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Hawaiian Islands Land Trust's 13th Annual Buy Back the Beach Benefit Luau

Hawaiian Islands Land Trust

Saturday, January 25, 2014 from 5:00 PM to 8:30 PM (HST)

Lahaina, HI

Hawaiian Islands Land Trust's 13th Annual Buy Back the...

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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Standard Seating Ended $150.00 $8.49
Table of 8 Ended $1,200.00 $43.95
Traditional Lu'au Seating (Floor Seats) Ended $150.00 $8.49

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MALAMA KIPUKA: Celebrate a Green Gala Oasis Dinner under the stars to protect our precious lands throughout Hawai'i. Join us for an evening of Hawaiian food, music, and dance, including a private concert by the sensational musical duo, HAPA.

Old Lahaina Luau is hosting this event for the thirteenth year in a row—now that's LOVE! Buy Back the Beach will feature culinary highlights from the luau, plus their family of restaurants, Star Noodle, Aloha Mixed Plate, and Leoda's Kitchen & Pie Shop.

Bid on custom experiences you won't find anywhere else in the "Adventures for the Aina" Live Auction.

More information or RSVP, please call 244-LAND(5263) or email buybackthebeach@hilt.org

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When & Where


Old Lahaina Luau
1251 Front St
Lahaina, HI 96761

Saturday, January 25, 2014 from 5:00 PM to 8:30 PM (HST)


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Hawaiian Islands Land Trust

Our mission is simple: To protect the lands that sustain us for current and future generations.

Our promise, audacious: Perpetuity.

What sustains you: snorkeling, surfing or a great day at the beach; getting good and dirty restoring a taro lo‘i or native forest; locally grown food; a quiet walk in nature; shoreline fishing with friends and family; enjoying the iconic island scenery during your daily commute? Perhaps its reconfirming our shared identity as the People of Hawai‘i through visiting cultural and archeological sites and learning the stories of the life of the land?

In Hawai‘i, the things that sustain us are quite literally all around us, all gifts from the land, and all in dire need of permanent protection through conservation. With your help, we can make this happen.

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