Annual Kite Festival Has Novice to Expert Soaring High

Reporter: Madison Brown

UJW Winter/Spring 2017

At year 51 the Cherry Blossom Kite Festival is still flying high. Whether you’re a professional or a novice, the National Mall in the nation’s capital is the ideal kite flying destination, especially when the winds are whippin’. Straight Up Urban Voice senior, Madison Brown of Elizabeth Seton High School, in Bladensburg, Maryland has tips on how to make your kite soar.

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