Lei Day

On May 1, ev­ery­one from lo­cals and vis­i­tors will wear or give out Hawaii’s most popular sym­bol of love.

Where Maui - - Contents - BY KRISTEN NE­MOTO

In 1929, Gover­nor Wal­lace Rider Far­ring­ton signed a Lei Day procla­ma­tion urg­ing res­i­dents to “ob­serve the day and honor the tra­di­tions of Hawaii-nei by wear­ing and dis­play­ing lei.”

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