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12th Annual Waimea Healthy KeikiFest

Media Release:

The 12th Annual Waimea Healthy KeikiFest will be held from 10 am to 1 pm on Saturday, April 23rd at the Parker Ranch Shopping Center.

The annual celebration of keiki health and safety will feature more than 30 exhibitors with hands-on activities for keiki, ages 3 to 12. While keiki have fun learning about growing up safe and healthy, they’ll earn credits they can use for a free turn in a bouncer and a free t-shirt from the Parker Ranch Store (supply limited to first 300).

Tutu's House

Over the past 12 years, hundreds of community members from Hawai`i Island and Oahu have taken the time to provide fun, interactive learning experiences for the Hawai`i Island keiki community. KeikiFest is organized by Tutu’s House. For more information, call 885-6777.

Tutu’s House is a project of Friends of the Future, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization which facilitates community-led change, perpetuates cherished cultural anchors, and improves health-related quality of life for the Hawai`i Island community. For the Friends of the Future Annual Report and information about its programs visit the web at fofhawaii.org or call 885-8336

11th Annual Waimea Healthy KeikiFest

Media Release:

The 11th Annual Waimea Healthy KeikiFest will feature more than 20 hands-on activities for keiki, ages 3 to 12. While keiki have fun learning about growing up safe and healthy, they’ll earn credits they can use to make a Mother’s Day gift and jump in a bouncer. Saturday, May 1st, from 10 am to 1 pm at the Parker Ranch Center.

Eleven ears ago, parents organized the Waimea Healthy KeikiFest as a way to share information about safety and health in fun and engaging ways. In the first few years, KeikiFest was held in the Waimea School Cafeteria. When this annual community event outgrew the Waimea School cafeteria, Parker Ranch Center graciously stepped in to host KeikiFest.

All the activities continue to be free.

Keiki Fest is presented by Tutu’s House, which is a project of Friends of the Future, a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization. For more information visit www.TutusHouse.org or call 885-6777.