One Sky One World (OSOW, also known as "World Kite Day") is the international day of kite flying where people all over the world fly kites annually on the second Sunday of October to promote world peace, friendship among all people, and awareness of environmental concerns. For further information on the history and purpose of OSOW, see http://earthnet.net/~jpa/osow/
Minnesota Kite Society (MKS) is one of many organizations that will be observing OSOW with a kite fly.
We will be flying in the open field next to the Twin Cities Harvest Festival and Corn Maze. The is reported to be in really good shape but there still may be some sand burrs. Shoes, socks and long pants are recommended.
The kite flying is free, to enter the Maze will require purchase of a ticket to the Maze. Here is a link to the website for the Twin Cities Harvest Festival and Maze. The Maze has a lot of fun family activities too. http://www.twincitiesmaze.com/ (If you purchase a ticket for the Maze before noon there is a $1 discount.)