Ocean City, MD 2010
Hamilton Elem. 2011
Mountain Top Kite Festival 2013
Lower Milford Elementary Kite Build 2011
Levitt Pavilion at Steel Stacks 2011
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A New Club – As early as 2004 Lehigh Valley Kite Society had started to decline in membership and interest. They had lost their “permanent” clubhouse which was in the Burlesque Repair Shop owned by Andy Gelinas. He had closed his shop in South Bethlehem, PA and moved about an hour north to East Stroudsburg. Seeing what was happening to LVKS, he made an offer to start a new kite club to the north and allow LVKS to merge into it. In late 2007, LVKS accepted this proposal and merged with the newly formed “Pocono Kite Symphony”. Andy and a couple of “loyal” LVKS members were intent to keep the LVKS name viable through mixed ground displays (both PKS and LVKS), keep up the tradition of Kids Kitebuilding that LVKS was so adept at, and an attempt to keep kiting alive in Eastern Pennsylvania. To see where we have been since 1991 thru 2007 hit the LVKS logo at the top.

  

UPCOMING EVENTS

 

— Next PKS Member Meetings at “The Clubhouse” —

Friday, June 12, 2015 and Friday, July 10, 2015

Pocono Kite Symphony member meetings are held the 2nd Friday of the month at “The Clubhouse” in East Stroudsburg

 

— Next PKS Workshops at “The Clubhouse” —

Saturday, June13, 2015 and Saturday, July 11, 2015

Kite Workshops are held the 2nd Saturday of the month at “The Clubhouse” in East Stroudsburg

 

 

Thank you to everyone that came out to

THE 25TH ANNUAL KITE DAY IN THE PARK!

 at Louise Moore Park in Easton, PA.

Even though Mother Nature didn’t bring us any wind,

we still had a great day!

 

 

IT’S FINALLY OUR FAVORITE TIME OF YEAR!!

Time for some fresh air, sunshine and lots of flying fun!

if you are looking for an interactive activity for your school “Field Day”,

church or community youth organization we would love to talk to you

about our Kids Kitebuilding programs!  Our programs are a great way to

introduce kids to  the fun of kiting, where they get to decorate and

build their own kite that doesn’t even need wind to fly!

If you would like to find out more please email us at

info@poconokitesymphony.com or

click “Contact Us” on the purple menu bar above.