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Planning to spend a day taking in the sights and smells of DC’s world-famous National Cherry Blossom Festival? Mark your calendar to make one very special stop — the Blossom Kite Festival!

The skies over the National Mall will be filled with hundreds of colorful kites as the annual event kicks off on March 30, 2019, on the lawn by the Washington Monument. See the creativity of kite makers from all over the world in action as they participate in competitions and demonstrations.

Plus, bring your own to fly! Don’t have one? Bring the kids and let them make one at the activity station, then try it out on the Public Field. It’s a day all ages can enjoy!

What: Blossom Kite Festival
When: March 30, 2019; find the time(s) here
Where: On the grounds of the Washington Monument near 17th St. NW and Constitution Ave., Washington, DC
Event Details: Find them here

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