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Join us for the Month-Long Challenge Every Saturday, Feb. 8 - 29 | 8:00 a.m. – 12 noon | Mākeke Wai`anae at Wai`anae Mall

Support local farmers and take the challenge to eat more healthy Hawaii-grown foods. Stop by the Mākeke Wai‘anae information booth to pick up your free gift bag (while supplies last) and Challenge Stamp Card to complete to win prizes. The featured Hawaii-grown food this year is the nutritious and delicious kale! The month-long Waianae Eat Local Challenge event promotes eating local and healthy!

Questions? Call (808) 697-3709. 2020 Challenge Rules

MAHALO TO OUR SPONSORS.




Keiki Farm Fest | Sat., Feb. 8

Our special way to start off the month-long Challenge this year, is by bringing ohana together with an event filled with good food, local Mākeke vendors, and a mini petting zoo filled with furry, feathery animal friends that the whole family can enjoy!



The Finale & Kale Fest | Sat. Feb. 29

The Finale will offer cooking demos by the talented students from the Wai`anae High School Culinary Program (using kale as one of the ingredients), special activities and the drawing for prizes including a $250 Visa gift card and a ku`i board and stone! Drawing begins at 11 a.m. and you must be present to win a prize!!


A glimpse back at our 2015 & 2018 Challenge & Farm Fest


Our 2018 Waianae Eat Local Challenge (Every Saturday from Oct. 6 – Oct. 27) began with our very first Keiki Farm Fest on Oct. 6, with a mini petting zoo for families to enjoy. The Challenge ended on Oct. 27 with an Eggplant Finale, with delicious food demos focused on the nutritional values of eggplant.


Many thanks to Makaha Studios for creating this wonderful highlight video of our 2nd Annual Waianae Eat Local Challenge (2015), which took place every Saturday from Aug. 15 – Sept. 12. We kicked off the event on Aug. 15, with our very first Ka Holo Ho‘olaule‘a (Celebration 5K Run/Walk in Wai`anae) and finished the Challenge on Sept. 12, with an ‘Ulu Festival Finale, with food demos focused on the nutritional values and benefits of `ulu (breadfruit).