Hoosier Kitefliers Society
The Hoosier Kitefliers Society promotes kiting by planning and coordinating kite activities, kite workshops, and kite demonstrations in conjunction with other community events. Please explore this website to learn more and plan to attend one or more of our activities. If you need more information, use our contact page to get in touch with one of our leaders.
The fine folks at Fair Oaks Farms have posted two videos from their Fair in the Air Kite Festival held on May 9:
Our thanks go out to Fair Oaks Farms, to all of the kiters and performers, and to the public who came out to see what kiting is all about -- some for the first time!
Also, you can view photos taken by a Muncie Star-Press photographer on the Star-Press website.
The Windjammers International Kite Team in their final performance of the day at Shipshewana's Kite Komotion 2015 festival:
Windjammers International Kite Team at Shipshewana Kite Komotion festivalPosted by Jay Farlow on Saturday, April 25, 2015
The Blues Brothers kite team in their final performance of the day at Shipshewana's Kite Komotion 2015 festival:
Blues Brothers kite team at Shipshewana's Kite Komotion Kite festival today.Posted by Jay Farlow on Saturday, April 25, 2015
Kite Team Fire and Ice in the final performance of the day at Shipshewana's Kite Komotion 2015 festival:
A is our tradition, the Hoosier Kitefliers Society will provide fee dinner to all current members who attend the Ansel Toney memorial fun fly May 2, in Muncie.
Persons whose membership has expired must renew prior to the event to qualify for dinner.
All members must make reservations for dinner, so the club will know how much food to order from the caterer. To make reservations, contact membership chairman Dick Claycomb by April 18. You can reach him via telephone, email or postal mail using the information below.
1003 West Commercial St.
Hartford City, IN. 47348
Of course, the kite fly itself is open the the public. Anyone may participate, regardless of whether they are members of HKS. Only the post-fly dinner is limited to current members.
The folks at Fair Oaks Farms has just added the following to their blog. For full details, please click on this link: http://fofarms.com/blog/2015/02/unplug-reconnect-at-fair-in-the-air/
Spring is coming. That means fresh air, warmer weather and flowers blooming at every corner. That means opening the windows for a sweet breeze and getting out of the house to spend time together. Put down your smartphones, step away from the computers and televisions and game systems and escape to the country to reconnect to one another. That’s the idea behind Fair in the Air.
This is shaping up to be a fun-filled, first-time event! Saturday, May 9 from 10am until 4pm.