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Activity Description
Adult Friends for YouthChildren

Game booth for the children

Bubba Gump Shrimp Co.ChildrenShrimpin' ain't easy! Visit Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. and try your hand at a shrimp toss game. See if you can A3:C13 three shrimp into the bucket and win a prize. Pick-up a complimentary reading calendar and coloring sheet.
Community Case Management Corp.ChildrenDental educational game on the importance of oral hygiene
DCAA-Office of the Securities CommissionerFinancialDCAA Office of the Securities Commissioner will promote the LifeSmarts and Investor Education Program. We will have FREE materials, booklets and give aways for the students as well as adults plus an interactive game to test their consumer and financial knowledge.
Department of Commerce & Consumer AffairsFinancialKids will be able to play a game to learn about money while the parents will be able to take information that will help the kids learn more about being savvy customers
Department of Parks & RecreationChildrenMake and take craft activities. Children will be able to work on craft activity and take home. Materials supplied.
Hawaii Energy
Clean Energy
Hawaii HI529ChildrenDistributing information and small gifts for HI529, Hawaii's College Savings Plan
Hawaiian Humane Society
ChildrenThe Hawaiian Humane Society will host an educational activity at the booth related to animal welfare/responsible pet ownership as well as provide educational materials regarding our programs, services and opportunities for youth to get involved. We are interested in having our dog and cat mascots join us near our booths, if possible. This will be led by our education center.
Hina Mauka Teen CARE
TeenPrize wheel and impaired goggles
International Hospitality CenterRoaming
Kaiser PermanenteEarly LearningInteractive booth activities featuring fitness and healthy nutrition and lifestyles
Kama‘aina Kids
Punchbowl Keiki can look forward to Climbing Wall and Rope-A-Phobia activities
Kama‘aina Kids
ChildrenArts and Crafts for Keiki
Keola O Ke Kai Canoe Club
Iolani PalacePromotion of Hawaiian Outrigger Canoe Paddling with a display of a 45-foot long canoe and 45-foot long fiberglass canoe to teach and do hands-on demonstration. We will be bringing a tent, table and chairs for our activity.
Kids 4 CPRChildrenCPR Demonstration
King Kamehameha V Judiciary History Center
JudiciaryWe will have our history museum open at the Hawaii Supreme Court, Ali'iolani Hale, behind the Kamehameha Statue.
Kiwanis Executive Club of HonoluluChildrenCraft activity for children age 6-13
Kokua Bikes USA LLC
ChildrenBalance bikes are AWESOME. Serving children 2-10 years old, Kokua Bikes USA will bring different sized LIKEaBIKEs for children to roll around on.
Legal Aid Society of HawaiiChildrenChildren's arts and craft activities to be determined.
Lowriders Pride Car Club Hawaii
PunchbowlWe will display 10 cars and pass out flyers on drugs and alcohol free to children and teenagers, parents.
Malama o Na KeikiMalamaPending: Interactive activities with neonate mannequins. Photos with special guest - awaiting confirmation. To send final details by May 31, 2017.
Mcdonald'sChildren
Mental Health America of HawaiiChildrenWe will be offering a self-care/art activity for youth and their parents as well as a "think it" post it activity about proactive factors. It will encourage expression and a way to talk about how to care for mental health and overall well-being. We will also provide information about our trainings and workshops as well as resources for youth.
Moiliili Community Center
ChildrenWacky Hair
Ohana HewahewaCulturalInteractive cultural activities, ohana registrations for potential family members strolling through.
PARENTS, Inc.
ChildrenWe will provide a child-safety related activity, which will likely include the use of a prize wheel and child safety questions, a set for adults and a set for children. We will also bring a coloring activity for the children to work on or take with them, along with brochures, PARENTS, Inc. pens and flyers.
Project Vision Hawaii
PunchbowlRetinal and vision screening on Vision Van. Diabetes and children discussion and information communication.
Read To Me InternationalChildrenMake and take book related activity for children, and information on the importance of reading to children. Bookmarks available.
Seagull SchoolsEarly LearningTBD
Sims Recycling SolutionsGreen

"Sims Recycling Solutions is a Computer Electronic Recycling Company. We recycle unwanted, outdated or obsolete e-waste properly and we keep all components out of our landfills. We strive in safety and our standard operating procedure is to shred all data bearing devices at our Halawa Facility.


Materials Accepted:
Computers, Monitors, Laptops, Printers, Fax machines, Servers, Telecom Equipment, Cell Phone, etc. (Sorry - NO TV'S, ALKALINE BATTERIES, TONER, HOME APPLIANCES, or TOOLS.)

We accept all brands of electronics and the event is open to everyone, the public, and all commercial businesses. There are NO quantity limits.

The Queens' Medical CenterPunchbowlKeiki car seat Event + 50 Free helmets
Tails of AlohaTeen
Teach for AmericaChildrenWe plan to share the work our teachers do in schools on Oahu and Hawaii island. We will give removable TFA Hawaii tattoos to kids who share a story, thank their favorite teacher with a hand written card. We will take pictures and post on social media from the event.
United States Tennis AssociationEarly Learning2 mini tennis courts introducing basic tennis skills such as bump ups, rally, and other fun games. Ages 4 and up. High School tennis team members volunteer to play tennis in interactive booth.
Wet'n'Wild HawaiiPunchbowlWe will be doing a Rock-paper-scissors game, tic-tac-toe and wheel of furtune
YMCA Camp ErdmanChildrenWe will do an outdoor activity. If we can have a 20x20 area outside the booth to set-up our Gaga ball pit. The booth we had last year was great!


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Celebrating Hawaii's Children & Youth