Miami-Dade Parks' Haulover Park and Skyward Kites are delighted to bring back the Annual Kitetoberfest Kite Festival at Haulover Park, Sunday, October 18, 2009, noon to 5 p.m. Haulover Park is located at 10800 Collins Avenue in Miami Beach.
The free event will feature activities for kite lovers of all ages, including kite-flying competitions, paper kite-building classes, and spontaneous candy drops throughout the event from high-flying kites. Patrons can bring their own kites or purchase one on site.
The kite festival had been put on hold for a year while renovations and improvements were being completed at Haulover Park and Bill Bird Marina.
Patrons are encouraged to come out and enjoy the sight of hundreds of kites flying in the sky in the beautiful setting of Haulover Park.
For more information, please call Dan Ward of Skyward Kites at 305-893-0906.
WHO: Miami-Dade Park and Recreation's Haulover Park and Skyward Kites
WHAT: Kitetoberfest Kite Festival
WHERE: Haulover Park
10800 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, FL.
WHEN: Sunday, October 18, 2009, noon to 5 p.m.
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