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Contrary to guidance by multiple drivers and guides, there is NO arts and crafts market on Saturday since last June. There were, however many nearby shops, bars, and restaurants to soften the disappointment. We still had a great day in Lahaina.
Planted in 1873 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Protestant missionaries in Lahaina, this massive specimen covers an entire acre! Check The Maui News and Lahaina Arts Society's website for arts fairs and events held here (free to the public).
We've been visiting Maui & Lahaina for over 20 years. My parents visited Lahaina in the 40s. The author Tim Robbins wrote about Lahaina in one of his books. All three of these life events had a common point. Shopping under the Banyan Tree. Now,...More
Follow the smell of doobies burning among the homeless and mellow chilling in the Banyan Tree Park. This is by far the most gigantic tree we have ever seen among also the most unusual...thick branches winding and twisting and providing much needed shade for a...More
Response from SandyWichitaKS | Reviewed this property |
I don't know the answer to your question but if you can remember any store or restaurant names where he was around, I would call them and ask for help. If it was in the park, try calling the old courthouse.