Welina Mai! on December 19th 3pm-5pm


Please Join Us on Wednesday, December 19th from 3PM-5PM

for Kaimuki Middle School’s Welina Mai!


Come at 3PM to listen to Doorae Shin from Plastics Free Hawaii talk about the impact that plastic has on our lives! Doorae is passionate about empowering youth and the local community to live in alignment and in balance with nature.


Then at 4PM stay to hear Tae Keller, author of her debut novel, “The Science of Breakable Things”. Tae, a local girl born and raised in Honolulu, describes herself as an author who writes about bi-racial girls trying to find their voices. She will be signing books from 4:30-5pm in the Cafe. Please see the attached flier to pre-order your copy now, just in time for the holidays or buy books for $20 with a check (made out to: da Shop).


Come see what the Kaimuki Middle School Sustainability Program is all about and take a walk down Sunflower Alley. We will gift you sunflower seeds (starting @ 4:30pm) once you’ve collected stamps at each of the stops on your map.


Before you leave check out our vendor/teacher booths to see what’s happening in ASVP, our After School Voyaging Program! Sign-ups for ASVP open for registration at this time!




Schedule for December 19, 2018 @ Kaimuki Middle School




3pm-3:45pm           *Public Welcome: Doorae Shin from Plastics Hawaii Talk in                         the Cafe


3:45pm-4pm          Welina Mai: ASVP Open House to Invited Family

& Staff Members Only

*Public Welcome: Ivie Bryant with our Sustainability

Program will share what’s happening on campus &

invite you to our ‘Sunflower Alley’            



*Public Welcome: Tae Keller, Author of “The

Science of Breakable Things”


4:30pm-5pm           Sign-Up for ASVP for Spring 2019

*Public Welcome:

     Book Signing by Tae Keller

     Fundraising: Plastic Free Hawaii Merchandise

     Fundraising: Pizza Dinner Sale

     Mini Plant/Herb Garden Activity

     Gift Tag Activity

     Door Prizes



*Public welcome to these activities