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Thursday, May 31, 2012

What to do in Hawaii in June

Aloha from Hawaii,

Todays blog is covering local events happening in Hawaii for the month of June 2012. Maui: June 8-10 Kapalua Wine and Food Festival will be celebrating their 31st year making wine and food magic on the island of Maui. 808-665-7231

June 13-17 Wailea and Kahului will be hosting the annual Maui Film Festival. For times and locations contact 808-579-9244

June 24 Kahului K Ho’alu Festival at the Maui Arts and Cultural Center from 2-7pm. FREE

Kauai: June 3-Kapa’a Tastes of Hawaii ultimate Sunday Brunch. Smith Tropical Paradise 11:30-3:30

June 16-17-Hanalei American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life of Hanalei being held at Wai’oli Park 808-246-0695

June 27-30-Lihue 5th Annual Red Clay Jazz Festival at the Kauai Lagoons Resort. 808-822-3148 or

Ongoing on Kauai Kapa’a Slack Key Saturdays Na Keiki O Ka Aina Cultural Center 5pm $15-20 808-826-1469 Lihue on Saturdays Larry Rivera aka “Mr. Coco Palms” sings songs, talks story and shares his memories at the Kauai Museum 808-245-6931

Big Island of Hawaii: June 2 In Waimea see the Brothers Cazimero in concert. Featuring chants, dances and Hawaiian music. Kahilu Theatre 808-885-6868

June 11 King Kamehameha Day Celebration being held in Kohala at the Kamehameha Park. FREE! Oahu: June 8-10 Honolulu and Waikiki will be a buzz with the Pan Pacific Festival. This will feature hula festival, parade and more!
June 9 Honolulu The King Kamehameha Celebration Floral Parade begins in downtown Honolulu and ends at Kapi’olani Park. FREE!
June 9 Honolulu will host the lei draping ceremony at the Statue of King Kamehameha . FREE! 3:30pm

Ongoing on Oahu: Saturdays and Sundays check at Art on the Zoo Fence. 9am-4pm FREE!

For more information about Hawaiian vacations or to schedule a consulting appointment with one of our Hawaii Specialists contact us at Travel to Maui is a Hawaiian travel agency located on the beautiful island of Maui, Hawaii.

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