Expanding the City’s Cultural and Arts Programming.

As our community continues to grow, Councilmember Pine is committed to bringing more cultural city-sponsored events to the Leeward Coast, so that we can give our residents a platform to proudly share the arts within our culturally-rich communities.

Councilmember Pine recently met with Rediscover the Waianae Coast Sunset on the Beach 2016 organizer Patty Teruya to discuss an exciting opportunity to bring back to Waianae Coast after a hiatus of 6 years.   Next month, in partnership with Councilmember Pine’s office, the City & County of Honolulu and the City’s Office of Economic & Development, The Wai’anae Coast Community Foundation (WCCF) are proud to present an event for the Wai’anae community to highlight economic development and showcase the beauty of the Wai’anae Coast.

The “Rediscover the Return of the Wai’anae Sunset on the Beach” is taking place on the Beach at Maili Park, on the weekend of Saturday, September 24 and Sunday September 25, 2016 from 12:00 noon to 10:00 pm.

 

Sunset on the Beach

Admission is free and this family event will include over 20 food vendors, an entertainment stage, fireworks and a keiki center.

The Wai’anae Coast Community Foundation looks forward to showcasing the economic resources of the community by featuring the region’s food vendors, businesses, artists, handcrafters.