Spring kite festival in Alkimos attracts 600 people

The Shore Things kite festival marked the start of spring.
The Shore Things kite festival marked the start of spring.

ABOUT 600 people attended a kite festival in Alkimos on the first day of spring.

The sky over Waterfront Park in Alkimos filled with kite displays and handmade kites over four hours on September 1 at the Shore Things event.

Ribbon dancers from The Academy of Gymnastics in Butler also provided entertainment and there were lolly drops as well as food trucks and food for sale at The Shore Cafe.

About 600 people attended the Shore Things kite festival. See pictures at https://bit.ly/2CmlN1c

Posted by North Coast Times/Weekender on Wednesday, 5 September 2018

 

Shorehaven estate’s Shore Things will support Northshore Christian Grammar School’s family fun festival on October 21.

Visit shorehaven.com.au/shorethings for updates on future events.

Ichitaro Dunne making a kite with his mother Noriko.
Ryan Rosling with sons Tommy and Harvey Hannaford.
Raj and Tia with their son Rohan.