Celebrating Hawaii's Children & Youth

ParticipantZone Activity Description
Adult Friends for YouthChildren

Game booth for the children

Age-Friendly HonoluluTeenThe Age-Friendly Honolulu Initiative is championed by Mayor Caldwell and AARP Hawaii. The goal of the initiative is to create an age-friendly city that promotes active aging and engages its kupuna through program and policy change. We would like to share information about our initiative and are planning an interactive virtual reality demonstration for teens to learn about aging and age-friendly communities, as well as to share our vision of an age-friendly city.
Aloha Mustang and Shelby Club of HawaiiPunchbowlOld and new mustangs, Shelby's and Cobra's. Video with Highway Safety information.
Aloun FarmsChildrenAF Honey Bee educational booth with observatory. Waipahu high school cadet program will assist students in coloring an AG booklet learning about compost while visitors receive a free mini pumpkin for completing a colored page
BAYADA Home CareChildrenOur booth will have games based off the movie "Moana", which will include possibly: 1) Bean Toss Game into movie characters; 2) Plinko Game and 3) Coloring Game. We might also add in picture-taking.
Best BuddiesChildrenBest Buddies volunteers will be creating friendship bracelets and name tags. Bracelets represent a new friendship made and name tags represent who the individual is. Our mission focus is to establish friendships and leaderships for people with and without disabilities
Big Brothers Big Sisters HawaiiChildrenChildren's arts and crafts activity.
BizGym/Lemonade Alley
FinancialThe four (4) Lemonade Alley Teams participating....Waianae Squeezies (Strawberry Lemonade), Blue Tiger (Ice cream and 7-up Lemonade), Lemonade Hammas (Hamajang Lemonade), Unicorn Popstars (Unicorn Magic Lemonade) will be selling lemonade from their own 10X10 booth/tent as a fundraiser, and Lemonade Alley with our Official 10X10 tent. Our plan is also to include team members to do their 1-minute sales pitch in our Entrepreneur tent (30X40 space).....participating (rotating the teams) in our workshop mentoring other kids.
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 get 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.
 Chaminade University ChildrenHealthy promotion and wellness information (healthy nutrition and physical exercise). Influenza vaccination education and survey. Children/youth interactive activities. Chaminade University School of Nursing admission information.
Chaminade University - I am a Scientist STEM outreach programChildrenJoin scientists and college science majors to learn about hidden sugars in our diet. Use scientific equipment to help understand how much sugar we unknowingly consume.
Civil Air Patrol Hawaii WingTeenProvide information about the various programs that the Civil Air Patrol offer to youth who are between the ages of 12–18. These programs include: Leadership, STEM, Aerospace Education, Emergency Management, Search and Rescue, Air Force History, proper ware of Uniform, and camaraderie with like-minded youth and adults. Demonstration of why paper airplanes fly. Participants will be provided a paper airplane.
DCCA-Office of the Securities Commissioner
FinancialDCCA 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.
Financial Reality Foundation
FinancialGet REAL Financial Reality Fair, teaching personal finance in a fun and interactive way.
FlashPoint STEM
TBDExperience flying a radio controlled airplane, drone or glider on our flight simulator. Experience First Person View (FPV) goggles as flown from one of our aircraft. See radio controlled STEM projects built in our classes. Learn why our hands-on learning experience is critical to your child's future.
Hamada Financial Group, LLC/New York LifeChildrenFree Keiki ID.
Harrington PublishingEarly LearningPetroglyph stamping for kids on paper.
Hawaii Council on Economic Education (HCEE)FinancialHandouts and games about economics (from the Federal Reserve Bank) and financial literacy.
Hawaii EnergyClean Energy
Hawaii HI529ChildrenDistributing information and small gifts for HI529, Hawaii's College Savings Plan.
Hawaiian Humane SocietyChildrenThe Hawaiian Humane Society will host a fun, animal-related activity and provide materials regarding the programs, services and opportunities available for youth to get involved. Don’t forget to come by for a photo op with Hawaiian Humane’s mascots!
Hawaii Speech Language Hearing Assoc.Early LearningFall These: Mini pumpkin pass with music, picking apples game, ring the pumpkins.
Hawaii State Library SystemEarly LearningThe Library System will likely be doing a matching game for children to connect children's book titles to the appropriate cover or character. We will also be doing crafts, that have yet to be determined. Often enough we do headbands or bookmarks.
TeenHawaiiKidsCan is focused on training the next generation of education advocates, so our booth will provide ways for students to share the challenges in their own communities, learn how they can be more effective advocates for their causes, and sign up for additional training. The booth will highlight other outstanding young advocates who have made a difference in their communities.
Hina Mauka Teen CARETeenPrize wheel and impaired goggles.
Honolulu Community Action ProgramEarly LearningPaper Plate Jelly Fish Craft.
International Hospitality CenterRoaming
Juice PlusFarm to SchoolDisplaying tower garden as well as nutritional chart. Will be having puzzles and games to encourage and educate importance of good nutrition. Primarily focusing on fruits and vegetables.
Kaiser PermanenteChildrenInteractive booth activities featuring fitness and healthy nutrition and lifestyles.
Kama‘aina KidsPunchbowl Keiki can look forward to Climbing Wall and Rope-A-Phobia activities.
Kama‘aina KidsChildrenArts and Crafts for Keiki.
Keola O Ke Kai Canoe ClubIolani 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 CenterJudiciaryWe 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 LLCChildrenBalance 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 HawaiiPunchbowlWe 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.
Martial Arts CompanyChildrenWe are excited to share the benefits of "Learning the art of living through martial arts" and come try your luck at our BIG SPIN WHEEL. Participants are able to spin our wheel do an exercise, learn a taekwondo and WIN A PRIZE! Also come by our booth to catch a picture with our Mascot TyRoar the Black Belt Tiger that will also be roaming around the grounds.
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.
MOA HawaiiChildrenPeople of all ages will be instructed to make their own miniature flower arrangement for the enjoyment of their family. Fresh flowers and greens will be carefully inserted into containers that they will create. The containers are recycled school milk containers specially cut and covered with beautiful origami paper that they will put together. This is an exercise of looking, connecting and feeling the beauty of a flower, then given the task of sharing that with their family at home
Moiliili Community CenterChildrenWacky Hair.
Monsanto HawaiiChildrenMonsanto Hawaii is excited to participate in the 24th annual Children and Youth Day event at the State Capitol. This year our booth will feature educational opportunities for children and parents to learn about the many aspects of agriculture including sustainable farming practices, vegetable seeds, and conservation efforts for biodiversity like our commitment to increasing the Monarch Butterfly population. Our farmers, scientists and agronomists will be on hand to explain how agriculture can be fun and exciting. To learn more about Monsanto in Hawaii visit our website at MonsantoHawaii.com.
Oceanit Laboratories, Inc.ChildrenHands on learning to code Altino Cars. Oceanit will setup six laptop computers and an area for the kids to have cars race around.
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.
Parents for Public Schools of HawaiiChildrenChildren will be asked to draw what they love most about their school (or family) and what they would change to improve it. Children will place a pin on the map to show where their school is located.
Play-Well TEKnologiesChildrenPlay-Well Teknologies will offer interactive LEGO projects and S.T.E.M.-based activities for keiki to expand their creativity and engineering skills. A Battletrack station along with a massive city-build area will be available for builders as well as a free raffle for a LEGO set!
Project Vision HawaiiPunchbowlRetinal and vision screening on Vision Van. Diabetes and children discussion and information communication.
Prevent Child AbuseEarly LearningGames with Wheel of Fortune, craft-making with pinwheels and fun items.
Read To Me InternationalChildrenMake and take book related activity for children, and information on the importance of reading to children. Bookmarks available.
Salle Honolulu Fencing ClubTeenHere is your chance to fence Olympic style against your friend. No weight or age categories; dad or mom can fence their child of any age. Our replica swords are similar to real Olympic swords, but lighter and safer. Please line up with your fencing partner and wait your turn. Two styles to choose from: foil and saber.
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.

Siu Wah SchoolChildren"Let's Learn Chinese Together" - Participants will learn to speak, recognize and write a simple word in Chinese.
The Cole AcademyMalamaCreate and take a Discovery Sensory Bottle! A quick and easy way to give your young child access to exploring all sorts of interesting materials that would normally be off limits. Join in with the sensory fun!
The Plaza Assisted LivingChildrenEmpathy challenges to allow youth to experience some of the benefits and challenges of aging. We will also have a tattoo station and will allow parents to have a free e-book of "It's Just Aging", a children's book about aging, sent to them.
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 Nations Association - HawaiiChildrenSustainability projects – implement the united nation (UN) recently adopted SDG (Sustainable Development Goals) thru interactive projects.
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.
Volunteer Legal Services HawaiiChildrenVolunteer Legal Service Hawaii is a non-profit legal service organization whose mission is to provide low-cost legal services to low income to moderate income individuals in the State of Hawaii. Volunteer Legal Services Hawaii coordinates volunteer attorneys to those in need of legal assistance but simply cannot afford it in the following areas: family law, landlord/tenant, collections, Chapter 7 bankruptcy, basic estate planning and veteran benefits.
Wet'n'Wild HawaiiChildrenWe will be doing a Rock-paper-scissors game, tic-tac-toe and wheel of fortune.
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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