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Guided Walking Tour (Oct-Nov-Dec)

Want to learn more about the history of Makawao? The Makawao History Museum will hold public walking tours of the town with a guide and brochure/map. The first tour will be on Sunday, October 7th at 10 am. Meet the…

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Museum Visits the Baldwin House

Sunday, September 9th, Board Members of the Makawao History Museum were privileged to have a tour of the beautiful 100-year-old Baldwin House called “Olinda” for which the area is named. Stepping into the home as like going back into time…

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Kupuna Film Project Update

The Makawao History Museum has received a $10,000 grant from the Atherton Family Foundation to continue filming the oral stories of our living kupuna (elders) in order to produce a professional film that conveys the unique and important history of upcountry Maui. The…

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Teacher Walking Tour

The Makawao History Museum is organizing a Teacher Walking Tour for teachers and other staff members. March 17, 2018, Saturday, 9:00 am to Noon Makawao History Museum, 3643 Baldwin Avenue $5.00 for Walking Tour Booklet and refreshments Below is a form…

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Never Idle: The Contributions of Ethel Baldwin

While many people know of Harry Baldwin's plantation and political career, less is known of his wife Ethel Baldwin (née Smith), a great community leader in her own right. Whatever Ethel was involved in, she was non-partisan, non-sectarian and non-discriminatory.…

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Limited Edition T-Shirts for Sale!

To help raise money for this year's parade, the Makawao History Museum will be selling limited edition Makawao Rodeo Parade classic t-shirts for $20 at the Museum between June 14 - July 1. Stop by to check them out or…

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Flip Over Our Pancake Breakfast!

This year, your experience at the Makawao Rodeo Parade will be even better! You can now come early and enjoy a Paniolo Pancake Breakfast for just $5.00 a person. The Makawao History Museum and Habibi (3655 Baldwin Ave.) is serving…

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Boys Day At The Museum

Stop by the museum to see our giant koi (carp) wind sock pictured here, spanning from the front area into the back room. The smaller koi streamed outside the museum from a long pole high in the air on Boys Day,…

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