A variety of in-person programs offer Hawaii youngsters plenty to do over the summer
By Steven Mark firstname.lastname@example.org
May 9, 2021
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COURTESY PEARL HARBOR AVIATION MUSEUM
Students operate a computer-simulated flight program at the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum’s summer flight school, where they also can learn about the science of flight and the history of aviation in Hawaii.
COURTESY OHANA ARTS
In previous years, Ohana Arts has staged full-scale musicals for children, such as “Cats” in 2019, but this year its productions will be on a smaller scale.
COURTESY HAWAII KAI BOAT CLUB
The Hawaii Kai Boat Club uses the O’pen Skiff to teach children how to sail.
COURTESY YMCA OF HONOLULU
The YMCA has 10 locations on Oahu, offering a variety of activities for youth such as science experiments or outdoor games.
COURTESY HAWAI‘I WOMEN IN FILMMAKING
Students learn to write, shoot and edit a short film during the Hawai‘i Women in Filmmaking’s weeklong Reel Camps for Girls.
COURTESY HONOLULU PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT
The city’s Summer Fun program will help prepare kids for the traditional school year through socialization activities like games and sports.