Join the PBS Hawai‘i Keiki Club for Tons of Fun This Halloween and Beyond
Its annual members-only party takes place Saturday, Oct. 22, with other perks year-round.
Your grandparents probably watched. Your parents probably watched. You probably watched. And if you have children, they probably watch, too.
We’re talking about children’s programming on PBS.
While generations ago television was the only option, today’s children can also watch from their favorite devices. With platforms like the PBS App and the PBS KIDS 24/7 Livestream dedicated to kid-friendly content, kids can check out shows such as Sesame Street; Daniel Tiger; and Jelly, Ben & Pogo wherever they go.
Here in the Islands, young fans can get up close and personal with their favorite characters through the PBS Hawaiʻi Keiki Club.
Each Keiki Club member receives a welcome packet, on-air birthday greetings, birthday gifts, and invitations to special members-only events, such as the annual PBS Hawai‘i Keiki Club Halloween Party.
Last year, the pandemic transformed the event into a Trunk ’O Treat drive-thru event. This year, keiki will be allowed to walk through the PBS studio parking lot and trick-or-treat at participating trunks decked out in PBS Kids or Halloween themes, enjoy activities, play games, participate in arts and crafts, and collect stamps to get a goodie bag at the end. The event is Saturday, Oct. 22, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Membership in the club is $30 per child. Want to learn more? Visit pbshawaii.org/hawaii-keiki-club or the PBS Keiki Club booth at:
- Trick or Treat Candy Crawl at Pearlridge Center, Friday, Oct. 28, 5–8 p.m.
- Backyard Adventures at Bishop Museum, Saturday, Nov. 19, 10 a.m.–3 p.m.
PBS Hawaiʻi Keiki Club Halloween Party—Trunk ’O Treat Members-Only Event: Saturday, Oct. 22, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
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