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Historic Koloa Town: the Living Legacy Of Koloa Plantation - Talk Story by Catherine Pascual Lo Hosted by Koloa Public Library

Catherine Pascual Lo, author of The Filipinos of Koloa, published in 2017, was a public, school and academic librarian. She retired as head librarian of Kaua`i Community College.  In retirement, she writes poetry and records local history.  

Under the heading "Historic Koloa Town: The Living Legacy of Koloa Plantation," Lo will spotlight prominent sons and daughters of Koloa representing various ethnicities, including adopted sons and daughters of the town — who improved the quality of life in the town that Koloa Plantation built. They rose to prominence by virtue of their services to Koloa, to the County of Kaua`i, and to the State of Hawai`i.  

Catherine Lo will also cast some light on the descendants who continue their elders’ legacy of service and aloha.

No charge. For more information: 808-245-8693 or visit

kauaihistoricalsociety.org



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Date: Friday, July 27th, 2018
Time: 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Admission: Free

Contact: 808-245-8693

Location:
Koloa Public Library
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