Find the right fit for your child this summer in more than 70 programs, camps and more in our 2016 Summer Programs Guide.
Congratulations to all our entries for 2013!
Discover the mysteries of the oceans and atmosphere with NOAA. Special attractions include Humpback National Marine Sanctuary, Pacific Services Center, Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument, and the National Weather Service!
Lego Enthusiasts of Hawai‘i will create Lego masterpieces on display in the theatre rotunda. Face painting, balloon animals, Keiki ID and more! Smurf yourself with activities inspired by the upcoming summer hit The Smurfs.
Take a photo as Malama, the Storm Water Management mascot, and learn about how to keep our water clean. Activities from Sea Life Park!
Gift With Purchase!
Shop at any store, restaurant or theatres and receive Suddenly Giant Fish Eggs, presented by Thinker Things. Present $50 in same-day Kahala Mall receipts. Redemption is 10am–2pm at the kiosk between Kahala Kids and Zales, while supplies last.
One gift per person and only while supplies last. Present your same-day Kahala Mall receipts on Saturday, July 16, 2011 from 10am–2pm only. Limit two receipts per store. No rainchecks or substitutions. Additional restrictions may apply.
NOAA Hawaii Island Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary •
NOAA Pacific Services Center • NOAA National Weather Service •
NOAA Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument • Keiki ID •
Sea Life Park • LEAHI-Lego Enthusiasts of Hawaii •
Storm Water Management Program • The Smurf movie • Toyota Hawaii
The new play area is about to open at Windward Mall. Your child could be among the first to try it out, plus win train tickets and more.
(Sponsored) Mahalo to everyone who entered the Ultimate Mother’s Day Gift contest.
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