Hawaii Mom Blog: 3rd Annual OZONE Day at Waikiki Aquarium






June 23, 2017

3rd Annual OZONE Day at Waikiki Aquarium

In celebration of World Ocean Month and drafting off of the wake of Hōkūleʻa’s triumphant homecoming – the Waikiki Aquarium will be abuzz this Saturday, June 24, with free ocean-themed activities for the whole family. OZONE Day is an opportunity to learn about our oceans through educational games and fun activities. Attendees can look forward to prizes, face painting and live Hawaiian music. OZONE, which stands for Outrigger’s ZONE, is a global conservation initiative centered on protecting the health of coral reefs and the oceans surrounding the iconic beach destinations of Outrigger Resorts – including our very own Waikiki Beach.

Booths include: Sustainable Coastlines, NOAA (National Ocean Atmospheric Association) Outrigger Resorts and Waikiki Aquarium. Event is open to the public for all ages. General admission prices apply for entry. 

9-11 a.m. – Invasive Algae Cleanup, honoring the life and work of Dr. Isabella Abbott
In previous years ~100 hardworking volunteers removed 220 pounds of invasive algae.
11 a.m. to 3p.m. – OZONE Day booths open
11 a.m. to 1 p.m. – Live Hawaiian music by Alika Souza and friend

Waikiki Aquarium – 2777 Kalakaua Avenue, Honolulu, HI 96815
Ample parking in metered lots surrounding the aquarium and natatorium. 

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