Participant
Zone 
Booth
Activity Description
Adult Friends for Youth
Children
15-20

Game booth for the children.

Age-Friendly Honolulu
TeenTZ15-1
The 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 Council Boy Scouts America
Scouting
14
Scouting Hawaii is pleased to offer information about our exciting programs for youth, as well as fun activities provided by our Scout packs and troops and Explorer posts. Join us to learn how you can make Scouting part of your son's or daughter's future!
Aloha Life Advocates
Teen
TZ1-7
Word scramble such as Love, Baby, Respect, etc. Photo booth, colroding and complete my roasy will also be included.
Aloha Mustang and Shelby Club of HawaiiPunchbowlTZ28
Old and new mustangs, Shelby's and Cobra's. Video with Highway Safety information.
Aloun Farms
Children
15-1, 15-2
AF 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.
American Medical Response
Punchbowl
TZ39
Medical Aid Station on Punchbowl Street. Static Ambulance display along with interactive walk through for the keiki.
Angel's Traveling Tea Party
Children
31-14, 31-15
We will be doing slime activity and we will be having magnets the kids can paint and take home.
Asian American Jaycees
Children
15-4, 15-5
Representation of JCI, Adopt a School Day, and aERo program. Activities will reflect Asian American Junio Chamber of Commerce, a Hawaii Jaycees chapter.
B.R.A.V.E. Hawaii
Children
21-8, 21-9
We will be doing kid friendly crafts and games. Handing out information on our B.R.A.V.E. Hawaii programs and our Miss Hawaii United States queens will be doing kid tattoos.
BAYADA Home Care
Children
15-23, 15-24
Our booth will have two games based off the movie "Moana," which will be the Bean Bag Toss and Off the Ledge. We will also have some of our office staff dress up as the following characters (Moana, Maui and Te Fiti) from the movie available to take pictures.
Best BuddiesChildren31-12
Best 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 HawaiiChildren15-12
Children's arts and crafts activity.
Bubba Gump Shrimp Co.
Children
15-19
Shrimpin' 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.
 Chaminade University Children15-21, 15-22
Healthy 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 program
Children
15-3
Come be a scientist.  Work with real scientists to do experiments using scientific equipment to learn more about the hidden sugars in your diet.
Christian Academy
Early Learning
31-5
Will have interactive games and activities.
Civil Air Patrol Hawaii Wing
TeenTZ15-2Provide 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.
Community Case Management Corp.Children
21-3, 21-4
Dental educational game on the importance of oral hygiene.
Coordinating Group on Alien Pest Species
Children
31-10
We are requesting the booth for outreach on the Little Fire Ant (LFA) as part of the multi-agency response. Our booth activity will feature microscopic and fire ant sample (dead), posters on the impacts of these tiny, stinging ants, and visitors can make and take their own LFA test kit to survey their yards/homes/properties (even people living in apartments and condos can participate).
DCCA-Office of the Securities Commissioner
Financial
TZ4-1
DCAA Office of the Securities Commissioner will promote the LifeSmarts and Investor Education Program. We will haev FREE materials, booklets and giveaways for the students as well as adults plus an interactive game to test their consumer and financial knowledge.
Department of Commerce & Consumer Affairs
Financial
TZ4-2
Kids 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 & RecreationChildren15-10, 15-11
Make and take craft activities. Children will be able to work on craft activity and take home. Materials supplied.
Domestic Violence Action Center
Children
21-5
Provide information on supportive services for parents and children experiencing domestic abuse. Take home craft activities that foster communication and family play feelings wheel and family strengths posters.
Domestic Violence Action Center (TAP808 Program)
PG-13
TZ1-8
Enjoy fun games and win prizes at the TAP808 activity booth! Spin the trivia wheel and test your knowledge about healthy dating and teen dating. All teens and parents are welcome and everyone’s a winner! TAP808's mission is to provide youth with education, advocacy services and fun ways to have real conversations about dating, safety, and healthy relationships. Let's TAP out dating violence together!
Financial Reality Foundation
Financial
TZ4-3 to TZ4-8, and TZ4-4 to TZ4-16
Get REAL Financial Reality Fair, teaching personal finance in a fun and interactive way.
FlashPoint STEM
TeenTZ13
Come and build a glider or rocket. Experience 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, project based learning experience is critical to your child's future.
Friends of the Missing Children Center-Hawaii
Children
15-17
We will be doing an interactive game asking the children questions regarding child and cyber safety.
Hamada Financial Group, LLC/New York LifeChildren
31-13Free Keiki ID.
Hawaii Council on Economic Education (HCEE)FinancialTZ4-13
Handouts and games about economics (from the Federal Reserve Bank) and financial literacy.
Hawaii Dance Bomb
Children
21-10
Silent Disco 4 Kids is a ridiculously fun dance party where all the kids get to wear light up LED high quality headsets. There are 3 different channels of music that they can switch between and they all have their own volume control. Games, dancing and interactive activities will be happening throughout the day! See you on the dance floor!
Hawaii EnergyGreenGZ-5
Enjoy fun games and win prizes at the Hawai‘i Energy’s activity booth!  Spin the trivia wheel and test your knowledge about energy efficiency. Or take a turn on the illuminating hand crank to see how much energy it takes to power a light bulb.  All ages welcome and everyone’s a winner!  Hawai‘i Energy's mission is to empower island families and businesses to make smart energy choices that reduce energy consumption, save money and pursue a 100% clean energy future. Join the clean energy movement at HawaiiEnergy.com.
Hawaii HI529
Children
21-14
Distributing information and small gifts for HI529, Hawaii's College Savings Plan.
Hawaii Neurotrauma Registry
Teen
TZ15-7
We will be giving out information about the Hawaii Neurotrauma Registry Project (e.g. brochures and other print collateral addressing traumatic brain injury, concussion, stroke, and spinal cord injury). There will be trivia games (questions about neurotrauma) and memory/brain games, and possibly a PLINKO game. Project-related promotional items (e.g. pens, lunch bags, crayons/coloring book, flashlight/keychains, bracelets, etc.) will also be available at the table.
Hawaii Pacific University
Children
31-20, 31-21
There will be four booths where children will play games to help them learn about healthy eating and exercise.  Children will have opportunities to participate in nutrition activities and will be encouraged to see how long they can hula hoop.  There will be prizes for children participating in various activities.
Hawaii Parent
Early Learning
31-4
We will be handing out our free publication and will also be offering an interactive activity: petrography stamping for kids on paper.
Hawaii Self-Advocacy Advisory Council
Children
31-11
We will be hosting an emergency preparedness table for children with an activity book called Feeling Safe Being Safe. Participants will learn how to have their own emergency preparedness plan. They will complete a color and paste activity in their book on how to put an emergency kit together. They will also play an emergency preparedness game to win a prize.
Hawaii Speech Language Hearing Assoc.Early Learning
33-3
Fall These: Mini pumpkin pass with music, picking apples game, ring the pumpkins.
Hawaii State Library SystemEarly Learning33-10, 33-11
The 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.
Hawaii Women in Filmmaking
Teen
TZ7
Pop-up Cinema // Continuous screening of films created during our filmmaking programs for girls: Reel Camps for Girls and Making Media That Matters. Q&A with filmmakers.
Hawaii Youth Services Directory
Teen
TZ15-3808Youth.com and the Hawai‘i Youth Service Directory team will be giving away signature 808Youth SWAG items, taking photos in the HYSD "insta-frame," and hosting fun games and activities.
Hawaiian Humane Society
Children
15-7The 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!
HawaiiKidsCAN
TeenTZ15-5
HawaiiKidsCan 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.
HHY: ALU LIKE
Children
20
Aloha Aina: Upcycling activities.
HHY: CDFH TeenLink Hawaii
Children
20
Healthy Choices: Interactive activity to engage youth to make healthy choices.
HHY: CDFH-FASD
Children
20
Interactive resources and promotional item giveaways.
HHY: CDFH-HIPRC
Chidlren
20
Spin the Wheel: Spin the wheel for a chance to win promotional items. Lots of resources for families!
HHY: Child & Family ServiceChildren20
Interactive paper activities and resources for the entire family.
HHY: Department of Attorney General
Children
20
McGruff Bean Bag Toss.
HHY: Parents and Children TogetherChildren20Emoji Crown: This activity encourages positive youth development. Children/Youth can create an emoji crown to express different emotions.
HHY: TIFFE Together We CAN ProjectChildren20
Brain development @25: Interactive booth to learn about how you can ensure the best brain development possible for your keiki.
HHY: TIFFE Together We CAN ProjectChildren20
"I choose": Create a video clip of what you choose to be healthy! All video clips will be compiled to create a PSA.
Hina Mauka Teen CARE
PG-13
TZ1-2
Prize wheel and impaired goggles.
HMSA
Children
31-23
Healthy keiki activity wheel with logo item giveaways and information.
Honolulu Bulls Soccer Club
Children
28
The Honolulu Bulls Soccer Club will set up an inflatable soccer field for children to participate in short 15 minutes games with players from the club teams.  Children will be able to run and kick the soccer ball into the inflatable field goals.  

Parents are able to stand on the sideline and watch/cheer their children.  The interactive activity is supervised by coaches and high school players of the Honolulu Bulls Soccer Club.
Honolulu Community Action Program
Early Learning
33-1Paper Plate Jelly Fish Craft.
Honolulu Star-Advertiser
Children
31-6
Newspaper samples, prize wheel.
Ho‘ola Na PuaPG-13TZ1-3Finger print safety pledge for stranger danger, internet and social media safety. Face painting.
i9 Sports Honolulu
Children
22
T-ball Hitting Station; Football Toss; Soccer Goal Kick.
Intergroup Social Perception Lab
TBD
TBD
We will be holding educational and interactive activities with kids that are based around psychological research.
International Hospitality Center
Roaming
Roaming
We wish to do a ROVING activity, not a booth, as in 2016.
Island Club and Spa
Cultural
13
Obstacle course for the keiki and one week memberships to parents for Island Club and Spa.
Juice Plus
Farm to School8
Displaying 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 PermanenteChildren16Interactive booth activities featuring fitness and healthy nutrition and lifestyles.
Kalani Robotics Team Magma
Teen
TZ3
TBD.
Kama‘aina KidsChildren
40
Arts and Crafts for Keiki.
Kama‘aina KidsPunchbowl
TZ33, TZ37
Climbing Wall 30lx27hx20w Rope-A-Phobia 30lx17h
Keola O Ke Kai Canoe ClubCultural
10
Promotion 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 CPRChildren21-19
CPR Demonstration.
King Kamehameha V Judiciary History CenterJudiciaryT1We will have our history museum open at the Hawaii Supreme Court, Ali‘iolani Hale, behind the Kamehameha Statue.
Kiwanis Executive Club of HonoluluChildren31-16
Craft activity for children age 6-13.
Kokua Bikes USA LLC
Punchbowl
TZ30
Balance 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 Hawaii
Children
15-18Children's arts and craft activities to be determined.
Living Art Marine CenterChildren31-24Colorful tropical fish to see and Hawaiian tide pool animals to touch? Yes, we got it! Visit our booth to meet Bruce the Shark or bring your own light-colored t-shirt for a free Gyotaku fish print on your shirt.
Love Peace Harmony Hawaii
Children
15-8
Children will be asked to draw their vision of world peace. Their drawing will be reflect their heart of love, peace and harmony. With permission will feature their drawing on our web site.
Lowriders Pride Car Club Hawaii
Punchbowl
TZ45
We will display 10 cars and pass out flyers on drugs and alcohol free to children and teenagers, parents.
Malama o Na KeikiMalama33-5, 33-6
Pending: Interactive activities with neonate mannequins. Photos with special guest - awaiting confirmation. To send final details by May 31, 2017.
Martial Arts CompanyChildren21-24
We 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.
Mcdonald's Restaurants of Hawaii
Children
25, 26A, 27
McDonalds Restaurants of Hawaii "Happy Meal Tent" will include a special appearance by Ronald McDonald, keiki activities, apple slices, Go-Gurt and free giveaways.
Meadow Gold Dairies/AYSO
Children
23
TBD.
Mental Health America of Hawaii
Children
15-6
We 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 HawaiiChildren15-13, 15-14, 15-15
People 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 Center
Children
31-18
Wacky Hair.
Monsanto HawaiiChildren7
Monsanto 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 afronomists 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.
National Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP) Hawaii ChapterEarly Learning33-12Will be focusing on children's oral health using interactive activities.
Oceanit Laboratories, Inc.ChildrenTZ2Hands-on learning to code Altino Cars. Oceanit will setup six laptop computers and an area for the kids to have cars race around.
Ohana Health Plan/Project Vision
Punchbowl
TZ43
Retinal and vision screening on Vision Van. Diabetes and children discussion and information communication.
Ohana Hewahewa
Cultural41
Interactive cultural activities, ohana registrations for potential family members strolling through.
Ohana Hewahewa: KekuaAloha – God is Love
Cultural
41

My name is Kaylynn Drake and i am a junior boarder at Kamehameha Schools Kapalama. I will be representing my foundation and as the first reigning "2018 American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Miss Aloha Ambassador Hawaii".


I(We) will be passing out literature about both foundations and upcoming events, healthy snacks and an easy fun fitness challenge course for all ages.


I sit on the KS boarding council and will be inviting the boarding community to participate at the event.

Olelo Community MediaTeen
TZ12
‘Ōlelo Youth Xchange E3 — Get Empowered, Equipped, and Engaged! — Take part in a Teen Zone 'Creative Media Experience' as you jump into a multi-camera production set up, complete with green screen, video switcher and cameras. Sit in the director’s chair and learn how to call the shots. From storyboarding to technology, learn how to create video messages that can positively impact your world!
Parents and Children Together PACT
Children
21-6
Education and Fun interactive activities to include lei making, bookmark making, coloring and more! Passing out PACT promotional materials as well.
Parents for Public Schools of HawaiiChildren
21-15
Children 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.
PARENTS, Inc.
Children
31-19
We 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.
Partners in Development Foundation – Hui Ho‘omalu Program
Children
31-7
We will be having a spinning wheel for the children and be handing out information about foster care.
Partners in Development Foundation – Ka Pa‘alana
Children
21-1
Sensory, fine motor activity. We will set-up 2 big mats and 8 low rise tables. We will do play dough poi pounding. We will pass out information about our preschool at Kakaako Park.
Play-Well TEKnologiesChildren21-11, 21-12
Play-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!
Prevent Child Abuse
Early Learning
33-7, 33-8, 33-9
Games with Wheel of Fortune, craft-making with pinwheels and fun items.
Prevent Suicide Hawaii Taskforce
PG-13
TZ1-4
Interactive activities to raise awareness and provide information regarding suicide prevention. This will include concepts such as suicide warnings, resources, and self-care strategies.
Read To Me InternationalChildren15-16
Make and take book related activity for children, and information on the importance of reading to children. Bookmarks available.
Saint Francis SchoolPG-13TZ1-1Solve a toothpick puzzle.
Salle Honolulu Fencing ClubTeenTZ15-6
Here 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 Schools
Early Learning
33-2
Seagull Schools' activity for the day will be Decorating Paper Fans.
Sims Recycling SolutionsGreen2, GZ-4

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.

Sui Wah School
Children31-9
"Let's Learn Chinese Together" — Participants will learn to speak, recognize and write a simple word in Chinese.
Susan G. Komen Hawaii
Teen
TZ15-8
Spinning wheel with breast health education questions. Correct answer wins a prize!
Susan Page Modeling
Children
21-7
Social Graces and Table Settings. Queen's appearance!
Susan Page Modeling
Teen
TZ15-4
Social Graces, photoshoot and giveaway, and mini photoshoot with muah touch ups for all who want to enter the drawing. Queen's appearance!.
Tails of Aloha
Teen
TZ46
Rejeuvinate your spirit when you visit us and take a break with our therapy animals. Learn how therapy animals help people feel better and can be used to improve reading skills with hands on interactions with our certified therapy animals. Those visiting our booth will also learn pet care, qualities of a good therapy dog, and how we certify our therapy dog teams
Teach for America
Children
21-22
We 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.
The Cole AcademyMalama
33-4Create 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 LivingChildren21-2
Empathy 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 Center
Punchbowl
39
Keiki car seat Event + 50 Free helmets.
The Sex Abuse Treatment Center
Teen
TZ1-9
The SATC booth will provide education on cultivating respectful relationships, and preventing sexual violence through the use of the (respective) campaign. Through interactive games and discussion, and the use of social media, participants will learn and discuss how they can show respect in their relationships and communities, and prevent sexual violence
UH Institute for Astronomy
Children
34
View the sun and see sunspots and flares with special telescopes! Walk through a scale-model of the solar system.
United Nations Association - HawaiiChildren15-9
Sunflower Project — Teaching children why the sunflower is a symbol for peace. Will have coloring pages of various sunflowers for children to color. The sunflower seeds can remove toxins including nuclear waste, from soil water.
United States Tennis Association
Children
24
2 mini tennis courts introducing basic tennis skills such as bump ups, rally, and other fun games. Ages 4 and up. High School and College tennis team members volunteer to play tennis in interactive space.
Volunteer Legal Services HawaiiChildren21-21
Volunteer Legal Service Hawaii is a non-profit legal service organization whose mission is to provide services to low income to moderate income individuals in the State of Hawaii. Volunteer Legal Services Hawaii will be there to share about our different programs and have fun games and trivia to play, and prizes to win!
Waimanalo Health CenterFinancialTZ4-12
WHC's Community Services Department - interactive game on health and wellness and information dissemination on public assistance programs and services.
Waimanalo Health CenterPG-13TZ1-6WHC's Kuika Mana Youth Mentoring program-interactive games on health education topics, information dissemination and condom distribution.
Wet'n'Wild HawaiiChildren
31-1, 31-2, 31-3
We will be doing a Rock-paper-scissors game, tic-tac-toe and wheel of fortune.
Yelp Hawaii
Children
31-17
Check in for free Yelp schwag and activity/game!
YMCA Camp ErdmanChildren21-13
We 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!
YMCA of Honolulu
Children
31-18
Children's activity that promotes outdoor play (e.g. kite making) and interactive games that are alternative to screen time (e.g. Cats in the Cradle).


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