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Input sought to create a history summer camp

By Staff | Dec 12, 2019

Children learn how to play Konane outside the Baldwin Home Museum in Lahaina.

LAHAINA – Lahaina Restoration Foundation is considering offering a history camp during summer break 2020, and the organization is asking the public for their input.

Maui offers some great camps during school breaks, but few focus on culture and history – especially in West Maui. LRF would like to fill that void while meeting the community’s needs and interests.

The Summer Camp Survey is available on the Lahaina Restoration Foundation website at www.lahainarestoration.org.

The survey is available by clicking the Summer Camp Survey tab, which will take users right to the submission form.

The survey is ten questions long and only takes about four minutes to complete.

Completing the Summer Camp Survey will help to create a fun and engaging camp for Maui’s children.

The survey questions are only intended as a way to gauge interest. No items or ideas listed are guaranteed to be offered in the future.

LRF also asks the public to share this survey with their friends and family, particularly if they know of children who might benefit from such a camp.

For more information regarding the Summer Camp Survey, contact Lahaina Restoration Foundation at (808) 661-3262, e-mail kimberly@lahainarestoration.org or visit www.lahainarestoration.org.