Beautiful Lahaina, located on the island of Maui, will again be the Hawaiian Feast site. Services will take place at the elegant Maui Theatre, a modern, comfortable, air-conditioned auditorium with plenty of seating.
There will be many activities available for young and old, making for a fun-filled, family-oriented Feast. Among these are a traditional Luau, a senior’s luncheon, singles and teen hospitality get-togethers, Bible studies for teens and young adults and a family day picnic and snorkeling in the blue and turquoise waters of the Pacific. Tourist attractions that can be contracted include dinner cruises, road to Hana tour, the Maui Ocean Center, helicopter rides, scuba diving, deep-sea fishing and plenty of nearby surfing sites. Also, dozens of shops and numerous restaurants are only a block from the meeting place.
Many enjoy taking in the Ulalena Show one evening at the Maui Theatre. This award winning stage performance provides history of the Hawaiian people.
The island of Maui is located about 80 miles south of Honolulu, Oahu. There are numerous direct flights to Maui from the United States mainland. Check with your travel agent or go online. Daily temperatures should be in the 80s Fahrenheit.
There is a varied range of prices for housing with many types of hotels and condos available at the famous Kaanapali beach area. Most housing is within 20 minutes from the site. Remember, not all housing has air conditioning, since the climate is temperate, and there are ceiling fans. If you need this amenity, be sure to look for the term “ac” in the housing information.
Please remember the daily attire at services is Hawaiian wear—for men nice Hawaiian shirts and dress slacks—no suits or ties necessary. For ladies, it is summer or Hawaiian dresses or pantsuits.