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  • Families fly kites at Kite Fly and Family Picnic.Schaumburg Park District

      Families fly kites at Kite Fly and Family Picnic.Schaumburg Park District

Schaumburg Park District

Join the Schaumburg Park District for kite flying!

Bock Neighborhood Center and Park, 1223 W. Sharon Lane, will host the annual Kite Fly and Family Picnic, a statewide kite fly for all ages, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., May 4. Flying 4 Kids is held to raise awareness for the Park District Youth License Plate program which raises funds for youth after school programming at Illinois park districts.

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"Flying 4 Kids gives families an opportunity to get outdoors and support their local park district," said Special Events Supervisor George Grey. "Families are encouraged to stop by Bock Park and picnic during the kite fly." Participants can bring their own kite or build one with a kite making kit.

Participants are welcome to bring a picnic lunch.

Pre-registration for this program is highly recommended. Registration is available at and District registration facilities. Cost is $7 for resident children and $10 for non-resident children.

Each paid registrant will receive a kite kit to design and build a kite.

For more information, call (847) 985-2141 or visit

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