Mark your calendar for the Old Kōloa Town Historical Walk, taking place on Friday, July 28 at 10AM. Meet your guide Marty Kuala at the Koloa Historical Monument, just across the street, to learn about the town’s history as one of Hawaii’s first commercial sugar plantation towns!

Marty will take you to the 3rd Koloa Mill, the History Monument and point out historic buildings and chat about their previous incarnations as a dispensary, churches, motel for traveling salesmen, supply store for whaling ships, soda factory, and other enterprises. This is a great way to work up your lunch appetite and to learn a lot about historic and charming Old Kōloa Town.

We are a Contributing Sponsor of the Kōloa Plantation Days festival, a ten-day celebration held every year in July with events taking place all over Koloa and Poʻipū. By celebrating the theme “Uniting Cultures as One ʻOhana” we honor the many ethnic groups that came to Hawaii to work on sugar plantations, and the Hawaiians who welcomed them, through music, dance, costumes, and food.

DATE: Friday, July 28, 2022
MEETING POINT: Old Kōloa Town, History Monument