Exchange Club Kite Contest and Showcase at the ABC Kite Fest
Categories are run in the order listed below starting at 1pm.
Listen for announcements for when to report for competition.
1st, 2nd and 3rd place trophies are presented after each category.

*You can also register at the park on the day of the ABC Kite Fest!

Kite Contest and Showcase Rules
• Kites entered in the Contest must be homemade, but not necessarily by the person flying them. Kites assembled from commercial kits will not be considered homemade. Manufactured kites are not eligible for competition - but bring them to fly in the park!
• Contestants may enter only one kite per category. However, they may enter every category using a different kite (Exception: the 50-yard dash)
• Kites must fly to qualify for judging.
• Awards will be given to first, second and third place winners in each category. In the case of separate Youth and Adult divisions, each division will receive first, second and third place awards.
•Judges decisions are final.
• Contestants must register before the contest (registration starts at 11 am during the ABC Kite Fest) and must display their number at all times.
• Adults may assist children with their kites.
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Category Descriptions
50-yard Dash (7 to 12 years old):
Competition is open to children between 7 and 12 years of age. Kites will fly on 50 feet of string. Before the contest kite string will be measured by the judges. Contestants will race to the finish line. Winner must have their kite stay in the air for the whole race.

Highest Angle (Youth and Adult):
Contestants will release 200 feet of string and stand on a designated line. The kite flying at the highest angle overhead from the point of mooring wins the competition. For example, a kite flying directly over your head would win. Highest angle kite has youth (up to 15 years old) and adult (16 years and over) separate competitions. Report to judges before 1pm to have kite string measured.

Steadiest Kite (Youth and Adult):
The steadiest kite with or without a tail is the kite least active in the air. Steadiest kite has youth (up to 15 years old) and adult (16 years and over) separate competitions.

Strongest Pulling (all ages):
Kite pull will be measured in pounds. Exercise caution when flying your kite.

Smallest (all ages):
Kite entries must fly on 25 feet of line and be higher than the point of mooring. Report to judges before 1pm to have kite string measured.

Most Unusual (Youth and Adult):
Kite entries are judged on theme, construction and design. Judges will look for odd, striking or novel features and shapes. Most Unusual Kite event has youth (up to 15 years old) and adult (16 years and over) separate competitions.

Largest Kite (all ages):
Size is determined by the square footage of the sail. Kite trains are not allowed to compete in largest kite. Kites must be capable of flying for one minute to qualify. Contestants are limited to three attempts in this event. For safety, largest kites will be flown one at a time at the direction of the judges.

Oldest and Youngest Kite Fliers:
An award will be presented to oldest and youngest contestants that have entered the contest. All contestants must fly a kite unassisted to be eligible for this award.

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