Ed Carpenter, IndyCar Driver and Heather Carpenter, President, Indy Family Foundation are hosting a family event to kick off the month-of-May. The Indy Family Foundation which is a benevolent fund for those who work in motor sports.
After a very successful inaugural presentation in 2013, Indy Family Foundation’s “Festival on Main” presented by Firestone is scheduled for a bigger racing fan extravaganza on Friday, May 9, from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. The city of Speedway’s Main Street will be transformed into a celebration of the 2014 Grand Prix of Indianapolis (May 10) and Indianapolis 500-Mile Race (May 25) which will include a fun experience for the entire family.
The “Festival on Main” is located in front of the Dallara Indycar Factory and Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing, just a few blocks from the famed 16th and Georgetown entrance to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Proceeds from the “Festival on Main” will go to the Indy Family Foundation, a non-profit organization that aids those in the motor sports community who find themselves in financial need due to hardship caused by illness, injury or death.
The “KidZone” area will feature bounce houses, obstacle course, Sumo wrestling suits, Fire Safety House demonstrations, glitter tattoo stations and face painting. The fee for the “KidZone” will be $10 for an unlimited play wristband and $25 for a “Family Pack” of unlimited play.
For additional information on the “Festival on Main,” please go to the Indy Family Foundation website at www.indyfamilyfoundation.com or contact 800-815-9513.