Festival will help RIR ‘race’ into spring
Henrico Citizen Staff Reports 04/05/11
Richmond International Raceway will host its second annual Race Into Spring Festival on Saturday, April 9, from 10 a.m to 2 p.m., featuring a number of family-friendly activities.
The free event will include more than three times the number of displays as the inaugural event. Among the features will be: a petting zoo, featuring an alpaca, sheep, goat, rabbit, pony, pig, chicken and ducks; candy-filled egg hunts for children ages 12 and younger (times vary by age group, between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.); free popcorn, lemonade and water; hot dogs, hamburgers, chips and sodas available for purchase; face painting; a moon bounce and a “big” race bounce/slide; the Richmond International Raceway Pace Car; games, including bowling, bean bag toss and ladder golf; a live radio remote by 93.1 The Wolf; and displays, exhibits and giveaways from a number of local businesses and organizations.
Attendees should enter the property at Gate 4, located off Laburnum Avenue near Carolina Avenue. For details, visit http://www.rir.com
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