President, Ann Stout
Dr. Bill Chapman was our speaker. His topic was "Cultural Landscape Reports, An Overview of Approach," followed by a brief overview on cemeteries. For more information, please check his Hawaii Preservation program website or Facebook page.
DIRECTIONS to the meeting site: Keola building 1465 A’ala St., Honolulu. The Keola Ho’onanea high rise is centrally located between N School St and N Vineyard St. and between Liliha St and Nuuanu Ave. It’s across the river (Nuuanu Steam) from Foster Botanical Garden and next to the H1. It’s a seven-minute walk from the bus stop on Liliha Street and Vineyard. There is free on-street parking on A’ala or on Vineyard. Car-pooling is a good idea, and arrive early to find somewhere to park. There is a loading area by the door for those to unloading refreshments, or projector, etc. A handicap parking space may be available. Don’t park in the building’s lot unless it is marked for visitor.