Starting June 1st, the Hawaiʻi State Archives is now open TUESDAYS through FRIDAYS!Posted on May 25, 2021 in HSA News
Thank you for your continued support and patience during these challenging times! Starting June 1, 2021 *we will now be open Tuesdays through Fridays – from 9:00am to 4:00pm – except on State Holidays.
For your safety and ours, please see the following rules and restrictions:
- Everyone will be required to properly wear a face covering (the mouth and nose are always covered) while in the facility
- A temperature check will be done before entry to the facility, and if the reading is too high you will be asked to leave
- All public will maintain physical distancing of 6 feet from one another and from staff
- There is a maximum of 8 researchers allowed at any time during our public hours
- If there is a waiting list (more than 8 people), your research time in the archives is limited to 2 hours from the time you checked in
- If you are traveling to Oʻahu from the neighbor island or out-of-state, please email us at [email protected] at least 2 business days before your confirmed arrival (please note any travel restrictions must be followed)
- Please visit https://ags.hawaii.gov/archives for more information and updates
Mahalo for your support and cooperation!
*NOTE: In order to provide access to the Public Research Room, the Archives is reliant upon the ʻIolani Palace State Monument being open to the public during regular business hours. At this time, DLNR and the Friends of ʻIolani Palace have designated Tuesday through Fridays as the days the park will be open to the public as of June 1, 2021.
Ma Iune 1, e hāmama ka Hale Waihona Palapala i kēlā me kēia Pōʻalua, Pōʻakolu, Pōʻahā a me Pōʻalima!
Mahalo i ke kākoʻo mau a hoʻomanawanui i loko o kēia mau lā pilikia! E hoʻomaka ana ma Iune 1, 2021 *e hāmama kēia Hale Waihona mai ka Pōʻalua a i ka Pōʻalima -mai 9:00 kak a i ka 4:00 ʻaui – koe wale nā Lā Kulāia Mokuʻāina.
I maluhia nō kākou pākahi, e mau ana nā kaupalena me nā lula penei:
- E komo pono nō kēlā me kēia kānaka i nā pale ihu (kaupale ʻia ka waha me ka ihu) i nā manawa a pau ma loko o ke keʻena
- E ana piwa ʻia ma mua o ka ʻae ana e komo i loko, inā nō wela ka piwa e koi ʻia ana nō ʻoe e haʻalele
- ʻO ka lehulehu hoʻi e kaʻawale ʻia i 6 kapuaʻi ma kekahi ʻaoʻao a kekahi ʻaoʻao
- 8 wale nō ka nui ʻo ka ʻimi noiʻi i ʻae ʻia i ka manawa hoʻokahi
- Inā ma ka papa kali he mau ʻimi noiʻi (i ʻoi i ka 8), e kaupalena ʻia ka manawa noiʻi i 2 hola mai ka manawa aku i komo ai
- Inā he hoa kipa ʻoe iā Oʻahu nei no kekahi moku ʻē aʻe a i ʻole kekahi ʻāina ʻē, e ʻoluʻolu e leka uila mai iā mākou ma [email protected] i 2 lā hana ma mua o kou hōʻea ʻana mai (e mālama ʻia nō nā kaupalena huakaʻi hele)
- E kipa aku iā https://ags.hawaii.gov/archives no ka ʻike a me ka hoʻopuka hou
Mahalo a nui no ko ʻoukou kākoʻo a me ka huliāmahi mai!
*E NĀNĀ MAI: I mea e hāmama ai kēia Hale Waihona Palapala Kahiko, ua koi ʻia e hāmama pū ka Pā o ka Hale Aliʻi ʻo ʻIolani i ka lehulehu i nā hola hana maʻamau. I kēia manawa, na ka ʻOihana DLNR lāua ka Hui Hoaloha o ka Hale Aliʻi ʻo ʻIolani i kuhikuhi aku i ka Pōʻalua a i ka Pōʻalima nā lā e hāmama ai ka Pā i ka lehulehu mai Iune 1, 2021.