The North Shore Chamber of Commerce (NSCOC) and Historic Hawai’i Foundation (HHF) will host a walking tour of Historic Hale’iwa on Saturday, March 14 with tours starting at 9:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. Refreshments including local, North Shore delicacies will be served. The event aims to pair people with places that tell the rich history of Hale’iwa and share information and stories about the buildings, sites and people who helped shape the history.
The tour is geared toward kama’aina who would like to learn more about the historical treasures in their own backyard as well as visitors with an interest in history. Antya Miller, Executive Director of the North Shore Chamber of Commerce, shares the reason for the tour. “Although I grew up in Haleiwa and Waialua, I never learned the history of the town or district. While doing the research for the Haleiwa Walking Tour, it was so much fun to hear the stories from people I’d known for years, to research the buildings and people who lived in them.”
Tickets for the tour are $25 for NSCOC and HHF Members and $50 for General Admission. Tickets may be purchased online by going to www.gonorthshore.org
Questions about the event may be directed to the Chamber at 637-4558 or to firstname.lastname@example.org