Lahaina Restoration Foundation is closing its museums and cancelling its events and classes from Wednesday, March 25th until April 30th (in conformance with County of Maui and State of Hawaii directives) to help ensure the health and safety of our staff, visitors and the entire community in support of efforts to contain the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).
Lahaina – What a Great Town!
As Lahaina hunkers down to help prevent the spread of covid-19, some wonderful individuals and businesses are taking small but extraordinary actions to help Historic Lahaina Town. To recognize these unsung heroes, Lahaina Restoration Foundation has created the Lahaina – What A Great Town! awards.
Please send in your nominations and awards will be forthcoming. This is a recognition award, not a competitive award.
Lahaina Restoration Foundation
Within the context of our mission, the Lahaina Restoration Foundation will offer scholarships for Lahainaluna Seniors and Alumni for the 2020-2021 school year.
The Lahaina Restoration Foundation Scholarship Committee will select the recipients. Awarded scholarship checks will be made out and sent to each recipient’s designated college or university. If you have any questions or need help with this application, please contact the Lahaina Restoration Foundation.
LAHAINA’S HISTORIC SITES
Lahaina Restoration Foundation oversees and maintains 14 major historic structures in Lahaina: Baldwin Home Museum, Wo Hing Museum, Hale Pa’i Printing Museum, Hale Pa‘ahao Prison, Old Lahaina Courthouse, Banyan Tree Park, …
CELEBRATE MAUI MUSEUMS
The Maui Museum Group (Alexander & Baldwin Sugar Museum, Makawao History Museum, Maui Historical Society, and LRF) has launched an initiative to highlight the wonderful and unique diversity and history of Maui County.
PROTECT LAHAINA’S HISTORY
Your gift will ensure that Lahaina’s iconic landmarks and buildings will survive the test of time. Join the circle of friends throughout the world who believe that the past is a vital part of the future.