To preserve and present the history and heritage of the sugar industry and the multiethnic plantation life which it engendered.
To provide an enriching experience to those learning about the history of the sugar industry and understanding Hawaii’s plantation heritage and how it helped shape our current island society. To become a major visitor destination and community educational resource. To provide an outdoor space for the community with a venue for their cultural festivals as well as a gathering place for reunions and other social events.
STAFF & BOARD
Museum Director - Jill Pridemore
Assistant Director - Holly Buland
Front Desk - Traci Kala
Caretaker - Kale Kanno
Education Coordinator - Liane Paison
President - Robert Stoner
Treasurer and Controller - Wil Cambra, Jr.
Vice President - Ken Ota
Secretary - Alyson Nakamura
Richard F. Cameron
Meredith J. Ching
Maryanna G. Shaw-Stockolm
Douglas A. Sheehan
Rick W. Volner, Jr.