Saturday, February 18

Parade of Whales & World Whale Day


Saturday, February 18: 
Parade of Whales & World Whale Day.
  The Parade of Whales is the official kick-off to World Whale Day.  The parade features participants of all ages and includes floats, marching bands, costumed characters, decorated vehicles and fun performances.  The parade starts at 9 a.m. on S. Kihei Road near the Kamaole I Beach parking lot. It follows a one-mile route north, ending at the entrance to the World Whale Day festival at Kalama Park. Following the parade will be a celebration at Kalama Park, including live music, Keiki Carnival including a magic show, `ono local foods, Made on Maui Fair, online auction, Eco Alley and much more.  Fee for entry into the festival is $5, keiki 12 and under free. Food and activities within the park require scrip which will be available for purchase at various locations at the park. Presale tickets are available for purchase at Pacific Whale Foundation stores in Ma`alaea.  For more information visit

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