March into Maui: A Month of Cultural Celebrations and Outdoor Adventures

Posted by Island Sotheby's International Realty on Tuesday, February 27th, 2024 at 1:37pm

March on Maui is a time of celebration, connection, and cultural immersion, offering a diverse lineup of events. From environmental conservation efforts, to exhilarating runs and cultural festivals, here's a guide to the most anticipated events happening on the island this March.


Kamehameha Schools Maui Ho’olaule’a

March 2, on the grounds of the high school campus in Pukalani

The Ho’olaule’a at Kamehameha Schools is an annual celebration and fundraiser to provide support for educational & cultural programs and scholarships for Kamehameha Schools Maui students. This event is a vibrant showcase of traditional Hawaiian arts, crafts, music, and dance, providing a unique opportunity for attendees to immerse themselves in the spirit of aloha and community unity. It's a day filled with educational workshops, delicious local food, unique shopping with local vendors, and performances by students and renowned artists alike.

More Information: Kamehameha Schools Maui

Free admission and free parking



Maui 5K

March 3, Maui Ocean Center

The Maui 5K is an annual event designed to promote health, fitness, and community spirit while supporting educational initiatives in Maui's schools. Participants of all ages are encouraged to run or walk the course, making it a perfect event for families, fitness enthusiasts, and anyone looking to contribute to a great cause. The event also includes a 1-mile run for keiki (children), ensuring a fun and active day for the entire family.

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Maui Calls: In Celebration of the Navigator

March 9, Maui Arts and Sultural Center

Maui Calls is an annual gala fundraising event. This year’s theme pays tribute to the art of Polynesian navigation and the legendary voyaging canoe, Hōkūleʻa. Set under the stars at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center, this evening features top-tier Hawaiian music, hula, and gourmet cuisine from Maui's finest chefs. It's a celebration of the pioneering spirit that continues to guide the wayfinder within us all.

More Information: Maui Calls


Artist 2 Artist - Henry Kapono & Kimié Miner

March 14, Maui Arts and Cultural Center

The Artist 2 Artist series presents an intimate concert experience with Henry Kapono and Kimié Miner, two iconic figures in Hawaiian music. This event is part of a series that explores the artists' musical influences, personal stories, and the evolution of their careers. Attendees can expect a night of heartfelt performances, engaging dialogue, and a deep dive into the creative process that defines Hawaii's musical landscape.

More information: Maui Arts and Cultural Center



Ho'omau 2024

March 23, Maui Nui Botanical Gardens

Ho'omau is the premiere annual benefit concert supporting the perpetuation of Hawaiian language and culture through immersive education. This event gathers some of Hawaii's most celebrated musicians for a day of music, hula, and Hawaiian arts and crafts.

More Information: Ho'omau 2024


J Boog with Special Guest Collie Buddz

March 29, Maui Arts and Cultural Center

Get ready for an unforgettable night of reggae and island music with J Boog, featuring special guest Collie Buddz. This concert promises to deliver an electrifying performance filled with soulful melodies, rhythmic beats, and an atmosphere that embodies the island spirit. Both artists are celebrated for their contributions to the reggae scene, making this a must-see event for fans of the genre.

More Information: Maui Arts & Cultural Center



The Great Whale Count

March 30, Hawaii Shorelines

The Great Whale Count by the Pacific Whale Foundation is a citizen science project that invites volunteers to participate in a whale count that helps monitor the humpback whale population in Maui's waters. One of the world’s longest-running community scientist projects, dating back to 1995, this event is crucial for research and conservation efforts, offering a hands-on experience in marine biology and conservation for participants of all ages. It's a unique opportunity to contribute to the understanding and protection of these magnificent creatures.

More Information: Pacific Whale Foundation


Kealia Pond National Wildlife Refuge Photography Contest

Thru March 31

The Friends of Kealia Pond National Wildlife Refuge, in partnership with Keālia Pond NWR, are delighted to unveil a wildlife photography contest. Each participating photographer not only celebrates their own artistic achievements but also contributes to the vital conservation efforts led by the Friends of Kealia Pond National Wildlife Refuge. These efforts are aimed at enhancing the visitor experience, creating engaging environmental and educational programs, providing volunteer support for refuge initiatives, and securing funding for these important activities. 

More Information: Friends of Kealia Pond



Ukulele Lessons at The Shops at Wailea

Fridays at the Shops at Wailea

Discover the joy of Hawaiian music with free ukulele lessons offered at The Shops at Wailea. These lessons are designed for individuals of all skill levels, providing a welcoming environment to learn the basics of the ukulele and play a few songs. It's a wonderful opportunity to immerse yourself in Hawaiian culture and pick up a new skill in a fun and supportive setting.

More Information: The Shops at Wailea



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