Historical Display Featured in Ha’ikū School Library
The Ha’ikū Living Legacy Project will feature its annual display of photos, artifacts and memorabilia as part of the Ha’ikū Ho‘olaule‘a and Flower Festival on Saturday, April 23, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Ha’ikū Elementary School and grounds on Pauwela Road.
Event organizers want to remind the public that ho‘olaule‘a activities will be centered around the school campus instead of the community center this year.
In past years, the historical display had been set up in the Ha’ikū Boys and Girls Club.
“We want everyone to know that we will be set up in the Ha’ikū School Library this year, “ said HLLP president Suzy Aguirre. “We have an interactive display where folks can help update the neighborhood maps of Ha’ikū, share their family memories, add loved ones names to our ‘In Memoriam’ list and sign up to have their favorite recipes be part of our Ha’ikū Cookbook project.”
The Ha’iku Living Legacy Project will include new displays this year.
Copies of Louis Baldovi’s Holoholo to Wen I Waz, a memoir of growing up in Ha’ikū during the WWII era, will also be sold at the Ha’ikū Living Legacy Project.
The book can also be ordered online.
The annual community benefit for the school and the Ha’ikū Boys and Girls Club features music, food, games, arts and crafts vendors, growers market, floral contest, silent auction and community displays.
Parking is available in fields on the makai-side of Hāna Highway across from the Ha’ikū Community Center.
Admission is free.
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Ha‘ikū Ho‘olaule‘a & Flower Festival, April 23