Pleased and honored to announce that I have signed a renewed three year Memorandum of Understanding with Alexander Graham Bell's Parks Canada Museum in Baddeck, Cape Breton.

The first MOU saw the sponsoring of a kite exhibit of kites Bell would have seen on his 1910-11 trip around the world, as well as the first international Kites to Flight Symposiums in Burlington and Baddeck.

This second MOU will cover, amongst other things, a Kites to Flight III (North America) in 2014; and Kites to Flight IV (International) in 2015.

Details will be announced early in the new year.
Our number one goal is to do whatever we can to contribute to a sustainable Bell Museum and Baddeck community in the face of increased challenges. Bell in Baddeck represents one of the world's only great kite history reserves, and we have a duty to ensure its future.

2013 - After five years on Pelee Island, we are in the process of moving the museum to the mainland here in the London, Ontario area.

We are exploring finding a much larger location, and incorporating technology to take advantage of smart phones, the Internet and global conferencing.

Some of the theme displays we will be working on are:
Dime Store Diamonds - Paper Kites of North America
Kites of the world
Kites to Flight
Pictures, Photos, Prints, Postage, Pins and Post Cards
The Politics of Kiting
The Bells of Baddeck

If you would like to participate in the development of one of these exhibits, to host one or to help sponsor one, please drop us a line at george@kitemuseum.com.

"In the sky, there is no distinction of east and west; people create distinctions out of their own minds, and then believe them to be true. - Buddha

The mission of the museum is to:
* Celebrate the wind
* Encourage cultural, environmental and family activities

* Develop opportunities for people with challenges to fly

... simply stated - to share joy.