Abq Kite Flying

Where and when does anyone fly kites in Abq? Just for fun As a group As a club

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Kite Flying Enthusiasts - Is Anyone Out There? 6 Replies

Started by Ben Franz. Last reply by Ron & Linda May 8, 2011.

Edgewood Wind Festival 2011 1 Reply

Started by Ben Franz. Last reply by Ron & Linda Mar 20, 2011.

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Comment by Ron & Linda on May 13, 2012 at 9:18am
Here is info on the Los Alamos kite festival.
It actually is in White Rock.
Comment by Ron & Linda on May 22, 2011 at 6:57am

Los Alamos Kite Festival
Mostly Sunny
Mostly sunny, with a high near 78. North wind between 5 and 15 mph.
Comment by Ron & Linda on May 13, 2011 at 6:09pm

The Los Alamos Arts Council presents the annual Los Alamos Kite Festival the third weekend in May at the Spirio Soccer Fields in White Rock.

Keep an eye on the weather here ....


Comment by Ron & Linda on May 11, 2011 at 7:51pm
The Los Alamos Arts Council presents the annual Los Alamos Kite Festival the third weekend in May at the Spirio Soccer Fields in White Rock. The festival has grown over the years and now includes several pre-festival kite-building workshops for kids at local schools and culminates in a three-day-long, activity-packed, festival weekend. The kite-festival weekend kicks off Friday night with the start of Gordon’s Summer Concert Series and a night kite-flight demonstration. The main festival is held  Saturday and Sunday afternoons, and includes music, food, kite-building workshops, and lots of kite flying. Kite enthusiasts from all over the southwest fly their large, intricately shaped kites and hand-made flying works of art, demonstrate stunt-kite flying, and grace the fields with incredibly colorful banners.  Free kite-building workshops for kids are held on Saturday and Sunday afternoon where children build and decorate simple kites with assistance from volunteers. Kids use both their craft and artistic skills to put literally hundreds of these kites up in the sky. For the six-and-under crowd, prebuilt kites are available for decorating. A kite hospital is staffed with kite medics to mend the inevitable broken and injured kites using sticks, duct tape, and ingenuity. For those who do not wish to build their own, a kite vendor is at the festival with a selection of ready-to-fly kites to purchase.  Everyone young at heart is invited. Bring a kite, build a kite, fly a kite, or just take in the artful scene.
Comment by Ron & Linda on May 8, 2011 at 3:53pm

Just back from Edgewood - Pitty about the strong winds - a few people braved it and flew various kites - great friendly group and fun was had by all.


Comment by Ron & Linda on October 11, 2009 at 4:28pm
We saw people fly at Balloon Fiesta. Waiting for things to happen on the field.
Also when nothing is on at Balloon field I hear you can fly there - need to find out more though.
Comment by Studio Broadway Arts on August 28, 2009 at 11:58pm
We've seen people fly at Johnson Field, UNM. We take our family to the Netherwoods park when it's windy.
Comment by Nanci Tatham on July 1, 2009 at 11:31pm
Hi my name is Nanci. I am interested in getting back into kite flying. I have not flown in about 11 years. I have 3 stunt kites that I need to dust off and get into the air. Does this group meet on a regular basis. Are there any kite events comming up?
Comment by Fenton Ayres on May 4, 2009 at 1:34pm
In general, where is a good place in Albuquerque to fly a kite? I live not far from Bullhead, but there always seems to be something going on there on the weekends. (Which is great!) But I don't want to trip over anyone, hit a power line or interfere with a soccer/softball game. Thanks!
Comment by Ron & Linda on May 3, 2009 at 3:36pm
we will go for a look and take some kites - just in case

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