Youth and Families Cultural Resources
Kāhili Beach Preserve
About: Kāhili Beach Preserve works in three programmatic areas: ʻĀina Protection, Stewardship, and Connection and prioritizes the protection of coastlines, wahi kupuna, and lands that grow healthy food for Hawaiʻi’s people, and partner to conserve mauka forests and ranches.
Activities: Community workdays 1st Sunday of each month from 8:30-10:30 am. Kamali‘i Kāhili program is hosted annually in the fall as an afterschool program and focuses on ‘āina-based hands-on education at Kāhili.
Contact: (808) 744- 2462 or email Ann Eu, firstname.lastname@example.org
* Seasonal (FALL) for the Kamali‘i Kāhili Program
About: Anaina Hou Community Park offers entertainment, recreation, and educational programs and services for kama‘āina and visitors. Anaina Hou features the Porter Pavilion events complex, Mini Golf & Gardens, a 17,000 sq. ft. playground, weekly Farmers’ Markets, access to the Wai Koa Loop Trail, and more.
Activities: Various. Contact for updated info.