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Historical Signs Dedication

On December 6th the Honolulu City Council accepted our gift, for the Waialua Bandstand Park, of a pair of interpretive historical signs, mounted permanently for all to view. Facing Goodale is an appreciation of ancient Waialua, and facing the park, a story of Waialua Sugar.


The dedication and blessing will be Saturday, December 30, at 10 AM, at the Waialua Bandstand Park, 67-292 Goodale Ave., Waialua


All are invited afterward to a reception at the beautifully restored managers' office in the Waialua Sugar office building, 67-202 Kupahu St.


Please, RSVP, so we can prepare, to info@waialuahistoricalsociety.org, or 808-342-8557.



The reception, a block away, behind the shopping center, on the makai end of Kupahu St., will be at the old Waialua Sugar office building. The historical society has beautifully restored the managers' office in the makai rear corner. There is some parking on street, and plenty on site, at 67-202 Kupahu St.


Please, RSVP, so we can prepare, to info@waialuahistoricalsociety.org, or 808-342-8557.



Architect was Mark Potter, a well known residential architect in the 'Craftsman style' of the 1920s to the 1950s, who also designed the Gaylord Wilcox home at the Grove Farm site in Lihue, Kauai, and whose namesake, the 'Potter House,' home can still be seen in lower Manoa, a few blocks from the university.



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