For more information visit:
For more information visit:
Great Family Fun @ the Frank Fasi Civic Grounds by Honolulu Hale
(click links for more info)
Makana Risser Chai, Tom Coffman, Kirstin Downey, David Forbes, Ku‘ualoha Ho‘omanawanui, Lillian Howan, Harvey Meyerson, Rodney Morales, Tony Pisculli, Mark Schapiro, Frank Stewart, John W. Troutman, Wawa, Ronald Williams, Erin Kahunawaika‘ala Wright, Kristi Yamaguchi, Dr. Ira D. Zunin
Mike Bond, Jennifer Brody, Zoe FitzGerald Carter, Lisa Freeman, Michael Haas, Stephanie Han, Jennie Lee, Brandy Nālani McDougall, Linda Watanabe McFerrin, Chris McKinney, Hob Osterlund, Sonia Patel, Bridget Quinn, Jessica Lee Richardson, Pamela Rotner Sakamoto
Robin W. Baird, Tim Dyke, Charles Langlas, Kapali Lyon, Michael Malaghan, Manulani Aluli Meyer, Craig Santos Perez, Susan M. Shultz
Alan Akaka, Manu Boyd, Māpuana de Silva, Hālau Mōhala ‘Ilima, Barry Flanagan, Keith & Carmen Haugen, Kumu Hula Tracie & Keawe Lopes, Kumu Maile Beamer Loo, Kenneth Makuakane, Kumu Hula Margaret J. Niuli‘i Heine, Kumu Hula Michael Pili Pang, Jeff Peterson, The Royal Hawaiian Band
Kimee Balmilero & Improvhi, Alton Chung, Kathy Collins, Disgraced, Alex Monti Fox, Jeff Gere, Moses Goods, Lopaka Kapanui, Daniel A. Kelin II, David O‘Shea
Ed Chevy, Yasu Ishida, Billy Sage, Mr. Steve, Uncle Wayne and the Howling Dog Band (will be performing on the Keiki Stage on Saturday, May 6 @ 1:30 pm and @ 12:30 pm on Sunday, May 7)
+ More to be announced. (Keiki Reading and Activities, and Live Theater)
For more info visit: http://hawaiibookandmusicfestival.com/
Saturday, April 22, 2017
9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
In celebration of Earth Month, this FREE, family-friendly event will promote the importance of keeping Hawaii clean and free of pollution, from the mountaintops to the Ocean.
Guests will take part in interactive booths, entertainment and a variety of hands-on learning activities and displays that showcase preservation and protection of Hawaii’s environment. Among the activities will be a fish release and native plant giveaway from Hawaiian Electric Company (HECO).
Food will be available for purchase and complimentary water stations will be provided for guests who bring refillable bottles.
for more info visit: http://www.waikikiaquarium.org/interact/annual-events/mauka-to-makai-earth-day/
4pm – 10pm
Kalakaua Avenue, Waikiki
A portion of the festival proceeds will go towards benefiting the Easter Seals.
Fun for the whole family! Waikiki Block Festival events will feature food, handmade arts & crafts, shopping, and entertainment from local vendors and artists. Admission is FREE! As always, a portion of the festival proceeds will go towards supporting local non-profit organizations.
opportunity for student parents interested in advocating in/for their community from the Hawaii Children’s Action Network (HCAN).
We are organizing an event for parents who are interested in participating in a free 20 week course with the Parent Leadership Training Institute (NPLI) that enables adults to become leading advocates in their communities.
An informational meeting is going to be held on Monday, February 27 from 5:30-7:00pm at the PATCH office. The Co-Director of NPLI, Donna Thompson-Bennet, will be present to explain more about NPLI and answer questions.
Attached is a link to the NPLI Website, a flyer and a link to RSVP for this event below. If you have any students who would be interested in this program, please feel free to forward this to them.
The free dental clinic will provide keiki with dental screenings, teeth cleanings, and topical fluoride treatment. If additional dental services are needed, families without a dental home will be offered guidance on where they can seek dental treatment. The event will also feature entertainment and giveaways for its young guests.