Craft Bazaar Market Saturdays, 8 am to noon Kiopaa Street in Pukalani, across from Longs Drugs in the Grace Church parking lot. Christmas gifts and crafts Admission: Free Contact: Neil Coshever, 283-3257 [email protected] 2nd Annual Made in Maui County Festival Saturday, November 4 1:30 pm to 6 pm. and November[Read more]
It’s about that time… time for caramel apples, pumpkin picking and dress up fun! Here are the Halloween Happenings around Maui for you and your keiki. The Keiki Halloween Playhouse October 24 – 31st October 24th through Halloween get $2.00 off admission when dressed in your Halloween Costume at The Keiki[Read more]
Open House dates for Maui Schools. Make your reservations to attend and visit the school and learn about their curriculum.
10th Annual Maui Children and Youth Day 879-8698 Kenolio Recreational Center in Kihei Saturday, October 22nd 4:00 PM – 8:00 PM Free and fun family event. Enjoy crafts “to make and take,” games to delight, entertainment by talented youth, taiko drumming, demonstrations, giveaways, keiki ID and more. Haku Baldwin Center[Read more]
The 10th Annual Maui Children and Youth Day celebrating families with keiki from pre-school through middle school is just around the corner. Maui Children and Youth Day is a free, fun, family event co-sponsored by Kihei Youth Center and held at Kenolio Recreational Center in Kihei on Saturday, October 22nd[Read more]
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 23RD // 9AM–3PM 444 MAKAWAO AVE. Our Fall Harvest Festival is back and you and the entire ohana are invited! Join us for an exciting day of family-filled FUN! The fun includes Pony Rides, Petting Zoo, Games, Arts & Crafts, Farmers Market, Craft Fair, Silent Auction, Bake Sale,[Read more]
If you would like to throw your own Halloween party, here are a few kid-friendly and budget-friendly ideas for your celebration: Create a fun Halloween music list. Some kid-friendly ideas include “The Monster Mash,” “Thriller,” “I Put A Spell On You,” “Ghostbusters” theme song, “Love Potion Number 9,” “Flying Purple[Read more]
Unintentional injuries claim close to 300 lives every month in the United States – and that’s just for children under the age of four. Although these years can be the most precious for parents because of a toddler’s unceasing desire for discovery, there are inherent dangers around the house which[Read more]