Successful fly for One Sky One World

And the Candy Rains from the SkyCandy Raining from the Sky. This was one of the fun times kids had on Sunday, along with a kite give away and  flying with others. The wind was great, the day was cloudy and the temperature a bit cold, but for 2014, the flying year finished on a high note. While the temp may have been a little low, the day ended up a success with many parents and kids having fun all the same. Aaron King, Don Murphy and Jeff Kuhns collaborated to string a line of six Mega Fish into the sky. While we are sure this has probably happened other places, we really doubt that this many mega fish have ever been in the sky at such a small festival ever before. There was plenty to see in the sky this year, from Don’s Alligators to Aarons Lobster and Gecko along with Randy’s great Banners and Johns Pirate motif kite. Todd and Jeff were out Stunt kite flying, and Doug as well.  La Vista City Parks and Recreation supplied the bags of candy, and every hour on the hour we let it fall.  We within the club would like to thank you the public for making this event successful. We would also like to thank you for all of the events this year, and appreciate your attendance.

Next year we have plenty of events lined up, from La Vista, to Papillion and Bellevue, and the City of Omaha again in 2015.   We are looking forward to another year of flying and all plan to spend the winter repairing, creating, and planning for the upcoming year.  Thank you to one and all. Most of all, thank you to all of the members of the club that made this busy year come off well.

Join us for the One Sky One World Fly in LaVista this Sunday, October 12

Kids under the CaterpillarWhile the fall festivals are winding down, we have one more flying opportunity for the Omaha area before we are done for the year. This weekend in La Vista, on Sunday, at the La Vista Sports complex, right off of 68th & Harrison. We will be there from Noon to 4 pm, there will be Candy Drops, 1, 2, and 3 pm as well as a kite vendor and places to fly your own kites. Its amazing how fast the year has gone, and we will be getting our kites repaired and patched for next year. The winter will be upon us quickly, we will have many other opportunities for fun and activities in 2015. We are working hard with the communities in and around Omaha to get many more chances for you to see our kites and enjoy a day at a local park. If you attend these functions, please say something to our local Parks and recreation departments, as without these key individuals, we would not get this opportunity to share with the public! Enjoy La Vista this weekend, and thank you for