Fourth Friday Paia and Other Events Tonight

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Over the last couple of years, the merchants of Paia have hosted a number of fun community events. For the second month in a row the merchants are hosting what they call Fourth Friday. The majority of the merchants will be open late tonight. Many will be having pupus and drinks while others will have musical entertainment. Here is a rundown of some of the events planned at different stores.

  • Paia Trading Company will be providing refreshments and live entertainment from 6 to 8. We will be featuring Christy Fell on guitar and vocals.
  • Hana Hwy Surf will be having a “Surf Art Show” featuring works in acrylic on surfboards and canvas from local surfer/ shaper Jud Lau. There will be other local artists on hand, including well-known surf artist John Glomb. Originals and Giclee available for purchase. Come and see the artists in action in front of Hana Hwy Surf from 7-9 pm. Light refreshments will be served.
  • Maui Hands will be featuring artist Christine Halton. She will be demonstrating her artwork of wood burning and oil painting from 4:00 to 8:00. We will also offer savory pupus and wine.
  • Grace Beauty will be open until 9 serving cocktails, pupus, and a offering a raffle for a free facial.
  • Biasa Rose is hosting Siganka for a special trunk show. Come see locally designed clothing and enjoy refreshments.
  • Indigo Paia is featuring Daniel Sullivan’s photos of the Omo River Valley in Ethiopia. Come have your tarot cards read for a glimpse of your future while lenjoying the beats of in house DJ.
  • Flatbread Company is being visited by Jolli the Clown from 5:30 to 7:30

Paia town knows how to have a good time. I am sure tonight won’t be an exception.

I am sure there will a few Paia and other Maui North Shore residents who make it over to the Maui Arts and Cultural Center tonight as well. Local filmmaker Mike Waltze will be screening his new documentary on Stand Up Paddle Surfing entitled That First Glide. There will be a lot of familiar faces from Maui on the big screen including Martin’s son Kai. The movie starts at 7:30 and tickets are $12.00.

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