November 9 – Hawai‘i’s Most Endangered Historic Places Pau Hana

Photo courtesy of David Croxford: Laulima House, built in 1924, in the popular Beaux-Arts style in Makiki.

Join Historic Hawai‘i Foundation for an open house and reception at Laulima House in Makiki to see a success story of a threatened place that has been saved and to learn about other Endangered Places that can be preserved with thoughtful and timely action. (Photo courtesy of David Croxford: Laulima House, built in 1924, in the popular Beaux-Arts style in Makiki.)

  • Most Endangered Pau Hana

  • Wednesday, November 9

  • 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.

  • Historic Laulima House

  • 1802 Ke‘eaumoku Street, Honolulu

  • Tickets: $15 HHF Members/
    $20 General

  • General street parking available

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Watch for HONOLULU Magazine’s November issue with the complete 2016 Most Endangered list due out November 1st!

The annual list spotlights historic and cultural sites in Hawai‘i that are at risk of destruction or irreparable damage. The goal is to make the public aware of the threats facing these sites and galvanize action to preserve them.

The event will include:

  • Tours of the historic Laulima House (now being used for programs and services at Catholic Charities Hawaii) begin at 5:30 p.m.
  • Presentation of the 2016 Most Endangered Places at 6:15 p.m.
  • Updates from past years’ lists
  • Light refreshments

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