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Thursday, May 25, 2017

Summer Fun

This will be the last Highlights for the year.  Have a happy safe summer and we will see you back in school August 7.

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Community Events

May 25     Foster Care Training at the Hawaiian Humane Society on 2700 Waialae Ave. from 6pm - 7pm for FREE.  Learn how you can join the foster care program to help save thousands of orphaned animals. Pre-registration required. 808- 356-2222 or dsloan@hawaiianhumane.org

May 29     Lantern Floating at Ala Moana Park at Magic Island end from 6:30pm - 7:30pm for FREE. More than 7000 lanterns will float down the beach in memory of those who have passed. lanternfloatinghawaii.com or 808-942-1848

May 30     Wahiawa Public Library hosts family movie night at 5:30pm. 808-622-6345

May 31     Mililani Public Library kicks off its summer reading program with a screening of The LEGO Movie from 2pm - 4:30pm. 808-627-7470

May 31 Knitting Club meets from 6pm - 7pm at Wahiawa Public Library. 808-622-6345

Every 1st and 3rd Sunday at Pearlridge Center Downtown Center Court is Comic Jam. Meet and talk story with local artists from 1pm - 4pm.  pearlridgeonline.com

Summer reading Program at the Hawaii State Public Library.  Preregister online beginning May 23 at librarieshawaii.org.  Then come to the library beginning the week of June 4th to receive your mystery sign-up bonus, while supplies last.  Read and participate from anywhere, any time and with any smart device!  Free rewards and programs and activities and prize drawings.

June 3 from 10am - 1pm at the Hawaii State Library come build LEGO Hawaii at the Summer Reading Kick-Off. Create your favorite Hawai'i landmark at the free event. librarieshawaii.org

Hawaii Pacific University - College of Extended and Interdisciplinary Education. Offers classes in Phonics, Fluency, Comprehension, Love of Reading, Textbook Skills, Speed Reading.
1-800-903-0162

City and County of Honolulu offer Super Fun Programs at over 60 sites across Oahu. June 7 - July 21 8:30am - 2pm. Open to children who have completed kindergarten but not yet entered the 7th grade.  visit www.honoluluparks.com

Friends of the Public Library of Hawai'i. Many summer reading incentive programs at various branches. www.librarieshawaii.org

Camp Kama'aina Kids offer day camp programs with swimming, sailing, weekly excursions, simple science, dancing and more.  For children in grades K - 8. register online at www.kamaainakids.com

YMCA of Honolulu offers day camps, summer school programs, swim lessons and specialty camps featuring hands on learning in sports, art, cooking and more for kids ages 6 - 13.  Also available Camp Erdman weeklong overnight camp adventure for kids age 7 - 17. Kids can hike, surf, play sports, swim, ride horses, get creative with art and gain confidence on a high ropes course.
808-531-9622 or www.ymcahonolulu.org

Soccer Summer Camp at Central Oahu Regional Park May 30 - June 2 from 9am - 3pm.  All boys and girls age 6 - 14 are welcome.  Wear proper soccer attire including cleats, shin guards, ball, water bottle and sack lunch.  I got Skills Oahu Summer camp is for all players who want to improve their soccer skills.  Cost is $225. which includes camp T shirt. Sign up now http://www.igotskills.com/soccer-camps/central-oahu-summer-camp/ or call 808-389-6210

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