About this Event
Celebrate spring and culture with Springfield Sister Cities! This free event for all ages highlights Springfield's sister city relationship with Isesaki, Japan and Tlaquepaque, Mexico.
Bring a kite to fly on the great lawn or build and decorate one for $5. Enjoy Japanese and Mexican performances and activities, and little ones can try their hand at breaking piñatas filled with candy.
Take advantage of free admission to the Mizumoto Japanese Stroll Garden from 10am-7pm. The Stroll Garden is open daily from March 30-October 31; admission is regularly $4.
The Cherry Blossom Kite and Pinata Festival is brought to you by Springfield Sister Cities Association in partnership with the Springfield-Greene County Park Board and Friends Of The Garden and with support from Springfield Public Schools, Springfield, MO.