The annual Discovery Fair at Leeward Community College offers a family-oriented day of engaging educational interactive exhibits, food booths and a variety of “Safe Communities” activities and information. The fair is presented on Saturday, November 4, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the Pearl City campus. Admission and parking are free.
Highlights of the fair include more than 50 bustling hands-on learning activities for the entire family. This year, all educational activities are offered free of charge!
For the sixth consecutive year, the fair also features Weed and Seed Hawaiʻi and Celebrate Safe Communities, offering fun and informative activities. Meeting Honolulu Police Department’s trained dogs, fighting virtual fires and exploring a variety of emergency vehicles add to the day’s excitement.
Weed and Seed Hawaiʻi showcases a number of federal, state and local law enforcement exhibits including Keiki IDs, McGruff, the Crime Dog, how to prepare for emergencies and fraud awareness.
Quicksand Goo�"a mysterious substance that’s both solid and liquid
Polymer Worms and Instant Snow�"the magic of polymers
Hands-on clay sculpting, including the opportunity to take a spin with a pottery wheel
Interactive Fire Station
Rockets: create and launch your personalized rocket
Bug City�"a close up look and feel of the creepy, crawly insect world
Tours of the Fossil & Mineral and Natural History exhibits
Additional fair offerings
Lightning Bolt Challenge: a speedy competition diving into the nuts and bolts of engines
Banana Bongos: create music with everyday items such as bananas, apples, and a cup of water
Old to New Papermaking: create artisan paper from recycled materials
Fun with Fish: Learn the ancient art of Gyotaku, the traditional Japanese method of creating an artistic print of a fish
Figure it Out: Decode an ancient Egyptian hieroglyphic message and win a prize!
Bubblicious Geometry: Take a stand inside a giant bubble or create some awesome bubbles in a variety of shapes and sizes
The Wonderful World of Anthropology: Take a selfie with our early human ancestor, the famous "Lucy"
Kreating Kalo: Construct a kalo (taro) plant out of new and recycled materials
Food booths, Used Book Fair and Traditional Korean games
“This is our 27th year in presenting our annual Fair. We’ve always placed family at the center and I am so proud of the event’s growth. There really is something for everyone. We’re happy to continue our partnership with Weed and Seed as we work together to make education fun for the youth and their families,” says Manny Cabral, Chancellor of Leeward Community College.
“We appreciate this tremendous opportunity to partner with Leeward Community College,” says Gale Braceros, Director of Weed & Seed Hawaii. “Bringing awareness to Weed & Seed Hawaii is critical as we continue to ‘weed’ out crime and ‘seed’ positive programs in our communities.”
Fair entry, parking and all educational activities are free. Food and community vendors offer a variety of items for purchase.
Saturday, 04 November, 2017
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