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April is National Kite Month

Weekend Well-Being: Let's Go Fly a Kite!

April is National Kite Month, and I think we should all celebrate this high flying holiday.

Twenty minutes of kite flying burns about 100 calories, so imagine how many you can burn kite flying for an entire afternoon. Meditating on the beauty of a colorful kite as it dances in the wind is bound to alleviate unhealthful stress. You can find an event in your area using this database. Pack a picnic, pack up the kids, and head out to a windy spot to enjoy some kite flying.

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bento-barista bento-barista 7 years
I love flying kites. That's what I did all day today. But, suggestion: don't get a complicated looking kite, they are harder to keep off the ground.
kikidawn kikidawn 7 years
I'd love to go fly a kite -- anyone know of a place to get a good one - not just a plastic little kids kite.
Spectra Spectra 7 years
We used to fly kites with my dad when we were kids. It was always so much fun. I kind of miss it, but maybe when my nephew is a bit older, I can take him to go fly one. I saw kites on sale at Walmart today and I almost bought one, lol.
oni1 oni1 7 years
i'm determined to fly an awesome kite this spring.
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