Aloha Friday! For public schools, today marks the end of the 1st Quarter. Teachers, parents, and kids all deserve a pat on the back for making it through distance learning. Today, we share some announcements we have received this week.

Adopt a Goat

Surfing Goat Dairy now allows you to “adopt” one of their hardworking milking mamas! The milking goats adopted will stay on the farm to continue milking for the farm. When you have adopted a goat, you will be able to change the name of your goat if you choose to. Your adoption will last 5 years and you will also receive 4 award-winning cheese every 6 months or 4 free casual tours. The adoption of one of the milking goats will have a $1000 one time or two partial payments of $500 to help cover feed & water expenses, as well as help save the farm and employees’ jobs. To see what girls are available for adoption, please visit:…/adopt-a-goat or call 808-878-2870.

Support Your Keiki

Parents for Public Schools of Hawai‘i invites you to join virtually on Saturday, October 3, 2020, for their Annual Meeting, featuring guest speakers Lieutenant Governor of Hawai’i, Dr. Josh Green, UH Hilo Professor Dr. Margary Martin, Jarrett Middle School Principal, Dr. Reid Kuba and Deborah Bond-Upson of LearningBond. To address the special challenges for families during COIVD, the panel will speak on: health and safety, social-emotional learning needs, digital learning, effectiveness, and equality.

Enjoy Carnival Food

The Kulamalu Food Truck Pod is offering a free admission Food Truck Carnival with sweets, treats, and delicious grinds from local vendors.

Get Fit

FIT4MOM Maui is opening classes in Kihei! Join them for their grand opening Oct 7 at 7:30 AM. If you’ve been interested in checking out a stroller-friendly, social distance, fitness class, and mom group, here’s your chance! This is a great fitness option for any mom looking to move their bodies, without having to hire a sitter or go to a gym.

Seabury Saturdays

Discover Seabury Hall’s rich program offering of academics, arts, athletics, and student life during a series of small admissions events. The program launches Saturday, Oct 3rd, and will include a deeper look at each weekʻs program focus including the Seabury Hall experience, STEM, the arts, and academics include the AP Program. Families may sign up for one session based on their area of interest. Space is very limited and requires a reservation by calling 572-7235 or emailing

Animal Dance Party

Girl Scouts of Hawaii invites girls and their parents to two upcoming virtual recruitment events. The interactive meetings offer girls the chance to gain new skills and make new friends in a fun and safe environment, while parents and caregivers learn more about Girl Scouts programs. The online events are free and open to all girls in Kindergarten through 3rd grade:

• 9:30 to 10:15 a.m., Oct. 3 — Girl Scouts of Hawai’i Animal Dance Party. Girl Scout leaders will highlight and explain the differences and characteristics of various animal species through creative dance movements. Register for free at

• 9:30 to 10:15 a.m., Oct. 17 — Girl Scouts of Hawai’i Robot Building Party. Girl Scout educators will teach participants about robots and help with building a robot virtually. Register for free at  

For more information, contact Jheanelle Garvida, membership and recruitment specialist at the Girl Scouts of Hawai’i, at (808) 595-8400 or