Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii
Hawai‘i’s Paramount Cultural Site:
In the early decades of the 20th century, Mokuhinia was filled with coral rubble dredged from the Lahaina roadstead, and by 1918 the acreage was turned over to the County of Maui for use as Malu‘uluolele Park. For nearly 80 years, the beauty of Moku‘ula and Mokuhinia was forgotten. Today, the Friends of Moku‘ula are dedicated to breathing new life into this sacred site. In a multi-phased project, the nonprofit organization is committed to restoring the royal complex at Moku‘ula and working with governmental entities to revive the pond of Mokuhinia. Learn More….
You can keep the restoration vision alive with a donation or sponsorship pledge to Friends of Moku‘ula: DONATE
Happy Halloween! One of the most popular local events on Maui each year is the annual Keiki Halloween Parade in Lahaina held by the Rotary Club. Locals sit on the side walks watching the kids march down Front Street. Usually begins with fire trucks cruising by with sirens blasting followed by the local high school marching band, then comes the kids with their open bags for the locals to drop candy in. As soon as the sun sets the mood quickly shifts as the street remains blocked off and freight night festivities begin for the adults.