Maui Pride sponsors a number of other social events. See the website for the latest, including: The LGBT Hiking Group, 2nd Saturday/month 8:30am; Rainbow Dine-Out Group, 3rd Tuesday of each month at 6pm at venues selected for variety of cuisines from different regions of Maui.
Third Tuesdays of every month. An opportunity for LGBT ohana and visitors, to meet socially and enjoy a delicious meals at local restaurants from the likes of the Migrant, serving Filipino-Hawaiian fusion meals and cocktails at the Wailea Beach Marriott Resort, to Stewz Maui Burgers in Kihei.
Every Aloha Friday, 6-9pm, block parties highlighting five of Maui’s historic small towns, and their unique, local businesses. From an eccentric art show in Lahaina to a paniolo party in Makawao, each creates an authentic atmosphere with great food, stellar music and local vendors! First Friday in Wailuku; 2nd in Lahaina; 3rd in Makawao; 4th in Kihei; and 5th in Lana'i.
December 4-9, 2019 at Napili Kai Beach Resort. Ram Dass + Krishna Das w/ Jack Kornfield (Spirit Rock), Trudy Goodman (Insight LA) and Mirabai Bush (Contemplative Practices for Higher Education) return to lead Contemplative Practices, Meditation and Dharma Talks. Dr. Robert Svoboda will teach on the foundations of the Aghora tradition.
January 5 + February 2 + March 1 + April 5, 2020, 10:30am-noon. Every first Sunday of the month popular LGBTQ Sunday Brunch!
January 12 + February 9 + March 8, 2020, 9-11am. An openhearted gathering for lively discussions, networking, friendships and support. A delicious healthy breakfast is served with a reservation, at different locations around Maui. Sign onto the private Facebook page for meal reservations, locations and announcements. See:
October 2-4, 2020 (TBC). Three days of events typically include : the Annual Maui Pride Film Festival; Friday night Dance Party; Maui Pride Hike; Maui Pride Community Festival with live music, Drag Queen Gaylympics, food + drinks; Beach Party; concert and dance party; awards dinner and community breakfast.
Late November, 2020 four days at Maui Arts and Cultural Center. The premiere cultural event of the State of Hawaii and film festival of record of cinematic works from the Asia-Pacific Rim including new films from indigenous cinema artists of the Pacific. A bridge between East and West, the Festival will screen 187 films from 35 countries this year.