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Free Kite Flying Workship in Berkeley! Sport Kite Skills Workshop, Presented by BASKL Rate Topic: -----

#1 User is offline   Tom McAlister Icon

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Posted 18 February 2011 - 06:59 PM

FREE! Sport Kite Skills Workshop
Saturday Feburary 26th, 10am - 3pm
Cesar E. Chavez Park
Presented by the Bay Area Sport Kite League (BASKL)


If you lways wanted to get started with dual or quad-line kites but didn't know where to start, then BASKL's free Sport Kite Skills Workshop is the place to start!

Bring your own kite or use one of the leagues training kites!


  • Learn to fly a dual or quad-line aerobatic kite for the first time.
  • Get amazing tips to refine you kite skills.
  • Learn line management skills.
  • Find our about BASKL's regular competitions or...
  • Just get more from you new kite hobby.

BASKL is a friendly group who stand ready to help you get to most out of your aerobatic kites.
Don't be shy, just come up and say Hi!

The workshop will set up on the same part of the park where the Berkeley Kite Festival takes place.
Click here for maps and directions to the park. This page also show the operating hours for our Solar-Powered Kite Shop in the Park.

We hope to see you on the 26!

Tom McAlister
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Posted 25 February 2011 - 05:59 PM

BASKL Sport Kite Skills Workshop has been canceled

I am sorry to report that BASKL's President has just informed us that due to weather uncertainty, the league has canceled this workshop which was scheduled for Sat. Feb. 26th, in Berkeley.

If you still need some help learning to fly on Saturday (and it is not raining), please drop by our Solar-Powered Kite Mobile and we will do our best to help you out. Weather permitting we will be open in the park from Noon (a bit earlier than usual) till 5:30.

Keep you fingers crossed that we get some sunshine this weekend!

Tom McAlister


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