The Daughters of Hawai‘i was founded “to perpetuate the memory and spirit of old Hawai‘i and of historic facts, and to preserve the nomenclature and correct pronunciation of the Hawaiian language.”
Hānaiakamalama served as a summer retreat for Queen Emma of Hawaii from 1857 to 1885, as well as for her husband King Kamehameha IV, and their son, Prince Albert Edward.
Hulihe‘e Palace, once a summer vacation home for Hawaiian royalty, is a museum showcasing Victorian artifacts from the era of King Kalākaua and Queen Kapi‘olani.
The Imi Na`auao program scheduled for Saturday, October 18th has also been cancelled.
Daughters of Hawaiʻi being the oldest historical preservation society in Hawaiʻi was represented there by our Regent Julie Watson, Sun Shine – assistant docent coordinator of the oldest palace in the nation (Huliheʻe) and […]
Regent Julie Watson and QESP Coordinator Mahea Bernal at Windward Community College Service Learning Fair – September 17, 2014, offering college students volunteer opportunities at Hanaiakamalama Queen Emma Summer Palace.
Thursday, September 11, 2014 Kailikea Cummings, a docent at Queen Emma Summer Palace, sharing student volunteer opportunities with students from Kapi`olani Community College
Day at Queen Emma Summer Palace Saturday, October 4, 2014 9:00am-4:30pm