Will The Indianapolis Food Allergy Heroes Walk Include You?
The Indianapolis Food Allergy Heroes Walk is scheduled for Saturday, August 19th. Although I haven’t visited “Circle City” yet, it’s on my list of Places To Go! Is Indianapolis on your list?
The Indianapolis Food Allergy Heroes Walk offers to singles with and without children a reason to visit Indianapolis for a weekend. When you register to walk individually, you support food allergy research. Also, your body benefits, by exercising. You might find new friends among fellow walkers at the Indianapolis Food Allergy Heroes Walk. During the walk, remember to approach other singles for suggested Saturday night activities, in addition to restaurant referrals. The Weber Grill Restaurant has a good reputation within our food allergic/gluten free community. Of course, remember to call ahead to any chosen restaurant.
After Saturday’s Indianapolis Food Allergy Heroes Walk, you should explore Indianapolis. FARE timed the Indianapolis Food Allergy Heroes Walk well, because the Walk overlaps the 160th Indiana State Fair, one of our country’s best state fairs. Have you attended a state fair lately?
If you don’t like the crowds of a State Fair, have you heard of the Pacers Bike Share? For a small pass fee, you can ride a borrowed bike, along the Indianapolis Cultural Trail for 8 miles. Perhaps animals interest you? Visit the Indianapolis Zoo at White River State Park. Of course, you may be an “insider”. After the Indianapolis Food Allergy Heroes Walk, if you prefer to stay indoors, the 14th Annual Indy Film Festival at the Indianapolis Museum of Art may appeal to you.
Enjoy your trip,