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Seabury Hall Craft Fair Tomorrow May 10, 2012

Remember when we posted the some of the upcoming events on Maui for the month of May and June? We did not have the Seabury Hall Craft Fair on the list, but we actually highly recommend it.  We just did not have the details when we posted a month ago.  Well, we have some information now, we look forward to going there tomorrow!

Experience the splendor of springtime in upcountry Maui at the Seabury Hall Craft Fair, a tradition for Maui families for 38 years. It’s always held on the day before Mother’s Day, and provides the perfect opportunity to pick up a unique gift for Mom while the entire family has fun.

The juried craft fair features the work of more than 100 local artisans. There’s also live entertainment throughout the day by Gail Swanson, Dr. Nat and Rio Ritmo, Haiku Hillbillies, Marty Dread, and other popular entertainers.

The fair includes great food, a bakery with delicious treats, silent and live auctions, games and bouncy rides for the kids, a plant sale and more. 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at 480 Olinda Road, just one mile above Makawao Town. Admission is $3 for adults. Children ages 12 and under are free. Free parking is available as well as premium parking for $10. To learn more, visit www.seaburyhall.org.

Watch this video from the precious craft fairs to see how fun it is!

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*Information, Photo and Video are from Seabury Hall Website and Facebook Page

Fabianis, A New Place To Eat In Kihei

 One of the frequently asked questions we have from our guests is “where to eat?”  For many who had been regularly visiting Maui, they tell us that they want to know what’s new and where do locals eat.  Today, we have a guest Blogger, @DJSmook, who shared with us his review of this new restaurant in Kihei known as Fabianis:

Fabianis is  a little bakery and restaurant in Kihei. It is located in between Kihei Gas and Kihei Storage on East Lipoa Street.  Their address is 95 East Lipoa Street for those of you that want to locate them on your GPS and smart phone apps.  You can give it a call at (808) 874-0888.  It is open for Breakfast, Brunch, Lunch, and Supper.  You can pay in cash or any major credit card or debit cards. It is  open from 7A till 12 A daily.

Fabiani’s is an awesome place to have breakfast, brunch, lunch, and supper.  It has  good drinks over there also and prices that won’t blow a hole in your wallets or credit cards.  This is a place with the local people on their mind.  One thing I really like about this place is its affordable prices.  

 On their breakfast  menu, the prices do not exceed $8 for what they have on that menu.  Drinks are reasonably priced for breakfast.  On their lunch menu, the prices do not exceed $11 for what it has on that menu for that time.  Drinks are affordable at this time also.  The supper menu does not exceed $15 dollars.  

Fabiani’s have great pizzas. They have awesome choices on the menu to accommodate most people’s needs.  For example, they have gluten free pastas and sauces available for people who can’t tolerate gluten.  Fabiani’s have great soups, salads, and sandwiches for you too.  

 Oh and who can’t resist desert?  They have scrumptious bakery goodness!  

 

I had the Chicken Pesto Panini with a side of Salad and for desert their awesome Red Velvet Cake.  I have to say, the Panini was so wonderful.  It was perfectly cooked and prepared, tasted awesome, and fills you up.  The Red Velvet Cake is large enough to feed a couple or a group of three people!  It’s that big!  The cake was so moist and very velvety when you eat it.  It just melts in your mouth that’s how good it is.  They have awesome pizza specials and other great specials on certain days too.

 It’s a very family (ohana) friendly restaurant.  Earlier today when I was there for lunch, I saw a mini play group of kids there enjoying some pizza with their parents and friends.  The staff are so kind to those groups of people.  The atmosphere at Fabiani’s in great!  The music they play during the lunch hour is great and it’s not too noisy, just enough so you can hear others and not over power peoples voices. There was a great mix of tourists and locals in there and even had some Maui Police officers, Fire Fighters, and Paramedics in the mix too!  

Soon they will be having an outside seating for patrons.  Fabiani’s has a high quality service. They really take care of you while you are there.  The servers and hosts check up on you every 8-10 minutes asking how everything is and give you unlimited refills on soft drinks, coffee, and tea.  

 You won’t be sorry after you’ve tried this place out.  If you have any questions about Fabiani’s Bakery and Pizzeria, give them a call and they will help you out!  

Thank you @JDSmook for your review. 

A Delightful Review from One of Our Guests!

We have recently received a review at VRBO.com  from one of our guests who stayed at our  Makena Surf Unit.  We are happy to share them with you:

Terrific condo surrounded by beautiful landscape!

Guest: Swimmer4 (Lethbridge, Alberta Canada)
Date of Stay: 04/08/12 Review Submitted: 04/19/12

We were very happy with this condo. We just got back from our 6 day stay and hope to return again next year! The view from this condo is spectacular & breath taking! We enjoyed the sunset every evening & watching out for whales! The photos on the website are accurate. We found the condo to be clean and everything was working. Lots of room for our family of 4; the unit is very comfortable. In the hall closet, we were pleasantly surprised to find a great supply of beach chairs, boogie boards & beach towels available. Saves us from having to buy them & then have to leave behind.

The property was very clean, well manicured & beautifully maintained! We were very impressed with all the landscaping that has been done! All the landscaping adds to the privacy around the pool & tennis courts.

We snorkeled every morning right in front of our building, enjoyed playing tennis, enjoyed the pool and the beach is very nice. The sand is so soft! We will definately be recommending this property to family & friends.

We enjoyed the Luau at Old Lahaina – a great evening out with terrific entertainment! We took the kids zip-lining with Sky-line Eco Adventures who have great, great staff! Such fun! This property & condo are so nice, we felt that we didn’t want to leave to venture out!

We were very happy to stay put & relax!

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For more information about our luxury vacation rental units, visit our website at AlohaLuxuryProperties.com or e-mail us at info@alohaluxuryproperties.com

We look forward to having you as our guests!

May and June Events on Maui – 2012

Raw Onion Eating Contest
1. Maui Onion Festival  at the Whalers Village in Kaanapali – Saturday, May 5   There are onions. And then there are Maui Onions. Believed by many to be the sweetest onions in the whole wide world, these glorious bulbs are the star of our annual festival.  The Maui Onion Festival has been a signature event at Whalers Village since 1990. It’s dedicated to the cultivation and promotion of the world-famous Maui Onion and is attended by thousands of visitors and residents every year.

2009 Maui Matsuri

2. Maui Matsuri, Saturday, May 12th, 2:00 pm to 9:00 pm University of Hawaii – Maui College  The 12th Annual Maui Matsuri scheduled for May 11-12, honors Japanese cultural traditions with its annual theme of “Kodomo No Tame Ni (for the sake of the children).”  Young and old alike will delight in this year’s offerings of art, entertainment, contests, crafts and food.  A free Family Movie Night will be held on Friday, May 11, in the University of Hawaii – Maui College Student Center (Pilina Building).  The Matsuri festivities continue on Saturday, May 12, from 2 to 9 p.m. at University of Hawaii – Maui College, where Matsuri organizers will transform the grassy knolls of the campus into a bunkamura (Japanese village), dotted with stalls selling mouth watering goodies and a variety of crafts. The demonstration and entertainment stages will showcase the best of Maui County’s Japanese and Okinawan talent as well as traditional martial arts and eating contests.  Contestants are  also being sought for the saimin and natto eating contests, and the costume cosplay (costume play) contest.  Keiki have a world of their own at the Kodomo Korner where tons of hands-on free craft activities such as origami and gyotaku (Japanese fish printing) will be available.   Japanese superheroes Kikaida and his friends headline the event at 3:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m.  The festival ends with a community obon dance starting from 7:30 pm.  The community is invited to wear a hapi coat or kimono and join in on the dancing. Admission to the festival and parking are free.

3rd Annual Maui Brewers Festival

3. Maui Brewers Festival 2012 – Saturday, May 19, 3:00 PM til 7:00 PM at the Maui Arts and Cultural Center (MACC) Pavilion/Amphitheater  Maui Brewers Festival showcases the best craft beers made in Hawai`i and beyond. Join hosts Maui Brewing Company and Maui Arts & Cultural Center for a leisurely day of tasting beers from two dozen craft breweries, sampling appetizers from Maui’s popular restaurants, live entertainment with island bands and prize giveaways. Paid general admission includes eight 4 oz. samples of micro-brews and imports, unlimited island-style dishes and parking. A Happy Hour connoisseur package is available for early entry at 2 pm, reserved parking and more.  The event is a fundraiser for the MACC with net proceeds benefiting its arts and educational programs for students, seniors and the Maui community. Follow us on Twitter @mauibrewfest. This event is for adults 21 years & over 267. General Admission $45/in advance, $55/on event day; Happy Hour Package $75/in advance, $85/on event day (plus applicable fees)

4. Ka‘anapali Beach Resort will welcome 60 of the best watermen and women who practice ancient Hawaiian canoe sailing at the 7th annual Wa‘a Kiakahi Festival, June 1-3. Events will include traditional Hawaiian welcome and farewell ceremonies, sailing canoe rides, celestial navigation and history talks, and race viewing. Created by the Hawaiian Sailing Canoe Association (HSCA), Wa‘a Kiakahi is anevent dedicated to traditional Hawaiian canoe sailing and the education of its history.  Contrary to ordinary outrigger canoe paddling, HSCA honors how the ancient Hawaiians actually traveled between the islands: members do not make crew changes during races and they travel every island channel that connects the Hawaiian islands. The mission of the Hawaiian Sailing Canoe Association (HSCA) is to learn, revive,educate and practice the ancient Hawaiian skills and values as they relate to sailingcanoes and the Hawaiian culture. HSCA is the only Hawaiian sailing canoe association in the world and is celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2012. For more information, visit the  Kaanapali Resort Blog.

5.  Kapalua Wine & Food Festival on June 8–10, 2012 A collaboration of Kapalua Resort partners creating a new spin on the longest running food and wine event in the USA and showcasing why we are “Lucky Live Hawaii!” This celebration of the finest in food and wine will embrace all things Hawaiian, especially the fabulous culinary bounty on Maui and here at the world renowned Kapalua Resort.

Kapalua Wine and Food Festival

On Friday, June 8, there is a Festival Golf Tournament at The Bay Course
Pair up perfectly with Festival winemakers, speakers and guests for a game of gently rolling fairways and scenic ocean views with complimentary awards luncheon to follow: Wine Seminar – 1:30 pm – 3 pm; The Grand Tasting – 6 pm – 9 pm
Let your palate explore hundreds of celebrated wines from regions around the world and savor the cuisine of local culinary stars and locally grown produce. Live local entertainment.  The grand finale event showcases Maui’s top chefs and the bounty of the Pacific! Enjoy wine, beer and spirits while you mingle with winemakers, chefs and friends right on the Beach House Lawn! And dance on to the live entertainment featuring live local entertainment. Call for tickets & more information: 808-665-7231

6. Maui Film Festival – June 13-17, 2012, Wailea
Hawaiian Culture meets the Big Screen at this annual film festival in Wailea. Film Premieres at the Celestial Cinema are set up in Wailea Golf Club’s driving range; Maui Skydome is in the Wailea Resort; Castle and McCoy Theatres are at Maui Arts & Cultural Center. Special events include the celebrity Tributes, Starry Night Moon Dance; Taste of Chocolate; Taste of Wailea, plus filmaker panels and industry awards.

7. Na Kamehameha Commemorative Pau Parade & Hoolaulea at
Kamehameha Iki Park – Old Armory Park 500 Front Street, Lahaina, Maui on June 16, 2012 9:00am – 4:00pm

Hoolaulea Opens at 9:00AM Pau Parade Begins at 9:45AM. This event is to honor the Kamehameha Lineage with a day of celebration and commemoration in the center of the first capital of Hawaii. Pau Parade will commence at 9:45am from Kenui St. down Front St. to Shaw St., Hookupu Ceremony, Games, Entertainment, Food, Crafters, Exhibits and Tours.

Na Kamehameha Commemorative Pa’u Parade & Ho’olaule’a June 18, 2011

The Pau Parade will commence at 9:45 am from Kenui St. down Front St. to Shaw St. Six Commentary Stations along Front St, Longhi’s, Kimo’s, Cheeseburger in Paradise, Lahaina Pizza Co., Wharf Cinema Center, and Kamehameha Iki Park! Contact Daryl Fujiwara  at 808-264-8779 or e-mail him at sfdhawaii@gmail.com for more information.

Mango Cheesecake Recipe

Crust:

1 1/3 cups all-purpose flour
1 1/3 cups graham cracker crumbs
1 1/3 cups unsweetened coconut
3 tbsp. granulated sugar
2 tsp. lime zest
1 cup (2 sticks/8 oz./226g) unsalted butter, melted

Fruit Filling:
2 tbsp. (1/4 stick/1 oz./28g) unsalted butter
2 fresh mangoes, peeled and sliced
1/4 cup granulated sugar
1 tsp. lime zest
1 tbsp. lime juice
1 tsp. fresh ginger, grated
1/2 tsp. ground nutmeg

Cheesecake Filling:
1 lb. (two 8 oz. packages/16 oz./453g) cream cheese, room temperature
3/4 cup granulated sugar
1 1/2 tbsp. all-purpose flour
1/8 tsp. salt
1/2 cup fresh mango puree
2 tbsp. sour cream
1 tbsp. lime juice
1/2 tbsp. vanilla extract
3 eggs

Mango Peach Glaze:
2 Mangoes sliced
1 Jar Peach (fruit glaze)

Cooking Process
1. For Crust:
Preheat oven to 350°F/180°C. Combine flour, graham crumbs and coconut with sugar and lime zest. Stir in melted butter and blend until even and crumbly. Press into the bottom and an inch up the sides of an ungreased 9-inch springform pan. Bake for 8 to 10 minutes, until browned around edges and allow to cool. Wrap bottom of pan will foil and place in a baking dish that has at least a 2-inch lip. Reduce oven temperature to 300°F/150°C.2. To Prepare Fruit Filling:
Melt butter in a sauté pan over medium heat. Add mangoes, sugar, lime zest, lime juice, ginger and nutmeg. Sauté for 5 to 6 minutes, until fruit is tender and juices have evaporated. Allow to cool for 10 minutes and spread into bottom of baked crust.

3. Cheesecake Filling:
Beat cream cheese in a mixer fitted with the paddle attachment or with electric beaters until smooth and fluffy, scraping down the sides of the bowl often. Add sugar, flour and salt and beat again scraping down the sides of the bowl often. Mix in mango purée, sour cream, lime juice and vanilla and blend well. At this point, there should be no lumps – if there are, beat again until smooth. Add eggs one at a time, beating well after each addition, and scraping bowl thoroughly. Pour cheesecake into prepared pan.  Take cheesecake in baking dish to oven door. Pour boiling water around pan to come up halfway. ** I would strongly recommend using a cheesecake moat to prevent your cheesecake from getting ruined.  Instead of putting your springform pan in an aluminum roaster pan, you would put it in the cheesecake moat which will protect it from water damage and provide the necessary water barrier to produce perfect cheesecakes!

Bake for 1 1/2 to 2 hours. Halfway through cooking, crack the oven door for 10 minutes then complete cooking. Turn off oven, crack oven door, and let cheesecake cool to room temperature. Chill overnight in springform pan.

4. Mango Glaze
Slice peaches into various sizes.  Place in pattern on top of cheesecake. Pour glaze over fruit.

5. To serve, run a paring knife around the edge of the cheesecake and remove ring.

Makes 12 to 16 servings.

*** Mahalo to Cooking Hawaiian Style for allowinf us to re=post the recipe and the photo – For more instructions and video on how to best cook this, please to to http://cookinghawaiianstyle.com/index.php?option=com_recipe&view=recipes&layout=detail&id=628

April 2012 Events On Maui

It’s almost halfway through March. It’s time for us to highlight some of the events happening next month (April) to give you ample time to plan. Here’s our event picks:

Opening Ceremony

1. Celebration of the Arts – This prestigious event is held at the Ritz Carlton in Kapalua on April 6 weekend. The Ritz Carlton had been hosting this cultural event that pay tribute to the people, arts, and traditions of Hawaii. There will be seminars on Hawaiin current events, arts and crafts, hula performances and other exhibits. The closing celebration culminates in a Paina and entertainment by asd amazing presentation by Ulalela.

Ag Fest

2. Maui County Agricultural Festival – This fun family event will be held at the Maui Tropical Plantation on April 7. Maui AgFest aims to bring awarenenss to the local agriculture industry through various aspects of the event: exhibits, cooking and baking demonstrations, contest and also through music and dance.

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3. Banyan Tree Birthday party – The 139th birthday of the Lahaima town’s famous Banyan Tree will be celebrated with a birthday cake on April 21. Artists playing nature artworkds, hands-on activities for children and multi-cultural entertainment.

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4. East Maui Taro Festival. Have you tasted at “taro” yet?  If not, it will be a great time to taste this Hawaiian staple at the East Maui Taro Festival. Enjoy the all day festival on Saturday, April 28, with live music and hula, arts and crafts, and ancient games, food booth and taro planting demonstrations

* Photo Credits:  Taro Photo by Kent K. Barnes / kentkb; all other photos are by Peter Liu – via and linked to Flckr.

What To Do On A Rainy Day on Maui? Watch Ulalena

It’s raining … it’s pouring … the Maui visitors are wondering … “what are we going to do?  There are many things to do on Maui on a rainy day, but we want to highlight one actiivity that your whole family will love. That is enjoying the show Ulalena. You will be mermerized by the story, the music and the incredible performance of the Ulalena cast.

Ulalena is an indoor theatrical presentation of Hawaiian myths, legends and culture. Stories include that of the Kumulipo, believed by ancient Hawaiians to be the story of creation; Pele, the volcano goddess; and Hina, the moon goddess. Shows incorporate the art of hula, theatrical performances and acrobatics. A unique, one-of-a-kind indoor performance at the Maui Theatre in Lahaina can add to your vacation experience, despite the weather conditions.

'Ulalena - Maui Theatre, October 2010

You have the option of just watching the show, or you can make it easier and more enjoyable for yourself and your family by having dinner there too. Dinner packages are available at a reasonable price with choices of menu from Ruth Chris’s, Lahaina Prime Rib, Hard Rock and Lahaina Grill.

Ulalena is one of a kind spectacular show that can only be seen on Maui.  As one writer said, “you’d be swept away on the same journey from the creation of the islands to the early island explorers”.  Ulalena blends traditional theatre with acrobatic feats of strength and beauty. It’s a family-friendly winning show! Watch this:

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For more information or make reservations, visit the Ulalena official website.

We Love This Review By Sue on Na Hale O Keauhou

We love this review written by Sue on Flipkeyregarding one of our units on the Big island, Hawaii – the Na Hale O Keauhou:
Big Island vacation rentalLove This Place! My husband, sister in law and two children (ages 11 and 17) and I stayed here for the second time last week (this exact unit). We love the complex as it is quiet, well maintained and very nice. We loved sitting on the patio to enjoy the sights – including a distant view of the ocean. There is an entry gate, so it feels fairly safe and you know everyone there is likely living or vacationing there. There is a shopping center in walking distance, with restaurants and a market. You can also walk down to a small beach with snorkeling, and other hotels, etc. My husband and I walked every day we were there and enjoyed seeing all of the beautiful vacation homes along ali’i drive. The pool is nice – nothing fancy like you will find at big hotels, but it serves the purpose, and there is a jacuzzi also.
The units are good size with a full size kitchen and 3 bedrooms upstairs. We had plenty of room with 5 people in the unit. The rooms all have fans and there is also air conditioning if needed.
The units were prepared with lots of supplies such as bath towels, beach towels, kitchen dish soap, toilet paper, snorkel gear, etc, so we didn’t have to buy all necessary supplies day one.
We have looked at units for sale in this complex and would love to own one, that is how much we like it!
By SueinCA from 33020 on 2/27/2012 for a stay in 2/1/2012 at
My Detailed Ratings
Value: 0 of 5 Check-in: 0 of 5 Location: 0 of 5 Cleanliness: 0 of 5 Comfort: 0 of 5 Service: 4 of 5

Maui March 2012 Events

March 2012 is almost here!  Do you have some big plans this month? Or are you like me, no definite plans yet but always on the look out for fun things to do.  I looked at the Maui Events Calendar and there are four (4) events that I thought are worth highlighting and sharing here.

Wailuku First Friday March 2012Wailuku First Friday “Zumba Wailuku” March 2, 2012, 6 p.m. – 9 p.m. Wailuku First Friday celebrates its love for community and health with Hawaii Medical Service Association’s Zumba Wailuku. All of Maui is invited to come! Entertainment includes:

  • Non-stop Zumba at the Wailuku Banyan Tree Park
  • Bryan and Friends on the Maui Thing Stage, 6 p.m.
  • Gene and Shea Argel in front of Cafe ‘O Lei
  • Joel Katz at 33 N. Market Street
  • Live music at Main Street Bistro
  • Maui OnStage at the historic Iao Theater performs “Grease”  at 7:30 pm, $22, reservations recommended – 242-6969

Market Street will close at 5:30 p.m. No cars will be allowed during the event. Cars left parked on the street during the event will be ticketed. Artisans, crafters and food vendors will line the street!  Parking available at Maui Medical Group Parking Lot, Municipal Parking Lot and Wells Park

Ulupalakua Remembers March 4, 2012 11am to 4pm – Ulupalakua hosts a Sunday Drive events quarterly, to share and honor different aspects of this unique historic area.  Each event features live music on the beautiful grounds of Maui’s Winery, lunch specials at the Ulupalakua Ranch Store, complimentary wine tasting and an opportunity to learn more about the area’s history and culture.
This weekend they are celebrating the rich heritage of this historic ranchland in an event called “Ulupalakua Remembers”.

  • Music at Winery Grounds Stage  11 – 4
  • Grammy winner Richard Ho’opi’i & Ohana
  • Ukulele virtuoso Derick Sebastian
  • Joel Katz Hawaiian steel guitar
  • Seabury Hall Hawaiian Ensemble
  • Uncle Benny Uyetake
  • HistoryRemembering legendary Ulupalakua artist Reems Mitchell, creator of Maui’s most photographed statues. View memorabilia of his work and life

Lahaina Whale and Ocean Arts Festival  March 10 – 11, 2012
Lahaina celebrates the annual migration of Pacific Humpback whales with ocean arts festivities. On Saturday and Sunday from 9am to 5pm in Banyan Tree Park Several Whale Research groups will educate visitors and locals alike. Artists display their best marine-themed art for sale, while Hawaiian musicians and hula troupes entertain. Enjoy a kids ocean art contest, whale photo displays. Free admission.

Haiku Ho’olaule’a & Flower Festival Sat., March 31st, 2012 9am – 4:30pm
The mission of the Haiku Ho’olaule’a & Flower Festival  is to celebrate the past and present of the community of Haiku while building for the future.  The festival highlights local agriculture, arts, crafts and restaurants.  The rich cultural heritage is evident in the entertainment, historical displays and kupuna talks.  The festival is a collaborative effort of the Haiku School PTA, the Haiku Boys & Girls Club and the Haiku Community Association.  The monies raised by the event are used primarily to support the educational enrichment programs at Haiku School.  Programs such as art enrichment, creative movement, music, physical education, field trips, playground equipment, classroom allowances and bottled water.  The Boys & Girls Club and Haiku Community Association also benefit.  Wherever you are from we hope you enjoy this unique Haiku Community event.  Cost: Free Admission

Hula Halau Kekuaokala’au’ala’iliahi At The Maui Nui Botanical Gardens This Saturday Feb. 25, 2012

Hula Halau at the Botanical Garden

Ke’ala’iliahi 2012

The Halau Kekuaokala’au’ala’iliahi are performing at the Maui Nui Botanical Gardens 150 Kanaloa Ave this Saturday, February 25th, 2012 from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm

This is a fun family event. The Cost is $10 (presale), $15 (at gate), children 5 and under are free!

Great Entertainers such as  Weldon Kekauoha & Friends, Hoku Zuttermeister & Friends, Del Beazley & Friends, Walt Keale & Friends, O’Brien Eselu & Ke Kai O Kahiki and Halau Kekuaokala’au’ala’iliahi will be be perforning. There are also Food, Arts & Craft Booths, Silent Auction during the event.

Tickets Available at:  American Savings Bank – Pukalani, Maui Thing – Wailuku, ‘Ulalena Maui Theatre – Lahaina and any Halau Member