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Wailuku First Friday – March 2011

Lucky We Live HawaiiWear your good luck green this Friday,  for Wailuku Town’s Lucky Live Wailuku, St. Patricks Day celebration where Wailuku Town comes alive for the monthly Wailuku First Friday event.   This free event is Wailuku Town’s monthly block party celebration and Market Street closes from 6 to 8:30 pm.

Maui Blues Band performs at the Wailuku Banyan Tree Park.  Super Dub Tribe at the Maui Thing Stage on the corner of Market and Main Street.   With more live music from Maui Time at 33 North Market building with the group Phys Ed Rentals from 7 pm.

Enjoy Gene and Shea Argel, live music at Café O Lei!   Also Café O Lei will not only dazzle you with their cuisine but provide an array of music while you dine!

Support the Maui Humane Society and bring a bag of cat food or $5 entry to preview Meow Mix by Maui On Stage and the Society too.  Showing at the historic Iao Theater at 7 pm, 8 pm or last show at 9 pm. And also stop by the Maui Recycling Group beer garden next to the American Savings bank on Market Street from 5 pm to 9 pm.   So much is happening! Also at 8 pm is Gallerie Ha ‘s monthly Aloha poetry slam, a gold medal is given to the best! Don’t forget to check out Swan Interiors featuring works of art from Liluushka St. Amant on Vineyard Street.

And do walk on over the Main Street for the Gianottos special pizza and enjoy Maui’s young blooming talent, Visibly Shaken who will perform live at the Main Street Promenade building!  They are hot!

We are asking the community to participate NO PARK cars on Market Street during the event.  Please note vendors, merchants, entertainers, community that the streets close at 6 pm.  For the safety of participants,  your kokua is appreciated.

The Wailuku First Friday event showcases artisans, handmade crafters and food vendors.  A fee of $40 for food vendors with Health Permit, $25 table space for non-food vendors and $20 for non-profits will be assessed each accepted vendor.  Contact Teri Edmonds at 249-9710 at If the Shoe Fits on Market Street.

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