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New Keiki Heroes Activity Book Now Available

We are excited to announce that Kai and Hōkū are back to continue exploring foods of Hawai‘i. The Food Basket-Hawai‘i Island’s Food Bank released its second keiki activity book Kai and Hōkū Explore Foods of Hawai‘i in the Ho‘oilo Wet Season. In the new book, the cousins will focus on foods that are ready to eat during the wet season of Ho‘olio (November-April). Tag along with Kai and Hōkū in completing fun activities, trying new recipes, and learning about healthy local fruits and veggies!

Download the book and sticker sheet at dabux.org/keiki-corner

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Upcoming Event to Explore Foods from the Ho‘oilo Wet Season

Bring the whole ‘ohana to this free Zoom class that will include recipes and keiki activities on Saturday, November 19 from 8:30 – 9:30 a.m. The class will be taught by Dr. Koh Ming Wei and Tiana Kamen, the authors of Kai and Hōkū Explore Foods of Hawai‘i in the Ho‘oilo Wet Season.

  • Families who are recipients of SNAP-EBT food benefits are eligible to request financial assistance during registration to help them purchase supplies needed for this class.
  • Register at bit.ly/3f7Rxvv. The zoom link can be found at bit.ly/3fkXV2p.

If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to Robert Munoz at robert@hawaiifoodbasket.org or at 808-437-3044.

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Keiki Heroes promotes health education materials that are culturally relevant and age-appropriate to support the physical, mental, emotional, and social health of children in Hawai‘i. We believe that keiki can be heroes by helping themselves and others to adopt healthy habits to support community health.

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As of 2022, Keiki Heroes became a project under Hawai‘i Public Health Institute.

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