share the joy of kites
AKA will hold its 44th National Convention October 9-14, 2023, in Enid, Oklahoma. This will be our third convention in Enid, and will feature great flying fields, new facilities, and expanded People’s Choice Competition, a Kite Art Gallery, and much, much more. Convention AKA members can register here. More details are available here.
COME FLY WITH US
Flying kites is an uplifting event! Kites can be a hobby, sport, art, science project, or social event – sometimes all at the same time. Kites are fun to fly and beautiful to watch. Kite flying is a great activity for children of all ages. There is a real sense of freedom transcending borders when you fly. Flying kites crosses cultures, generations, age groups, social groups, and nations.
Kite flying is a wonderful and peaceful pastime. Kiting is for everyone — whether you’re a child who just built your first kite out of newspaper and twigs or a competitive sport kite flier who spends every available minute practicing your craft. We all share the same love of kite flying.
How to Fly a Kite
How to Make a Kite
THERE'S SOMETHING IN KITING FOR EVERYONE
Artists & Makers | Athletes & Sport Kiters | Engineers | Competitors | Event Organizers & Volunteers | Families & Children | Photographers | Scientists | Teachers & Students | Leisure Seekers
More about the AKA
We are men, women, adults, and children from all walks of life. Our interests run from kite building to multi-line kite competition, from miniature kites to aerial photography, and more.
The AKA is a nonprofit organization dedicated to sharing kiting with the world.
Our purpose is to educate the public in the art, history, technology, and practice of building and flying kites – to advance the joys and values of kiting in all nations.