Saturday, June 11, 2016 8:30 a.m. – 12 noon

Join us for the Historic Walking Tour of the College Hills area of Mānoa. The tour will include at least eight historic home interior visits along a 2-mile route of more than 60 homes built in the 1920s and 30s. You’ll see a variety of styles by many notable local architects. In Valley tradition, the tour will occur rain or shine! We want you to enjoy the event safely and comfortably. We encourage participants to carry water and an umbrella and to wear comfortable walking shoes.

See the newsletter article and photos here: (check back after March 26).

Walk Day Details
Find check-in and the walk start is at Kamanele Park (at University Ave and Ka‘ala St). Check-in closes at 10:30 a.m. Limited parking will be available at MidPac School. Carpooling is encouraged.

The full tour is approximately 2 miles. At check-in you will receive a booklet containing a map and description of the homes. The tour is self-guided and you can to do as much or as little as you like. Houses will close at 12 noon.

Please note this tour includes uneven surfaces and stairs, and these private homes may not be accessible to all participants.

Proceeds from the Tour support the activities of Mālama Mānoa, founded in 1992, to promote community, celebrate our cultural diversity and heritage, and preserve, protect and enhance the special qualities of historic Mānoa Valley.

For more information, call 988-6181 (leave a message) or email Linda LeGrande at: malamamanoa12@gmail.com.

$35 early registration (received by May 27, 2016)
$40 regular registration (received after May 27, including day of tour)

Registration & Payment
Tickets will not be mailed. Registrations will be held at a check-in table on tour day. We cannot offer refunds.

Click here to complete your registration online and pay using Credit Card or Paypal with Event Brite:

Click here to download a printable registration form to mail with check.

Malama Manoa’s historic house tours began in 1996 when Spencer Leineweber, FAIA, esteemed restoration architect and University of Hawai‘i professor of architecture, led a group from Kamanele Park through the lower Manoa neighborhood of College Hills. Spencer loved Hawai‘i’s historic buildings and lived in a classic 1920s Manoa house which she restored. Sadly, she passed away in June of 2015. This year’s 2016 Historic Manoa Walking Tour was dedicated to her.
In case you missed this special by Catherine Cruz which aired this past week honoring Spencer Leineweber.