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Capitol enlivened by children’s event

  • BRUCE ASATO / BASATO@STARADVERTISER.COM
    Thousands took part in Children and Youth Day activities Sunday, enjoying rides, games, educational displays, musical presentations and food booths. Children scaled the rock-climbing wall, above, set up on Punchbowl Street.
  • BRUCE ASATO
    Youthful rock climbers attempt to scale the rock climbing wall set up on Punchbowl Street, during the 20th annual Children and Youth Day on the grounds of the Hawaii State Capitol and The Frank F. Fasi Civic Center, including Iolani Palace, Punchbowl St., King Kamehameha V Judiciary History Center, Kalanimoku Building. Hundreds of people took part in various activities, rides and games, visited educational displays and enjoyed musical presentations and food booths.
  • BRUCE ASATO
    Imai Goodhue, 5, gets a little help from mom, Courtney Ahlokeohuloa as he navigates the exit obstacle of the Wild One inflatable slide, during the 20th annual Children and Youth Day on the grounds of the Hawaii State Capitol and The Frank F. Fasi Civic Center, including Iolani Palace, Punchbowl St., King Kamehameha V Judiciary History Center, Kalanimoku Building. Hundreds of people took part in various activities, rides and games, visited educational displays and enjoyed musical presentations and food booths.
  • BRUCE ASATO
    Imai Goodhue, 5, gets a little help from mom, Courtney Ahlokeohuloa as he navigates the exit obstacle of the Wild One inflatable slide, during the 20th annual Children and Youth Day on the grounds of the Hawaii State Capitol and The Frank F. Fasi Civic Center, including Iolani Palace, Punchbowl St., King Kamehameha V Judiciary History Center, Kalanimoku Building. Hundreds of people took part in various activities, rides and games, visited educational displays and enjoyed musical presentations and food booths.
  • BRUCE ASATO
    "What do you think will happen when you add this cup of vinegar?" was the question Cub Scout Kekoa Dierks, 8, of Pack 385 (Kamehameha Schools), asked Maelia Thomas, 6, of Manoa, who got the answer when the concoction of baking soda, water, food coloring, vegetable oil and salt "erupted" like a volcano upon the addition of the vinegar, during the 20th annual Children and Youth Day on the grounds of the Hawaii State Capitol and The Frank F. Fasi Civic Center, including Iolani Palace, Punchbowl St., King Kamehameha V Judiciary History Center, Kalanimoku Building. Hundreds of people took part in various activities, rides and games, visited educational displays and enjoyed musical presentations and food booths.
  • BRUCE ASATO
    "What do you think will happen when you add this cup of vinegar?" was the question Cub Scout Kekoa Dierks, 8, of Pack 385 (Kamehameha Schools), left, asked Maelia Thomas, 6, of Manoa, right, during the 20th annual Children and Youth Day on the grounds of the Hawaii State Capitol and The Frank F. Fasi Civic Center, including Iolani Palace, Punchbowl St., King Kamehameha V Judiciary History Center, Kalanimoku Building. She got the answer when the concoction of baking soda, water, food coloring, vegetable oil and salt erupted like a volcano upon the addition of the vinegar. Hundreds of people took part in various activities, rides and games, visited educational displays and enjoyed musical presentations and food booths.
  • BRUCE ASATO
    Chloe McTague, 6, and her brother, Tyler, 15, from Ewa, take part in the Keiki Fitness Obstacle Course on the grounds of Iolani Palace, where each station was a lesson in the daily activities of ancient Hawaiian children, during the 20th annual Children and Youth Day on the grounds of the Hawaii State Capitol and The Frank F. Fasi Civic Center, including Iolani Palace, Punchbowl St., King Kamehameha V Judiciary History Center, Kalanimoku Building. Hundreds of people took part in various activities, rides and games, visited educational displays and enjoyed musical presentations and food booths.
  • BRUCE ASATO
    Kai'ea McKillop, 5, from Kaimuki, tries his hand at tennis for the very first time during the 20th annual Children and Youth Day on the grounds of the Hawaii State Capitol and The Frank F. Fasi Civic Center, including Iolani Palace, Punchbowl St., King Kamehameha V Judiciary History Center, Kalanimoku Building. Hundreds of people took part in various activities, rides and games, visited educational displays and enjoyed musical presentations and food booths.
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    After getting a lesson in compressions-only Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (aka hands-only cpr) with mom, Tessie Kotrys, and sister, Jocylyn Kotrys, Christian James Edsell, 3, tries his hand at CPR on a dog manikin, during the 20th annual Children and Youth Day on the grounds of the Hawaii State Capitol and The Frank F. Fasi Civic Center, including Iolani Palace, Punchbowl St., King Kamehameha V Judiciary History Center, Kalanimoku Building. Hundreds of people took part in various activities, rides and games, visited educational displays and enjoyed musical presentations and food booths.
  • BRUCE ASATO
    Tessie Kotrys of Makakilo, second from right, her daughter, Jocylyn Kotrys, 9, right, and son, Christian James Edsell, 3, get a lesson in compressions-only Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (aka hands-only cpr) from volunteer Jim Mahon, left, using a cpr manikin, during the 20th annual Children and Youth Day on the grounds of the Hawaii State Capitol and The Frank F. Fasi Civic Center, including Iolani Palace, Punchbowl St., King Kamehameha V Judiciary History Center, Kalanimoku Building. Hundreds of people took part in various activities, rides and games, visited educational displays and enjoyed musical presentations and food booths.

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