Where: Military Park, dwtn Indpls.
When: Sat., July 14th, 10-2 p.m.
It’s not often the words “cancer prevention” and “fun” go well together in the same sentence. But in the case of this year’s “Big Red Bash”, it works just fine. Hosted by local Indianapolis cancer agency, Little Red Door, the Big Red Bash is one of five annual events designed to increase cancer prevention awareness. This free event will be held on Saturday, July 14th from 10-2 in Military Park, Downtown Indianapolis. Attendees will participate, play, and learn how to prevent cancer by adopting healthy lifestyle behaviors.
Fun things to do at this year’s Big Red Bash
- Zip line
- Family fun zone with bounce houses
- Plenty of activities for kids of all ages
- Food truck rally
- Free health screenings
- Healthy food samples
- Live Concert
- Lots more
Help Set a New World Record
The really big news for this year’s event: They are going for a new world record by hosting the largest Zumba® class ever. The goal is to have at least 3,500 individuals participating in the Zumba® class at noon. If all goes as planned, it will put this year’s class in the World Record Book. Zumba is a very fun and healthy way to stay fit. Plus, it’s not often that you get a chance to break a world record! So come join the fun.
Also on Tap: A Live Concert
After achieving a new world record, up-and-coming British band, “Scars on 45”, will perform live. Local Indianapolis radio station 92.3 WTTS will be on-site to broadcast the performance.
About Little Red Door:
Little Red Door was established in 1947 as a local cancer resource that helps Hoosiers understand, detect and navigate cancer. Little Red Door helps over 7,500 each year by reducing the physical, emotional, and financial burdens of cancer for the working poor and unemployed. A variety of services are available, including cancer detection and screening for common cancers such as breast, cervical, and prostate cancer; client service, education and client navigation; providing free transportation for patients who must get to and from treatment, as well as helping patients acquire wigs, breast prostheses and bras, incontinence supplies, ostomy and medical supplies and free nutrition supplements.
1801 North Meridian Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202