They are calling for rain this weekend but let's hope it holds off because there are a bunch of fun free family-friendly events happening this weekend on Oahu.
Eat the Streets (Friday)
This month the Eat the streets theme is pork. The food trucks open up at 4 p.m. and stay open until 9 p.m. at the Kakaako Gateway Makai. For more information check out their event on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/events/1044188369058824/
Waikiki SPAM Jam (Saturday)
This is a great free event for everyone. There will be lots of entertainment and activities as well as food and other items for purchase. SPAM is a staple here on the Hawaiian islands and what better way to show your love than a huge party! The event starts at 4 p.m. and goes on until 10 p.m. along Kalakaua Avenue. For more information.
Grow Hawaiian Festival (Saturday)
This is another free event being held at the wonderful Bishop Museum. This event is in honor of Earth Month. They will teach about conservation, sustainability, Hawaiian culture and native plants. There will also be crafts from local artist and local vendors including plants food and kids games. For more information.
Ellison Onizuka Day of Exploration (Saturday)
The Ellison Onizuka Day of Exploration was created to showcase over 100 STEM-base activities, experiments, and workshops. This event is free at the Blaisdell Center and geared to families with children ages 5 to 14 that would love to explore these programs. There will be food vendors with food for purchase. For more information
Moanalua Elementary School Aloha Aina Day Fair (Saturday)
Tomorrow from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. head over to the Moanalua Elementary school for their Aloha Aina Day. This is a craft/vendor event that gives back to the school. Be sure to go hungry as they will have food and desserts for purchase.
As always let me know what events you're interested in or are going to. Share a photo or your experience of the event. And if you know any fun family friendly events going on on Oahu let me know. Let me hear from you in the comments below or on Facebook or via e-mail.