Weekend Events

Kid and Family Friendly Activities & Events

July 26 & 27, 2014

 

SATURDAY, July 26, 2014

 

What:  LEGOs Day at the Library

Where:  Wahiawa Public Library

When:  9:30am – 12:30pm

About:  Leahi LEGO Enthusiasts will create a large dynamic exhibit, demonstrate how to construct different models with LEGOs and then show participants how they can create their own LEGO creations. Suitable for all ages but younger children must be accompanied by a parent or caregiver.

Cost:  Free

For more info:  808-622-6345

 

What:  Guided Marine Center Tour

Where:  Living Art Marine Center, 3239 Ualena Street #100, Honolulu, Hawaii

When:  10am to 11:30am

About:  This 90 minute tour includes a guided tour of the tropical fish exhibits with one of the center’s educators as well as Gyotaku fish print craft on paper and a visit to their discovery center.

Cost:  $7.50 starting price

For more info:  808-841-8080

 

What:  3rd Annual Kid Inc. Business Showcase

Where:  Windward Mall, 46-056 Kamehameha Hwy, Kaneohe, Hawaii

When:  10am to 2pm

About:  Twelve entrepreneurs between the ages of 7 and 15 won the opportunity to set up shop for a day at Windward Mall.  Come and support them as they sell handmade jewelry, up-cycled crafts, services and more.

Cost:  Depends how much you buy!  J

For more info:  808-235-1143

 

What:  Ready2React Emergency Preparedness Day

Where:  Pearlridge Mall Uptown and Downtown Center Courts and the Toys ‘R’ Us Parking Lot

When:  10am to 2pm

About:  Join the City Department of Emergency Management for this event designed to help ready the public for any emergency or disaster that may strike Hawaii.  Parents can learn how to better keep the family safe and kids can enjoy exploring the wide variety of large-scale emergency-response equipment that will be on display.

Cost:  Free

For more info:  www.pearlridgeonline.com

 

What:  Jazz Peace Concert

Where:  Byodo-in Temple, 47-200 Kaheili HY, Kaneohe

When:  12:30pm to 3:30pm

About:  Jazz Peace Concert every 4th Saturday.  Bring your own food and drink.  This month’s concert features visiting artist Vallery Ponomarev on trumpet.

Cost:  $2-$3 temple admission.  Donations accepted.

For more info:  808-239-9844

 

What:  Peter Pan, the Musical

Where:  Paliku Theater, Windward Community College

When:  2pm to 4pm AND 7pm to 9pm

About:  HEARTS presents Peter Pan, the Musical

Cost:  $10 students/seniors, $15 adults, $20 premium seating

For more info:  808-741-2787

To buy tickets:  http://showtix4u.com

 

What:  Discover Windward

Where:  Windward Mall, 46-056 Kamehameha Hwy, Kaneohe, Hawaii

When:  4pm to 9pm

About:  A family event that combines the best of the Windward side’s fashion, food and music.  There will be live entertainment, food trucks and vendors, a farmers’ market by Nalo Farms and Aloha Farmers, a fashion show, community organization information and more.  Shoppers who spend $75 at any Windward Mall store or restaurant during the event will receive a free Regal Cinema movie ticket.

Cost:  Free admission

For more info:  808-253-1499

 

What:  Once on This Island: A Musical of Life, Love & Sacrifice

Where:  McKinley High School Auditorium, 1039 South King Street, Honolulu, Hawaii

When: 7pm to 9pm (Also on Sunday)

About:  The Paliku Academy of Performing Arts presents this musical set in Haiti. It is a tropical “Romeo and Juliet” about a peasant girl and a descendant of French planters whose ethnic and economic differences complicate their love.  Reserved seating is available at www.showtix4u.com and the box office will open 1 hour before curtain.

Cost:  $10, $15, $20

For more info:  www.showtix4u.com

 

 

SUNDAY, July 27, 2014

 

What:  Painting Like Monet

Where:  Art Explorium, in Kaimuki at 1142 Koko Head Avenue

When:  1pm to 2:30pm

About:  This class is for ages 5 and up.  Learn about Monet and how he created his masterpieces.  Then learn about painting with tempera paint, how to mix and blend colors and more.  Experiment with different painting techniques as you create your own Monet-inspired painting to take home.  The class will be taught by Regina Bode who teaches courses in drawing and painting through the Honolulu Museum of Art and the Hawaii State Art Museum.

Cost:  $15 per child

For more info:  http://artexplorium.org/workshops/

 

What:  Family Fun Day at Fun Factory

Where:  The Market Place at Kapolei

When:  10:30am to 3pm

About:  Free prizes every 30 minutes, free balloon twisting and face painting and 50% off most games.

For more info:  http://funfactorygames.com

 

What:  Once on This Island: A Musical of Life, Love & Sacrifice

Where:  McKinley High School Auditorium, 1039 South King Street, Honolulu, Hawaii

When: 7pm to 9pm (Also on Saturday)

About:  The Paliku Academy of Performing Arts presents this musical set in Haiti. It is a tropical “Romeo and Juliet” about a peasant girl and a descendant of French planters whose ethnic and economic differences complicate their love.  Reserved seating is available at www.showtix4u.com and the box office will open 1 hour before curtain.

Cost:  $10, $15, $20

For more info:  www.showtix4u.com

 

Every effort is made to maintain the accuracy of the information on this list but please use the links and phone numbers listed to confirm details or get more information before attending an event.  Have fun! Return to Homepage

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