Performers and Programs

Performer Information  
Performer name: Charles Stewart
Phone: 646 249-9165
Mailing address: 32-38 96th street
East Elmhurst, NY 11369-1805
E-mail address:
Performer's agent: More contact information : 212 234-3074
Previous appearances at: Chinese Museum, Manhattan, NY, Long Island Maritime Museum, NY, Williamsburg Kite festival, Brooklyn, NY, Atlantic Coast kite Festival, NY, Roosevelt Island, New City, NY
Contact information for New York State Public Libraries
Information last updated: 02/01/2012

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Let's fly kites (Teenagers and Adults) Other,
Visual Arts- Crafts,
Visual Arts- Drawing
Teens interested in kite flying will benefit from this program. This program is about why kites fly and why they won't. It enables participants to go kite flying, take their friends or children kite flying, confident they can handle any problems. Kites obey set physical laws. Knowing why they fly and why they won't is the key to an enjoyable day at the Park or beach. Kite history and kite safety is covered. Space permitting there will be a display of several different types of kites.They will Learn the parts of a kite as they are guided thru the assembly of a diamond shaped Kite they will take home. Flying line is supplied. Program length is about one and a half hour (some programs require more time. More advanced kite building programs involving different Kites are available for adults. Inquire if interested.
$201- $350
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