30th Annual Four Winds Kite Festival

With the first warm days of Spring comes the annual Toronto and Region Conservation Authority's Four Winds Kite Festival. The festival is a fun, springtime outdoor activity for the entire family and this year marks the 30th anniversary.

Watch as the skies rapidly fill up with colourful, eye-catching kites, both from the participating spectators and from renowned kite clubs, who will wow the crowds with spectacular demonstrations. Kids can fly their own or build a kite in the craft workshop which runs most of the day. Enjoy a self-guided hike through the conservation area, a family picnic and other great springtime activities. 

Launched in 1989, the Four Winds Kite Festival is one of the longest-running kite events in the country. This 30th anniversary special edition of the festival will include bouncy castles, live animal demonstrations, wind-themed crafts, live entertainment, face painting and more, all included in the admission price.

TRCA's Four Winds Kite Festival takes place at Vaughan's Kortright Centre for Conservation on May 4 and 5, 2019, from 10:00 am to 3:30 pm. Admission is $12 for adults and $6.50 for children and seniors. Children four and under are admitted free with their family and members are free. Parking is $4 per vehicle.
 Buy tickets online and get free parking.

It’s going to be a spectacular scenery! Find out more at www.kortright.org/event/four-winds-kite-festival/.


Photo credit: Toronto and Region Conservation Authority
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