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PHOTOS: 2018 HALLOWEEN ON FRONT STREET

On Halloween October 31, 2018 participants on Front Street were once again outstanding with an array of costumes from Papalaua Street toward the Banyan Tree Park. Thousands of people estimated to be close to 15,000 – 20,000 attended this annual Maui event this year with hopes of catching the best costumes on the island. Jon would like to personally thank …

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Maui Mall Celebrates Halloween with a Halloween Extravaganza

Maui Mall has announced the return of it’s annual Halloween celebration, with the Halloween Extravaganza on Friday, October 26 from 5 p.m. to 7:30p.m. Families are invited to enjoy: 5 p.m. Trick-or-treating throughout the mall:  Participating stores will be identified with balloons on their doors. No early trick-or-treating. 5:30 p.m.  Pet Costume Contest (Must register by before 5:30p.m. See below for …

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Down the Hatch presents: “A Place to get Haunted”

Down the Hatch – A Place To Get Haunted this HALLOWEEN! Down the Hatch is the spot to be whether it’s early with the family for Keiki Halloween or the late night for all you haunting Halloween ghouls. Right off front street, Down the Hatch is the place to party this All Hallows Eve! Tuesday, October 31st – Festivities Down …

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Halloween in Lahaina Returns to Front Street

Halloween in Lahaina will return to Front Street on Tuesday, October 31. The LahainaTown Action Committee and the Office of Economic Development will host a family friendly event for the residents and visitors of Maui. Highlights include the 38th Annual Keiki Halloween Costume Parade beginning at 4:30 p.m. Keiki are invited to come in costume and parade down Front Street …

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Halloween comes to Kihei Fourth Friday!

Come to the south shore of Maui for Kihei’s 4th Friday Town Party, October 27, from 6 to 9 p.m. at Azeka Shopping Center Mauka, the “Heart and Soul” of Kihei. Come Play in Kihei and enjoy free entertainment, food booths and trucks, art, crafts, and plenty of great local shopping.  Free entertainment by Neto & Barbara’s Hot Salsa Band, …

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MPD: Make it a Safe Halloween

This Halloween, the Maui Police Department is reminding party-goers that impaired driving will not be tolerated. If your Halloween party involves alcohol, it’s imperative that you make a plan to get home without driving. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 45 percent of all people killed in motor vehicle crashes on Halloween night from 2011 to 2015 were in …

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Maui Mall celebrates Halloween with Scavenger Hunt 2017

Join us at Maui Mall on October 31st, Tuesday 4-7pm for our Halloween Scavenger Hunt for tricks, treats and cash prizes.  Enjoy the Top 40 and Monster Bash-themed music by Maui 8 Track Players, take FREE pictures with your Ohana at our photobooth courtesy of 808PhotoBomb, and hunt down our hidden Zombies for a chance to win Pizza Hut gift …

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PHOTOS: 2016 HALLOWEEN ON FRONT STREET

October 31, 2016 marked another well attended event held in Maui on Front Street which kicked off the annual Keiki Parade at 4:30 pm. Participants walked on Front Street from Papalua Street toward the Banyan Tree Park.  Attendance of tourist were up but it was a smaller crowd then last year. So who made the pick this year? Here are …

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PHOTOS: 2015 Halloween on Front Street

October 31, 2015 the Halloween festivities kicked off in Lahaina Town at 4:30 pm with a Keiki Parade. The participants walked southbound on Front Street from Papalaua Street toward the Banyan Tree Park. There were an estimated one thousand (100) participants; including children dressed in costumes, for the parade. Police estimated 20,000 – 25,000 people in attendance. Here are some …

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Police release 2015 Halloween Festivities Stats

October 31, 2015 the Halloween festivities kicked off in Lahaina Town with the Keiki Parade at 4:30 p.m. The participants walked southbound on Front Street from Papalaua Street toward the Banyan Tree Park. There were an estimated one thousand (1,000) participants; including children dressed in costumes, for the parade. Upon completion of the Keiki Parade, Front Street remained closed to …

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