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  • Ken Runke service There will be a memorial service held on Saturday, April 19, 3 pm, at Cremation Society of MN Chapel, 4343 Nicollet Ave S., Mpls. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made in Ken's name to the American Cancer Society at donate.cancer.orgHere is a link to Ken's Obituary from the StarTribune.We miss him.
    Posted Apr 8, 2014, 7:50 AM by Dean Murray
  • Join us for the Annual Kiwani's Kite Fly, April 26th When:    Saturday, April 26, 2014    noon to 4pmWhere:    Louisiana Oaks Park, Louisiana Avenue South, St Louis Park, MN, United States  mapPack a picnic lunch, bring your lawn chairs and watch the kites take flight. Or, bring your kite and fly it with members of the Minnesota Kite Society. The Kiwani's Club has Free kites for kids while supplies last.Free - no registration requiredFor information call: (952) 924-2500Directions: Click on this link or paste it in your browser - date if cancelled: May 24Following the kite fly feel free to join us across the street at the Park Tavern for some post-fly food and refreshments (separate checks). 
    Posted Apr 6, 2014, 8:01 AM by Dean Murray
  • CANCELLED - Fools Day Fly on Saturday, April 5th! No Fooling! Because of our recent snow, we are cancelling the Fools Day Fly tomorrow. The field will be to soft and wet. Please keep an eye on our facebook page and website for upcoming events.When:      Saturday, April 5, 2014  Noon to 4pmWhere:    Nicollet Junior High School                400 East 134th St                Burnsville, MN 55337  map/directionsThis event is a Fun Fly for Minnesota Kite Society (MKS) members. But the public is welcome to come and bring kites to fly. Kites will also be available from Dean Murray for anyone who comes without one.Nicollet Junior High School is located at 400 East 134th Street in Burnsville, MN. The school is located near the northeast corner of Nicollet Avenue ...
    Posted Apr 4, 2014, 3:10 PM by Dean Murray
  • National Kite Month - March 29th to May 4th 2014 Fly a kite duringNational Kite Month.Dedicated to the promotion and support of kiting,National Kite Month is a not-for-profit venture co-founded by the American Kitefliers Association and the Kite Trade Association International. Kite events around the world help introduce people to the fun of kite flying, the rich history of kites, the stunning artistry of kitemakers, and how kites can be used as educational tools.
    Posted Mar 26, 2014, 8:27 AM by Dean Murray
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Learn more About MKS here, check out some of the upcoming events, or find out how to become a member of the MN Kite Society.

Why You Should Join Our Club

The Minnesota Kite Society is dedicated to the promotion of kite flying throughout the State of Minnesota. The Minnesota Kite Society (MKS) is non-profit, non-discriminatory, all volunteer, and dedicated to widening the base of kite flying by providing information, assistance, and direction to interested parties.

MKS puts on kite flying events and kite building workshops helping to bring people into kiting. Kite flys are open to the public. All are welcome.

Flying kites has changed over the years. It's a great family activity. There are many kinds of kites, something for everyone.  The traditional single line kites, fancy show kites, duel-line and quad-line sport kites, fighters, traction/power kites. Kites can range from a couple dollars at the department store to several thousand dollars for the giant show kites.

KITE FLYING IS FUN! Come fly with us!