Maui Arts & Entertainment

Lucky We Live Wailuku: First Friday March 4, 2011

March 4, 2011, 10:06 AM HST
* Updated March 4, 7:21 PM
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First Friday Poster for March 2011. Click image to enlarge.

By Wendy Osher

Lucky We Live Wailuku!  That’s the theme along with going green for the March/Saint Patty’s Day edition of First Friday in Wailuku Town.

The event runs from 6-8:30 tonight, March 4, 2011 along Market Street in the heart of Old Wailuku Town.

The entertainment line up includes music up and down the street from:

  • Gene & Shea Argel with live music fronting Cafe o Lei, 5 p.m.
  • Phys Ed Rentals, Mauitime live band, 7 p.m.
  • Visibly Shaken, at the Main Street Promenade, 6 p.m.
  • Maui Blues Band at the Wailuku Banyan Tree Park, 6 p.m.
  • Super Dub Tribe, live band at Maui Thing

There’s also a variety of other entertainment:

  • Aloha Poetry Slam at Gallerie Ha, 8 p.m.
  • Robotics Team Demo hosted by King Kekaulike High School students.
  • Meow Mix: by Maui Onstage & the Maui Humane Society.  Cost is $5 or a bag of cat food.  Showings are at 7, 8, and 9 p.m.
  • Swan Interiors, Featured artist Liluushka St. Amant.
  • I Love Wailuku Video Contest: 2-3 minute video contest for high school students.
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Plus, for food lovers, restaurants and vendors participating in the event include Gionattos Pizza, Main Street Bistro, Cafe o Lei, Saeng Thai, Maui Bake Shop, King’s BBQ, Uptown Chevron, Wailuku Coffee Co., Maui Cattle Co., Four Sisters Kitchen, and…

  • Pork Lau Lau Bowls, ono Hawaiian food, and an ‘awa bar at Native Intelligence.  Proceeds from the sale of $6 Lau Lau Bowls go to support the University of Hawaii Maui College 2nd year Hawaiian Language Students.
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The event is free with FREE Parking at the Maui Medical Group from 5-9 pm.  Event organizers ask that cars be cleared from Market Street during the event.  Eat, laugh, and be lucky!

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