Engaged and educational activities for teens 13 and older

Fun, interactive, and educational activities for teens located on Kalanimoku Building.


Get information on risky behaviors and health issues like teen pregnancy, tobacco use, STD’s including HIV/AIDS, drugs & alcohol, suicide prevention, sexual assault awareness and prevention, bullying, cyber safety, depression/anxiety, etc. for Teens 13 years old and up to encourage healthy choices and empower positive behaviors and wellness, and features Slammin’ Entertainment with DJ Chunky and the most amazing young talent of Hawai’i.

Teen zone booths

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Best Buddies Hawaii (Booth TZ15-1)

Best Buddies ambassadors/volunteers will be sharing the mission of inclusion and doing a questionnaire with prizes. Also be doing inclusive games and activities with teens.

Chaminade University of Honolulu (Booth TZ15-3)

TBD.

DOH – Child and Adolescent Mental Heath Division (Booth TZ15-2)

Bean Bag Toss and Plinko.

Domestic Violence Action Center (Booth TZ15-C)

The booth activity will have fun and interactive activities that touch on anti-bullying, healthy relationships for youth, educational opportunities, social media presence, etc.

Hawaii Air National Guard (Booth TZ15-5)

Hawaii Air National Guard recruiters will be available to answer questions regarding our mission, benefits, and career opportunities.

Hawaii Pacific University (Booth TZ15-12)

Hawaii Pacific University will host a booth with information and activities on adolescent health promotion such as nutrition, exercise, disease prevention.

Hawaii Youth Services Directory (Booth TZ15-D)

Visit our button-making station and spin the prize wheel to win swag and learn more about the Hawaii Youth Service's Directory's free online resources for youth aged 0-21 in Hawaii!

Hina Mauka Teen CARE (Booth TZ15-13)

Provide community resource information.

Ho‘ola Na Pua (Booth TZ15-9)

Education Presentations Sex Trafficking of Minors in Hawai‘i Self Esteem Selfies & Photo Booth Fingerprint Pledge to Protect Identity Various craft activities.

Honolulu-Hawaii Branch NAACP (Booth TZ15-10)

We will have children's games and prizes and also providing information about our youth programs.

Knockerball Hawaii (TZ13)

Knockerball is a hugely fun and popular new game where you get inside a big inflatable ball with handles and straps like a backpack. You then use this Knockerball to bump into your friends or roll upside down when playing a variety of games like Knocker Soccer. Knockerball Hawaii usually provides rentals for birthdays and parties or school fundraisers. At this year's Hawaii Children and Youth Day, you will have a opportunity to get in our Bump-Zone and try out Knockerball for free! Join us!

Legacy of Life Hawaii (Booth TZ15-15)

Legacy of Life Hawaii will present a fun and skillful game of Milton Bradley's Board game of Operation. Coloring booklets with activities that share a story about organ and tissue donation.

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Mauna Loa Helicopters (Booth TZ14)

Fun interactive games for all ages to participate. We want to show how much fun going to flight school can be. We will have prizes to give away and some fun snacks for all to enjoy.

Oahu Pickleball Association (Booth TZ12)

What is the fastest growing sport in the U.S.? It's PICKLEBALL! Children and youth of all ages and abilities are quickly learning just how much fun they have playing this game. Pickleball is a crossover of tennis, badminton and ping-pong. Come by our booth! Try our paddles. Play with our "pukaballs." Score awesome prizes and swag by taking the OPA challenge. Ask us about clinics, classes, leagues, tournaments, open-play and more!

Storm Water Quality Branch, C&C of Honolulu (Booth TZ15-6)

Educational materials will be available relating to water pollution prevention and volunteer opportunities.

Surfrider Spirit Sessions (Booth TZ15-4)

Interactive game or activity that introduces teens to Spirit Sessions, a teen mentoring program that includes surf instruction, adult and peer mentoring, life skills training, mini Hawaiian cultural lessons, and environmental stewardship and beach-clean-ups. Spirit Sessions is an 8-week program held in Waikiki on Saturdays and is free to qualified teens.

Susan G. Komen Hawaii (Booth TZ15-14)

Interactive breast health education activity. Spin the wheel...answer correctly...win a prize!

The Sex Abuse Treatment Center (Kapiolani Medical Center) (Booth TZ15-11)

The SATC booth will provide education on cultivating respectful relationships, and preventing sexual violence through the use of the [ r e s p e c t ]™ campaign. Through interactive games and discussions, and the use of social media, participants will learn and discuss how they can show respect in their relationships and communities, and prevent sexual violence.

United States Naval Sea Cadet Corps (USNSCC) (Booth TZ15-A)

Our Cadet and adult staff will be speaking to the guest about our youth leadership development program — the Sea Cadets. United States Naval Sea Cadets Corps (USNSCC) is a national youth leadership development organization that promotes interest and skill in naval disciplines (Navy, Coast Guard, & Marines) while instilling strong moral character and life skills through leadership and technical programs modeled after the Navy's professional development system.

University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, Admissions (Booth TZ15-7)

Stop by and visit your home state university, the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa! Win an "UHM-azing" prize at our "Spin the Wheel" game. Come, meet friendly Office of Admissions representatives, and learn about our unique university and the opportunities that await you! It's never to early to begin your college exploration journey. #makemanoayours