Lots of different fun and educational opportunities & experiences are coming up!
Please note that the information provided is for informational purposes only. Please proceed only after you've done your own research on each company or opportunity. I have not personally participated in these camps & workshops, nor am I associated with any of the following businesses or organizations. Please contact them directly if you have any questions.
1) The Pacific Aviation Museum is offering another Explorers Club on October 6th-8th, 9:00 am to 3:45 pm for Grades 3-5. The next Explorers Club unlocks the secrets of renewable energy, featuring: wind-powered turbines, marshmallow catapults, sun-baked S’mores, electrified potatoes, solar planes, AND a special tour of the new NOAA building (just across the runway from the Museum).
The program fee is $175, which includes all lunches and snacks, program materials, transportation to and from the NOAA building, and program t-shirt. Member price is $155.
For more info & to register, visit: http://www.pacificaviationmuseum.org/batteries_not_included
2) Registration for the Oct. 3rd Home Depot kids workshop (building a firetruck) is available at their website (here).
Don't forget about Lowe's kids workshops too! While they are FULL for all locations on Oahu for their upcoming Sept 26th workshop, visit their website (here) for future workshops.
3) Registration for the LEGO mini build at Ala Moana on Oct. 6th/7th opened this morning! A few spots are left. Register here: http://shop.lego.com/en-US/minibuild-registration
4) National Dance Week - Hawaii is Sep 29th to Oct. 6th! (http://ndw-hawaii.com/about/)
Check out this link for information about a weekend dance camp opportunity (Friday, October 2 – Sunday, October 4): http://ndw-hawaii.com/dancecamp/
Here is a link for registration for lodging for the camp: http://ndw-hawaii.com/lodging/
5) Teen Pact registration is open.
(In case you missed it, an earlier post on this topic was:
"Here's an upcoming event that might interest Christian homeschool teens. It's called TeenPact and is basically a class/workshop that focuses on the legislative and political process with a Christian perspective." Click this link for more: http://oahuhomeschoolmom.weebly.com/blog/teenpact )
6) Fall, winter, and spring break Keiki Eco Explorer camps are being offered at The Green House. For more info, or to register, contact them at: email@example.com
7) Registration is open for Lacy Veach Day. For students in grades 4 and above, parents, and teachers of any grade level or subject: This is the 14th annual celebration and special day honoring the life and legacy of Charles Lacy Veach, who grew up in Honolulu with an interest in science, had a distinguished career in the United States Air Force, and went on to fly two Space Shuttle missions.
Astronaut Lacy Veach serves to remind us all that the dreams of today can be forged into exploration and discoveries of tomorrow. While in Hawai‘i, a child once asked Astronaut Veach: "What does it take to become an astronaut?" Veach responded, "You've got to believe in your dreams and you've got to be hard-headed enough to never let them go."
I'm a homeschooling mom of three, enjoying our time in Hawaii and hoping to share some of that experience with you, including ideas, reviews, resources, and information.