University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa – Outreach College presents the 12th Annual Kids First Film Festival. Sundays: June 24, July 1, 8, 15, 2018. 3 PM @ UH Mānoa Art Auditorium ; FREE!

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Free & Reduced Cost Family Events (weekend of October 14)

via Student Parents @ Mānoa
Aloun Farms Pumpkin Festival
Saturdays & Sundays through October, 8:30am – 5pm
Aloun Farms is hosting a fun-filled family event with tractor pulled hayrides, pony rides, farm style food, picture booths, games and fun for everyone. Aloun Farms and sponsors are dedicated to educating and sharing agriculture and its potential here in Hawaii. Admission is $3 (age 2 & under free). FREE parking and hayrides.
Princes and Princesses
Honolulu Museum of Art, 900 S Beretania St, Honolulu
Sunday, October 15, 10am – 4:30pm

Halloween is coming! Kids can test drive their costume or make their own prince or princess costume at the museum, then dance and sing along with Uncle Wayne and the Howling Dog Band. Event is FREE and open to all ages. Other activities include: LEGO castles, Family Film Sunday, and a drawing contest with prizes.
Hawai‘i Hispanic Heritage Festival
McCoy Pavilion, Ala Moana Beach Park, 650 S King St, Honolulu
Sunday, October 15, 11am – 8pm
This FREE event is open to all ages and includes a variety of live entertainment, food booths, craft and cultural displays, specialty booths, Latin dance workshops, children’s activities and information from community and health agencies.
Kaluokahina: The Enchanted Reef and Flying Monsters at Hōkūlani Imaginarium
Saturday, October 14, 1pm and 2pm, respectively
Choose from two family-friendly films shown on a dome screen this Saturday, or see both. In Kaluokahina: The Enchanted Reef, a volcanic catastrophe damages a peaceful, coral habitat. Two young fish set out on an adventure to restore the magic of their home. Flying Monsters will appeal to any young paleontologists living with you. Narrated by David Attenborough, it follows ancient myths about flying creatures and explores the possibility that they really existed. Both films are recommended for keiki in 3rd grade or above. General admission: $8; ages 4-12: $6; under 4: free.
Have a great weekend!