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. 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.
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.