Thursday, October 1, 2009
DENVER – Stapleton, former site of Denver’s original airport, will for the second year, once again become a flight zone during One Sky One World’s annual kite festival on Oct. 11, 2009, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Stapleton’s Central Park. Thousands of people will gather and launch their own kites at Stapleton’s Central Park for the One Sky One World Kite Fly presented by Forest City Stapleton, Inc. There, they will enjoy numerous musical acts performing on a solar-powered stage, kitefliers and celebrities from the world kite-flying community. Every second Sunday of October since 1986, millions of people around the world celebrate “World Kite Day,” and for the second year, the spotlight in Denver is on Stapleton’s 80-acre Central Park during the 24th annual global event.
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