Frontier Kite Fly set for June 6 in Naperville

  • Colorful kits will fill the sky during the annual Frontier Kite Fly which returns to Naperville on Sunday, June 6.

    Colorful kits will fill the sky during the annual Frontier Kite Fly which returns to Naperville on Sunday, June 6. Courtesy of Naperville Park District

Updated 6/2/2021 11:40 AM

The steady winds at Frontier Sports Complex on Naperville's south side provide the perfect atmosphere for kite flying.

On Sunday, June 6 from 1 to 4 p.m., kite experts from Chicago Kite will bring an amazing fleet of kites -- some 90 feet long -- to dazzle and inspire participants in the Naperville Park District's Frontier Kite Fly, presented by The Branch.


Participants also can enjoy flying kites at this free event, either by bringing their own kites or purchasing them onsite from Chicago Kite.

"Children will be delighted to see the colorful kites fill the sky," said Program Manager Beth Durso. "It's a fun way for families and people of all ages to kick off the summer season."

The event also will include free entertainment, featuring Ken Schultz the Flying Fool, presenting a juggling show at 1 p.m. and Scribble Monster, performing children's music at 2 p.m.

Rose Street Eats and Jimmy John's food trucks will be on site, offering food for purchase.

Frontier Sports Complex is located at 3380 Cedar Glade Drive just south of Neuqua Valley High School. Parking is available at the park.

Attendees are asked to review participation guidelines for programs and facilities prior to attending.

The Naperville Park District follows the guidelines issued by the State of Illinois under the Restore Illinois Plan and developed by the Illinois Department of Commerce & Economic Opportunity (DCEO) and the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH); those guidelines can be found here:

Event sponsors include The Branch, KidsMatter, Naperville Convention and Visitors Bureau, FBC Remodel, Texas Roadhouse, LeafGuard and Your Story Counseling, P.C.

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