Sugar Museum March Update

E-News, March 2017
Come in and see what's new at the
Sugar Museum!


"Dream City, The New Kahului"
Dream City Exhibit

The Sugar Museum has unveiled a new exhibit about the creation and develo
pme n t of Kahului's "Dream City."  With the announcement in 1948 of a "New Cit y," dev e l o p e r s and planners began a project that would turn plantation residents i n to home ow ners, and would take 25 years to complete.

"
Boys and Girls Day"

The Sugar Museum is partnering with different cultural groups on the island to develop and install exhibits with a theme called "Common Memories."  Kay Fukumoto and Tokie Ogawa of the Japanese Cultural S ociety have p ut together a beautiful exhibit showing Boys and Girls Day, its origins, and how this Japanese tradition is still celebrated in Hawaii today.

New Book Available in the Gift Shop
The Sugar Museum has
 
copies of the book "Cane, Hawaii's Last Sugar Harvest/HC&S" published by Alexander & Baldwin, Inc., with an afterword by Kathy Coll ins. This beautiful hardback book with color photos celebrates the legacy of the Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Company and its employees.  This book is only available at the Sugar Museum while supplies last.

The Sugar Museum and Gift Shop are open 7 days a week, 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.  For more information, please call 808-871-8058, or visit our website or Facebook page
 
 
  | Alexander & Baldwin Sugar Museum, PO Box 125, Puunene, Hawaii 96784| 808-871-8058 | sugarmus@maui.net | www.sugarmuseum.com
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