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Maui of­fers more than fun in the sun. In be­tween ac­tiv­i­ties, there are food events and cul­tural cel­e­bra­tions.

SEPTEM­BER 8 BREAD­FRUIT DAY

In part­ner­ship with the Hawaii Tourism Author­ity, Maui Nui Botan­i­cal Gar­dens will play host to the sec­ond an­nual “La Ulu: Bread­fruit Day.” This free com­mu­nity event will fea­ture food booths, bread­fruit cook­ing demon­stra­tions, Pa­cific ulu va­ri­eties, free cul­tural ac­tiv­i­ties, Hawai­ian mu­sic and hula. mnbg.org

SEPTEM­BER 30 ‘UKULELE FES­TI­VAL

En­joy a re­laxed af­ter­noon on the lawn at the Maui Arts & Cul­tural Cen­ter, as ac­claimed ‘ukulele mu­si­cians fill the air with is­land rhythms. Renowned ‘ukulele ad­vo­cate and teacher, Roy Sakuma, cap­tion here will serve as em­cee to help cel­e­brate Hawai’i’s beloved in­stru­ment. Ad­mis­sion is free. mauiarts.org

OC­TO­BER 28 XTERRA CHAM­PI­ONSHIP

Ded­i­cated ath­letes will push their lim­its and test their en­durance dur­ing a 1.5kilo­me­ter (1-mile) swim; a 32-kilo­me­ter (20-mile) moun­tain bike, which climbs 3,500 feet up and down the lower slopes of the West Maui Moun­tains; and a 10.5-kilo­me­ter (6.5-mile) trail run that tra­verses for­est trails and beach sand. xter­ra­planet.com

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