If you haven’t signed up for fall break camps yet, now is the time! We rounded up offerings island-wide.
To learn more about Citizen Science Adventure Camp, visit learningendeavors.org/events.
Pacific Whale Foundation Ocean Camp
808-249-8811 • Pacificwhale.org/education
October 11-15 M-F • 1st through 5th grade
Discovery Center Classrooms in Ma’alaea
Ocean Camp offers fun, adventure, and learning for children entering or currently enrolled in grades 2-5. Campers learn about the ocean and Maui’s natural environment while developing new skills and making new friends. Each week centers around a unique ocean-related theme, and every day includes hands-on science lessons, team-building games, expressive crafts, and a 5-hour private snorkel trip on a PacWhale Eco-Adventures vessel. For more information, visit pacificwhale.org/education/ocean-camp.
Fall Camp Kaluanui at Hui No’eau
October 11-15 • Monday-Friday • 9:00 am – 2:00 pm
2841 Baldwin Avenue, Makawao
Camp Kaluanui offers a diverse visual arts curriculum geared to exercise imaginations, keep the body active, and develop individual self-expression and creativity! Each day offers hands-on projects and a variety of art materials to explore! Visit huinoeau.com to view classes and register—or register by phone at (808) 572-6560.
Lahaina Quest Culture Camp
Lahaina Restoration Foundation
October 11-15 • 9am-2pm• Ages 8-10
120 Dickenson St., Lahaina, HI 96761
Each day, campers will explore a different era of Lahaina’s history by creating take home crafts, making and tasting foods from the cultures that make Hawaii special, visiting historic sites/museums, and playing games from the past. For more information, visit lahainarestoration.org/lahaina-quest
Theater Theater Maui
Lahaina Cannery Mall (details provided upon registration).
Monday, October 11th through Friday, October 15th.
Fall into fun and storytelling with Mrs. Kathleen and Mr. Francis for Camp Crazy Tales Fall Break Camps. Play drama games, do crafts, move to music, act out stories, and have a lot of fun. Camp will culminate with a short, filmed performance to be shared with families!” For more information, visit ttmwestmaui.org.