Ocean Photography Exhibit Debut

Punahou School's Kahi Bisho started his photography hobby two years ago.

Punahou School's Kahi Bisho started his photography hobby two years ago.

We're proud to sponsor Kahi Bisho and his exhibit debut of Ocean Photography. Throughout October and November we will be displaying the vibrant and energetic photography of this young Punahou School freshman.
Kahi is passionate about his hobby as a photographer and is currently taking classes to perfect his art. His first inspiration came from Oahu's local photographer Zak Noyle who does surf as well as underwater photography.
Click here to visit Noyle's website.


Kahi's exhibit will be open till November 30 and can be visited for free during one of our Ocean Craft Days.:
every first and third Saturday of the month.

Visit Kahi's website for more of his art.

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Kahi Bisho proudly shows off his Ocean Photography. Exhibit will be open Octobe 1st through November 30.
Kahi Bisho proudly shows off his Ocean Photography. Exhibit will be open October 1st and runs until November 30.
Visit Kahi's website for more information on his art work: shootshawaii.com

Fall Break - family workshops

The Shrimp Cube is our latest Opae Ula Pet Shrimp aquarium.
The Shrimp Cube is our latest Opae Ula Pet Shrimp aquarium.

Visit is this October for some fall break fun. Aside from offering Camp Squid - a half-day camp for kids grades 1 through 6 - we offer fun and engaging family workshops October 6 through October 10, 2014.

 

What is offered?

Squid Dissection October 6, 1:00 p.m.
Opae Ula October 8, 1:00 p.m.
Jewelry Design October 9, 1:00 p.m.
Splash Tour October 10, 1:00 p.m.
Click here to make a reservation.
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Make your own shell jewelry.
Make your own shell jewelry.

Halloween Gourds
Create a pumpkin with a ghost on top as Halloween decoration.
Create a pumpkin with a ghost on top as Halloween decoration.

Get into the Halloween Spirit and make your own unique Halloween themed gourd on October 18 between 10:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. during our Ocean Craft Day, There's no limit to your creativity.

Limited materials available. Purchase your gourd online to secure your participation
(please select persons making a gourd only)
.

Make a Reservation
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There's no limit to your creativity.
There's no limit to your creativity.

Lacy Veach Day - science exploration at its best
Touching animals is an important part of science inquiry.
Touching animals is an important part of science inquiry.

We're honored to be invited again to come to Punahou School's annual Lacy Veach Day on October 27, in honor of austronaut and Punahou graduate Charles Lacy Veach.

Every year, students from all over come to the Punahou School campus to engage in hands-on and interactive science demonstrations from the many participating companies. We will be there with a booth with live animals to see, animals to touch, and.free Gyotaku printing
This year were also hosting a squid dissection workshop.

Find out more information on Lacy Veach Day here.

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Make a free Gyotaku fish print on October 27 at Punahou School.
Make a free Gyotaku fish print on October 27 at Punahou School.

Volunteer with the Fish
Become an interpreter at the Discovery Zone where guests touch animals and learn about the ocean.
Become an interpreter at the Discovery Zone where guests touch animals and learn about the ocean.

Always wanted to volunteer with the fish and learn more about the marine ecosystem? Senior project, community service, building your resume, or just helping out for the fun of it? Whatever your reasons may be, by volunteering with the Living Art Marine Center you will help support our Marine Science Education Programs, learn about ocean animals, and have a lot of fun.

How do I get started?

RSVP for the volunteer orientation day.
Dates: September 27 and 28, 2014.
Click here to RSVP.



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Learn about Marine Life and have a lot of fun by volunteering with the Marine Center.
Learn about Marine Life and have a lot of fun by volunteering with the Marine Center.