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Family Fare Calendar

A weekly calendar of events in Honolulu suitable for all ages. Read More

Family Movie Review: ‘Crazy Rich Asians’

A Chinese-American woman goes to Singapore to meet her boyfriend’s family and discovers just how rich and famous they are, throwing their relationship into question. Read More

Parents at Play: Outdoor gadgets

On these long summer days, we are spending more time outdoors. But who says we have to do without our creature comforts? Read More

Okinawan Fest to share film, food, music

Taiko performances, andagi and a colorful parade are some of the guaranteed-to-make-you-smile offerings at Hawaii United Okinawa Association’s 36th annual Okinawan Festival this weekend at the Hawai‘i Convention Center. Read More

Catch some rays at Sea Life Park

Spend the day getting to know all about rays — stingrays, manta rays, spotted eagle rays and more — at Sea Life Park’s last Keiki Sunday of the year. Read More

Parents at Play: Making the best of science

What better way to start off a new school year than by learning about art, science and building? Read More

Evangeline Lily, Tara Strong among Amazing Comic Con Aloha guests

Evangeline Lilly (“Ant-Man and the Wasp”), Asher Angel (“Shazam!”), Amber Midthunder (“Legion”) and Tara Strong (“Teen Titans”) are among the stars of comic book and pop entertainment fans can meet at Amazing Comic Con Aloha this weekend. Read More

Bishop Museum hosts dinosaur sleepover

Sleep with majestic creatures that roamed the planet millions of years ago — from an Albertosaurus to a pair of Velociraptors — at the DinoSNORES Family Sleepover at Bishop Museum. Read More

Old-time folktales, fables inspire Filipino play

“Filipino Folktales & Fables,” a lively show that celebrates the rich culture of the Philippines through traditional songs, dances and stories, opens Honolulu Theatre for Youth’s 64th season. Read More

Now Read This: ‘Discovery of Ramen,’ ‘One of Us Is Lying’

Dao, a red panda, guides children Ethan and Emma back in time to discover how ramen was created in Japan and how the noodle soup became popular worldwide. Read More

Keiki Krafting: Air-dry clay magnets/pins

Keiki can create unique gifts or decorations by pressing air-dry Hearty modeling clay into molds or cutting out shapes with cookie cutters to make magnets or pins to wear. Read More

Pearl Harbor offers virtual reality tours

World War II history enthusiasts young and old can travel back in time via three virtual reality tours at the new Pearl Harbor Virtual Reality Center, open daily at Pearl Harbor Visitors Center. Read More

Discover colorful critters in ‘Hawai‘i’s Ocean Animals’

In “Hawai‘i’s Ocean Animals Coloring and Activity Book,” ideal for ages 2-7, children (and parents, too!) can learn more about Hawaii’s underwater world. Read More

Lend a hand to restore historic Loko Ea Fishpond

From building a rock wall to removing invasive grass — there are many age-appropriate activities families can do to be part of the continued restoration of Loko Ea Fishpond on the North Shore. Read More

Now Read This: ‘Escargot’ and ‘Startalk’

Bonjour! Meet Snail. Snail is funny. Snail is cute. But no one has snail as their favorite animal. Maybe your favorite animal can be Snail! Read More

Parents at Play: Fun in the sun

The weather outside is lovely, these days, and we’re trying to spend as much time out there as humanly possible. Read More



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