Feb 17: Kite Day Festival, Haulover Park

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20th annual Kite Day at Haulover Park
Sunday February 17, 2013
12 to 5pm


The sky over Miami Beach will display a marvelous array of colors and figures from hundreds of kites in the air during the 20th annual Kite Day Kite Festival at Haulover Park, 10800 Collins Avenue in Miami Beach.  Expect to see the 100 foot flying squid, 30 foot flying scuba man, 300 sq foot parafoils. 30 foot flying Nemo Fish 150 foot flying rainbow and more.
 This year we are highlighting the “Kites of the Caribbean”. It’s a chance to see up close a museum of hand made kites made by our local kite makers in the styles and traditions of the Caribbean Kite Flyers.

Hosted by Miami-Dade Parks and Skyward Kites, these free events feature paper kite building classes  & demonstrations from longtime kite enthusiasts. In addition, there will be kite-flying competitions for both children and adults.People of all ages are encouraged to come out to fly their kites, make their own kites for free or purchase an already-made kite.  There is no limitation to the size and type of kite.  Those who just want to watch can bring a blanket and enjoy the sight of hundreds of kites in the air and some great live music.  Food and refreshments & kites will be available for purchase.  

 For more information, call Dan Ward at Skyward Kites, 305 893-0906 or Haulover Park, 305-947-3525. 
Admission free and parking $ 6.00.
We do recommend shoes with socks for running around in the grassy field.

1 comments:

Kate said...

Oh wow! This looks like so much fun, I'm so sorry I missed it. I love seeing all sorts of colorful kites especially from the balcony of our Miami beachfront hotels maybe next time!