Queen Ka’ahumanu Center announces Summer Giant Game-Me-On Activities

Queen Ka‘ahumanu Center announces Summer Giant Game-Me-On Activities

 Queen Ka‘ahumanu Center (QKC) will celebrate summer with its Hello Summer! program for the months of June, July and August, which includes giant games every Monday and Thursday from 12 noon to 4 pm, commencing June 4.

Keiki to kupuna are welcome to play with giant chess and checker games in Center Court. Participants must be 6 years or older. There are no reservations required. A 30 minute time limit is requested for each game, with exception of chess. In fairness to all, giant games are limited to one game per person should others be waiting.

“QKC is about creating fun memories”, says Toni Rojas, Marketing Director. “These giant games give us a chance to put our screens down and socialize with friends and family”, says Rojas.

For more information, visit queenkahumanucenter.com or stop by the QKC Guest Services desk.

Queen Ka‘ahumanu Center announces Summer Bingo-A-Go-Go!

Queen Ka‘ahumanu Center (QKC) will celebrate summer with its Hello Summer! program for the months of June, July and August, which includes Bingo-A-Go-Go every Tuesday, commencing June 5 from 5pm to 7pm.

All the bingo games are free and the public is welcome to bring their own bingo daubers. Participants must be 12 years or older. There are no reservations and seating is based on a first-come, first served basis. Chair holds, personal chairs and food/beverage are not permitted. Our friends at Blue Zones Project and Maui Minyo Kai will be alternating as the bingo callers with door prizes and great prizes for the winners.

“We are so excited to bring this popular game to QKC this summer”, says Toni Rojas, Marketing Director.

“There will be lots of fun and great prizes with our entertaining Master of Ceremonies”, says Rojas.

Due to Blue Zones Project Bingo, Blue Zones Fridays that are regularly scheduled the 2nd Friday of the month will be on hiatus commencing June, returning in September.

For more information and bingo rules, visit queenkahumanucenter.com or stop by the QKC Guest Services desk.

Queen Ka‘ahumanu Center announces Summer Read-A-Palooza Keiki Program

 

Queen Ka‘ahumanu Center (QKC) will celebrate summer with its Hello Summer! program for the months of June, July and August, which includes a keiki program, Read-A-Palooza, every Monday from 10am to 11am.

Keiki zero to 12 years of age are welcome to join Mrs Readaloud at the QKC Center Court for reading time. Mrs Readaloud will select a weekly book theme. Following reading, the keiki will line up for a colorful procession to the Maui Friends of the Library where they will select their own free book to take home. Keiki are welcome every week and must stay for the reading to receive their free book. In addition, Maui Friends of the Library will be offering 50% off all children’s books (with exception of new Hawaiiana category) on Mondays only, from June 4 through September 24, 2018.

“Reading supports the development of our keiki’s mind, language and listening skills”, says Toni Rojas, Marketing Director. “We have created a fun way to support the continuity of reading through the summer”, says Rojas.

The event is sponsored in part by Imua Family Services Pre-School and Maui Friends of the Library, in conjunction with Queen Ka’ahumanu Center.

For more information, visit queenkahumanucenter.com or stop by the QKC Guest Services desk.

About Queen Ka‘ahumanu Center

Award-winning Queen Ka‘ahumanu Center (QKC) is Maui’s largest regional shopping center with more than 100 national and island-style stores, restaurants and entertainment attractions. QKC is home to the island’s only department stores, Macy’s and Sears, along with favorite national brands such as Victoria’s Secret and Bath & Body Works. Hosting more than 300 community events and promotions annually, QKC provides year-round entertainment for families with the all-digital, six-screen Ka‘ahumanu Theatre. Maui’s Lifestyle Shopping for Generations, Queen Ka‘ahumanu Center has served as the island’s town square since 1972. For more information, visit www.queenkahumanucenter.com.