Ki'i Statues Down for Maintenance
On Friday August 19, the four 16-foot Ki'i statues on the corner of Poipu and Hoowili Road were lowered and removed for maintenance. The statues, representative of the Hawaiian gods, were originally placed and dedicated on July 21, 2013. Once restored, they will return to their place as part of the renewed efforts to restore this ancient Hawaiian village for all to enjoy.
Full story in The Garden Island newspaper here =>
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