From play time for toddlers to educational camps for teens. The Big Island has so much to offer our Keiki! 
If you know of any other activities for keiki this summer please email us at wishes you and your family a safe and happy summer!





  AGES 2 - 6 

Moonshot Play Space (at Kona Sunset Plaza)
Dance & Creative Movements | Developmental | Aerial Silk
Retreats | Family Time | Much more!
Call 808-342-3542 Or email

Summer Music Camp
First - eighth grade.
Call 322-3355 or email




Center Stage Dance
Dance classes for tots to teens
808-990-7163 -


West Hawaii Dance Theatre and Academy
Dance classes for all ages and abilities all summer long.
For a full schedule, go to or call 329-8876.

Kahilu Theatre
Classes for Keiki, ages 6 to 12, wanting to explore the arts.
More info at

The Society For Kona’s Education and Art -
SKEA Summer Art Camp For Students ages 6-11
84-5191 Mamalahoa Hwy in Honaunau.
2 weeks, Monday through Friday June 5 through 16th from 8:30AM – 1:45PM.
Local talented artists and creating with students through clay, painting, drawing, dance, drama and mixed media projects, outdoor games, and performance.
For more information or to register call SKEA @ (808) 328-9392 or go to
(Spring Art Camp is funded in part by the Hawaii State Foundation on Culture and the Arts, through appropriations from the Hawaii State Legislature,
and by the National Endowment for the Arts. Spring Art Camp is also sponsored by the County of Hawaii, the 2017 Kona Brewer’s Festival and
Hawaii Hotel Association Charity Walk. Scholarships made possible by Patel’s Spirit Station and individual donors)


The Donkey Mill Art Center
Summer Art Experience 2017
For Keiki and Teens Call 322-3362
Email or visit

Kona Baptist Church
Summer Music Camp
First - eighth grade.
Call 322-3355 or email

The Junior Music Academy
Music classes this summer.
Classes are held at the academy in Kona’s Old Industrial Area.
Call Miss Mary at 331-2000 or visit

Aloha Theater
Classes for Kids and Teens or call 322-9924




Kanu o ka ʻAina Learning ʻOhana

"Serving and perpetuating sustainable Hawaiian communities through Education with Aloha."
Summer Program - June 5th to July 7th - 8am - 2:45pm - Grades: K to 5th
For more information please contact: Stasia, or 890-2515

The Hamakua Youth Center is a free after-school drop in program for youth between the ages of 5-18.
The Center provides tutoring, homework help, daily meals and cultural activities in a fun, safe, family-style environment.
For more information, contact us at: (808) 775-0976 or at

Hawaii Preparatory Academy’ Summer Courses
To register, call the Auxiliary Programs Office at 881-4088, email or visit

Kamehameha Schools

Visit for info

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
Various programs and workshops for keiki





Horseplay Equestrian Center

Daily riding, crafts and games.
Contact: Cyndy DeMeter



Mokupapapa Discovery Center
Interactive Experience for all ages
76 Kamehameha Avenue in Hilo
Call: 808-933-8180


Hawaii State Public Library System
Summer Reading Programs
Visit or call your public library.

Hawaii Community College’s Office of Continuing Education &Training
Call 934-2700, email or visit

The Hamakua Youth Center is a free after-school drop in program for youth between the ages of 5-18.
The Center provides tutoring, homework help, daily meals and cultural activities in a fun, safe, family-style environment.
Contact us at: (808) 775-0976 or at




Kohala Center Beginning Farmer-Rancher Development (BFRD) Youth Internship Program
Exposure to agro ecology-related topics, mentors, college programs, careers and businesses in sustainable
agriculture and ecology for Hawaiʻi island youth ages 15-19 to connect agri-science and post-high study,
training and careers to help build a system of farmer/producer businesses and food system leadership.
Phone: (808) 220-2312

Three Mountain Alliance
Watershed partnership dedicated to promoting healthy native forests and resulting in the protection and production of
fresh water. Conducts teacher training workshops and two-week summer ecology camps for students grades 6-12.
Provides science-based curriculum and activities based on all aspects of the water cycle.
Phone: (808) 985-6196

Hawaii Preparatory Academy
Summer Programs

Visit or call the Auxiliary Programs Office at 881-4088

Hawaii Outdoors Institute
Summit to Sea Environmental Science
for ages 14 to 17 years
Scholarships and financial aid are available.

Niaulani Ethnobotanical Treasure Hunt (with answers)
For ages 8 and up, a fill-in-the blank lesson in Hawaiian plant
uses with aid of the small green signs found along the Niaulani trail.
For ages 12 and up, a crossword which utilizes the small green signs
found alongside the Niaulani trail as well as the above Niaulani Trail Companion.
Volcano Art Center
Call: 808-967-8222




Big Island Sailing Foundation
Classes for ages 8 years to 19 years
Call Alicia Starsong 808-640-0662



Hawaii Preparatory Academy
Sports camps and classes
To register, contact Lewis at 881-4037 or

Kona Community Aquatic Center
Swim teams and competition
Call Kona Community Aquatic Center at 327-3500 or 323-325.

Paradise Roller Girls
Junior Derby


Parker Summer Camp
for children ages 5 to 12

Kanu o ka Aina’s
Summer enrichment program.
To get an application, go to, call Te at 890-2508 or email

Kona Okinawa Kenjinkai’s
Annual Children’s Day Camp
Call Pat Nagy at 325-0060 or Doris Grace at 329-3449 to register.



Download sign up & info sheet here
SESSION 1: May 30–June 8 (no lessons May 29) - $95
SESSION 2: June13–22 (no lessons June 12) - $95
SESSION 3: June 26–July 6 (no lessons July 4) - $95

Kona Community Aquatics Center
Keiki, ages 5 to 12, can learn to swim
Call 327-3500 or Konawaena Swimming Pool at 323-3252

Aquatics Summer Program Guide and Contact info for Pools
Check website for complete list