The Family Literacy Program is comprised of two libraries/community centers for all residents of Kuhio Park and Mayor Wright Homes. In addition to checking out books (which many have been donated), patrons can participate in weekly story hour, literacy activities, and receive help with homework or writing letters for business matters. We also provide access to computers and high quality children’s e-books at our on-site Technology Rooms and through our subscription database, TumbleBooks. Community volunteer groups offer Saturday story hour events, too.
Interested in helping kids improve their literacy skills? Hawaii Literacy is looking for volunteers to help read and work directly with children, parents, and/or caregivers at Mayor Wright Homes and Kuhio Park Terrace. Volunteers can also take part in reading books aloud, helping with an art or writing activity, or assisting others in choosing and checking out books. A criminal background check is required.
Starting March 9th, 2015, open hours for both Family Libraries will change.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday - 1pm to 5:30pm at Mayor Wright Homes (MWH)
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday - 1pm to 5:30pm at Kuhio Park (KP)
Saturday story hours are 9am to 11am on select weekends.
Please see calendar (calendar is saved as a downloadable Adobe PDF file).
Hawaii Literacy’s Family Library at Mayor Wright Homes Calendar:
Hawaii Literacy’s Family Library at Kuhio Park Calendar:
To see both sites, please see the following Program Calendar:
For upcomming Family Literacy Volunteer Orientation/Training:
Hawaii Literacy’s Family Library at Kuhio Park
1475 Linapuni Street, Tower A – 1st Floor
Suite #117 and Suite #118
Honolulu, HI 96819
Nearest Bus Stop: B or 2 (5 minute walk)
Hawaii Literacy’s Family Library at Mayor Wright Homes
566 N. Kukui Street, Bldg 25A
Honolulu, HI 96817
Jeanette Callos, Family Literacy Program Manager
Marissa Hanada, Family Literacy Curriculum Coordinator
The Family Literacy Program and its operation are made possible with generous support from the City and County of Honolulu Community Development Block Grants (CDBG), Hawaii Appleseed Center for Law and Economic Justice, Hawaii Bowl Foundation, The TJX Foundation, Walgreens, and Kokua Kalihi Valley.