29 Ways to Have Fun With Your Keiki This Week, May 24-30, 2016!

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TuesdayMay 24, 2016

1. Listen to a Story at the Library

2. Enjoy a $6 Movie at Ward Village

3. Check Out Keiki Play Morning

4. Enjoy Music and Movement at Baby Awearness

wednesdayMay 25, 2016

5. Take a Stroller Strides Evening Class with Your Kids!

6. Watch The Movie Ratatouille in Hawaii Kai

7. Afternoons at the Waikiki Aquarium

8. Hula + Make Crafts at Keiki Wednesdays

9. Create Art in the Park

10. Enjoy Toddler Time at Kahala Mall

11. Listen to a Story Time + Make Craft

12. Check Out a Local Farmers Market

13. FREE! Watch Hotel Transylvania 2

thursdayMay 26, 2016

14. Enjoy PreSchool Story Time

15. Take a Sweet Journey at the Bishop Museum

16. Enjoy the Sky Tonight Planetarium Show

17. Behind the Scenes Aquarium Tour

18. Check Out a Local Farmers Market

19. FREE Hula Classes at Ward Village

fridayMay 27, 2016

saturdayMay 28, 2016

23. Enjoy “Our Great Backyard?” Story Time!

24. Take a FREE Trial Stroller Barre Class at Kahala Community Park

25. Check Out the Hello from Japan Exhibit

26. Shop at the Kakaako Farmers Market

sundayMay 29, 2016

27. Take the Entire Family Fishing!

28. Visit the Spalding House Museum

mondayMay 30, 2016

29. Create at the Art Explorium (Open Studio)

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Takara Bullock
Takara Bullock

Takara is a wife, mother-of-three, and owner of FIT4MOM Honolulu Owner who has lived in Hawaii for seven years. Before Hawaii, she resided in Japan for six years where she researched as a Fulbright Fellow and later worked as a headhunter recruiting talent in the tech industry. Fun Little Ohana is all about ‘momming’ in Hawaii. Subscribe to our weekly email for the latest happenings on the island.

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