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Do you have plans this weekend?


Our weekends tend to be full of sleepovers, playdates, going to the beach and well the dreadful house work. I have made it a goal of mine to make it out of the house more, and not just the beach.  So I have started to compile a list of free events that are going on around Oahu and thought I'd share them with you. 



Did you know that Barnes and Noble held a storytime for kids on Saturday mornings?  After storytime, they offer a small activity as well.  Here is the schedule of what they are hosting each Saturday for April.   

On Saturday, April 1st the Art Explorium will be doing crafts at the Kahala Mall from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. For more details. 

Home depot does a kids workshop the 1st Saturday over every month. For April they are making super cute bunny baskets. My kids love this even because they get an apron and a pin in addition to getting to build the set item that month. Be sure to register for this ahead of time to secure your spot. 

Camp Erdman is hosting a family fun day on Saturday from 10-3. They will have a rope course, swimming, and archery available and will also be selling food and drinks. This is a great opportunity to check out what their camp has to offer. Save some time and pre-register today. 

And for my military readers, the Pearl harbor NEX is hosting an egg hunt as well on Saturday all day. I am not 100% on all the details as I had only seen it on the weekly flyer and it didn't have many details. 

Lastly, the Mommy Made Market is coming back to Oahu for the 1st and 2nd of April. There will be lots of local vendors as well as free activities. Find out about all the fun stuff here. 

I hope that you found a fun event to attend here on Oahu this weekend to break up your normal rutine. 

I would love to see photos and/or hear your feedback on the event(s) you attend this weekend. Comment below or message me on facebook or via e-mail. 

Have details on a fun event here on Oahu,  I'd love to hear about it.