Coyner Springs Kite Fly set for Saturday

waynesboro2editsPress release from Waynesboro Parks & Recreation

Saturday, September 27
Coyner Springs Park – Waynesboro, VA
10:00am – 3:00pm
Event website: http://www.waynesboro.va.us/257/Coyner-Springs-Kite-Fly

Bring the whole family and join Waynesboro Parks & Recreation for a day of fun at Coyner Springs Park. Come watch 100 foot kites take to the sky while enjoying kite making, parachute races, face painting and old fashion hay rides. So bring your lawn chairs and plan on spending the day! Food and drinks will be available for purchase.

This will be our eighth annual Coyner Springs Kite Fly. Last year we had over 1,300 spectators throughout the day. The event fits into a unique niche and once you see the majestic, colorful nature of 100 ft. kites in the air you cannot deny the awe inspiring grace of kites.

It has a multigenerational appeal and the ability to bring together families and community members, from the very young to the young at heart.

It is also unique because it is the only festival we hold in Coyner Springs Park throughout the year and it provides a perfect setting for the event with rolling hills and picturesque views of the Blue Ridge Mountains in the background.



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