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The Best Family Fun in Honolulu for July 22–28, 2021 – Honolulu, Hawaii

Honolulu, Hawaii 2021-07-28 07:15:33 –

Photo: Provided by Sea Life Park

Mananame Repo Hana at Sea Life Park

There is a new happy hour on the windward side. When the park closes, Pohana begins on the weekend afternoon at Beach Boy Lanai and offers free admission to the area. Relax and dance and play Keiki while enjoying live music such as garlic butter shrimp plates, BBQ cala pork sliders, doll whips, and Keiki slashes, as well as your favorite regional dishes. This weekend’s lineup is George Kuo & Friends (Friday), Mark Yim & Friends (Saturday) and Kamalu (Sunday).

  • All ages
  • Free admission, parking available. You can buy food and drinks.
  • Every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 4pm to 6pm
  • 41-202 Kalaniana’ole Highway, Waimanalo
  • (808) 259-2500
  • sealifeparkhawaii.com, @sealifepark

See also: 🐬 Our Guide: Sea Life Park


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Image: Provided by Hawaii State Art Museum

Maintenance: Live interactive performance

Especially outdoors, you will be dazzled when you return to the live theater. Take your family downtown to the Hawaii State Art Museum for a unique performance set in a charming sculpture garden. Keiki is entertained by a duo of unrealistic maintenance people tasked with scrubbing statues and the distraction stories they encounter. After that, I will take a walk through the museum exhibits, but due to COVID precautions, the “I Love Art” hands-on activity gallery is still closed.


See also: 📚 30 Hawaii Keiki Books to Add to Your Library


Ward Village Little Library Photo Ward Village

Photo: Courtesy of Ward Village

Ward Village Little Library

Only 9 days left Hawaii State Public Library Summer Reading ProgramGet fresh ingredients for bookworms at Victoria Ward Park’s new public bookshelf. The free library is capricious and colorful thanks to artist and designer Jana Lam, celebrating the themes of fairness, diversity and expression in which books and writers are housed. In your spare time, you can borrow and return books, play soccer games, and even tag the grass in the park.

While in the neighborhood, walk two blocks (or on a scooter) on Auahhi Street to see the new outdoor StoryWalk installation facing Village Books & Music. You can find the oversized page of Marcus Pfister’s The Rainbow Fish, a fan’s favorite book. Hurry, the page will only be available until July 31st!

Access library

Speaking of reading, during my recent visit, I was thrilled that the tables and chairs returned to the library in my neighborhood and I was no longer tied to the time frame set. If you haven’t returned to browsing for a while, it may be time to visit again. And with just over a week left, it’s never too late to sign up for a summer reading program. Record the minutes online for prizes. All you need is 100 minutes to qualify to participate to get four round-trip tickets from Alaska Airlines. Teens can earn personal pizza from Pizza Hut and have incentives for young readers and adults. You can also get a free snack certificate from McDonald’s just by signing up.

SpongeBob Musical Photo America Lopez Hawaii Public Radio

Photo: American Lopez, Hawaii Public Radio

Nickelodeon SpongeBob Musical! Live stream

Get popcorn (and seaweed snacks) on the last weekend of a virtual stage performance of a live underwater adventure from the Hawaii Theater by a friend of SpongeBob Square Pants and his bikini bottom. A local Keiki musical star between the ages of 5 and 18 who attended the Pacific Academy of Performing Arts Summer Intensive Theater Camp.

  • 6 years and over
  • $ 10 per screen. Live stream tickets can be purchased here.
  • Friday, July 23 and Saturday, July 24, 6:00 pm. Saturday, July 24th and Sunday, July 25th, 1:00 pm
  • (808) 791-1397
  • hawaiitheatre.com



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