Workshops can be for fun (parties & festivals), for connecting with the Divine (youth groups, church conferences, retreats), or for learning (STEAM classes or team building).

     This kite is a great starter kite that flies in winds as low as 2 mph and is fun for "kids" of all ages.

 This kite is a great starter kite that flies in winds as low as 2 mph and is fun for "kids" of all ages.

Fun, Party kites!

The Eddy kite and simple light wind kites are good kites for groups who do not need any in-depth help. The Eddy kite is a great flyer that requires only a mile and hour wind to fly and others like the done above, hardly need any wind to get airborne.

This is a single-line maneuverable kite.  Add a tail and it is with stable, but without the tail, it becomes a fun kite to play with, making it dance from here to there.  There are several versions including indoor kites and competitive outdoor fighter kites.

Attending to the divine within

Maneuvering these kites has probably made me think more of our relationship with the Divine than any other type of kite.  Need a workshop at your church or youth group?  Let us help you explore this unique spiritual but vitally important aspect of your life. 

 A bat (or bird) kite is a version of a delta kite which requires experimentation and the scientific method when building and flying it. 

A bat (or bird) kite is a version of a delta kite which requires experimentation and the scientific method when building and flying it. 

"STEM" or with arts, "Steam"

Applying science, technology, engineering, arts, and math allows students the opportunity to use their science and math skills to build and fly kites and their artistic skills (even English) to decorate and write about the experience. 

This kite is great for discussing materials as it utilizes carbon graphite, plastic film, weeds, and grasses to create an amazing indoor flyer that sails on the slightest currents. 

A box kite can take awhile but provide a good challenge plus the opportunity for collaborative work.