Join the 14th Annual Celebration of Fathers

This Saturday, June 12 from 9 am-12 pm at the Baldwin High School parking lot, Maui Family Support Services will be hosting the 14th Annual Celebration of Fathers. This not-to-miss drive-through event will have resources, take-home activities for the kids, plus prizes and giveaways. Many community members and nonprofits will be there to share their support for Maui families.

Visit the Maui Ocean Center

The Maui Ocean Center recently launched Ocean Aloha, an island-based marine conservation program to educate visitors and residents on the importance of caring for our natural resources for future generations. The Ocean Aloha programming will run June 15 through September 6, 2021. Lauwai, located at the center of the park, will be dedicated to keiki (children), kindergarten through 5th grade. Keiki can pop in any time of day and watch a myriad of marine conservation entertainment via the giant monitor. Shows include the ever-popular Octonauts ® and sustainable tips by our featured 8-year-old Maui Keiki Ocean Aloha Ambassadors, Imani and Liam. In addition, Hawaiian Cultural Advisor, Dane Maxwell, presents the Ocean Education Classroom featuring Hawaiian words, keiki hula, marine-themed at-home crafts, stories, and more. Parents must accompany their keiki at all times and space is based on availability.  Ongoing daily from 9 am to 5 pm.

Discover new music at Record Store Day

Does your kid love music? On Saturday, June 12 starting at 10am take them to Record Store Day at Requests Music in Wailuku and show them the world before iPhones, Shazam, and Spotify. Every year, record stores around the world celebrate independent record stores and the culture that surrounds them. With musical performances, new vinyl drops, and an atmosphere that embraces local, Record Store Day is a great way to show your keiki an appreciation for music beyond their latest download.

Be a steward

On Saturday, June 12th from 9 am – 11 am, Mālamalama Sustainability Center is hosting family-friendly steward day and keiki ages 5 and up are welcome to learn and steward alongside their parents. The ask that all stewards come with shoes you can get dirty, hat and sunscreen, water bottle, and gloves. Enjoy a smoothie from the fruit of this `āina and other refreshments at the end of the steward day.