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October 2014 Maui Newsletter via Hawaii Ocean Project
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It's time for another adventure.

Specifically, one on Maui.

Isn't it time for a Hawaiian holiday?
Starting this month, the festivities really take effect on Maui.

In a few weeks, Lahaina will play host to its annual Halloween event where people from all over the world gather in costumes, makeup and wigs to celebrate this holiday. In November, college basketball enthusiasts gather to cheer on their favorite teams during the EA Sports Maui Invitational. Throughout November and December, Maui also has countless holiday fairs, festivals and bazaars that showcase the talented small businesses that our island has to offer. It's a great time to pick up unique gifts, try various types of food and listen to talented local entertainers.

Thar she blows!

Our first Whale Watch of the season is on December 1st!

Pizza Done Right at Pi Artisan Pizzeria

They've only been around for a few months, but they've created quite the buzz! Everyone's talkin' about their delicious Artisan pizzas using quality ingredients and a no-nonsense approach to serving it.

Two Nights of Epic Entertainment

Looking for the ultimate 2-For-1 deal? How about a Sunset Dinner Cruise off of Lahaina one evening and an authentic luau featuring traditional Polynesian dance and music on the next night!

Historical Tour Done on Your Time

Start your self-guided tour of the Lahaina Historic Trail by picking up the walking guide at the Lahaina Visitor Center in the Old Lahaina Courthouse. The tour consists of 62 historic sites spread throughout 55 acres of Lahaina, Hawaii.

Bed and Breakfast

If you're looking to avoid the resort-type accommodations, but don't want to sacrifice exceptional resort dining. We may have what you are looking for. Lahaina's Plantation Inn is an eighteen room Bed and Breakfast featuring Contemporary Island French Cuisine by Chef Gerard Reversade.

Lighting, Cameras and Ghouls.

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October

Dubbed the Mardi Gras of the Pacific, Lahaina puts on an incredible evening celebrating Halloween.

24-26
November

Each year Men's college basketball fans gather to watch teams battle out in the Lahaina Civic Center.

5-6
December

Join our community at the annual two-day lighting ceremony of our Historical Lahaina Banyan Tree.

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