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The Mapping of Hawaii, Part II

The Bailey House Museum, in partnership with Bryant Neal, Richard Mickelson, and The Story of Hawaii Museum, is proud to present The Mapping of Hawaii, Part II, a singular and unique experience that combines history, geography, cartography, and historical artifacts of the Hawaiian Islands to create a wonderfully educational and entertaining experience.  This special exhibition covers the daring exploits of Polynesian navigators to the maps made by early explorers, the Hawaiian monarchy, Hawaii’s territorial days, World War II, Statehood to present.   On rare display will be restored maps of early Lahaina Town.  Our museum gift shop will have selected map prints available for sale.  Special exhibition from Monday, September 22nd to Saturday, September 27th from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm.  For free admission on Saturday, September 27th, visit www.smithsonianmag.com/museumday/ticket to participate in the Smithsonian’s Museum Day Live! free museum admission day!  For more information, visit www.MauiMuseum.org or call 244-3326.

Smithsonian Museum Day Live!

Museum Day Live! is an annual event hosted by Smithsonian Magazine in which participating museums across the country offer free admission to anyone presenting a Museum Day Live! ticket in the spirit of the Smithsonian Museums, who offer free admission every day.  Hale Hō`ike`ike, The Bailey House Museum is proud to represent Maui as the only participating museum this year on Maui and we welcome you to visit on Saturday, September 27, 2014 from 10 am to 4 pm.  For free admission tickets, visit www.smithsonianmag.com/museumday/ticket.  Special exhibition The Mapping of Hawaii, Part II will be on display with curators available to discuss the exhibit and answer questions.

Special Exhibit - Kaho`olawe: He Moku Poina `Ole, An Island Not Forgotten

Featuring photographs by three of Hawaii's most acclaimed photographers, Wayne Levin, Franco Salmoiraghi, David Ulrich, and archaeologist/writer Rowland Reeve, this historic exhibition will showcase selections from the Bishop Museum's Kaho`olawe: Rebirth of a Sacred Hawaiian Island (1996, Honolulu, HI), and Smithsonian Institution's Ke Aloha Kupa`a I Ka `Aina -- Steadfast Love for the Land (2002, Washington, D.C.) collections.

This Kaho`olawe Exhibition is free of charge between October 10 - November 3 at the Bailey House Museum, Exhibition Hall, Monday through Saturday, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.  KIRC program specialists in Hawaiian culture, restoration, ocean resources, unexploded ordinance, and Kaho`olawe history can be available by appointment for school visits, talk story sessions, or other educational and outreach requests.  For more information, call the Bailey House Museum at 244-3326 or KIRC, Kelly McHugh at 243-5020.

The Lim Family At the Museum

The Maui Historical Society, in partnership with H.I. Mele Entertainment, is proud to present The Lim Family at the Museum, A Hoaka Concert, on Sunday, October 26, 2014.  Gates open at 4:00 p.m. and concert starts at 5:00 p.m.  Ticket sales start October 1 at the Bailey House Museum and at Native Intelligence in Wailuku.  Beer and wine served, food and drink available for purchase.  `Awa Bar by Kapono`ai Molitau of Native Intelligence and Halau Na Hanona Kulike O Pi`ilani.

General admission is $10 standing room only.  VIP $20 includes reserved seating.  Corporate table available for $300 and includes admission and seating for eight people, complimentary tray of pupu specially made for your group by Mala `Ai, and your company will be named as a sponsor on all advertising.  For more information, call 244-3326 or e-mail Kekai Robinson at info@mauimuseum.org.

Summer 2014 Hale Ho`ike`ike Journal

Check out our most current newsletter, the Hale Ho`ike`ike Journal, Summer 2014 with featured stories on our Hawaiian language educational tours, Bicentennial Celebration of Bailey, 2014`Aha Kupuna O Maui, Ka Lama Hawaii Panel Discussion, and much, much more!

www.mauimuseum.org/UserFiles/File/SUMMER%202014.pdf

 
 
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