Chicago Kids and Kites Festival invites kids and families to come Fly a Kite

Chicago Kids and Kites Festival invites kids and families to come Fly a Kite

The 22nd annual festival on May 2 in Lincoln Park/Montrose Harbor will provide free build and decorate kite kits and activities for the entire family

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A family favorite, the Chicago Kids and Kites Festival, returns to Cricket Hill at Montrose Harbor (Montrose and Wilson) on Saturday, May 2, from 10am to 4pm.

The free admission fest provides all you need to fly a kite including free kite kits (while supplies last) to build, decorate and fly your kite.

OR buy your own kite making materials from Chicago Kite, who will have a booth at the fest.

In addition to kids and family’s flying kites, kite-flying pro’s will be on hand including the Team Sky-FX, professional kite flyers who will display their synchronized kite flying maneuvers throughout the day.

Festival goers can also enjoy music from WeJam Academy youth DJs. 

Other family friendly activities include face painting from Indige Face, balloon artists, arts and crafts from Plaster of Paradise.

No need to go hungry, some of Chicago’s favorite food trucks will be on hand to keep fest goers stomaches from growling.

Kids and Kites Festival Information

The 22nd Annual Chicago Kids and Kites Festival is presented by the Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events (DCASE) and sponsored in part by The Boeing Company, the Chicago Tribune and 97.9FM K-LOVE and 94.3FM Air1 Radio.  

For more information, visit chicagokidsandkites.us and join the conversation on FacebookTwitter and Instagram (@ChicagoDCASE).

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