor event takes place from 6-7:30 pm at the Baldwin Home Lawn, located at the corner of Dickenson and Front Streets. There is limited seating on a first come, first served basis; low beach chairs and mats are welcome.

Paid parking is available in the lot behind the Baldwin Home.

Now in its 11th year, the Hawaiian Music Series is presented by the Lahaina Restoration Foundation and is sponsored by the Hawaii Tourism Authority and Outlets of Maui.

For more information, contact  the LRF office at 808-661-3262, or visit www.lahainarestoration.org.

FREE Kamehameha Day Celebration

Tuesday, June 11th, from 9 AM – 4 PM at
Historic Baldwin Home Museum
(corner of Dickenson and Front Streets)

Baldwin Home Museum will celebrate King Kamehameha’s birthday on June 11.

Kamehameha Day is a state holiday honoring the memory of the great king, Kamehameha I, who united the Hawaiian Islands and became Hawai`i’s first king in 1810.

The event will begin at 9 am with the presentation of ho’okupu to honor King Kamehameha I.

Beginning at 10 am, the public can participate in Hawaiian games on the museum grounds.  Attendees are encouraged to try their hand at ulu maika (similar to lawn bowling) or attempt to throw a wooden spear into the trunk of a banana tree. Konane boards will be available for those wanting to play the Hawaiian board game similar to checkers.  Attendees can also participate in hands on Hawaiian craft activities.

The day will end at 2 pm with live music by George Kahumoku, with concert seating set up in the shade of the trees on the Baldwin Home lawn.

The Baldwin Home Museum will offer free admission from 10 am to 4 pm.

This free event is sponsored by Na Kapuna O Maui and Lahaina Restoration Foundation. For more information, call 661-3262 or visit Lahainarestoration.org

Pa’ani Performs at FREE Concert

Thursday, May 30, from 6 – 7:30 PM at
Historic Baldwin Home Museum – Front Lawn
(corner of Dickenson and Front Streets)

[Pa’ani ; play or to play]

Formed specifically for the enjoyment of playing music, and based out of Waiehu, Maui, the gentlemen of Pa’ani consists of Kevin Brown : Slack Key (Ki’hoalu) Guitar, Kahala Greig : Uke Bass, Kalani Miles: 12 String Guitar and Antone Kapalu : Ukulele. 

Pa’ani plays traditonal Hawaiian (Nahenahe) style music.  Sit back, relax and let the music soothe your soul!! Aloha from Pa’ani!!😁🤙

Now in its eleventh year, the Hawaiian Music Series is sponsored by the Hawaii Tourism Authority and the County of Maui Office of Economic Development. For more information, call the Lahaina Restoration Foundation office at 661-3262 or visit @LahainaRestoration on Facebook.

Community Celebration and 56th Annual Meeting

Friday, May 17th
5:30 to 8:30pm
Old Lahaina Prison (corner of Prison St. and Wainee St.)

Lahaina Restoration Foundation welcomes all to an evening of celebration. The public is invited to join the board of directors, staff and members for theater, Hawaiian music and pupu.

The highlight of the evening will be an intimate and engaging performance from Moses Goods, an award-winning, Maui-born writer, storyteller and actor. Goods will portray David Malo, a 19th-century Native Hawaiian historian and scholar, as he delivers a short, dramatic monologue.

In addition to the dramatic performance, the recipients of Lahiana Restoration Foundation’s 2019 scholarships will be announced. For the 2019-20 school year, a total of $47,000 in scholarships will be presented to 11 graduating seniors and 7 alumni of Lahainaluna High School.

The Annual Meeting will include a short business meeting with a report by Lahaina Restoration Foundation Board President David Allaire on the organization’s accomplishments in 2018.

Please join us for this special, and one-of-a-kind event, a celebration of National Preservation Month 2019’s theme, #ThisPlaceMatters. The event is free and open to the public, and parking is available at the municipal lot on the corner of Prison St. and Front St.

Moses Goods performance is curtesy of Hawaiian Mission Houses Historic Site and Archives and funded in part by The Hawaii Tourism Authority.

For more information, contact Lahaina Restoration Foundation at info@lahainarestoration.org or 808-661-3262.

Chinese Kite Festival & Kite Flying Day

Friday, April 26 & Saturday April 27, 2019

FREE ADMISSION TO ALL EVENTS

Let’s go fly (and make!) kites during Lahaina Restoration Foundation’s Chinese Kite Festival at Wo Hing Museum and Cookhouse on Friday, April 26, 2019 and Kite Flying Day at Lahaina Cannery Mall’s open space lawn on Saturday, April 27, 2019. 

Friday, April 26

Wo Hing Museum & Cookhouse • 858 Front Street • Lahaina

10 am-8 pm:

Displays of Ancient and Modern Kites

Kites Available for Purchase in Gift Shop

2 pm:

Presentations on Ancient Chinese Kites and the History of the Modern Kite

3 pm-8 pm

Kite Making Craft for Kids & Adults

Chinese Knotting

Learn and Play Mahjong

4 pm:

Fan Dance/Ribbon Dance with Audience Participation

6 pm:

Presentations on Ancient Chinese Kites and the History of the Modern Kite

7 pm:

Fan Dance/Ribbon Dance with Audience Participation

Saturday, April 27

Lahaina Cannery Mall South Lawn • Hwy. 30 & Keawe Street • Lahaina

10 am-2 pm:

Kite Making Craft for Kids & Adults

Kite Flying with Your Own Kite

10 am:

Watch as Kite Master Robert Loera Attempts to Set Record with 50 Kites In Air at One Time

12 pm:

Catch A Kite Game

To get updates on the festival, learn fun kite facts and see find more information about our kite exhibit at Wo Hing Museum and Cookhouse (Monday, April 22 – Friday, April 26), follow us on Facebook @LahainaRestoration, Twitter @LahainaRestFnd and Instagram @LahainaRestoration.

The festival is presented by Wo Hing Society and Lahaina Restoration Foundation. It is sponsored by Hawai‘i Tourism Authority and the County of Maui Office of Economic Development, and supported by Maui Toy Works and Lahaina Cannery Mall. 

Marvin Tevaga Peforms at FREE Concert

Thursday, April 25, from 6 – 7:30 PM at
Historic Baldwin Home Museum – Front Lawn
(corner of Dickenson and Front Streets)

A Message From Marvin Tevega:

Aloha!

My name is Marvin Tevaga and I am a musician from the island of
Maui, Hawaii. I was born and raised here on the island of Maui where my love for music began. At eight years old, I picked up the ukulele for the first time; 20 years later I am still strumming away!

Growing up in Hawaii with the many diverse cultures, I have grown a
love for various genres of music. This love has helped me take different
songs and make them “my style” or the way I hear each song.

I have been blessed to have worked with many of Hawai’i’s favorite
musicians and they have taught me a lot. I perform for Weddings,
Luaus, Baby Parties, Special Events or at a “jam session” at your hale
(home). Music has taken me to New Zealand, West Coast USA and
various areas in Hawai’i and I am thankful for that.