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February 10, 2021

KEIKI INVITED TO VIRTUAL VISIT OF MAGNIFICENT CORAL REEF Waikiki Aquarium Joins Town Center of Mililani Keiki Club

 




When: Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2021, at 2:30 p.m.

Where: Town Center of Mililani
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What:
On this month’s Town Center of Mililani Keiki Club, kids are invited to explore Hawaii’s beautiful and essential coral reef with Waikiki Aquarium. Keiki and parents can tune in to “Staying Alive On The Coral Reef'' with Dean Spencer, an educator with the Waikiki Aquarium, to learn how the underwater ecosystem is vital to Hawaii. Watch Keiki Club on Town Center of Mililani’s Facebook and Instagram for this fun, educational experience and for a chance to win a $50 gift card from Ruby Tuesday.

To add to the fun, parents can also pick up free Keiki Craft Kits from Town Center of Mililani, while supplies last. This month’s ocean-themed kits include an Ocean Animal Mask Craft Kit, Ocean Animals Bookmarks and Shark Puppet Craft Kits. Go to the Town Center of Mililani’s management office, open weekdays, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., to get craft kits starting Feb. 10. Delicious snacks are available for pickup from a variety of stores and restaurants for children and families to enjoy.

Town Center of Mililani is proud to offer this opportunity to keiki while the Waikiki Aquarium remains closed to the public indefinitely. The aquarium has long served as an exciting, educational destination for island children and this virtual visit helps to keep keiki connected with its important educational program. Waikiki Aquarium – the second oldest aquarium in the U.S. – showcases more than 500 marine species, and maintains more than 3,500 marine specimens. Exhibits, education programs, and research focus on the unique aquatic life of Hawaii and the tropical Pacific. 

Town Center of Mililani’s Keiki Club is a popular program that normally draws dozens of parents and children to the center on the last Wednesday of every month but now held virtually. The program is open to keiki up to fifth grade and all activities are free. For now, the center is pleased to continue its kid-friendly activities online to be enjoyed from the safety of home by everyone. To help spread the fun and connect with others in the community, families are welcome to post photos and videos of kids participating in Keiki Club activities at home. Be sure to tag them with #TownCenterOfMililani for a chance to be featured on its social media.

Please remember that face masks are required when shopping at Town Center of Mililani. Guests must also avoid large groups and practice social distancing. Those who are at higher risk for illness, such as the elderly, those ill or recently ill or who have been around sick people, should stay home as needed to help keep everyone on Oahu safe. The center follows federal and local health guidelines. The safety of its guests and the Mililani community is the center’s top goal, with increased sanitation methods and cleaning protocols using CDC approved cleaning agents.

Located in the heart of Central Oahu and Mililani Town, the center has a long history of connecting its community together. Follow and tag photos of #TownCenterOfMililani on Facebook @TownCtrMililani and Instagram @TownCenterofMililani. See towncenterofmililani.com

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ABOUT TOWN CENTER OF MILILANI
Town Center of Mililani is a 449,000 square-foot shopping center with over 90 stores including Longs Drugs, Times Supermarket, PetSmart, local specialty shops, restaurants like CPK, Five Guys Burgers & Fries and Zippy’s, a newly-renovated Consolidated Theatres, and medical, financial and professional services offices. It is the largest shopping center in Central Oahu and one of the largest in the state. For more information, please visit www.towncenterofmililani.com #TownCenterOfMililani

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