First Look: The New Aiea Public Library

Take a tour inside the new Aiea Public Library.

Take a tour inside the new Aiea Public Library.

Coming Soon: Nanakuli Public Library

Sketches and renderings of the new Nanakuli Public Library.

First Look: Amazing Adaptations at Waikiki Aquarium

Seahorses, pipefish and seadragons come to Waikiki.

T-Rex Planet at Windward Mall

We watch and ride prehistoric creatures.

7 Tips for the 50th State Fair - 2014

From shows to bathrooms, we have seven tips for families heading to the 50th State Fair.

Personalized Dish Towel for Mom

Every year I seem to get chicken-themed gifts from the kids, since we own chickens. This year, Isabella is making a dishtowel for me. She used a drawing from an art class as her outline and embellished it. She needed some help taping the drawing under the towel, but could do the rest on her own. Younger children will need a bit more help.


Make Your Own Colorful Piñatas for Cinco de Mayo

Celebrate Cinco de Mayo. Create festive, individual piñatas that can be used as decorations, or colorful treat holders for partygoers big and small.

Shake it Up - An Entertaining Cinco de Mayo Activity for the Kids



Wondering what to do with all of those left over plastic Easter eggs? With a few simple materials, your child can transform them into festive maracas. Perfect for a Cinco de Mayo celebration!

How to Make Sock Bunnies Using Orphaned Socks

We’ve got the perfect Easter décor solution using orphaned socks; so don’t throw those mate-less toe warmers away! Have the kids dig through their sock drawer, so you can whip up a batch of Easter bunnies.

Easter Bunny Rolls that Will Make Everyone Hoppy!

Use your favorite bread dough recipe or pick some up from the grocery store. With a few twists and sprinkles, you and your child can make delicious Easter Bunny Rolls that will have the whole family hopping for joy.

Cover Kids 2015

Your child could be on the cover of the next issue of Honolulu Family. Click here to learn how!

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