The Fifth Time To Fly Kite Fest Will Be Held At Lincoln Park On Saturday | Local News

High-flying kites, family activities and a picnic are the highlights of a free community event scheduled for Saturday.

The fifth annual Time to Fly Kite Fest will be held on September 25 from 11:30 am to 2 pm at Lincoln Park, 6900 18th Ave.

The festival will be sponsored by the Town of Kenosha and the Kenosha Parks Alliance, with support from Kenosha Kingfish, community partners and Gift of Wings in Milwaukee.

Kenosha Kingfish will provide free hot dogs, fries and water to attendees starting at 11:30 a.m. at the Concession Pavilion near 18th Avenue. Look for Culver’s Afternoon Custard, courtesy of Kenosha Culver’s on Sheridan Road.

The City has partnered with the Mary Lou and Arthur F. Mahone Fund to provide free kites to those who register to participate in the “Kids Mad Dash” at 12:45 pm People can bring their own kites. or get a kite at the festival participate in “Kids Mad Dash” while everyone tries to launch their kites at the same time.

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Gift of Wings features kite entertainment and demonstrations, with professional kites that coordinate acrobatic kite routines with music. Scott Fisher of Gift of Wings also presents the “Outta Sight Kite Flight” with the city at Kennedy Park in June. “A Time to Fly Kite Fest” is a smaller version of this two day kite festival.

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