Maui Schedule

October 3 & 6 – Walking Tour of Haleki‘i Heiau and Pihana Heiau State Park

October 8 – State Historic Preservation Division Archaeology Branch Open House


October 3 & 6: Walking Tour of Haleki‘i Heiau and Pihana Heiau State Park (9 am – noon)

Experience Haleki‘i and Pihana Heiau: two significant Hawaiian structures of religious and historical importance located in Wailuku along the west side of ‘Ῑao Stream. Haleki‘i translates as image house. Pihana (fullness or gathering) is also known as Pi‘ihana and Pihanakalani (gathering of the supernatural). The Site overlooks ‘Ῑao Stream, Kahului Bay, Wailuku Plain, Happy Valley, and Paukūkalo Hawaiian Homesteads.

Contact Jenny Pickett at 808-243-5169 or email (Jenny.L.Pickett@hawaii.gov)

Bring water, sunscreen, bug spray, comfortable clothes and mats or blankets for seating. No toilet facilities are available at the park.

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October 8: State Historic Preservation Division Archaeology Branch Open House (9 am – 1 pm)

The archaeology branch office at 130 Mahalani Street, Wailuku welcomes the public to visit our offices and library. Come and hear about how we register archaeological sites, manage GIS data, and conduct historic preservation reviews. Sign up to be a volunteer or learn how to help take care of our historic resources. Office tours, site photos, talk story, and light pupus will be provided during the day; no appointments necessary.

Contact Jenny Pickett at 808-243-5169 or email (Jenny.L.Pickett@hawaii.gov)

Bring Water, sunscreen, comfortable walking shoes

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