land has been grazed and farmed for over a century since the last descendants
of Kale Kaniaulono were here, archeological sites are still visible. Kama'ema'e
tells visitors the story of Kamehamehanui's battle for Maui in 1738, when fighting
took place at Honokahua.
500 Kapalua Drive
Lahaina, HI 96761
Ph./ Fax 808-669-7821
Katherine Kama'ema'e Smith
will be the featured speaker at a fundraiser
The BOOK TRUST
Saturday, October 30
Kama'ema'e Interview on AKAKU
Cindy Paulos interviews Kama'ema'e on
AKAKU On Demand TV
Invite Kama'ema'e Smith
to your next meeting
via telephone or web link!
to arrange a teleconference or
online live chat for your next
Ask for special inscriptions for
Book Club Members
The Love Remains
Available to Book Club Members
while they last!
Visiting Kapalua Resort?
show you scene locations for
The Love Remains:
Honokahua Fishing Village
Lectures and Workshops
Cultural Heritage Lectures
These talks explain ancient Hawaiian land
use and social organization, focusing on
Hawaiian virtues --how they conflict or agree
with western thoughts. Kama'ema'e's
respectful approach is intended to give the
audience a greater appreciation for today's
historical preservation programs.
People who desire to write, and writers
looking to publish their work will benefit from
an open discussion of the creative process,
an analysis of the publishing industry, and
road maps for three publication routes
available to independent writers.