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Kauai Museum and Daughters of Hawai`i presents: David Penhallow Scott Book Signing

February 18th, 2017 at 11:00 am12:00 pm | $15.00

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“David Penhallow Scott, is a fifth-generation Hawaiian and a descendent of William Hyde Rice, the last governor of Kaua‘i under the Kingdom of Hawai’i. An author, playwright, professional actor, teacher, he has taught drama and speech at Kauai Community College and at mainland schools, and served as director of the Kauai Museum, among many other positions. A true Renaissance man, David has incorporated many of his experiences as a witness to major local and world events into his numerous books and plays. This event is not to be missed!”

Murder at the Coco Palms Hotel

“Murder mystery takes place at the Coco Palms Hotel. It is prior to Elvis Presley coming to the hotel to film Blue Hawaii. The hotel manager Grace Buscher Guslander has to solve a murder of a very famous movie star who died at her hotel drinking a mai tai before the arrival of Paramount’s movie production of Blue Hawaii. Grace is afraid that if Hollywood hears of the murder at her hotel, Paramount will cancel their production of Blue Hawaii. It is Ms. Buscher’s ingenuity and cleverness and being an avid reader of Agatha Christie novels she is able to solve the murder mystery at her hotel. “

Event Details:

Date: February 18th, 2017
Time: 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Cost: $15.00

Event Location:

Kauai Museum

HI 96766 United States

For More Info:

Contact: Kauai Museum
Phone: 808-245-6931