Just as President Roosevelt said, the attack on Pearl Harbor is a date that lives infamy. But what does it mean to remember those that we lost?
Join our family workshop at the Museum, learn about the tradition of leis and their importance to Hawaiian culture, and pay tribute to a loved one by creating your own lei. As you handmake your very own lei, we will explore the symbolism embedded in flowers across many cultures in honoring the dead. Traditionally, you would then pay tribute to a loved one by placing your completed lei on their headstone or draping it over their photograph.
Free admission with materials provided. Pre-registration required. Registration is limited to one per family. Limited to one adult / guardian accompanying each child.
Vaccinations are required (minimum 2 doses) for ages 5+ or negative PCR test within 72 hours. Masks are required to be worn while indoors.