40 Ways to Have Family Fun This Week, August 25-31, 2015

[dropcap]A[/dropcap]loha guys! Here’s this week’s Island Fun RoundUp! This list is curated weekly by Fun Little Ohana and is focused on family fun happenings on Oahu.  We check 50+ print and online sources to bring you the top happenings every week. If you’d like this emailed to you every Tuesday morning, join our awesome group of 400+ subscribers! Enjoy!

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Tuesday

August 25, 2015

1. Playtime in the Park

2. Combine World Music & Art

3. Learn Baby Hula

4. Make Jewelry

wednesday

August 26, 2015

5. Watch “Lilo & Stitch”

6. Enjoy “Afternoons at the Aquarium”

7. Create Art in the Park

8. Have Toddler Time “Sea Life Park”

thursday

August 27, 2015

9. Watch “Ratatouille”

10. Travel the World Through Art

11. Listen to a Story

12. Enjoy Stortytime & Craft

13. Take a “Behind the Scenes Aquarium” Tour

friday

August 28, 2015

14. Enjoy “Family Night at the Aquarium”

15. Eat the Stree “The Best of”

16. Mele at the Moana Surfrider

17. Honolulu Museum of Art: ArtafterDark

18. Watch Maunakea: Between Earth & Sky

19. Listen to Royal Hawaiian Band

20. Art Night at Kroc Center

21. Enjoy Alice Anime Style

22. Have A Parent’s Night Out

saturday

August 29, 2015

23. Make a Pizza!

24. Listen to “Little Blue Truck’s Beep Along Book”

25. Get Some S.T.E.A.M

26. Create a Pet Shrimp Aquarium

27. Enjoy a Crafting Party

28. Buy Amazing Books

29. Enjoy the Hawaii Greek Festival

30. Twilight Fun at the Water Park

31. Turn Your Plants into Paper!

32. Create a Pebble Garden

33. Help Clean Up the Pouhala Marsh

sunday

August 30, 2015

34. Create Cute Felted Animals

35. Watch a Polo Match

36. Enjoy Fish Catch &  Release

mondayAugust 31, 2015

37. Eat $1.31 Scoops of Ice Cream

38. Open Art Studio

39. ITrampoline Preschool Stretch

40. Meet Bungie the Clown

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Written by 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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