EVERY THURSDAY | Kid-Friendly Happenings Daily Calendar

Aloha guys! Here’s a roundup of kid-friendly events and family happenings regularly occurring on Thursdays. This list is curated and maintained by Fun Little Ohana on an weekly basis and is focused on finding and sharing family-fun and kid-friendly happenings on Oahu.  We check 50+ print and online sources to bring you the top happenings every week. If you’d like a weekly roundup emailed to you every Tuesday morning, join our awesome group of 1000+ subscribers! Enjoy!


1. FREE Hula Classes at Ward Village

HulaGirl

Details: Learn the art of the hula every Thursday at the Ward Warehouse Amphitheater.

Classes are free and open to the public. 5-6pm:  Beginners
6-7pm:  Intermediate / Advanced   Classes run through Thursday, December 8, 2016

Halau Aloha O Haili under the direction of Kumu Hula Germaine Haili.  For more information contact Germaine at eharunner@aol.com.

Link: http://www.wardvillageshops.com/event/free-hula-classes/2145415178


2.  The Sky Tonight Planetarium Show

sky tonight planetarium show

Explore the current evening sky in Hawai‘i under the guidance of a planetarium presenter. You’ll get a star map (yours to take home!) to help find tonight’s constellations and planets.
30 min – J. Watumull Planetarium – No Late Seating

When: Every Morning at 11AM

Where: The Bishop Museum

1525 Bernice St, Honolulu, HI 96817

Link: http://www.bishopmuseum.org/visitors/dailyschedule.html


 

3. Once Upon a Story at The Children’s Discovery Center

once upon a story children's discovery center

Introduce your child to books and the love of reading at our fun and educational storytimes. Join us every Thursday from 10:30-11:00 in Lynne’s Library as we jump into a story and visit another time and place. Free with Center admission or Membership.

Link: http://discoverycenterhawaii.org/kids.html


4. Behind the Scenes Tour at Waikiki Aquarium

Every Thursday, 3:00 p.m.

behind the scenes tour waikiki aquarium

Learn what makes the Aquarium run, from fish food to quarantine, and many stops in between. Climb-up and peer into the backs of the exhibits. Visit the Coral Farm and the Jelly Hale, where sea jellies are raised. Minimum age 7 years; youngsters must be accompanied by an adult. Accessibility is limited. $16/adult, $10/child (Members receive a 40 percent discount).

Link: http://www.waikikiaquarium.org/interact/activities-classes/behind-the-scenes/


 

5. PreSchool Storytime at Kaneohe Public Library 10:30AM

EVERY WEEK | 25+ Story Times on Oahu to Enjoy with Your Kids (Updated)

 Pearl City Public Library, Story Time 9:30AM

 Hawaii Kai Public Library, Story Time 10AM

 Kahuku School & Public Library, Story Time 10AM

 Waimanalo Public & School Library, Story Time 10:15AM

 Hawaii Children’s Discovery Center,  Once Upon a Story 10:30AM

 Aina Haina Public Library, PreSchool Story Time + Craft 10:30AM

 Kaneohe Public Library, PreSchool Story Time + Craft 10:30AM

 Waipahu Public Library, Preschool Story Time + Craft 10:30AM

 Wahiawa Public Library, Story Time 6PM

 Liliha Public Library, Family Story Time (All Ages) 6:30PM

Link:  http://funlittleohana.com/every-week-25-story-times-on-oahu-to-enjoy-with-your-kids/

 


6. Kailua Farmers Market 5PM-7:30PM

Looking for Farmers Markets on Oahu? Here’s a List of the Top 24!

 Makeke Kapolei Farmers Market 3PM-6:30PM

 Hyatt Farmers Market Thursday 4PM-8PM

 Makiki Farmers Market 4:30PM-7:30PM

 Kaiser Honolulu Farmers Market 4:30PM-7:30PM

 Haleiewa’s Farmers Market 3PM-7PM

 Waikiki Farmers Market 4PM-8PM


7. Eat the Streets a Go-Go

at Makers & Tasters Ala Moana BLVD; Every Thursday 4:30-9:00PM

eat the streets at go-go every thursday

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Takara Bullock

Takara is a thirty-something wife, mother-of-three sweet girls, web designer, and FIT4MOM Honolulu Owner. 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 was created to help families with children have more fun on Oahu. Subscribe to our Oahu with Kids Weekly Email for more family-fun ideas.

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