Kahului – Gail Gnazzo (clockwise from left), Dr. Cynthia Nazario-Leary, Chris Wooding, Susie Saunders, Debi Gordon and Linda Zacharias gathered for a farewell to Nazario-Leary, statewide coordinator of the University of Hawaii Maui College Master Gardener Program. Nazario-Leary and her family are moving to Florida this month; photo submitted by Gail Gnazzo.
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Lahaina’s annual Concert in the Park includes fireworks • Tonight at Lahaina. The Maui News file photo
Wahine barrel racing is one of several events at the annual Makawao Rodeo • Today through Sunday at Makawao. Metro Creative photo
A scene from a past Makawao Rodeo Parade. The Maui News / MATT THAYER photo
Pineapples top the day at the Lanai Pineapple Festival • Saturday at Dole Park, Lanai. Metro Creative photo
Enjoy two free concerts tonight presented by Jazz Maui prior to the Lahaina fireworks show. The annual “Concert in the Park” on the Lahaina Public Library lawn begins at 5 p.m. and features the Chop Suey Jazz Orchestra, vocalist Sheryl Renee and the Maui Community Band. From 5 to 10 p.m. Photo courtesy the artists
Gary Clark Jr. brings his unique fusion of blues, rock and soul with a bit of hip-hop to Castle Theater later this month. Photo courtesy the MACC
Outlets of Maui in Lahaina will feature the Jake Thomas Quartet, jazz guitarist Prem Brosio and the King Kekaulike Na Ali‘i Big Band. Photo courtesy the artists
Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real back Neil Young in a co-headlining festival with Bob Dylan at London’s Hyde Park next week. Photo courtesy the artist
Vilhelm Blomgren (left) and Florence Pugh in a scene from the horror film “Midsommar”
Florence Pugh (left) and Jack Reynor (right) in a scene from the horror film “Midsommar.” A24 via AP photos
Kathryn Wilder (left) and Kenneth Branagh in a scene from “All is True.” Courtesy IMDB
A scene from the animated film “Toy Story 4,” starring Tom Hanks and Tim Allen. Disney/Pixar via AP
Marc Tolliver (from left), Dean Witt, Scott Smith, Lina Krueger and Julia Schwentor (laying) star in the Maui premiere of “Mamma Mia!” at the Historic Iao Theater opening next weekend, July 12. Brett Wulfson photo
Lina Krueger (in the air) clowns around with pals Marsi Smith (from left) and Ellen Peterson. Brett Wulfson photo
Julia Schwentor plays Sophie Sheridan in the Maui premiere of “Mamma Mia!,” music and lyrics by Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulvaeus, book by Catherine Johnson, directed and choreographed by Kalani Whitford, under the musical direction of Kim Vetterli for Maui OnStage. Performances are at 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 3 p.m. Sundays, July 12 through Aug. 4 at the Historic Iao Theater in Wailuku. Tickets are $20 to $40. To purchase tickets for any Iao Theater event, call 242-6969 or order online at www.mauionstage.com. Brett Wulfson photo
Tanya (Ellen Peterson, left) and Rosie (Marsi Smith, right) are welcomed to the fictional Greek isle of Kalokairi by their friend, Donna (Lina Krueger, center), for a wedding. Brett Wulfson photo
Multiple Na Hoku Hanohano Award-winner Nathan Aweau performs Wednesday at the slack-key show at Napili Kai Beach Resort. The Maui News file photo
Steve Grimes (pictured) performs in conjunction with Dorothy Betz and Steve Sargenti at the Mana‘o Radio fundraiser Sunday at Casanova’s Italian Restaurant & Deli in Makawao. Image courtesy Mana‘o Radio
Kupu Spirits Head Distiller Nick Reiss told the launch-party crowd at Maui Brewing Co. in Kihei on Friday that the Hawaiian word, “kupu” means “to grow” or “to sprout,” and that it reflected the company’s expansion. ANTHONY VALERIANO photo