Join us for a walking tour of historic Hale‘iwa Town and explore the rich history of this world renowned village. Did you know that Hawaiians thrived in Waialua District beginning in 1000 AD establishing communities and growing taro, sweet potato and other crops?
Do you know which popular present day eatery was the site of a grand hotel in 1899? What about the origin of the name Hale‘iwa? Find out the answers and learn more about our local history at this special event.
- Saturday, March 14, 2015
- 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Tours start every ½ hour between 9:30 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. Sign-up for a tour time when you purchase tickets online at our Eventbrite page (link below).
- Tickets are available at: http://historichaleiwatour2015.eventbrite.com
- $25/Members – Historic Hawai‘i Foundation & North Shore Chamber of Commerce
- Check-in at the North Shore Chamber of Commerce Visitor Center | 66-434B Kamehameha Highway, Hale‘iwa (across from Hale‘iwa Post Office). (Click here for a map/directions) The 90 minute, docent-guided walking tour will begin at the North Shore Chamber of Commerce Visitor Center and end at the Hale‘iwa Beach Park.
- Arrive 15 minutes before your tour starts
- Wear comfortable, sturdy walking shoes for walking over uneven ground
- Bring a hat and sunscreen
- Participants will drive the middle part of town from the Chamber parking lot to Lili‘uokalani Church
Price includes refreshments.
Need a ride?/Share a ride! We’ve created a carpool group for our volunteer community where you can post & share ride info to reduce your carbon footprint & save on gas.
Event sponsored by Historic Hawai‘i Foundation & North Shore Chamber of Commerce
All Proceeds Benefit the Programs & Services of Historic Hawaii Foundation and North Shore Chamber of Commerce