One of the reasons why we are so lucky to live on Maui is the rich Hawaiian culture that so many residents strive to enhance. As time passes, all places change, but we can rest assured that there are those who are working hard to restore and preserve our island's unique historical places and artifacts. If you are interested in supporting these efforts, then you may enjoy this upcoming event.
On Saturday, November 30th, the Maui Historical Society will host its 12th annual fundraiser, E Ho'oula Aloha, from 9am-3pm at the lovely Bailey House Museum, located at 2375-A Main St. in Wailuku. It's a convenient 15-20 minute drive from our South Maui homes to Wailuku, and the Bailey House Museum is worth seeing whether you attend the fundraiser or not, especially if you are a new Maui home owner and you'd like to learn more about Maui's fascinating history.
If you do attend this exciting event, you will have access to various Hawaiian arts and craft vendors, a little pre-holiday shopping opportunity at the museum gift shop, a silent auction, and free admission to the museum. Then of course there will be food booths and entertainment by Uluwehi Guerrero, Lei'ohu Ryder, and Richard Ho'opi'i, along with wonderful hula performances.
Conveniently, tickets are only $10 if you pay in advance, and $15 if you buy on the day of the event. Children aged 12 and under get in free with paid adult. Call (808) 244-3326 for tickets. If you'd like to learn more about this event or the Maui Historical Society, visit www.mauimuseum.org. This event is affordable, good for the island's heritage, and will provide a soothing, casual ambiance that will make you feel right at home.
We hope you have a fantastic time! If you need assistance with your Maui real estate search, you'll find our contact information at the bottom of the page. Mahalo!
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