History of Kihei- Night at the Public Library, and Daylight Historical Walking Tour

Sometimes guys would like to be in two places at once to participate in two interesting and relevant happenings occurring at the same time, but in varied locations. This is likely the case for many of our members on this Tuesday 11/5/13 at 6:00 PM. While there is great interest in the land owners of the commercial development mauka of the highway at Ka’ono’ulu offering a presentation of their proposal at the Community Center – see other post on this website- here is a very worthy one on local history of our area being presented just down the road at the library.

Remember fishing at Kihei wharf? The old Kihei Elementary School? Dirt roads and collecting kiawe beans? Kihei’s first resorts? Kihei during WWII? Come share your memories with your friends and neighbors.

Kihei Living History: Share Your Stories Night!   TUESDAY NOVEMBER 5   6 TO 7:30 PM    at Kihei Public  Library

(35 Waimaha’iha’i St. makai of Fire Station across from Kukui Mall)

Community members are invited to come, look at old maps and pictures of Kihei historical sites on display and share their recollections of past days. Bring your own pictures to share if you like.

Guest moderators: Daniel Kanahele, Clare Apana and Lucienne de Naie.   Light refreshments will be provided.

sponsored by: Sierra Club Maui  • ‘Aomakole  • Maui Tomorrow Foundation

 

Mahalo to Kihei Public Library.

In addition here is a second event, which has no competition for the date time on a Friday morning:

Friday, November 15

Waiohuli-Keokea Ahupua’a Urban exploration.  Discover the ancient history of “downtown” Kihei as we see a different view of these two important ancient ahupua’a. Bring hat, sunscreen, water, lunch/snack. Meet 9 am Kihei Community Center. Limit 18. Leader: Lucienne de Naie. register at:  laluz@maui.net or call 808-214-0147.

 

 

 

 

 

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