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19th Annual Atlantic Coast Kite Festival

17th Street, Virginia Beach, Virginia 17th Street, Virginia Beach

Please join us for the 19th Virginia Beach Annual Atlantic Coast Kite Festival Open House Kick-off Celebration & Night Kite Fly Friday, May 3 from 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm Food, Soda and Drinks and Fun Provided Kite Flying Festival 17th Street & Atlantic at the Virginia Beach Oceanfront Saturday and Sunday, May 4 & 5 from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm Each day we provide Breakfast and Lunch Soda, water and beverages all day Saturday Night Party: 6 – 10pm Sponsored by Jackite and Kitty Hawk Kites Join us for good food and drinks, fun and socialization Contact Christopher and Charlotte Stankus - 757-647-5970 Location TBA Kite enthusiasts and spectators unite for the Atlantic Coast Kite Festival! This cherished event offers a rich array of activities that cater to people of all ages and skill levels. Take part in the “Best Kite Contest,” where all are welcome to showcase their creativity and flying prowess. Contestants can enter with either self-made or purchased kites, with judging based on the kite’s appearance, construction quality, and the participant’s ability to keep it airborne for five consecutive minutes at a height of 100 feet. Judging criteria encompass flight (sustaining flight for five minutes), […]

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