Annual Kite Festival takes flight Aug. 28 | Pierce County

A spectacularly colorful day of all things kites will take place at Pierce County Parks & Recreation’s annual Kite Festival on Sunday, Aug. 28 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Central Meadow located at Chambers Creek Regional Park, 6320 Grandview Dr. in University Place.

The Pierce County Parks & Recreation’s annual Kite Festival is on Sunday

A spectacularly colorful day of all things kites will take place at Pierce County Parks & Recreation’s annual Kite Festival on Sunday, Aug. 28 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Central Meadow located at Chambers Creek Regional Park, 6320 Grandview Dr. in University Place.

Kites of all shapes, colors and sizes will be zipping through the air, providing an incredible spectacle for the whole family to enjoy, including kite demonstrations, family kite flying, face painting, bounce houses, and more.

There will be a kite-making workshop for the first 250 children, compliments of the Pierce County Kitefliers Association. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own kites, blankets and cameras to prepare for a full day of fun.

Youth Kite Festival t-shirts will be sold for $10 while supplies last the day of event. The site will also feature a variety of food vendors, including P&J Waffle’s Delight, Tornado Potato and On the Grind Espresso.

 

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