Celebrating Hawaii's Children & Youth

Activity Description
(Color Street) Simply Fabulous Mobile Boutique Children

Color Street Nails w/Chellez. Free Demonstration & Free Nail Samples. Spin the wheel for additional prize giveaways.

Adult Friends for Youth
15-20We will be having children's games and also providing information about our youth programs.
Aloha Council BSAScouting
14The Scouting Zone is back and better than ever with hands-on activities and games for everyone! Come have fun and learn about Cub Scouts (now open to boys and girls!) for ages 5 to 10, Boy Scouts for ages 11 to 17, and our exciting high-adventure or career exploration programs for ages 14 to 20.
Aloha Life Advocates
TZ1-2We will have a display of the life cycle, showing babies from fetus to birth. We will also be handing out pamphlets, and pencils. We will also be handing out brochures with information about abortion. We will be handing out baby hand and feet pins. We will also have games available to play! We have people available to help answer questions about pregnancy and abortion.
Aloha Mustang and Shelby Club of Hawaii
Punchbowl Street
TZ-21Car display with looped video of safe driving. Keeping racing off the streets and seat belt use promotion.
Aloun Farms
15-1,2Aloun Farms will be partnering with Waipahu High School volunteers to share the importance of diversified agriculture for a sustainable Hawaii. Kids that visit our booth will be coloring in Aloun Farms very own educational booklet to take home. Also visitors that are able to complete the page or activity receive a FREE locally grown mini pumpkin.
Alpha Phi Alpha Educational Foundation
TZ1-1Are you up for the Project Alpha Cornhole Challenge? The members of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated will be hosting a Cornhole Challenge offering prizes and providing information in regards to their National "Project Alpha" Program and "Alpha Educational Foundation" Scholarship. This is a booth you do not WANT to miss!!!
American Medical Response
Punchbowl Street
TZ-32First Aid station on Punchbowl Street. We will have multiple ambulances on display for the children to climb in and look around.
B.R.A.V.E. Hawaii
21-2We will be handing out anti-bullying info, doing arts and crafts with the participants
15-23,24We will have activities and games revolved around theme of "Superheroes." This is because a number of movies are coming out this year, such as: Avengers, Aquaman (Justice League) and The Incredibles. This will include having our employees dressing up as various superheroes, various coloring activities, face painting and games etc...
1Our booth will feature educational displays for children and adults to learn about the various aspects of agriculture including sustainable farming practices and our conservation efforts for biodiversity such as our commitment to increasing the Monarch butterfly population. We will also be distributing free vegetable seedlings to attendees. Come and meet our scientist and agronomist who will be on hand to answer any questions.
Best Buddies Hawaii
31-12An interactive game or trivia on what inclusion means and information about how to get more involved in the current school chapters we have the friendship programs on Oahu and Maui.
Big Brothers Big Sisters Hawaii
15-6Big Brothers Big Sisters Hawaii is a youth mentoring organization focused on improving the lives of children, families and the community one child at a time. Please visit our booth at Children and Youth Day to learn more about our services and participate in a fun and interactive game.
Bizgenics FoundationSocial Entrepreneurship
TZ15-SE1Engage in a fun and interactive workshop where your child will have the opportunity to design a lemonade business and cardboard arcade game. When you're done, find out how your child can take their newly drawn plans and participate in our live event youth-entrepreneur challenge called "Lemonade Alley." Participants will sell their lemonade or arcade games, raise money for a charity of their choice and win prizes. Stop by our booth for a chance to play our cardboard arcade games on display!
Blue Planet Foundation
GZ-1Through hands-on activities, such as life-size Jenga, light bulb hand crank, and UV light detecting bracelets, Blue Planet Foundation shows visitors ways they can save both energy and money! Play our Power Grid Protectors game (a 4-foot-tall Jenga-like structure) which shows the importance energy efficiency & energy waste can have on the stability of the power grid. Try your hand at producing enough energy to power a light bulb and create your own UV beaded bracelet to witness the sun's energy!
Blue Zones ProjectChildren
15-22As a health and well-being initiative, we will have fun and active activities for the whole family and promote healthy living through information about physical activity and nutrition.
Bubba Gump Shrimp Co.Children
15-9Shrimpin' 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.
C & C of Honolulu, Dept. of Parks and Recreation
15-11,12Free make and take craft activity.
Camp Mokule'ia
21-16Camp Mokule`ia is a camp and retreat center located on the beautiful North Shore of Oahu. We offer various faith based summer camp opportunities for children and youth of all ages. Come spend a week on the beach, make new friends, arts & crafts, go paddleboarding/kayaking, play games, ziplining, learn about God’s love, and so much more. Visit campmokuleia.com and go to Camps & Programs for more information. Please stop by our booth to play games, enjoy camp snacks, and maybe win some cool prizes.
Caring for Hawaii NeonatesPre & Peri- Natal
33-6Children will insert feeding tubes, umbilical lines, listen to heartbeats in an interactive Simulated baby doll. Educational and cultural handouts will be available for before birth, during and after birth. End-of-life care information also available.
Ceeds of PeaceChildren
21-17We will provide all materials and instruction to make canvas peace flags. These can be made individually or as a family. They show a personal commitment to family peace among all adults and youth. Participants can take home their peace flags as a physical representation and reminder of their commitment to a peaceful family and home.
Chaminade University
15-9Science is FUN because Scientists use awesome equipment to do their work. Come meet some real-life Scientists, and experience what it’s like to be a Scientists by playing with our equipment while doing a science experiment.
Chaminade University- School of Nursing
Pre & Peri- Natal
33-5Blood pressure screening BMI screening Health screening survey regarding influenza Flu education Personal hygiene Chaminade Nursing promotional flyers.
City and County of Honolulu Recycling BranchGreen
GZ-4The City's recycling office will have a quiz wheel to help you learn how to sort your recycling into the proper bins. There will be activity books and informational brochures as well as recycled goodies to take home.
Civil Air Patrol, Hawaii WingPunchbowl Street
TZ-23The Civil Air Patrol offers young adults between the ages of 12 through 21 an opportunity to learn about Aerospace Education, Emergency Services to include search and rescue activities, and Leadership Skills. Members of the CAP are part of the U.S. Air Force Auxiliary and are eligible to access various activities on Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam, and other military facilities in Hawaii.
Community Case Management Corp
21-8,9Importance of Oral Hygiene
DCCA Office of the Securities Commissioner
TZ4-4DCCA Office of the Securities Commissioner will promote LifeSmarts and Investor Education Program. We will have 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 and Consumer AffairsFinancial
TZ4-5Kids can play a game to learn about money and being consumer wise. Parents can take information with them on being savvy consumers.
Dept. of Transportation Services, City and County of Honolulu
21-22Visit our interactive booth that will teach your child to be a safe pedestrian. All children will receive a prize.
Domestic Violence Action Center
21-10With special attention to children, the Pulama I Ka Ohana (PIKO) Program supports island families to overcome challenges together. PIKO accompanies survivors of domestic violence and their children on their path to safety and healing, through individual and family services and support groups. At the PIKO booth, participants will be able to make water color affirmation magnets and family strengths posters.
Family Programs HawaiiChidlren21-7Children will be able to have fun and express their talents by decorating their own picked stone paper weight.
TZ15-12At FlashPoint STEM, we make learning STEM fun! Come and make air rockets or a chuck glider at our booth. Learn about how your student can get involved with our STEM Classes. See what our students have created.
Girl Scouts of Hawaii
15-3Unleash your inner G.I.R.L. (Go-getter, Innovator, Risk-taker, Leader) with Girl Scouts of Hawaii! Participate in a collection of engaging, challenging, and fun activities such as exploring our galaxy by making constellations viewers, build a camp fire, and learn about earths magnetic field with a magnetic slime experiment! Have fun meeting Girl Scouts of all ages. For additional program information visit gshawaii.org.
Going Green
GZ-2Going Green Display Flyers for upcoming Going Green events/Calendar Children's Games led by Leos of Leilehua High School Recycling Quiz Fun and Prizes!
Hamada Financial Group, LLC/ New York Life
31-13Free Keiki ID.
Hawaii Afterschool AllianceChildren
31-17Come and spin the wheel at the Hawai’i Afterschool Alliance booth for your chance to win some goodies! Also, share with us on our community board how we can improve Afterschool Programs here in Hawai’i. Hope to see you there!
Hawaii Air National GuardTeen
TZ15-6Hawaii Air National Guard recruiters will be on-site to provide information about our career opportunities and benefits.
Hawaii Bicycling League
Punchbowl Street
TZ-22Keiki Biking Activity.
Hawaii Bone Marrow Donor Registry
TZ1-5Every 3 minutes, someone is diagnosed with some form of blood cancer. Most patients don't have fully matched donor in their family and that's when they turn to the HAWAII BONE MARROW DONOR REGISTRY. Must be between 18 and 44 years of age to register. Visit our booth for superhero cutouts for photos and pick up your complimentary tattoo!
Hawaii Chapter of Napnap
Early Learning
33-10Promoting dental health by sponsoring interactive activities for our keiki.
Hawaii Children's Action NetworkChildren
31-15Learn about the children’s movement fighting for access to affordable childcare, preschool, and healthcare! Join us for fun superhero mask coloring! Come learn about how you can get involved in the Parent Leadership Program!
Hawaii Cosplay

Cosplayers will be making appearances for photo ops at the various stages and throughout the grounds all day.
Hawaii Council on Economic EducationFinancial
TZ4-1Financial literacy games and literature.
Hawaii Dance Bomb
21-12Come and dance at our 3 channel Silent Disco 4 Kids including interactive games, activities and prizes!
Hawaii Department of Agriculture
Farm to School
8FARM TO SCHOOL FUN! Stop by the Farm to School Zone for interactive keiki fun with garden growing yoga, keiki music, produce petting zoo, parent and educator resources, and an opportunity to take home FREE KALO HULI! Farm to School partners will be on hand to answer your kalo growing questions to help transition HĀLOA to your `Ohana. Folks can RESERVE KALO HULI early for guaranteed pick-up (otherwise first-come first-serve) at: https://goo.gl/forms/9Y6ubAiqmuz6fVHB3
Hawaii Derobio Escrima Academy
21-3Join us and learn the exciting martial art of the Philippines! Learn the basic movements of Derobio Escrima for self-defense and exercise. Come and discover the techniques of self-protection with a stick or your empty hand. Also, learn how to use sticks to create a rhythmic dance. Finally, find out what popular toy was used in by Filipino jungle warriors in centuries past. Visit our booth to dig deep into the Filipino culture!
Hawaii Energy
GZ-3Hawai'i Energy will be on hand to educate island families about the many and lasting benefits of energy efficiency. They'll have fun activities and lots of giveaways! Test your luck at energy trivia or power a light bulb with your bare hands. It's fun for all ages and you'll even learn how to save money with some simple tips from our energy advisors!
Hawaii Jaycees
15-10The Hawaii Jaycees will provide children with an interactive cultural game.
Hawaii Pacific University
31-21Children's "good" nutrition information through games.
Hawaii Self-Advocacy Advisory Council (SAAC)
31-11We 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 also play an emergency preparedness game to win a prize.
Hawaii Speech-Language Association
Early Learning
Hawaii State Art Museum
Hawaii State Art Museum
TOUR11:00 am–3:00 pm Gallery Games in the museum and hands on activities for all ages on the first floor. Museum open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more information, please call 586-9958.
Hawaii State Library
31-6The Hawaii State Library will be offering various crafts and book-themed matching games.
Hawaii Youth Services DirectoryTeen
TZ15-2Aloha, our booth will have personalized button making, with chances to win prizes. Come meet with us to learn about the online statewide directory for youth. We list programs, services, and events for youth and family.
​Hawaiian Humane SocietyChildren
15-7Join the Hawaiian Humane Society to play games, learn about animal welfare and responsible pet ownership, and take a picture with one of the Society’s Joy Ambassadors!
Hawaiian Legacy FoundationIolani41Interactive educational activities and video clips of Uncle Eddie and Aunty Myrna Kamai Keiki projects.
TZ15-8HawaiiKidsCAN is focused on youth empowerment and training the next generation of education advocates. Our booth will include interactive games and quizzes for prizes which will see how much students know about the DOE system, charter schools, and different types of learning. We will also have a photo booth and cards for students to share how they want to make a difference in their own communities.
HHY20Hands on cultural activity (make it and take it) for youth.
HHY: Coalition for a Drug-Free HawaiiHHY20Join us at the HIPRC information resource booth in the Healthy Hawaii Youth tent! Fun activities will be available for children and youth while parents can browse materials to broaden your awareness and learn more to speak with your children and youth as well as share with family members. We look forward to sharing more with you at CYD 2018!
HHY: Department of the Attorney General, CPJAD, CCP Br.
HHY20Interactive fun learning on how to keep drug-free and live a healthy lifestyle. Crime prevention items will be available. Help, McGruff, the Crime Dog keep you safe from becoming a victim of a crime!
HHY: Hawaii Partnership to Prevent Underage DrinkingHHY20Hawaii Partnership to Prevent Underage Drinking (HPPUD) and their partners, together as Healthy Hawaii Youth, promote positive youth development through interactive family resources for all!
HHY: Hawaii Public Health InstituteHHY20Come visit Hawaii Public Health Institute’s booth to learn more about public health issues impacting our state! Play our interactive games for the opportunity to win prizes! Our primary focus areas are on combatting vaping among youth and helping people make healthy beverage choices. More about our organization: Hawaii Public Health Institute has been improving the health of our state for more than two decades. Starting as the Coalition for a Tobacco-Free Hawaii.
HHY: Missing Child Center- Hawaii
HHY20The Hawaii Department of the Attorney General's Missing Child Center - Hawaii will be distributing free Keiki ID kits to the public. It provides spaces for critical information about a child, including spaces for fingerprints, photo, dental chart (for a dentist to fill in), and a DNA sample (for a strand of hair), that law enforcement may find helpful in the event that the child goes missing. If your child ever goes missing, this completed kit should be given to law enforcement immediately.
HHY: Parents and Children TogetherHHY20Parents And Children Together encourages everyone to live a healthy lifestyle. We will provide an interactive activity that will help promote making healthy choices for Hawaii's children, youth, and their families.
HHY20Promoting healthy relationships, healthy personal practices, and parent-youth communication skills through games, questions, and programs offered by Planned Parenthood.
HI529 - Hawaii's College Savings Plan
21-14Get information on the Hawaii College Savings Plan.
Hina Mauka - Teen CARE
TeenTZ15-3Hina Mauka Teen CARE booth will include a free spin on the Prize Wheel, Trivia Questions, Community Resources and lots of Informational Brochures.
Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation
Rail & Transportation
C1Come by our tent to watch the Lego train and learn fun things about the new rail transit system. It's a new, fast, and earth-friendly way of travelling between East Kapolei and Honolulu.
Honolulu Community Action Program Head Start
Early Learning33-1Jelly Fish.
Honolulu Community Action Program Inc.
Children31-7STEM activity - Plants life cycle, painted rock.
Ho'ola Na Pua
TeenTZ15-9Teens and youth can make a fingerprint online safety pledge as well as create their own greeting cards. They can also participate in a short educational presentation power point and discussion on sexual exploitation of minors in Hawai`i.
i9 Sports Honolulu
Children22i9 Sports will have fun activities and games for keiki of all ages to participate as well as information regarding the upcoming season for our Flag Football, T-Ball, Basketball and Soccer programs.
Institute for Astronomy
Children15-4Solar observing: safely view the sun through filtered telescopes Walk through a scale model of the solar system Ask an astronomer.
Intergroup Social Perception Lab
RoamingN/AHi! We are from the Intergroup Social Perception Lab, a social and child development research lab at the University of Hawaii at Manoa! We are interested in how young children make sense of the social world, develop social preferences, and interact with new people. We are always looking for new families to partake in our studies, where they play games and get prizes for participating.
International Hospitality Center
RoamingN/AInternational Hospitality Center (IHC) exchange participants will share information about the organization (passing out flyers), and about their individual country/culture.
Iolani Palace
Iolani PalaceTOURFree admission to ‘Iolani Palace state rooms followed by a self-guided exploration of the galleries, which includes exhibits of select treasures from the Royal collection. Last tour entry 3:00 p.m.
The Judiciary
King Kamehameha V Judiciary History Center
TOURAliiolani Hale — located behind the King Kamehameha Statue on King Street — is the Hawai’i State Judiciary Building. Our museum is Admission Free. Learn about Hawai’i’s courts and our unique legal history through self-guided tours, gallery displays, and short films.
Kaiser Permanente
16Interactive booth activities featuring healthy nutrition, fitness, lifestyle and relationship habits.
Kamaaina Kids
40Keiki get to participate in fun arts and crafts, climb to the sky on our popular climbing wall, and dive into our interactive inflatables. Adults get to browse our mass collection of resources for families regarding childcare and extracurricular family activities and services. Check out Kamaaina Kids Facebook in September 2018 for upcoming news on our CYD contest!
​Kapi'olani Medical Center's Sex Abuse Treatment CenterChildren15-16The SATC booth will provide education on cultivating respectful relationships, and preventing sexual violence through the use of the [ r e s p e c t ]TM campaign. Through interactive games and discussions, 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.
KekuaAloha Foundation
Iolani41KekuaAloha Foundation's mission is to promote healthy and active living by sharing God's love. We have fun games and a fitness obstacle course for all ages.
Keola O Ke Kai Canoe ClubIolani10We will have a 10/10 pop-up, display table, 2 45 foot canoes ( 1 koa/ 1fiberglass) Last year was a perfect location.
Kids 4 CPR
Children21-19CPR Training.
Kumon North America, Inc.
Children21-5,6We will have 2 different games. The first game will be a dice game that will be "add 'em up" and the second game will be magnetic number boards.
Legacy of Life Hawai'i
TeenTZ15-4Legacy of Life Hawaii will present a fun and skillful game of Milton Bradley's board game of Operation. Coloring booklets with activities that share a story about organ and tissue donation.
Legal Aid Society of Hawaii
15-18The Legal Aid Society of Hawaii will provide interactive games for children as well as legal information for civil issues related to family law, landlord-tenant issues, Fair Housing, consumer law, and immigration law.
Lowriders Pride Car Club Hawaii
Punchbowl Street
TZ-3012 Lowrider cars display will be passing out flyers on drug free.
Malama o Na Keiki
Iolani41Children will insert feeding tubes, umbilical lines, listen to heartbeats in an interactive Simulated baby doll. Educational and cultural handouts will be available for before birth, during and after birth. End-of-life care information also available.
Martial Arts Company Hawaii
Children21-24Come break a board! At the Martial Arts Company booth, we will have awesome Wheel Spin with a chance to win 4-Week Unlimited Taekwondo Class offer as well as other cool prizes. There will also be an appearance of our mascot Tyroar the Tiger for some great photo ops! Be sure to hashtag #tyroarthetiger and #martialartscompany in all your social media posts to win other great prizes!!!
McDonald's Restaurants of Hawaii

McDonald's 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
Children23Meadow Gold Dairies and AYSO has been a proud partner for over 40 years. At the 2018 Children and Youth Day Meadow Gold Dairies and AYSO Hawaii will be partnering and bringing their BIG FOOT kicking cage. Keiki of all ages can stop by and test their kicking speed and accuracy to win prizes. They will also be giving away Free TruMoo Chocolate Milk half pints to everyone who participates in the activity.
MOA HawaiiChildren15-13,14,15Children are given simple instructions to make their own beautiful flower container from a recycled school milk carton. They then make a flower arrangement in their containers for their family..
Moiliili Community Center
31-18Our staff will treat your child to a variety of wacky hair-doos.
Oahu Pickleball AssociationTeenTZ21-A,BWhat is the fastest growing sport in the U.S.? It's PICKLEBALL! Children and youth of all ages and abilities are quickly learning just how much fun they have playing this game. Pickleball is a crossover of tennis, badminton and ping-pong. Come by our booth! Try our paddles. Play with our "pukaballs." Score awesome prizes and swag by taking the OPA challenge. Ask us about clinics, classes, leagues, tournaments, open-play and more!
Ohana Health PlanPunchbowl Street
TZ-31The `Ohana booth will feature the dental part of good health, including how to brush, the importance of flossing and more.
Ohana HewahewaIolani41‘Ohana Hewahewa will assist keiki in tracing their genealogy to their na makua (parents) and their kupuna (ancestors) with great interactive activities.
Ohana/Project Vision Hawaii/Lions ClubPunchbowl Street
TZ-31Ohana will be giving out information on Health and distributing reusable bags, Project Vision and Lions will be conducting vision screenings and giving our free keiki sunglasses and readers for the adults.
Olelo Community Media
31-17,18,19Olelo's Creative Media Experience (CME) engages children and youth in freely expressing their views via video messages. Our interactive booth is designed to equip children and youth of all ages and varying video production skill sets. From handling a camera, to framing and adjusting shots, to quick edits, CME is certain to spark the interest of an 8-year old and their parents and/or grandparents.
Parents and Children Together
Early Learning
33-2Interactive craft activity: Children will design an interlocking fish and attach to a wooden chopstick pole. Activity is geared for children ages 3-5.
Parents for Public Schools of Hawaii
Children21-15Children will be asked and draw what they love most about their school (or family) or what they would change to improve it. Parents will be asked to comment on what they love about their children's school and the concerns that they have. Children will place a pin on the map to show where their school is located.
31-19Interactive activity.
Partners in Development Foundation- Hui Ho'omalu
Early Learning33-12We will be planting forget me not seeds with the children.
Play-Well TEKnologies
Children21-11Play-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 for builders as well as a free raffle for a LEGO set will be featured!
Prevent Child Abuse Hawaii
Early Learning33-7,8,9Fun craft activity and wheel of fortune game.
Prevent Suicide Hawaii Taskforce

Interactive activities to raise awareness and provide information regarding mental health and wellness, as well as suicide prevention. This will include concepts such as wellness/self-care strategies, suicide warning signs, community resources, and ways to support specific communities such as youth, LGBTQ+, military members and dependents, etc.

Read To Me International
15-17Make-and-take book-related activity for children, and information on the importance of reading to children. Bookmarks available.
​Saint Francis SchoolChildren15-5Arts and crafts 
Scream Run TellChildren21-20Come bring your Keiki down to the SRTell both and make cute little handprints. They're the perfect holiday present or wonderful keepsakes as your little one grows-up.
Seagull SchoolsChildren21-4The activity will be age appropriate, educational and easy to replicate at home!
​Shine Hawaii Productions/Talents 808Children
31-23,24*** Booth #1 : Painting interaction with Moms & Children and Photography ( mostly Stand up activities ) *** Booth #2 : Mix-Media Arts along with interactions wiyh Moms + Children ( need to sit down to do Art Projects )
St. Andrew's Schools AP Government and Politics
ChildrenTZ15-6Motivated to increase civic participation in our community, St. Andrew's Schools will host a voter registration/pre-registration booth for anyone over the age of 16. Those younger are welcome to sign a "Pledge" certificate pledging future civic participation.
State of Hawaii Office of Elections
21-23Introduce keiki to Hawaii's electoral process and provide general voter services to eligible attendees.
​Sui Wah SchoolChildren
31-9"Let's Learn Chinese Together" Participants will learn to speak, recognize, and write a simple word in Chinese.
Summit Media - Krater 96 + Power 1043 + Hawaiian105 KINE + KCCN
30,30AStop by the radio station tents to have fun in the Crayola Coloring Corner, Win Free prizes from Kraft and pick up free samples of Sunscreen, Candy, Movie Merchandise and More!
Surfrider Spirit Session
TZ15-5Have not decided on the interactive game yet but it will be fun.
Susan G. Komen HawaiiTeenTZ15-7Spin the Wheel to uncover important breast health facts. Test your memory. Answer a breast health question. Answer correctly and win a prize!
Tails of AlohaTeenTZ15-1We welcome everyone to come and interact with our certified therapy dogs and learn about how our visits to schools, libraries, nursing homes and hospital facilities positively impact the emotional, mental, and physical health of the people we visit. Find out what makes a good therapy animal and how we differ from service and emotional support animals.
The First Tee of HawaiiChildren21-1The First Tee of Hawaii will be offering a interactive golf hitting station. The Station will use with modified golf equipment that youth all ages and skill levels can explore hitting golf shots! Equipment used is used to offer golf in schools, after-school programs, and golf courses statewide.
The Queen's Medical Center: Keiki Car Seat Check-up
Department of Health
39Infant, toddler and booster seat inspection & 50 helmet giveaway
The Way to Happiness Foundation/ Youth for Human Rights
Raffle $50 Consolidated Theatres Card. Entry card for raffle will ask their favorite Human Right, and why. Audiovisual display of the 30 PSAs on Human Rights. Audiovisual display of 21 The Way to Happiness precepts. Interactive game with prizes in that booth.
U.S. Tennis Association
24Try tennis for FREE! Tennis is a healthy way to spend time outdoors and meet new friends. The U.S. Tennis Association runs the largest tennis lessons program in the state of Hawaii for both kids and adults. Racquets and balls are provided, so you simply have to show up and have fun!
UH School of Nursing and Dental Hygiene
Early Learning
33-11Dental Hygiene students, dental provider(s), dental hygiene faculty and support staff will be providing education on dental care. Dental supplies will be provided to all that participate
United Nations Association- Hawaii chapter
15-8The Sunflower project is a vision to see concerned citizens in every corner of the globe, who are concerned about nuclear armaments war to plant sunflowers in sunny places where it will be noticed. The sunflower became a symbol of peace and nuclear disarmament when defense ministers planted sunflowers where missiles once were buried. Sunflowers seeds detoxify nuclear waste in the soil. Youth will be asked to sign up to join UNA-Hawaii and plant sunflower seeds all over Oahu.
University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, Admissions
TZ15-13Stop by and visit your home state university, the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa! Win an "UHM-azing" prize at our "Spin the Wheel" game. Come, meet friendly Office of Admissions representatives, and learn about our unique university and the opportunities that await you! It's never to early to begin your college exploration journey. #makemanoayours
Volunteer Legal Services Hawaii
Children21-21Volunteer Legal Services Hawaii will set up a booth with games for kids and informational flyers for the community in regard to free civil legal services to for low-to-moderate income Hawaii residents.
Waimanalo Health Center
TZ4-3Financial Zone - WHC Community Services
Waimanalo Health Center
PG-13TZ1-4Teen Zone (13 - 18) - WHC Ku I Ka Mana Youth/Young Adult Services Program - Interactive Games on Health Education Topics, Program information dissemination and Family Planning Services (condom distribution). Department - Interactive Game on Health/Wellness/Insurance Coverage and information dissemination on Public Assistance Programs and Services.
Wet'n'Wild Hawaii
Children31-4We will provide promotions for birthday groups and other various promotions for group discounts. We will also have a spin the wheel activity where the children can have a chance at winning waterpark prizes.
YMCA Camp Erdman
Children21-13Booth - all of our Camp Erdman information from groups, summer camp, family camps, etc. Item giveaways. Our activity outside the tent is Gaga ball. A form of dodgeball that is played in a hexagon pit except you do not throw a ball, you hit the ball with hands and try to hit other players with the ball from the knee down to get them out. Last one standing wins.
YMCA of Honolulu
31-8The YMCA will be partnering with Key Club again this year. We will have kite making as our primary activity; and promoting healthy eating and active play.
Young Living
Children15-21Interactive display on how to live without chemicals. Showing how not to hurt our bodies or our coral reefs. Experience how this works and impacts our lives.

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