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Halloween and other events on Maui

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Can you believe October is nearly over? This year is just flying by! This Tuesday is Halloween, and the biggest party to be found is on Front Street in Lahaina. Festivities begin at 4:30PM with a Halloween Parade, costume contests and a general party atmosphere (see here for more details). There will be road closures and parking lot closures in Lahaina, so do your research if you are driving up there, or see if you can buy a shuttle ticket, according to the website there are still some available. Do remember not to drink and drive – I’m sure the police will be out to enforce the law.

Here is a list of other Halloween events on Maui, courtesy of Maui Now.

Also happening this week…. This coming weekend is the Fourth Annual¬†Made in Maui County Festival. I am really looking forward to this event which takes place on the lawn at the Maui Arts and Cultural Center. It’s a great place to meet local artists, crafters but also some commercial grade operators. The organizers are selective in regards to the vendors which brings up the quality. Last year I discovered HI Spice, a Kihei hotsauce producer – their Smoked Scorpion hotsauce is really good. My friend Shelley will have a booth of her beautiful Hawaii-inspired photography cards there again this year (Alohi Images).

November 5-11 is Wailea Restaurant Week. Twenty-two Wailea restaurants offer 3 course prix-fixe menus (ranging in price from $29-$59). No tickets required, but reservations are recommended. Just be sure to ask for the Wailea Restaurant Week menu. By the way, if you decide you’d rather eat off the regular menu, that is fine too. This is a great way to try a new restaurant or two for a reasonable price. Drinks are, of course, extra. Wailea Restaurant Week takes place twice a year (also in May).

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