Friday, May 17th
5:30 to 8:30pm
Old Lahaina Prison (corner of Prison St. and Wainee St.)
Lahaina Restoration Foundation welcomes all to an evening of celebration. The public is invited to join the board of directors, staff and members for theater, Hawaiian music and pupu.
The highlight of the evening will be an intimate and engaging performance from Moses Goods, an award-winning, Maui-born writer, storyteller and actor. Goods will portray David Malo, a 19th-century Native Hawaiian historian and scholar, as he delivers a short, dramatic monologue.
In addition to the dramatic performance, the recipients of Lahiana Restoration Foundation’s 2019 scholarships will be announced. For the 2019-20 school year, a total of $47,000 in scholarships will be presented to 11 graduating seniors and 7 alumni of Lahainaluna High School.
The Annual Meeting will include a short business meeting with a report by Lahaina Restoration Foundation Board President David Allaire on the organization’s accomplishments in 2018.
Please join us for this special, and one-of-a-kind event, a celebration of National Preservation Month 2019’s theme, #ThisPlaceMatters. The event is free and open to the public, and parking is available at the municipal lot on the corner of Prison St. and Front St.
Moses Goods performance is curtesy of Hawaiian Mission Houses Historic Site and Archives and funded in part by The Hawaii Tourism Authority.
For more information, contact Lahaina Restoration Foundation at firstname.lastname@example.org or 808-661-3262.