The first Kegs and Kites took place last weekend and it was a super-delightful success. Kegs and Kites was an idea put together by myself, George G. Smith Jr. and Stepan Mazurov. Essentially, it's a day of kite flying and beer drinking to celebrate nice weather, wind, kites and beer.
In all, about 50 folks came out to drink beer (graciously provided by Flying Dog), fly a kite and get some sun. I also discovered that kites are pretty cheap - my Camp Rock kite was only $3 at Target. It featured a Jonas Brother on it - the non-curly one.
We should be having another Kegs and Kites when the weather clears up. It's pretty snowy right now, but when all that madness is over, expect some kite magic in Boulder.