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April 8th - KTAI Retailer Into the Wind

April 8th – KTAI Retailer Into the Wind

National Kite Month is put on through the efforts of two organizations, the American Kitefliers Association (AKA) and the Kite Trade Association International (KTAI).  Through out National Kite Month the AKA has been running a featured member section on their blog. Do you want to get to know more about some of the folks you […]

April 7th - The Ultimate NKM List

April 7th – The Ultimate NKM List

Welcome to day 7 of National Kite Month!  What are you doing today to celebrate? We have seen a few folks that have been posting photos of their activities (and adding those wonderful tags #30daysofkites and #NKM). Folks have been flying kites in Louisiana and in Washington DC. There are hundreds of folks have been taking […]

Let's Recap!

Let’s Recap!

Nic O’Neill, the NKM Chairmen here wanting to give you an update not that we are solidly celebrating NKM. Well, the first few days of National Kite Month have come and gone, and boy oh boy it has been absolutely amazing what has been going on across the country. There was folks flying in Washington […]

FREE KITES!!! From the 'Thank You Charlie Program'

FREE KITES!!! From the ‘Thank You Charlie Program’

The “Thank You Charlie” program is run by the AKA in order to distribute kite kits at no cost to the recipient.  We are currently distributing bundles of 30 free kite kits.  The program is funded by donations made to the AKA.  Additional donations are welcome. The purpose of distributing kite kits is to encourage […]

Stickers, Patches, and Pins OH MY!

Stickers, Patches, and Pins OH MY!

It’s here folks! Well, at this very moment the stickers are here and available and the rest will be available soon. Head on over to our etsy shop and get your hands on some of the new stickers!   National Kite Month Etsy Shop  

Ansel Toney Memorial Kite Fly May 2nd, 2015

Ansel Toney started building and flying Delta kites on his farm in Farmland, Indiana back in the 1970’s. Ansel used Ripstop nylon, sewed the Delta sails with his wife’s old Victorian treadle sewing machine. He cut hardwood framing for his Deltas from boards he pulled off his old barn which dated back to the 1800’s. […]