Pa‘ia Youth & Cultural Center

579-8354 •
Pa’ia Bay, Pa’ia

Free membership for youth at Pa’ia Youth & Cultural Center – Drop-In & Life Skills Programs Year-Round. Membership is FREE! • Ages 9–18

Tues.–Sat.: Check website or call for details
The PYCC is North Shore Maui’s home for bodyboarding, video, photography, 88.9FM RadiOpio, cooking, outdoor adventure, and the StoneWave Skate Park! We o er innovative life skills programs and a drop-in recreation center.

Boys & Girls Clubs of Maui

242-4363 •

Virtual Clubhouse Times • Open to All Maui
County Youth, Ages 9–17
Weekdays • 2pm–6pm

FREE! We are waiving club fees at this time. Spend your afternoons VIRTUALLY with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Maui!

Akamai Kids Club

808-893-0303 • 
100 Kulanihakoi St, Kihei 

Akamai Kids Club, Inc. (AKCI) is a student learning center committed to providing K through 5th-grade children a sound, secure, safe, and stable environment in which each child may achieve his or her potential. AKCI is where students (ages 5-12) are nurtured in a teacher-supervised environment to strive for academic excellence despite the challenges distance/online learning can present. 


Maui Huliau Foundation

808-757-2100 •

New Virtual Classrooms
In response to a growing need for distance learning, Maui Huliau Foundation and our program partners have launched two distance learning classrooms to support grade 8-12 teachers and students in the upcoming school year. Programs focusing on climate literacy and local ecosystems begin on August 10th. More information and registration can be found here on our website.

Fall Filmmaking Program
Our fall filmmaking program will be a hybrid of virtual meetings and in-person filming, and will focus on helping students in grades 7-12 create virtual field trips with partner organizations. The program will begin with virtual classes August 17th, 19th and 24th from 4-5:30pm, followed by virtual planning meetings and an on-site filming day with a limit of three students per film team. Apply by August 12th.

Youth Leadership Council
The Huliau Leadership Council is open to students in grades 9-12 from all Maui County schools who have an interest in environmental leadership. The program begins September 2nd with monthly virtual meetings from 4:30-6pm to plan environmental service and leadership projects. This year, one project will be a film series featuring youth perspectives on sustainability in a post-COVID world. Apply here by August 24th.

Tutu & Me Traveling Preschool

249-2430 •

Kahului, Upcountry, Kihei, and Lahaina
Early Childhood Education Program • Ages 0–5
Monday–Thursday • 8:30am–10:30am
Tutu and Me is a free early childhood program for children ages birth to five and their caregivers. Tutu and Me provide learning opportunities for children’s social, language/literacy, cognitive, physical, and emotional development. Virtual learning available and call 249-2430 for changes and updates.

East Maui Watershed Partnership

573-6999 •
Online Watershed Education • 3rd Grade–Adult

Year-Round by request • Weekdays
Let us bring the watershed to you with various online presentations and quizzes! Students will learn what a watershed is and why they are important. In-person hikes and volunteer service trips may be available, but subject to COVID-19 limitations.

Maui Hui Malama

808-244-5911 •
375 Mahalani Street, Wailuku

LIKO Program • Grades K-12
Academic Assistance for youth unable to meet educational goals within a normal educational setting. Students and families with health issues and needing to stay home due to COVID encouraged to apply. Students needing help with the GED or HISET program, long term suspension, teen parents, and homeschoolers needing additional tutoring. Applications open at on July 20, 2020.

Welcome Wednesdays: Early Intervention and Prevention • Grades K–5
Enrich learning skills through art, storytelling, and STEM in weekly online group activities. Opportunities to get one on one or small group homework assistance online. Registration opens at on July 20, 2020.

Pahono • Grades 6-12
One on one or small group tutoring for students in a current school system needing credit recovery assistance or assistance in the prevention of failing one or more classes.

Maui Center for Child Development

873-7700 • •
244 Papa Place, Suite 102, Kahului

Fun with Handwriting (Printing & Cursive)
Individual sessions often covered by insurance • All Ages
A fun and physical program by a trained Occupational Therapist that includes activities to strengthen the upper body, improve pencil grasp and learn to form letters more easily and legibly!

Motor Skills: Improve Coordination
Individual sessions often covered by insurance • All Ages
A fun and physical program by a trained Occupational Therapist to improve strength and coordination with an emphasis on teaching caregivers what they can do at home.

Sensory Processing
Individual sessions for kids and • All Ages
Occupational Therapist to address sensitivities to sounds, sights, touch, and picky eating. Strategies also for kids who are very active and have difficulty attending.

Social Skills: Learn Skills to be a Better Friend!
Individual and small groups • All Ages
Your child will develop strategies to listen, communicate, problem-solve, negotiate, and develop good sportsmanship with peers through FUN, facilitated activities!

Body Engine Program: Kids Learn to Self-Regulate!
Individual sessions • All Ages
Your child will learn about his/her “body engine” and learn strategies to self-calm and attend. This is particularly good for high activity children, sensitive children or low energy children and includes handouts for parents.

Behavior Management Strategies For Kids And Their Caregivers
Individual sessions • All Ages
Individualized sessions to work with your child and your family (siblings too!) to change challenging behavior patterns & create positive behavioral momentum! Sessions are customized and confidential.

Occupational Therapy for Kids & Families
Assessment, Treatment & Consultation for Home, School, and Community settings.

Na Keiki o Emalia

808-214-9832 • • Wailuku
Children/Teen Bereavement Program

Open-ended groups • Mon., Tues., or Thurs.
Classes depend on the age (3–18 years)
Free peer support group for keiki/teens 3–18 grieving the loss of a parent, sibling, ohana member, or close friend. Parent/s or adult care provider meet in their group at same time. Application and interview required. No drop-ins.


Note: Due to COVID-19, library programs may not be available. Contact your local library for updates.

Wailuku Public Library

251 High Street, Wailuku

Keiki Story Time
Every Wednesday • 10am
Babies, toddlers, and preschoolers accompanied by parent or caregiver. Join Auntie Tammy for fun stories, songs, action rhymes and simple crafts. Children, parents and caregivers hear stories, have fun, and meet new friends. Free.

Kihei Public Library

875-6833 •
35 Waimaha‘iha‘i St., Kihei

Preschool Storytime • Ages 3–5
Children’s Area • Fridays • 10:30am
Stories, songs, movement and crafts.

Toddler Storytime • Geared for Age 2
Children’s Area • Thursdays • 10:30am
Simple stories, songs, movement and crafts just right for toddlers.

Makawao Public Library

573-8785 •
1159 Makawao Ave., Makawao

Toddler Story Time • Ages 5 & Under
Every Thursday • 10am in the Children’s Area
Bring your keiki to enjoy stories, songs, and crafts — just right for ages 5 and under!

Children’s Chess Club • All Ages
Every First Monday • 3pm–4pm
All ages and levels welcome for relaxed chess play.

Family Movie Night • All Ages
Every Fourth Wednesday • 6pm
Join us for our monthly FREE movie and popcorn!

Kahului Public Library

873-3095 •
90 School St., Kahului

Keiki Storytime • Preschool
Children’s Area • Saturdays • 10:30am
Nurture your child with the love of reading by attending a storytime session!