HOT SUMMER NIGHTS
Makawao, Maui, Hawaii - On Friday, August 15th, 2014 from 6:00pm to 9:00pm, the historic upcountry Maui town of Makawao continues its growing “Makawao Third Fridays” block party. July’s Makawao Town Party has the theme of “Endless Summer” featuring a movie showing of the 50th Anniversary classic film, “Endless Summer,” with music on the main stage by the fun and spirited 80’s cover band, “I Want Candy.” Roaming magician Brenton Keith & His Bag O’ Tricks will be strolling Baldwin Avenue creating laughter in his wake. Other keiki activities include facepainting, balloon animals & hula hooping. The Makawao Merchants will also continue their popular Silent Auction around town, so be sure to visit your favorite
stores to bid on their fabulous auction items. Join us for dinner at our food court or one of Makawao’s award winning restaurants.
Baldwin Avenue will be closed between Brewer Road and Makawao Avenue, between 5:30pm and 9:00pm.
I Want Candy: 6:00-9:00pm on the Main Stage
Endless Summer Movie: showing in the lot across from Rodeo General
Roaming Magician Brenton Keith & His Bag ‘O Tricks: 6:30-8:00pm
PARKING IS AVAILABLE IN THE FOLLOWING AREAS:
Makawao Base Yard (Across from St. Joseph’s Church)
2 Parking lots on Brewer Road
Makawao Municipal Parking Lot on Makawao Ave near the Library
Komoda Store Parking Lot
County of Maui
Makawao Merchants Association
Noni Films & Media
About Makawao Friday Town Parties:
Following in the footsteps of Wailuku’s successful “First Friday,” Maui County has partnered up with Makawao Town coordinators as well for its new “Maui Fridays” inititiative. The Makawao Friday Town Party schedule started with an inaugural event in the Makawao Town Center on November 18, 2011 with monthly themed events scheduled for the third Friday of each month going forward. For more information, follow the Makawao Town Facebook page at:http://www.facebook.com/makawao or its Twitter feed at http://www.twitter.com/makawaotown
If it’s the third Friday of the month, there’s a party in Makawao.
This paniolo (Hawaiian cowboy) town may be small, but it’s unmistakably big on charm. Makawao has successfully retained its peaceful, balanced nature and picturesque setting, nestled against a sea of rolling green.
The town is a gathering place for both old timers and new comers, embracing an older time and slower pace. Still it has grown into a lively community with talented, locally grown entrepreneurs.
Come join us on the third Friday of every month to celebrate Upcountry Maui, the Makawao way.