Story of Hawaii Museum Presents Hawaiian History Evening
The Story of Hawaii Museum, located in the Maalaea Harbor Shops is presenting a Hawaiian History Evening with Maui historian and author Deborah C. Pike speaking on the topic "Who Really Started the War in the Pacific?". Live Hawaiian music and ight refreshments are also part of the evening.
The Story of Hawaii Museum tells the tale of the Ilsands in a new way -- through historic maps, charts, documents and artifacts. It is open daily from 10am-5pm. Admission is $7 for adults, $5 for children under five years old and includes a free DVD about the mapping of Hawaii. Docent-led tours are $10 per person.
Date: Friday, November 2nd, 2012
Time: 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Cost: $10 admission donation is requested
Categories: Cultural / Ethnic, Classes / Seminars / Lectures
Story of Hawaii Museum
300 Maalaea Harbor Shops
Maalaea, HI USA 96753
Island Area: Central Maui
The Story of Hawaii Museum is a unique exhibit that tells the tale of the Islands presented in a new way - thorough historic maps, charts, documents, and artifacts. The display is set up in choronological order so that you can follow the history of Hawaii just by taking a stroll around the exhibit. It includes rare prints, maps, and authentic antique pieces, some hundreds of years old. Special presentations on a wide variety of topics are scheduled throughout the month.
Contact: Bryant Neal
Phone: (808) 283-3576