The past comes to life at History Theatre
Thursday, July 14th, and Friday, July 15th
6:00pm – 8:30pm
Waiola Church Cemetery
Enjoy three dramatic monologues, highlighting stories from Hawaii’s past in the words of the people who lived them
Join us to meet: Ethel Baldwin (founder of the Maui Women’s Suffrage Association), Tauʻā (a Tahitian ali’i and missionary), and Elisha Loomis (the first mission printer who came to Hawaiʻi).
The 2022 Official Lahaina Town poster is available.
Purchase the signed & numbered
2022 Lahaina Poster.
$30 (includes tube) + shipping and handling
The Lahaina Poster, chosen annually, is the official poster for the town of Lahaina, and proceeds from poster sales are used to promote Historic Lahaina Town.
The 2022 winning poster is Rich Kenny’s Pioneer Inn Morning
2022 is the 60th Anniversary of LRF
Please give a gift of $60 or more today to make sure Lahaina’s rich history is protected for generations to come!
All donors of $60 or more will be honored on a special 60th anniversary donor wall on our website.
HAWAIIAN CULTURAL CLASSES
Lahaina Restoration Foundation’s popular FREE Hawaiian cultural workshops are back. Eight separate workshops, taught by Kalapana Kollars, will be offered on Saturdays throughout the Spring and Summer at Apuakehau Cultural Park located next to the Lahaina Public Library.
HANDS-ON HISTORY VOLUNTOURISM
Volunteer and learn more about Maui’s rich history through hands-on processing (measure/describe/photograph/
transcribe) of historic artifacts and documents from from all eras of Lahaina’s past, including Kingdom of Hawaii, Missionary, Whaling, and Sugar eras.
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, Pioneer Mill Smokestack …