CELEBRATE KING KAMEHAMEHA DAY AT SAN FRANCISCO MARITIME NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK
Contact: John Cunnane, 415-561-7049
On Saturday, June 11, 10am-4pm, San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park will present its 2nd annual celebration of King Kamehameha Day, with afternoon performances of traditional Hawaiian music, a documentary film showing, and ranger-led presentations on Balclutha's history, including her two years sailing under the Hawaiian flag. Ships admission fees apply for Balclutha talks: Adults, $5. Ages 15 and under, Free. Free with national park passes.
Did You Know?
San Francisco Fire, 1906. A painting by William A. Coulter. The "Great Earthquake" shook the city at 5:12 am on Wednesday, April 18, 1906. William A. Coulter, a maritime artist and journalist, painted this scene on a ten foot wide window shade that he pulled from a demolished bank building in the rubble of the still-burning city. More...