Now is your chance to submit stories and photos of this year’s flying events.
I have high hopes of getting out a Windsox by December 1st. Your help in getting articles to me ASAP would be very much appreciated.
If you don’t have a story, a favorite photo would do just fine…just let me know where and when it was taken.
Please submit your stuff by Wednesday November 19th at the latest.
Again…thanks for your help! Cathie Jung
I have attached two flyers for some upcoming workshops we will be having here at the World Kite Museum in Long Beach, WA.
We are excited to be offering Robert Brasington in January, and Rod Beamhuard in February. If you could please forward these along to the people on your distribution lists, that would be wonderful.
World Kite Museum
PO BOX 964
303 Sid Snyder Drive
Long Beach, WA 98631
Click the images below for further information, or contact the World Kite Museum
Come out and meet the current Executive of the British Columbia Kiteflyers Association.
Hear reports on this year’s festivals; see how the Club stands financially; find out how you can get involved in next year’s events.
Do you have ideas on how to increase membership? Raise funds? Get corporate sponsorships? Want to spearhead new activities or events?
Come give us your input. Your ideas and suggestions are always appreciated at the BCKA AGM
We are in the Gilnetter Room of the Community Centre.
Dear Members and friends,
The Executive would like to take this opportunity to thank all those who attended, participated and pitched in to help make the 39th annual Pacific Rim Kite Festival a huge success. We welcomed our international visitors Larry and Mary Zyler from Washington State, and Mike and Fran Goddard from the United Kingdom. We had some wonderful demonstrations from our quad line team Island Quad, and a returning visit and demo from past member Tristan Underwood. A special thanks to Nigel Spaxman and Cal Yuen for manning the sound tent. Our vendors supplied us with some tasty treats. Despite the light winds, we had a nice array of color in the sky, dotted by the odd sled kite made in our workshop tent. We welcomed a generous $2000.00 donation from ReturnIt, our local recycling company, and had both their mascot and ours, Mr. Kite (aka Taran Sukert), walking the field greeting our visitors.
The weather was predictably unpredictable, and we had to dash under the tents to avoid the thunder and lightning, but this did not seem to dampen the spirits of the participants nor spectators.
Once again, thanks to all who attended and we look forward to 2015, when the Club will celebrate its 40th Pacific Rim Festival anniversary.
Cheers and all the best for a wonderful summer of flying!
The Executive, BCKA