The First Annual Ride for Peace & Block Party

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******REGISTRATION FOR THE RIDE FOR PEACE IS NOW CLOSED******

Take a ride featuring African-American historic sites in our great city!

Date: Saturday, September 2, 2017 MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND

Start: 11 a.m. at Watkins Park, 2360 Martin Luther King Drive

Route: (see map above) Ride past the Madame Walker Theater Center and other African-American history landmarks

End: Noon, at Landmark for Peace memorial, MLK Jr. Park, 1701 N. Broadway

Enjoy Cannonball beer for sale, various food trucks, and a NEIGHBORHOOD BLOCK PARTY from 11 a.m.– 4 p.m.

Cost: $10 per rider, $100 for up to 15 club members. Passengers ride free. Riders AND passengers must fill out a release.

Ride fee benefits Kennedy King Memorial Initiative (KKMI), a non-profit dedicated to building on the historical events of April 4, 1968 — when Robert F. Kennedy gave a historic speech in Indianapolis on the day of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s assassination. Kennedy supported workers’ rights and equality for all. KKMI’s mission is to heal our civil society with programs that eliminate division and injustice. Proceeds go to support KKMI’s Dream Keepers camp, a youth program focused on peacemaking and civic leadership.

Questions? Email us here or call 317-667-9341.

******REGISTRATION FOR THE RIDE FOR PEACE IS NOW CLOSED******

 Free t-shirts for everyone with online registration, available in sizes S to 5X.

Free t-shirts for everyone with online registration, available in sizes S to 5X.


Stay for the Kennedy-King Block Party!

celebrate the unofficial end of summer with your neighbors, food, family and fun! 

When: Saturday September 2, 2017 from 11am to 4pm

Where: MLK Jr. Park at 1701 N. Broadway Avenue, Indianapolis

activities and attractions include:

Yoga with The Hot Room Indianapolis

Peace Riders

Colts In Motion interactive traveling museum

Cannon Ball Brewing Company beer/wine garden

Food trucks: Big Ron’s Bistro and Poccadio 
and Simply Divine Cupcakes 

Arts for Learning  Big Chair reading with kids

IMPD 3 on 3 basketball games  

Grace Community Services backpack giveaway

*DPW barricades will be placed on Park Ave from 19th St. to 20th Street, indicating where motorcycles should be parked.

join our SPECIAL BLOCK PARTY GUESTS:

The Hot Room Indianapolis
Cannon Ball Brewing Company
Speak Truth to Power
Dream Keepers
IMPD
Arts for Learning
Grace Community Services
American Red Cross of Central Indiana
Black Girls Do Bike
IU School of Medicine
NAACP
Zach Adamson, City-County Councilor
Vop Osili, City-County Councilor
Warren Township PD
Radio One
Indianapolis Colts (Colts In Motion)
Big Ron's Bistro
Poccadio
Simply Divine Cupcakes 


THANKS TO OUR SUPPORTERS!