Local historian Boyd Bond will tell the stories of the Hawaii’s ali`i women in a program at the Lyman Museum in Hilo on Monday, June 18 at 7pm.
Beginning with female gods in oral histories, he’ll then trace ali`i women from Keku`iapoiwa, mother of Kamehameha the great, through Ka`iulani, the last crowned princess. Bond is a kama’aina with deep roots in Kohala; he speaks widely on Hawaiian history.
The Lyman Museum is on Haili Street. There is plenty of parking. For further information call (808) 935-5021 or visit www.lymanmuseum.org