Every third Sunday of the month Bank of Hawaii organizes Family Sunday’s for the community so your Ohana can experience all HMoA has to offer with free admission. Experience the exhibitions with a tour, or join in the fun with drawing contests, storytelling and gallery hunts that your Keiki will love.
To reserve your tickets go to https://honolulumuseum.org
The Ho’ohiki Pilina Program (HPP) is an online class on healthy relationships and pregnancy prevention for youth on Oahu ages 14 – 18. Unhealthy relationships, dating violence, and risky sexual behaviors are a serious threat to the well-being and futures of many young people. Love Notes is a federally approved curriculum that addresses these issues by building conflict resolution and coping skills for healthy relationships of all kinds: romantic, friendship, family, school, and work. Parental Permission required.
Go to https://hpp.koka.org to see more detailed information and enrollment form.
“The Vatican, the Museum of Museums,” not only houses the extensive collections of art, archaeology and ethno-anthropology gathered by the Popes over the centuries, but also contains some of the Apostolic Palace’s most extraordinary and artistically significant rooms. Now you can visit this beautiful historical site from home.
Visit the museum here: http://www.museivaticani.va
Step into Van Gogh’s world in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Explore the world’s largest collection of works by Vincent van Gogh at home. The collection inculeds Van Gogh’s famous paintings and drawings as well as the works of his artist friends and contemporaries. Discover our fine collection of French and Japanese prints.
Click here for the tour: https://artsandculture.google.com/streetview/van-gogh-museum
The Louvre Museum is the world’s largest art museum in Paris, France and a historic monument. Visit the museum’s exhibition rooms, galleries, and contemplate the façades of the Louvre.
Come along on a virtual tour and enjoy the view.
Families are facing unprecedented challenges due to circumstances surrounding COVID-19. In response, we invite you to join our free online support community for parents and caregivers who may have children experimenting with, or dependent on, substances. Helpline specialists and specially trained parent coaches will host a series of live online gatherings to share insight and ideas on managing teen and adult children during this unique time. These gatherings are an opportunity to find support and connection along with tangible guidance on addressing substance use in the home, accessing treatment and ensuring continuous care during this crisis.
Click to register or find out more information: https://parentcoachescorner.us11.list-manage.com
This event is meant to honor mothers for all they do while providing much-needed supplies, resources, and family-friendly activities to those in need. While maintaining guidelines for social distancing, families will be invited to drive through a “festival of support services booths” to receive: groceries; chef prepared meals; CFS Family Lōkahi Kit; Community Resource Kits; PPE advice/items; Teachers (education tips & resources); and more.
Spots will be offered on a first come first serve basis and you must RSVP to attend this free event. To register for a slot, or find out more information click here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/festival-of-hope
The Call to Unite is a 24-hour global livestream event that invites people across the world to celebrate our shared humanity. We will stand in solidarity with those experiencing pain, fear, loneliness, and grief – and offer hope and support as we build a new future together. Featuring Oprah, Common, Daniel Dae Kim, Deepak Chopra, Eva Longoria, Josh Groban, and more.
Join in and watch at https://www.unite.us/#
Need a quarantine challenge? Get the whole family to make an instrument, recreate a Hawaii Artwork, and write your own hip hop rhymes! Then, take the Arts Quarantine Challenge! Join the Zoom webinar to find out how to participate!
Click here to register for the webinar: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register
Immerse yourself in ideas and see your world in new ways through art. In MoMA’s free Massive Open Online Courses on Coursera.org, you will hear directly from artists and designers, look closely at works in our collection and exhibitions, and join a community of learners unlike any other. Enroll any time and complete courses at your own pace.
Click here to enroll now: coursera.org/moma
Parents face more challenges than ever in having effective prevention conversations with their teens around marijuana use. Despite the fact that this drug is more potent than ever, perception of harm is at an all-time low due to legalization, medicinal use and methods of ingesting like vaping and edibles which seem so much easier and more palatable. We can’t give up! In this webinar, we will explore the important role parents play, discuss the landscape of cannabis products our kids may be exposed to and learn how we can reduce the chances of our teens using.
Register here: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register
The Hawai`i Children’s Action Network (HCAN) has created a website that identifies resources for families, including food, child care, financial information, and COVID-19 screening sites. Utilizing both online and local Hawai’i resources, the site compiles a wealth of information to help families navigate in these difficult times. https://covid19.hawaii-can.org/