Kihei 4th Friday Town Party

Kihei Fourth Friday Town Party

“September Comedy with Da Braddahs”

 

Kihei, Maui, Hawaii – Come to the south shore of Maui for Kihei’s Fourth Friday Town Party on September 26th from 6 to 9 p.m. at Azeka Shopping Center – Mauka, the “heart and soul” of  Kihei. Enjoy a night out with “September Comedy from Da Braddahs” and Upbeat Tunes from HIGroove. Kathy Collins will MC. Enjoy food, art, crafts, and plenty of great shopping deals. Other highlights include the popular Keiki/Youth Zone, Games, Activities, Bubbles, Face Painting and more.

Missy Aguilar will be performing in the Food Court.

 

Bring a non-perishable Food Donation for The Maui Food Bank. Donation drop off at the Entertainment stage and Event Central in front of Java Cafe.

 

Opening:

  • 6:00 – 6:05pm –   Opening Announcements by MC Kathy Collins

 

  • 6:05 – 6:10 p.m. – Opening blessing

 

Entertainment:

  • 6:10 – 6:15pm   –  Announcements by MC Kathy Collins
  • kathy

 

  • 6:15 – 7:45p.m. – HIGroove

 

  • 7:45 – 7:55pm.  – Announcements by MC Kathy Collins

 

  • 7:55 – 8:55pm   –  Da Braddahs

da braddahs

  • 8:55 – 9:00pm –  Closing Announcements by MC Kathy Collins

 

Activities 

 

  • The Keiki/Youth Zone provides a place for family-friendly activities and arts & crafts for children and teens. The popular Bubble Magic will be back!!!  Highlights include DJ Dan Weisman, NE Kine Entertainment Karaoke, Games, Balloons, Face Painting, Bubbles   and Activities.  Mahalo to Montessori and Kihei Charter School!

kids

 

 

 

 

Food Court  with live entertainment Missy Aguilar

missy

 

Food Vendors include:  

         Badua's, Sumo Dog, Donut Dynamite, Cow Bun Pig, Monsoon India, Maui Samosas,

         Hawaiian Moons, A & E Oriental Mart, Tacos Maui 8th Wonder, One Love Maui, Al's BBQ,

         Poi Mochi, Surfside Deli, and Wow Wow Lemonade.

    horhitos samosas

 

  • There will also be Food Trucks with great choices including: Dibs on da Ribs, Three's,
    Horhito's Tacos, Jawz, 808 Plates Maui, Tikiz Shave Ice, Kinaole Grill,
    SG Funnel Cakes, 808 Street Grindz and Milagros.

 

  • In Addition, Azeka Shopping Center has a variety of eateries: Coconuts Fish Café, Diamonds Icebar & Grill, HomeMaid Café, Izakaya Matsu, Java Café, Ono Gelato, Panda Express, Peggy Sue’s, Roasted Chiles, Royal Thai Cuisine, Taco Bell, and Vietnamese Cuisine.

 

Vendors

  • Bellasolshade, Tropical Lanes, Rotary Club of Kihei Sunrise Foundation, Morey Inc,
    Maui Search & Rescue, Khadims Luggage, Fresh Local Product, Maui Fine Arts,
    Be Aloha, Frikum (Be Aloha), Glee Associates, Origami Owl, HI Minded Creations,
    Mechanics of Healing, (Kula Herbs) Maui Vintage, 808 Shells, Bodhi Waves, Paradise Now,
    Boobie Shack, LLC, Chris Wray (Maui Art by Yang), D-Creations, Hawaii Blue,
    Hawaii Copters & Art, Hawaii Fudge Company, Hokulea Punkalicious, Honi Designs,
    Jonerz and the Sparrow LLC, Kahele Maui – Maui Made Handbags, Kanakala Pacific Trade, KZZ Enterprise, Lisa Wallace, The Maui Cookie Lady, Maui Mermaid Tears,
    Native Armor Clothing, Rock & Vibe Jewelry, Salter, Shaka Pops, SOS Enterprise LLC,
    Wilikina Creative, Hula Cookies & Ice Cream, No Ka Oi Nut Company and Myrna Ahee.

 

  • Visit these fine Azeka Shopping Center Merchants:
     

The Maui Quilt Shop, AA Oceanfront Rentals, Ace Hardware, Bank of Hawaii, B&B Scuba, Beauty Spa Maui, Blue Water Rafting,  Cheryl Ayabe, Optometrist, Endangered Pieces, Enterprise Rent A Car, ERA Pacific Properties, Fortune Chiropractic, Hawaiian Cruisers, Island Art Party, Jonathan Thomas, DDS,  Kaiser Permanente, Kihei Community Association, Kihei Orthodontics, Kihei Wailea Flowers by Cora, Maui Classic Charters,  Maui Powerhouse Gym, Marielis Jepson, Psychologist, Pay Day Hawaii,  ProArts Inc, Radio Shack, Snorkel Bob’s, Starr West Salon, State Farm Agency,   Territorial Savings Bank, Tesoro Gas Station/ Mini Mart,  The Water Store, U.S. Post Office, White Pebbles and Zen Tattoo & Art Gallery.

 

Volunteers and Special Donations:  

 

  • Malama Maui Nui (formerly Community Work Day Program), Maui Crush Soccer, Maui High School Key Club, The Gym Maui and Sound by Superb Audio.

 

Special Thanks to: Ao‘ao Ona Loko I‘a Omaui, Azeka Shopping Center,  Embellished Memories, Hawaiian Moons Natural Foods, Island Tax & Bookkeeping, Java Café,  KONI 104.7 FM, Maui Police Department, Maui Weekly, Morey Inc., MW Group, Ltd., Penny Palmer Photography, Soul Kitchen and Tri-Isle RC&D, and Two Mermaids on Maui, LLC. Individuals from these organizations make up the Kihei Fourth Friday Committee which is 100% Volunteer.

 

About Kihei Fourth Friday Town Parties:

Kihei Friday Town Parties are on the Fourth Friday of every month. Find us at www.kiheifridays.com, www.facebook.com/kiheifridays, twitter.com/kiheifridays and pinterest.com/kiheifridays/.

 

About Friday Town Parties:

Maui Friday Town Parties is an initiative developed by the Maui County Office of Economic Development to showcase our island’s historic towns and celebrate the unique nature of their businesses communities. There is a town party nearly every Friday of the month:  Wailuku First Friday, Lahaina Second Friday, Makawao Third Friday and Kihei Fourth Friday.

 

For questions, contact the Maui County Office of Economic Development at economic.development@mauicounty.gov or 808.270.7710. 

3 Responses to Kihei 4th Friday Town Party

  1. B Leon July 24, 2014 at 10:29 am #

    Please move fourth Fridays out of Kihei!!You create a MASSIVE traffic jam for residents who just want to access markets, gas stations & basic services. In addition, the music is always way too loud and can be heard blocks away from the event. The parking is horrible and encroaches on properties not involved with these monthly madhouse events. How about Fourth Friday Wailea? Oh yeah, they would NEVER tolorate the mess you create in their town. PLEASE LEAVE KIHEI ALONE!!

    • Carey Owen September 16, 2014 at 8:30 am #

      Thanks for the feedback.  We are working on getting offsite parking with shuttles.  If you are a merchant affected by the traffic, please give us your contact name and phone number so we can mediate your problem.  We apologize that the once a month event affects you so greatly.  You sound like you might have a business, this event is a great way to market your services and/or products.  We are always looking for new vendors.  Aloha.

    • BD September 23, 2014 at 12:27 pm #

      The music’s too loud? You must be too old! There are many other shops and markets to go to. It’s only 3 hours a month. Get over it!

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