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There’s never a bad time to visit paradise, but this spring and summer Maui communities make it easier than ever to have an unforgettable experience. Outdoor adventures await in every direction and the community of Lahaina is especially inviting this time of year. Special events, festivals, and endless family-friendly fun – it’s time to plan your Hawaiian getaway.
What better way to explore Hawaii’s tropical beauty than by packing up the car and embarking on a scenic driving tour? From the urban and cultural attractions of Honolulu to the pristine beaches of Waikiki, there’s much to see – and the Molokai Ferry departs daily from Lahaina.
The 2016 Chinese Kite Festival is a chance for a unique cultural experience at the Wo Hing Museum on April 15th and 16th. It’s two days of colorful kite flying, intriguing exhibits, cultural games, Chinese music and entertainment, and more. The fun starts at 10 a.m. both days.
With so much to see and do around the island, it’s easy to work up a big thirst – Good thing there’s the 8th Annual Maui Brewer's Festival on May 14th. That’s when the Maui Arts and Cultural Center in Kahului hosts an afternoon of delicious craft beers, food, live music, a brew competition, and more. The pours start flowing at 3 p.m.
Celebrations of Chinese culture continue on September 16th and 17th, when the 2016 Chinese Moon Festival comes to the Wo Hing Museum. It’s an event of epic proportions with a Chinese harvest, traditional teas and moon cakes, Chinese lantern lighting, and more.
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