Halloween Events for Families in Hawaiʻi in 2021

We found more than 45 places and events to help you celebrate the spookiest season of the year on O‘ahu.

 

Updated Oct. 20, 2021

 

Halloween is not canceled, at least, not since we last checked. So, whether you are decking the halls at home with your spookiest decorations for a small at-home celebration or are planning to take the kids to outside and crowd-limited fun, there are options for everyone! Here is our list of seasonal fun from pumpkin patches to virtual parties.

 

Costume Contests

Remember to keep your account public when judging is occurring.

 

Hawai‘i Children’s Action Network

Enter by Oct. 22

Enter to win a prize package sponsored by Goodwill Hawai‘i. Post your photo on Instagram and tag @HCAN_HI or email it to info@hawaii-can.org. Prizes will be given to an outstanding keiki costume and great ‘ohana outfits.

hawaii-can.org

 

 

Photo: Courtesy Royal Hawaiian Center

 

Royal Hawaiian Center

Enter by Saturday, Oct. 23. Winners announced Sunday, Oct. 31

O‘ahu kids up to 10 years old and their parents can enter for prizes ranging from $25 to $100, with some gifts from Royal Hawaiian Center shops, in four categories. The entry that earns the most votes will also be named the People’s Treat winner. Upload your entry to the center’s website.

  • Most adorable (babies to 2-year-olds)
  • Most creative (3- to 5-year-olds)
  • Most original (6- to 10-year-olds)
  • ‘Ohana (parents and children 10 years old and younger)

royalhawaiiancenter.com

 


 

Market City Shopping Center

Enter Oct. 21 through 5 p.m. Oct. 27

Post a photo of your costumes on Instagram with #MC_Halloween2021, then like and follow @marketcityhi. Two kids and two adults who receive the most likes for their costume post will receive gift certificates to the shopping center. Market City will also select one child and one adult winner.

marketcityhawaii.com

 


SEE ALSO: 👻 HONOLULU Family 2018 Halloween Costume Contest Winners


 

Town Center of Mililani

Enter Oct. 18 until 2 p.m. Oct. 31

One winner will be selected from each of the three age groups: infant to 3 years, 4 to 8 years, and 9 to 12 years. Each will earn a $50 gift certificate to Baskin Robbins, Walmart or Fun Factory. Follow @towncenterofmililani on Instagram, like the costume contest announcement post, then post a photo of your child with his or her age and #TCMHalloween2021. Take a photo in front of the We Are Mililani mural at the center for extra credit.

95-1249 Meheula Parkway, Mililani, towncenterofmililani.com, @towncenterofmililani

 

International Market Place

Enter Oct. 29—31

Winners will receive a $150 gift card to a store at the center of his or her choice. Post a photo on Instagram with @intlmktplace and #MarketPlaceStories.

shopinternationalmarketplace.com/Halloween

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D.R. Horton Pumpkin Decorating Contest

Enter Tuesday, Oct. 12 through noon on Sunday, Oct. 31

Order a locally grown pumpkin from Aloun Farms and dress it up in your scariest, cutest or most creative way for a chance to win prizes. Send a photo of your creation to alounmarketing@gmail.com or tag it @alounfarmshawaii, with #pumpkinwithaloha, on Instagram or Facebook. Winners in various age groups will be selected by votes on social media.

Small pumpkins are $5.50 each and are available for pick up or delivery. alounfarms.com, @alounfarmshawaii

 


SEE ALSO: 🎃 6 Pumpkin Carving Tips from a Master


 

Ongoing

 

Sunflowers Photo David Croxford

Photo: David Croxford

 

Photos in the Aloun Farms Sunflower Fields

Daily in October. Photographer sessions are available 8–11:30 a.m. Selfie sessions are available 11:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m.

Have a professional photo session or stop for selfies in the sunflower fields in West O‘ahu. You’ll have 30 minutes with photographer Miranda Tillinghast in the sunny blossoms and with props in front of a white background, or to take your own photos.

$199 for professional sessions. $35 for selfies. 91-1440 Farrington Highway, Kapolei, alounfarms.com

 

Monster Mash Archive Photo Keiki And The Pineapple

Archive photo. Photo: Courtesy of Keiki and the Pineapple

 

Monster Mash Reservations at Keiki and the Pineapple

Daily in October. Time slots available at 8, 9:30, 11 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.

Reserve an inside table at this Best of HONOLULU Family-winning family-focused café and kids will have a chance to play Halloween games including a witch hat ring toss, bat darts, pumpkin toss and bowling. Snack on jack-‘o-lantern-adorned toast or skull waffles and take home candy and a glow stick bracelet.

Daily, 8 a.m.–12:30 p.m. $25 to reserve your space, $10 will be credit for the café. 909 Kapiʻolani Blvd., Suite B, (808) 369-7025, keikiandthepineapple.com, @keikiandthepineapple

 

Habilitat Haunted House The Appocalpyse Photo Courtesy Habilitat Hawaii

Photo: Courtesy of Aloha Stadium

 

Dead End-The Apocalypse Drive Thru

Thursday–Sunday, Friday, Oct. 8 through Sunday, Oct. 31, time slots available every hour vary by day.

For big kids who love a big scare, the drive-thru at Aloha Stadium will offer the creepiest encounters. Monsters, killer clowns, frightening doctors and other creatures will actually surround your car, and even touch it, at various stops through the 20-minute route. You’ll go through six different scenes, meaning six different places to scream. Money raised at the event will benefit Habilitat, a nonprofit that helps people break the cycle of addiction.

$65 per car Thursday and Sunday, $75 Friday and Saturday. 99-500 Salt Lake Blvd., habilitat.com

 

Waimanalo Country Farms Pumpkins Photo Waimanalo Country Farms

Photo: Courtesy of Waimānalo Country Farms


 

Waimānalo Country Farms Drive-Thru Pumpkin Patch

Tuesday–Sunday, Saturday, Oct. 2 through Sunday, Nov. 21, 9 a.m.–4 p.m.

The family-run farm promises photo ops, animal sightings and, of course, pumpkin and sunflower fields for people driving through. Reservations are required. Everyone who pays will receive a signature Waimānalo Country Farm drink (lemonade anyone?) and people can also buy fresh honey, small decorative pumpkins, wooden coasters and other small treats at the drive-thru market stand, cash only. All time slots are morning through mid-afternoon.

$10 for each person 3 years and older when paid onsite, $10.84 when you pay online. Pumpkins are $12 extra. 41-225 Lupe St., Waimānalo, (808) 306-4381, waimanalocountryfarms.com, @waimanalocountryfarms

 


SEE ALSO: 🌻 We Tried It: Summer Sunflower Event at Waimānalo Country Farms


 

Halloween Cookie Kit 2021 Photo A Cake Life

Photo: Courtesy of A Cake Life

 

A Cake Life’s Cookie Decorating Kit

Throughout October

A Cake Life owner Kristin Kato and her team are offering adorable pumpkin-, mummy- and cauldron-shaped sugar cookies along with all the icing and sprinkles you need to make them extra adorable (or just to please your little one’s sweet tooth). Kits are available with 12 cookies and all the decorations or a smaller set of three cookies and the extras. Order them, or already decorated poisoned apple, mummy and other fun shaped cookies online, then pick them up from the store in Mō‘ili‘ili.

$38 for 12 cookies, $11 for three jack-‘o-lantern or cauldron cookies. 2320 S. King St., (808) 542-0131, shopacakelife.com. @acakelife

 

 

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Mini Pumpkin Patch at Mari’s Gardens

Mondays through Saturdays through Oct. 30, 9 a.m.–4 p.m.

Wander through the mini pumpkin patch in Central O‘ahu to pick a pumpkin ($9–$16), take photos with the bales of hay and even spot a few animals. Pick up a succulent in a pumpkin-shaped planter and make sure to stop in the store for some local produce to take home.

94-415 Makapipipi St., Mililani, (808) 625-2800, marisgardens.com, @maris_gardens

 

Aloun Farms Drive Thru Pumpkin Patch Photo Aloun Farms

Photo: Aloun Farms

 

Aloun Farms Giant Pumpkin Harvest Drive-Thru Market

Saturdays and Sundays, Oct. 16 through Oct. 24, 9 a.m.–5 p.m.

Pull in to pick up mini, small or giant pumpkins, corn, melons and more from Aloun Farms. Small pumpkins  (6 to 8 pounds) are $5. Only giant pumpkins (35 to 60 pounds) are available for you to pick right off the vine for $50. Masks are required. No reservations are needed but you will need to keep your shopping trip to 15 minutes.

Free admission. 91-1440 Farrington Highway, Kapolei, alounfarms.com, @alounfarmshawaii

 

 

Haunted Trail and Trick-or-Treat at Bay View Mini-Putt

Daily, Friday, Oct. 22 through Sunday, Oct. 31. Keiki hour is 6 to 7:30 p.m. Haunted Trail is 7:30 to 10:15 p.m.

Find glowing decorations, music and trick-or-treating at this event at the Windward mini golf course. Keiki hours has fewer scares and special effects for kids 9 years and younger. Older kids and events will see more animatronics and spookier special effects later in the evening. Everyone who pays can also compete for prizes at the end. People in the most creative and scariest costumes can also take home a prize. There is also a Holiday Glow Putt option which can be reserved for groups. This goes on a different course and includes glowing golf balls, decorations but no scare.

Haunted Trail: $25.50 plus fees for adults who will not play for prizes, $31.50 plus fees for each person. Holiday Glow Putt: $14.50 plus fees per person 3 years and older. 42-285 Kāne‘ohe Bay Drive, Kāne‘ohe, familyhaunt.com 

 

Kailua Town Candy Co. Seek & Treat

Oct. 23 through Oct. 31. 11 a.m.–4 p.m.

Bring a smart phone and go on a hunt for clues and treats through Kailua Town. Begin at the fountain near CPK, scan the QR code, then let the clues lead you to eight locations. At the end, solve a word puzzle to earn a treat bag. Adults can enter to win a $250 prize package with gift cards and prizes from local stores and eateries.

kailuatownhi.com, @KailuaTownHI

 

 

Events

 

We do update events when they are sold out, just so you can plan for next year!

 

Thursday, October 21

Halloween Tote Bag Make-and-Take at Ben Franklin Pearl City

Thursday, Oct. 21, 11 a.m.–1 p.m.

Kids can create their own custom stamp out of foam and use it to decorate a canvas treat-or-treat bag. For keiki 8 years and older. Masks are required.

$15, 850 Kamehameha Highway, (808) 455-1909, eventbrite.com

 

Photo: Courtesy of Holy Nativity School

 

Flick-or-Treat Drive-In Movie at Holy Nativity School

Thursday, Oct. 21, 5:45 and 7:45 p.m.

Drive in to watch Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas then the classic Hocus Pocus, or stay for both movies. Bring dinner and buy drinks, snacks and Candy Carousel popcorn to have it delivered right to your car. Gates open about 45 minutes before showtime as parking spots are first come, first served.

$33 plus fees per car, $41 with popcorn. 5286 Kalaniana‘ole Highway, holynativityschool.org

 

 

Friday, October 22

Flick-or-Treat Drive-In Movie at Holy Nativity School

Friday, Oct. 22, 5:30 and 7:45 p.m.

Drive in to watch Coco then the classic Hocus Pocus, or stay for both movies. Bring dinner and buy drinks, snacks and Candy Carousel popcorn to have it delivered right to your car. Gates open about 45 minutes before showtime as parking spots are first come, first served.

$33 plus fees per car, $41 with popcorn. 5286 Kalaniana‘ole Highway, holynativityschool.org

 

 

Halloween at Home Spooktacular

Friday, Oct. 22, 6:30–8:15 p.m.

Join a virtual costume contest, play bingo during a free screening of Coco and hope for raffle prizes at this event from Hawai‘i Children’s Action Network.

hawaii-can.org

 

 

Saturday, October 23

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

Saturday, Oct. 23, 11 a.m.

Consolidated Theatres at Ward is offering a series of Halloween favorites featuring magical and, for older fans, spooky characters. Every Saturday in October at 11 a.m., you can watch Harry Potter take on the Death Eaters and Voldemort then the Fantastic Beasts series.

$12.50, $11.50 for kids. Consolidated Ward, 1044 Auahi St., (808) 594-7044, consolidatedtheatres.com, @consolidatedtheatreshi

 

Pumpkin Photo Unsplash Marius Ciocirlan

Photo: Unsplash

 

9th Annual Mini Pumpkin Festival at Holy Nativity School-Sold Out

Saturday, Oct. 23, 90-minute time slots are available between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m.

A ticket gains keiki an hour-and-a-half to play games, one shave ice, a scavenger hunt, access to the playground and a chance to pick a pumpkin to buy as part of Holy Nativity School’s scaled back Halloween event. Tickets are limited. Free tickets to access the pumpkin patch from 4–5 p.m. are also available. Kids 3 years and older must wear masks.

$30, 5286 Kalaniana‘ole Highway, (808) 373-3232, holynativityschool.org

 

 

The Frighteningly Free Pumpkin Patch at Kapolei Commons-Sold Out

Saturday, Oct. 23, noon–6 p.m.

Register for this free event which includes a pick-your-pumpkin patch, photo ops with characters and a Halloween-decked out bus. On the lawn, the center will have 500 small- and medium-size pumpkins for pickers, one per person, then you can exchange gently worn Halloween costumes for another or accessories at the Goodwill Hawai‘i tent, take photos in front of the seasonally decorated Theo the Photo Bus and go trick-or-treating at participating stores. Characters will also be on hand for photos: Sully from Monsters, Inc., Moana, a mermaid and Twilight Sparkle will be there from noon–2 p.m.; Paw Patrol’s Skye, Chase and Marshall are onsite from 2–4 p.m.; Toy Story’s Buzz Lightyear, Spiderman and a fairy will close out the event from 4–6 p.m.

Free with registration. Walk-ins will be accepted if space allows. 4450 Kapolei Parkway, Kapolei, kapoleicommons.com, @kapoleicommons

 

 

Spooktacular at Ben Franklin Pearl City

Saturday, Oct. 23, noon–3 p.m.

Kids can play games, create make-and-take crafts and enter a raffle. Sign up that day in store.

$25, 850 Kamehameha Highway, Pearl City, (808) 455-1909, benfranklinhawaii.com

 

 

Halloween Boonanza at Ben Franklin Market City

Saturday, Oct. 23, 4–7 p.m.

Kids can play games, create make-and-take crafts, decorate cookies and enter a raffle. Sign up that day in store.

$25, 2919 Kapi‘olani Blvd., (808) 735-4211, benfranklinhawaii.com

 

Flick-or-Treat Drive-In Movie at Holy Nativity School

Saturday, Oct. 23, 5:30 and 7:45 p.m.

Drive in to watch Coco then the classic Hocus Pocus, or stay for both movies. Bring dinner and buy drinks, snacks and Candy Carousel popcorn to have it delivered right to your car. Gates open about 45 minutes before showtime as parking spots are first come, first served.

$33 plus fees per car, $41 with popcorn. 5286 Kalaniana‘ole Highway, holynativityschool.org

 

Family Movie Night: Hocus Pocus

Saturday, Oct. 23, 6–8 p.m.

Watch the Disney classic on the lawn at Honolulu Museum of Art. The event is limited to 25 people and seating is first come, first serve.

$10 for residents, kids 18 years and younger are free. 900 S. Beretania St., (808) 532-8700, honolulumuseum.org, @honolulumuseum

 

Sunday, October 24

Halloween Pony Beads Make-and-Take at Ben Franklin Pearl City

Sunday, Oct. 24, 10 a.m.

Make a simple candy corn, skull, ghost or pumpkin with pony beads.

$3, 850 Kamehameha Highway, Pearl City, (808) 455-1909, benfranklinhawaii.com

 


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Wednesday, October 27

Halloween Pony Beads Make-and-Take at Ben Franklin Pearl City

Wednesday, Oct. 27, 1 p.m.–2 p.m.

Make a simple candy corn, skull, ghost or pumpkin with pony beads.

$3, 850 Kamehameha Highway, (808) 455-1909, benfranklinhawaii.com

 

 

Thursday, October 28

Paint Pouring Workshop at Ben Franklin Market City

Thursday, Oct. 28, 3:30 p.m.–5:30 p.m.

Older kids will use wood, paint, mixing cups, cut outs and other tools to learn how to pour paint into a unique design. For kids 12 years and older. Masks are required.

$45, 2919 Kapi‘olani Blvd., (808) 735-4211, benfranklinhawaii.com

 

 

Friday, October 29

Kāhala Mall Halloween Event

Friday, Oct. 29, 4–7 p.m.

Meet Storybook Hawai‘i characters for some free photo op time. The Tower Princess, Dragon Princess, Beauty, Iron Superhero and the Blue Monster will be there for pictures as DJ Kool E plays festive music. Try out your costume to take home a free trick-or-treat bag of goodies. Tickets are required through the mall’s website later this month.

Free, 4211 Wai‘alae Ave., kahalamallcenter.com, @kahalamall

 

Histories and Mysteries Tour

Friday, Oct. 29, 4:30–6:30 p.m.

Learn the history of the Honolulu Zoo, supernatural sightings there and how zookeepers care for the Hawaiian hoary bat.  Each tour is limited to 20 people.

$25 general admission, $20 for Honolulu Zoo Society Members. 151 Kapahulu Ave., honoluluzoo.org, @honoluluzoo

 

Saturday, October 30

Halloween at Camp Erdman-Sold Out

Friday, Oct. 29–Sunday, Oct. 31

Head to the North Shore for a weekend of camp and Halloween-themed activities for the entire family.

68-385 Farrington Highway, Waialua, ymcahonolulu.org/camp-erdman

 

Music with Molly

Saturday, Oct. 30, 9–10 a.m.

Reserve a table outside at Keiki & the Pineapple to hear Molly Whuppie perform live. The mom, author and musician plays family-friendly music on the guitar, fiddle, ‘ukulele, box drum and gets kids on their feet for a little silly musical fun.

$50 for a table that seats up to five people. 909 Kapi‘olani Blvd., (808) 369-7025,  keikiandthepineapple.com, @keikiandthepineapple

 

Craft-or-Treat at Ben Franklin Enchanted Lake

Saturday, Oct. 30, 10 a.m.–2 p.m.

Make a glowing ghostly charm, trick-or-treat tote, hero mask, spooky jar lantern or iron-on mask to take home. Come in costume and you’ll receive a free DIY treat pouch.

$6 per craft, $25 for all six. 1020 Keolu Drive, Kailua. (808) 261-4621, benfranklinhawaii.com

 

Spooky Science Workshop at the Hawai‘i Children’s Discovery Center

Saturday, Oct. 30, 10 a.m.–noon (wait list) and 1–3 p.m.

Play with science for some bubbling, oozing and just a little spooky fun. Admission also includes an hour of play in the center. Face masks will be required for all kids 5 years and older. Proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test will be required for anyone 12 years and older, in accordance with city guidelines.

$10 for members, $15 for nonmembers. 111 ʻOhe St., (808) 524-5437, discoverycenterhawaii.org

 

Drive-Thru Trick-or-Treat at Town Center of Mililani

Saturday, Oct. 30, 10:30 a.m.–1 p.m.

Dress up and drive through the parking lot, stopping for treats from the center. Enter from Meheula Parkway and look for directional signs between Longs Drugs and Times Supermarket. Masks must be worn throughout the drive.

95-1249 Meheula Parkway, Mililani, towncenterofmililani.com, @towncenterofmililani 

 


SEE ALSO: ⚗️ Make It: Science Party


 

Fantastic Beasts and the Crimes of Grindenwald

Saturday, Oct. 30, 11 a.m.

Consolidated Theatres at Ward is offering a series of Halloween favorites featuring magical and, for older fans, spooky characters. Every Saturday in October at 11 a.m., you can watch Harry Potter take on the Death Eaters and Voldemort then the Fantastic Beasts series.

$12.50, $11.50 for kids. Consolidated Ward, 1044 Auahi St., (808) 594-7044, consolidatedtheatres.com

 

Music with Molly

Saturday, Oct. 30, 11 a.m.–noon

Reserve a table outside at Keiki & the Pineapple to hear Molly Whuppie perform live. The mom, author and musician plays family-friendly music on the guitar, fiddle, ‘ukulele, box drum and gets kids on their feet for a little silly musical fun.

$50 for a table that seats up to five people. 909 Kapi‘olani Blvd., (808) 369-7025, keikiandthepineapple.com, @keikiandthepineapple

 

Halloween at HoMA

Saturday, Oct. 30, 5–8 p.m.

Trick-or-treat around and make crafts at DIY treat bag stations at the Honolulu Museum of Art. Activities are included with the price of admission.

$10 for residents, kids 18 years and younger are free. 900 S. Beretania St., (808) 532-8700, honolulumuseum.org, @honolulumuseum

 

Sunday, October 31

 

Halloween Pumpkin Decorating

Sunday, Oct. 31, 9–10 a.m.

Reserve a table outside for some make-and-take pumpkin decorating. Each child will receive two to three pumpkins to decorate along with glitter, glue and paint along with other accessories as well as a piece of unicorn toast to snack on while they work. Go with your little ones friends because each table seats up to five people.

$20. 909 Kapiʻolani Blvd., (808) 369-7025,  keikiandthepineapple.com, @keikiandthepineapple

 

 

Photo: Archive photo from past costume events at Hawai‘i Children’s Discovery Center

 

Keiki Costume Ball at the Hawaiʻi Children’s Discovery Center

Sunday, Oct. 31, 10 a.m.–noon (wait list) and 1–3 p.m.

Trick-or-treat in this consistent Best of HONOLULU Family winning center, play games and do crafts. The party will be a bit smaller this year to allow for social distancing and face masks will be required for all kids 5 years and older. Proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test will be required for anyone 12 years and older, in accordance with city guidelines. At last check, there were some spaces left in the afternoon time slot. And if you were looking for the center’s DIY Halloween cookie decorating kits for $10, get it soon. Orders are due by Oct. 11 and last year, it sold out quickly.

$12 for non-members, $8 for members. 111 ‘Ohe St., (808) 524-5437, discoverycenterhawaii.org

 

Hallow-Zoo Scare-venger Hunt

Sunday, Oct. 31, 10 a.m.–2 p.m.

Follow clues and learn creepy animal facts to earn stamps at the Honolulu Zoo. The first 1,000 kids to complete their cards will receive a Halloween treat.

Free with admission to the zoo. $8 for kamaʻāina adults, $4 for kamaʻāina kids 3 to 12 years, kids 2 years and younger are free.  151 Kapahulu Ave., (808) 926-3191, honoluluzoo.org, @honoluluzoo

 

Halloween Pumpkin Decorating

Sunday, Oct. 31, 11 a.m.–noon

Reserve a table outside for some make-and-take pumpkin decorating. Each child will receive two to three pumpkins to decorate along with glitter, glue and paint along with other accessories as well as a piece of unicorn toast to snack on while they work. Go with your little ones friends because each table seats up to five people.

$20. 909 Kapiʻolani Blvd., (808) 369-7025,  keikiandthepineapple.com, @keikiandthepineapple

 

Keiki In The Kitchen Cupcake Decorating Photo Hawaii Food And Wine Festival

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Keiki in the Kitchen, Decorate with Rosanna Pansino

Sunday, Oct. 31, 1–2 p.m.

YouTube baker Rosanna Pansino will host a livestream decorating class where kids can turn cupcakes into glittering unicorns and adorable narwhals. You can purchase a cupcake kit which includes all the decorations you need for 12 unicorn cupcakes, two silicon spatulas, Pansino’s The Nerdy Nummies Cookbook and a cupcake recipe with a shopping list. Or pick up your own supplies and buy a ticket just for the live class.

$50 for access to the event and the cupcake kit. $20 for just the online event. hawaiifoodandwinefestival.com

 

Trick-or-Treat at Salt at Our Kakaʻako

Sunday, Oct. 31, 1–4 p.m.

Get treats at participating merchants and take a photo in the center and post it with @saltourkakaako to enter the virtual costume contest. One winner for best keiki costume and one for best pet costume will each receive a prize worth $100.

saltatkakaako.com, @saltourkakaako

 

Trick-or-Treat at International Market Place

Sunday, Oct. 31, 3–5:30 p.m.

Look for orange and black balloons to find stores participating in this free event. Make sure to top by the Treehouse on the second level for a free goodie bag, one per keiki.

shopinternationalmarketplace.com/pages/halloween

 

Histories and Mysteries Tour

Friday, Oct. 29, 4:30–6:30 p.m.

Learn the history of the Honolulu Zoo, supernatural sightings there and how zookeepers care for the Hawaiian hoary bat.  Each tour is limited to 20 people.

$25 general admission, $20 for Honolulu Zoo Society Members. 151 Kapahulu Ave., honoluluzoo.org, @honoluluzoo

 

Past Events

 

 

Saturday, October 2

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince

Saturday, Oct. 2, 11 a.m.

Consolidated Theatres at Ward is offering a series of Halloween favorites featuring magical and, for older fans, spooky characters. Every Saturday in October at 11 a.m., you can watch Harry Potter take on the Death Eaters and Voldemort then the Fantastic Beasts series. Wednesday nights, adults and older kids can watch classic Alfred Hitchcock films including Rear Window and North by Northwest.

$12.50, $11.50 for kids. Consolidated Ward, 1044 Auahi St., (808) 594-7044, consolidatedtheatres.com, @consolidatedtheatreshi

 

 

Sunday, October 3

Felt Candy Corn Keychain Make-and-Take at Ben Franklin Pearl City

Sunday, Oct. 3, 10 a.m.–11 a.m.

Put felt together to create a cute keychain.

$3, 850 Kamehameha Highway, Pearl City, (808) 455-1909, benfranklinhawaii.com

 

 

Wednesday, October 6

Halloween Tote Bag Make-and-Take at Ben Franklin Pearl City

Wednesday, Oct. 6, 3–5 p.m.

Kids can create their own custom stamp out of foam and use it to decorate a canvas treat-or-treat bag. For keiki 8 years and older. Masks are required.

$15, 850 Kamehameha Highway, Pearl City, (808) 455-1909, eventbrite.com

 

 

Thursday, October 7

Halloween Tote Bag Make-and-Take at Ben Franklin Pearl City

Thursday, Oct. 7, 3–5 p.m.

Kids can create their own custom stamp out of foam and use it to decorate a canvas treat-or-treat bag. For keiki 8 years and older. Masks are required.

$15, 850 Kamehameha Highway, Pearl City, (808) 455-1909, eventbrite.com

 

Saturday, October 9

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 1

Saturday, Oct. 9, 11 a.m.

Consolidated Theatres at Ward is offering a series of Halloween favorites featuring magical and, for older fans, spooky characters. Every Saturday in October at 11 a.m., you can watch Harry Potter take on the Death Eaters and Voldemort then the Fantastic Beasts series. Wednesday nights, adults and older kids can watch classic Alfred Hitchcock films including Rear Window and North by Northwest.

$12.50, $11.50 for kids. Consolidated Ward, 1044 Auahi St., (808) 594-7044, consolidatedtheatres.com, @consolidatedtheatreshi

 

 

Monday, October 11

Poison Bottle Make-and-Take Workshop at Ben Franklin Mapunapuna

Monday, Oct. 11, 1–2 p.m.

Create a little bottle to use as a charm or pendant. For crafters 5 years and older. Face masks are required.

$8, 2810 Paʻa St., (808) 833-3800, benfranklinhawaii.com

 

 

Tuesday, October 12

Poison Bottle Make-and-Take Workshop at Ben Franklin Mapunapuna

Tuesday, Oct. 12, 1–2 p.m.

Create a little bottle to use as a charm or pendant. For crafters 5 years and older. Face masks are required.

$8, 2810 Paʻa St., (808) 833-3800, benfranklinhawaii.com

 

 

Thursday, October 14

Poison Bottle Make-and-Take Workshop at Ben Franklin Mapunapuna

Thursday, Oct. 14, 1–2 p.m.

Create a little bottle to use as a charm or pendant. For crafters 5 years and older. Face masks are required.

$8, 2810 Paʻa St., (808) 833-3800, benfranklinhawaii.com

 


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Friday, October 15

 

 

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Reserve Tickets: Trunk-or-Treat at Pearlridge Center

Tickets are available starting 10 a.m. on Oct. 15. The event is Friday, Oct. 29, 6–8 p.m.

Dress up and drive-thru this goodie bag giveaway. Each child needs a free ticket. There is a limit of four tickets per order and all four kids must be in the same car.

Free, 98-1005 Moanalua Road, ‘Aiea, pearlridgeonline.com

 

 

Saturday, October 16

Trio of Treats Make-and-Take Workshop at Ben Franklin Mapunapuna

Saturday, Oct. 16, 9:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m., last seating is at 11:45 a.m.

Create simple crafts to take home: batwing glasses, pony bead pumpkin and a yarn ghost family. The session for all three will take about 30 to 45 minutes.

$16, 2810 Pa‘a St., (808) 833-3800, benfranklinhawaii.com

 

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2

Saturday, Oct. 16, 11 a.m.

Consolidated Theatres at Ward is offering a series of Halloween favorites featuring magical and, for older fans, spooky characters. Every Saturday in October at 11 a.m., you can watch Harry Potter take on the Death Eaters and Voldemort then the Fantastic Beasts series. Wednesday nights, adults and older kids can watch classic Alfred Hitchcock films including Rear Window and North by Northwest.

$12.50, $11.50 for kids. Consolidated Ward, 1044 Auahi St., (808) 594-7044, consolidatedtheatres.com, @consolidatedtheatreshi

 


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Paint Pouring Workshop at Ben Franklin Market City

Saturday, Oct. 16, 10:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

Older kids will use wood, paint, mixing cups, cut outs and other tools to learn how to pour paint into a unique design. For kids 12 years and older. Masks are required.

$45, 2919 Kapi‘olani Blvd., (808) 735-4211, eventbrite.com

 


 

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