LAHAINA — Hollywood Theaters last week re-launched its Lahaina Wharf Cinemas 3 movie theater located in The Wharf Cinema Center.
“We are thrilled to provide Lahaina’s Wharf theater with updates to the interior that our guests have come to expect for a best-in-class experience,” said Erin Anderson of Hollywood Theaters.
The theaters now feature upgraded seats, new paint, wall-to-wall carpeting and Dolby Digital sound — the best the industry offers in theater acoustics.
Customers can also purchase tickets online and print from home.
For tickets and show times, visit GoHollywood.com.
Hollywood Theaters’ “concession-omic stimulus package” includes a $5 (plus tax) special all day on Tuesdays, which includes a small soda and 46-ounce popcorn.
Also check The Wharf’s coupon books at its information desks for a popcorn coupon.
Based in Portland, Oregon, Hollywood Theaters is the eighth largest theater circuit in the United States.
The Hyatt Regency Maui recently donated and setup 32 gently used computers and monitors at King Kamehameha III Elementary School. Pictured, from left, are Wilson Simpliciano, Michael Pendergast, Rommel Tejero and Kit Story, King Kamehameha III tech coordinator. Pendergast, management information system manager at the Hyatt, facilitated the donation, and resort engineers Simpliciano and Tejero came to the school on Jan. 21 to install the computers and tidy up the wiring in the classrooms that received the new equipment.