Need some help getting around? Look for our Information Booths with our friendly volunteers ready to assist you on bathrooms, directions, security, booth activities, lost & found and other general inquires.
We have 1,000 kalo huli of different verities coming from Oahu and Maui to share with Keiki and help us celebrate Farm to School Month in Hawaii during Children and Youth Day! We will be giving-away free kalo huli at the Farm to School Zone with CTAHR Master Gardeners and Farm to School Hui partners for the third year. Folks can RESERVE FREE KALO HULI ONLINE.
We highly recommend carpooling, catching the city bus or even cycling! When parking, a variety of options for both free and paid parking are available. Click here to see your options.
Taking in all that Children and Youth Day has to offer builds a healthy appetite! Visit Punchbowl Street for an assortment of local food trucks and vendors! Portion of proceeds also benefit Children and Youth Day!
Kokua Hawaii Foundation's Water Dispenser
Go plastic-free by bringing your own water bottle! CYD promotes being eco-friendly with Kokua Hawaii Foundation’s steel water refill station to provide free, filtered water. Visit the water stations at 5A, Iolani Palace grounds by the Barracks and on Kalanimoku grounds on pathway between Kalanimoku and Honolulu Hale buildings.
Four stages provide all day fun with music, dance performances, special guests and surprises! You'll want to check out the Stage Schedule. and plan your day!
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Map Your Day
Check out the sitemap to know all the cool outdoor activities! From Archery, Soccer, Climbing Wall, Fencing, Bouncers, Hawaiian cultural activities and more!
With more than 140+ organization booths, tents and indoor and outdoor activities, there is no end to what keiki and you can do! Prefer to organize your day versus cruising? Check out each booth interactive activity.