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HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow)-In 1993, Children and Youth Day was established by law as the first Sunday of every October.  Later, Act 30, Session Laws of 1997, established October as Children and Youth Month in Hawai'i.  The Legislature's Keiki Caucus has spearheaded the events for the past sixteen years.  We have had great success with events such as the Hawaii Leader for a Day Program, Children and Youth Day (which last year drew approximately 40,000 attendees) and the Outstanding Advocates for Children and Youth Recognition Program.

We are fortunate to have the support of many government agencies, corporations and individuals.  We estimate that we received approximately $90,000 in monetary and over $300,000 in-kind donations last year. Through a partnership of government agencies providing in-kind services and generous corporate sponsorships, we are able to put on meaningful, fun and educational activities for our young people and their families.

Haehu: "To Grow Well"

17th Annual Children & Youth Day

Sunday, October 3, 10am-3pm

State Capitol, Iolani Palace Grounds, Hawaii State Library, King Kamehameha V Judiciary History Center, Punchbowl Street, Frank F. Fasi Civic Center Grounds, Kalanimoku Building, Department of Health Parking Lot, Washington Place

Over 200 free, fun and educational activities for children and teens, including:

Brushbot Competition

(State Capitol Auditorium,

8:30 a.m. to 12:30 a.m.)

• Aloha Milk Caps

Slamo-Rama! (State Capitol,

Room 309)

• Yu-Gi-Oh Tournament

(State Capitol,


Room 325)

• Bungee


• Hawaii's Largest

Mobile Rock Wall

• Wild One Inflatable

Obstacle Course

• Trackless Train

• 22' Giant Slide

• Bouncers

• Early Learning Activities

• Financial Zone

• Green Zone

• Teen Zone

• PG-13 Zone

• Tours of the Capitol, Iolani

Palace, and Washington Place

• Activities at the Judiciary

History Center (Kamehameha

V Building)

• Cultural Crafts and Games

• Police, sheriff, fire, ambulance,

canine demonstration

• Soccer, tennis,

martial arts,

mini golf

• Flower making,

face painting, keiki ID,

car seat check ups

• Keiki Walk (meet at 9 a.m.

at Iolani Palace King Street


• Gubernatorial Forum on Early

Childhood (State Capitol

Auditorium, 1 - 3 p.m.)

• 5 stages of live entertainment

(State Capitol Rotunda,

Punchbowl Street,

Kalanimoku Building, Iolani

Palace Grounds

and Washington Place)

Live Entertainment by

• Brianna Albergano

• Brother Noland and Youth

• Cheryl Bartlett (former Miss Hawaii)

• Ciana & Teiliana Pelekai

• Danny Kennedy &

the Mana'o Company

• Greg Gabaylo

• Hamajang

• Hawaii Children Youth

Opera Chorus

• Hope Mayo

• Hyper Squad

• Jake Shimabukuro

• Jason Tom

• Jordan Segundo

• Kapena

• Ku¯ lewa

• Lisa Pakele

• Maka'ala

• Mehetia Productions

• Miss Hawaii

Jalee Fuselier

• Mrs. Hawaii

• Miss Teen Hawaii

• Natalie Ai Kamauu

• Pacific Buddhist Academy

• Royal Hawaiian Band

• Shannon Bautista

• X Factor Dance Studio

Purchase food or

bring your own and have a picnic!

Teri burgers, hot dogs, shave ice, slush float, local plate lunches,

Mediterranean food, corn on the cob, garlic fries, fruit, andagi,

musubi, and refreshments.


Free parking at all surrounding City and State parking lots

(except the post office parking lot)

Visit or for more information.

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