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Browse Programs, Events & Services

We offer programs and services across Hawaiʻi and in a mix of formats--from virtual, to hybrid, to in-person. Our team is constantly adding new programs and services, so check back frequently.

Some offerings are not searchable on our website, as they are only available for kamaliʻi and ʻohana who currently have a relationship with LT. Please reach out to your LT worker for questions.

Project Mohala

Make the most of your summer! Earn COLLEGE CREDITS while experiencing life on a university campus - all at no cost!

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Ulupono (Hawai‘i Island)

6-week in-person program where kamali‘i will participate in hands-on activities to learn about their environment and themselves through kilo, mo‘olelo, and fun!

For ages 6-10

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Ka Pili ʻOhana Mentorship

Connection and healing through shared moʻolelo, hands-on cultural activities to share our collective hā for families currently in Foster Care and Resource Family Caregivers (RCG).

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Youth Leadership Program

During this 8 week in-person program, ʻōpio from grades 9 - 12 will go on a huakaʻi to polipoli farms and discover ways to become maui's next entrepreneur.

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Queen's Jubilee (Statewide Program)

A Hawaiian Performing Arts Production in honor of Liliʻuokalani

Choose from Classical Music, Vocals/Instrumentation/ʻUkulele, Modern Dance, Hula, Digital Media, and Acting/Theater Tech.

Open to kamaliʻi grades 6 - 12

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Ka ʻUpena (Virtual)

In this virtual program, kamaliʻi from grades K - 12 will learn about our Queen and Hawaiian culture through games, arts & crafts, and much more!
Mondays, October 17 - December 5

Grades K - 12 

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Mana Moves

Mana Moves is an after-school program for Native Hawaiian youth in Honolulu ages 12-16. Your ‘ōpio will choose to explore ola kino through volleyball and nutrition or dance and choreography.

Dates: Tuesdays & Thursdays, October 4 – November 17, 2022

Time: 3 p.m. - 5 p.m.

Location: Lili’uokalani Center

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Ka ʻUpena

HANA NOʻEAU & MELE

In this 8 week in-person program, kamaliʻi from grades 6 - 12 will learn about our Queen & Hawaiian culture through music and art.
October 11 - December 8, 2022

Grades 6 - 12

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After School Hui

Join us for our after-school drop-in hui at the Kona International Market! Art supplies, games, athletic equipment and snacks will be provided. ʻŌpio (youth) are welcomed to explore the space for recreational use, academic studying, and the opportunity to build pilina with others. 

For youth grades 6th-12th

Wednesdays, Sept 7 - Dec 7, 3pm-5pm

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‘oHANa Life

Join our next ‘oHANa Life gathering. The program kahua (foundation) honors ancestral wisdom that affirms the significance of all roles. 

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Puʻu Lei ʻO Liliʻu

Kamali'i will have the opportunity to learn about the Queen's culture and legacy, create moʻolelo, and explore pathways for the future while gaining peer support. This program is for Kamali'i between 13 to 18 years old on Oʻahu Island.

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Kamalama (O‘ahu & Kaua‘i)

For parents and caregivers looking to strengthen their parenting styles.

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Keahuolū Camping Program

Located between Kailua-Kona town and Honokōhau Harbor are two campgrounds nestled along the Keahuolū shoreline. Halepaʻo is a sandy beach surrounded by a grove of milo trees with a swimming area and tide pools. Hiʻiakanoholae is a sandy beach to the north of Halepaʻo with tide pools, blowholes, and deep ocean waters.

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