Pacific Whale Foundation
249-8811, ext. 1
Moonlight Tidepool Exploration
South Maui Tidepool
May 8th & 9th, June 8th
Ages 6 and over
Pacific Whale Foundation’s marine educators invite the public to meet some of the fascinating creatures that roam Hawaii’s tidepools at night during our Moonlight Tidepool Explorations at a South Maui tidepool.
Coral Reef Information Station at Ulua Beach
Pacific Whale Foundation’s free Coral Reef Information Station at Ulua Beach in Wailea is staffed by an expert marine naturalist who helps you learn about the fish and marine wildlife that you’ll see while snorkeling at this popular reef. Free use of fish i.d. cards and reference books. Open 8 am to 11:30 am.
Health Education Classes 242-1608
Kaiser Permanente, Maui Lani Medical Office
1st Friday of each month, 6-8 p.m.
Expectant mothers, fathers, family and significant others learn the benefits of breastfeeding, how it works, how to support the new mother and more!
Fee: $25 Kaiser Permanente members/ $35 non-members (pay instructor directly) Registration: email email@example.com
Discoveries of Infancy
May 29, 5-7 p.m.
This class looks at early learning development in children ages 0-1 and how parents can support it. Free. Leia Snyder, PATCH Trainer
Health, Safety, and Nutrition
June 5, 5-7 p.m.
We will discuss health, safety, and nutrition issues encountered as you are raising your infant/toddler and how to handle them. You will learn what sanitation and safety practices are absolutely necessary as well as their nutritional needs and how to introduce them to a variety of foods. Free. Leia Snyder, PATCH Trainer
Intro to Infant/ Toddler Care
May 5, 5-7 p.m.
Learn tips on how to set up your home so that it’s healthy and safe, yet stimulates your child to move, explore and experiment. We’ll also discuss how to recognize a quality environment in infant/toddler programs when looking for child care for your child. Free. Leia Snyder, PATCH Trainer
It’s Not Just Routine
June 12, 5:45-7:45 p.m.
We’ll take a look at developmentally appropriate feeding, diapering, and toileting routines. Free. Leia Snyder, PATCH Trainer
UHMC/OCET/EdVenture’s College for Kids 984-3231
Laulima Building, UHMC
College for Kids/College Bound
Video Games from SCRATCH!
June 7, Sat, 9:00-11:00am
Are you interested in designing video games? Curious about how computer games are programmed? Learn what good game design is, how to program simple video games with animation, use existing characters, modify program details. Focus: backgrounds, sprites, motion and sound. $39
How to Be a Great Babysitter!
June 14, Sat, 9:00-11:00am,
Always be prepared with fun activities, a good attitude and imagination! Learn Basic First Aid for infants and youngsters, tips on child care, safety precautions and what to charge for your services • $39 + $5 Materials Fee
Personal Best: The Short Course—Notetaking for any Subject and Study Tips the Best Students Use
July 12, Sat, 9:00am-1:00pm
Learn different ways of taking notes, organizing projects and how to study for any subject. Different materials per grade level • $75 + $10 Materials Fee
Beautiful Informed Beginnings LLC 808-283-7139
Breast Feeding Education
Participants learn how the lactation system works, how to breast feed,
benefits, and how to support the nursing mother, and more. Expectant families and anyone providing post partum support for newborn and mother. Call or email for private or group class schedules. Pre-registration Required
Certified Lamaze Childbirth Education
Participants gain strength. Expectant families gain information
about Comfort measures, coping skills and techniques to handle labour and birth. Call or email for private or group class schedules. Pre-registration Required.
Tutoring Services LLC 879-6638
Tutoring Services LLC strives to “Build a Strong Foundation” for your child. Courses are designed to fit your child’s academic needs. One child per session provides a quiet learning environment for your child to focus and achieve success! We provide quality, individualized attention with experienced teachers!
Maui Math Tutoring, 385-3598
Math Tutoring with Jasmine Doan
Private math tutoring with Jasmine Doan. Jasmine has over six years of experience, coaching and tutoring math to elementary, middle, and high school students. She has been recognized locally and nationally for her achievements.
Haku Baldwin Center 572-9129
Classes for preschool, elementary and special education (by appointment only). Group sizes (6 to 25)
Humane animal education classes and tour weekly. Enjoy interacting with our animals while learning about the needs and responsibilities of taking care of dogs, cats, rabbits, guinea pigs, chickens, ducks, and horses. Students, parents, aides and educators welcome.
Ocean LightForce Chiropractic-Maui
Free Keiki Chiropractic Clinic
180 Dickenson St. #205
April 12, May10, June14, July 12
Second Saturday of each month
Birth to age 17
To make sure your Keiki have the opportunity to grow up with full integration of their nerve system, we offer a Free Keiki Clinic open to all Maui children on the second Saturday of each month from 12-1pm..bring your children for Gentle adjustments.
Maui Family Guidance Center/ State of Hawaii/ Dept. of Health Dr. Virginia Shaw 243-1252
Children’s Mental Health
Monday thru Friday
7:45a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
All year long, Ages 3-20
Do you have a child with an emotional or behavioral challenge? We provide services to support children and youth with mental health needs.
Child and Family Services 877-6888
24-hour hotline 873-8264
Maui Sexual Assault Center
392 N. Market Street, Wailuku
The Maui Sexual Assault Center (MSAC), a program of Child & Family Service, offers a continuum of free services to children, youth, adults and families that have been affected by sexual violence in Maui County. We provide crisis intervention and outreach, support, education and clinical therapy to victims and their families.
ASCA 808 215 9240
Adult Survivors of Child Abuse Support Group
Wailuku. Location disclosed once survivor signs up via the website.
Weekly – Ongoing
7pm to 8pm
18 and up
The purpose of ASCA meetings is to allow survivors to share their abuse and recovery experiences, receive peer support, try out new behaviors and better understand themselves and their recovery process. SURVIVORS ONLY.
Maui Center for Child Development 873-7700
244 Papa Place, Suite 102
Fun with Handwriting Class (Printing & Cursive)
6-Week Series At 1x/Week
A FUN & physical program by a trained Occupational Therapist. Includes fun activities to strengthen upper body, improve pencil grasp and learn to form letters more easily and legibly! Some Insurances Accepted
Social Skills Groups: Learn Skills to be a Better Friend!
4-Week Series 1x/Week
Grades K-2 / 3-5
Your child will develop strategies to listen, communicate, problem solve, negotiate and develop good sportsmanship with peers through FUN, facilitated group activities by a therapist.
“Body Engine Program”
Kids Learn to Self- Regulate!
4-6 Week Series At 1x/Week
Grades K-2 / 3-5
Class to help kids learn about their “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!
1-2 Hour Sessions In Home Or
Individualized sessions with a Behavioral Specialist to work with child and family (siblings too!) to change challenging behavior patterns & create positive behavioral momentum! Sessions are customized and confidential.
Based on “Sibshops” and run by a Behavioral Specialist. These are classes that are aimed at building a stronger relationship between siblings through fun, physical and team building activities.
Coping Skills for Children of Separation/ Divorce
5 Session Series, 1x/Week
A fun and effective program by a trained pediatric Clinical Social Worker to help children learn coping skills through a curriculum and specific child-oriented activities. Workbook material and strategies given to parents as well! Some Insurances Accepted
Individual Therapies for Kids & Families
Assessment, Treatment & Consultation
Some Insurances Accepted
Kihei Public Library 875-6833
Summer Reading Program
Kihei Public Library
June 3 – July 12, 2014
Tuesdays – Saturdays
Tuesdays 12-8, Wednesdays – Saturdays 10-5
ALL AGES! birth – senior citizen
Summer Reading Program! All public libraries welcome you to join the
Summer Reading Program where children, teens and adults can receive
small prizes for reading throughout the summer. FREE! Contact your
library for details and other fun programs.
Last Tuesday of Month, 7:00 p.m.
Wear your PJs and fuzzy slippers, grab your teddy bear!
Friday, 10:30 a.m.
Stories, songs, movement and crafts.
Thursday, 10:30 a.m.
Especially for two year olds.
Simple stories, songs, movement and crafts just right for toddlers.
Kahului Public Library 873-3095
Kahului Library Children’s Area
Saturdays, 10:30 am
Nurture your child with the love of reading by attending a storytime session!
Wailuku Public Library 243-5766
Keiki Story Time
251 High Street, Wailuku
Every Wednesday, 10:00 am
Babies, toddlers and preschoolers accompanied by parent or caregiver. Join Auntie Tammy every Wednesday at 10 am for fun stories, songs, action rhymes and simple crafts. Children, parents and caregivers hear stories, have fun, and meet new friends. Free.
Makawao Public Library
1159 Makawao Ave, Makawao
Summer Reading Program
at Makawao Public Library will start on May 27 and ends on July 12, 2014. Program is open to Infants to Adults. Weekly incentives are given to all participants while supply last.
Toddler Story Time: Auntie Ninfa
Every Thursday of the month at 10 a.m. in the Children’s Area.
Read aloud, simple crafts, songs and finger plays.
Children’s Chess Club
The first Monday of every month from 3:00-4:30 pm.
Maui Live Poets Society
Poetry Readings for ages 12 and up. The third Wed.nesday of every month at 6:30 p.m.
Education Therapy 893-0590
Intensive math, reading & writing programs that utilize the best multi-sensory programs. Pre and post testing used to assess your child’s current level and to measure your child’s progress. Homeschooling, private school and SAT test preparation available. No child left behind Provider.
The Learning Center of Maui 873-6217
Certified teachers work with students in grades Preschool-12th.
33 Lono Ave. Suite 220, Kahului
From starting kindergarten to preparing for college, we have specialized Reading Readiness, SAT and private school entrance exam prep to help your student gain the confidence and knowledge they need to be successful.
Homework Club Power Hour
Monday-Friday the entire school year
2:30, 3:30, 4:30
Middle School and High School
The Learning Center of Maui will be conducting daily homework support tutoring sessions as a Homework Club. The main goal of the homework club is to instill good work habits, organizational skills, and a sense of accomplishment in every student. Common Core Standards will be at the heart of Homework Club Power Hour. Grouping students by grade and allowing them more interaction between each other when possible.
Hui Malama Learning Center 244-5911
375 Mahalani Street, Wailuku
Open enrollment for Middle School and High School throughout the school year. GED classes are year-round. New affordable tuition rates and tuition assistance available. GED Program: Career Development / Life Skills / College Prep.
Tutu and Me Traveling Preschool 249-2430
Early Childhood Education Program
Kahului, Upcountry, Kihei, and Lahaina
8:30am – 10:30am
Age 0-5 years old
Tutu and Me is a free early childhood program for children ages birth to five and their caregivers. Tutu and Me provides learning opportunities for children’s social, language/literacy, cognitive, physical, and emotional development.
Open Minds Learning Center 280-0535
Monday thru Saturday
All ages / All levels
A practice specializing in Reading/Writing/Math for typical learners and learners with differences. We focus on learning styles, strengths and weaknesses, while rehabilitating your child’s confidence and enjoyment of learning.
West Maui Mountains Watershed Partnership 661-6600
Waihe’e Ridge Trail
Ongoing or by request
Help remove strawberry guava along the trail and stop the spread of this aggressive weed. This informative volunteer trip is a way to learn about the watershed and effects of invasive plants. Call to sign up for public trips or gather your community/school group to schedule your own.
East Maui Watershed Partnership 573-6999
What’s in a Watershed?
Your classroom or our watershed Ongoing or by request
Let us come into your classroom and bring our watershed to you. Students will learn hands on where their water comes from and why watersheds are important. Hikes into the watershed also available by request.
Maui AIDS Foundation 242-4900
FREE, anonymous & confidential 20 minute HIV oral swab
Testing sites Island wide: Lahaina, Kihei, Hali’imaile & Hana
Wailuku Free Rapid HIV & HCV (Hep C) testing Mon- Fri.
Young adults and teens, under the age of 30, continue to be at risk, with those between the ages of 13 and 29 accounting for 34% of new HIV infections. There were an estimated 11,200 new HIV infections among women in the United States. Women comprised 51% of the US population and 23% of those newly infected with HIV. KNOWLEDGE IS POWER…KNOW YOUR STATUS.
Maui Economic Opportunity’s Head Start 249-2988
Maui Economic Opportunity’s Head Start continues to accept applications for the 2014 school year. Head Start is a federal program that provides Early Childhood development services to families that meet the federal poverty guidelines and selection criteria. Children who turned 3 or 4 yrs. by July 31, 2013 are eligible for enrollment. MEO Kahi Kamali`i Infant and Toddler Center is accepting applications for children aged 12 months – 3 years. Services are provided at the Central Maui location behind the J. Walter Cameron Center. Scholarships may be available for income eligible families.