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Thursday, June 9, 2011

What is there to do in Hawaii for free or cheap?

Hawaii is filled with lots of fun things to do!

This list will include lots of free, cheap and inexpensive things you will enjoy on all the Hawaiian Islands. This includes: Oahu, Kauai, and Maui, Hawaii for the month of June 2011.

This weekend the main event is in celebration of King Kamehameha day!

Oahu: Including Waikiki, Honolulu

June 11th in Waikiki the King Kamehameha parade starts at Kapi’olani Park at 10am-3pm. This event is free.
In Honolulu this free event will start downtown and at the Iolani Place. 808-586-0333

June 24-26 Honolulu the Ala Moana Sunset Cinema and Dragon Boat Festival at Ala Moana Beach Park. 808-951-0350

Hawaii aka “The Big Island”: including Hilo, Kapa’au, Hawi, Volcano

June 11, 2011 enjoy the festivities to celebrate King Kamehameha
Hilo at Coconut Island 9-5pm FREE. For more information

In Kapa’au and Hawi at Kamehameha Park this event is free. For more information call 808-895-3168

June 18, 2011 Volcano Historic Homes Tour 10am-1pm. For rates and reservations call 808-967-7366

Maui: Lahaina, Wailea, Kaanapali, Kapalua
Maui’s finest wine and food festival begins on June 9, 2011 in Kapalua. This event sells out every year! 808-665-9160

June 11th begins the Obon Festival on Maui. This event continues until August! 808-871-4831

Join us for the most colorful parade in Hawaii. See horses and their riders decorated in exotic tropical flowers, and so much more. The parade begins at 10am and it is free. 808-667-9194.

Maui Film Festival begins on 6/15-6/19. This 4 day event is held at various locations on the island of Maui. 808-579-9244

6/18/11 Taste of Wailea part of the Maui Film Festival.

Keiki (kid in Hawaiian) Hula is held every Saturday and Sunday at the Lahaina Cannery Mall. This free event starts at 1pm.

Friday-Sunday enjoy the live music at Leilani’s on the Beach in Kaanapali from 3-5pm.

Kauai: Lihue, PrincevilleHanalei 6/11/11 the American Cancer Society Relay for life 808-227-2345

Lihue on June 18, 2011 the King Kamehameha Celebration Parade will start at the Vidinha Stadium and finish at the County building. 808-831-6895.

Princeville will host the 4th annual Red Clay Jazz Festival at the St. Regis Princeville Resort. 808-245-7464

Written by Marie Glodt, Hawaii Destination Specialist and Maui resident at Travel to Maui

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