#INDYTODAY | Events for Friday, May 2, and the weekend in the Circle City

INDIANAPOLIS - Food trucks, art and farm-to-fork eats. Here's the scoop on some events this Friday and weekend in Indianapolis with #INDYTODAY.

Every day, we'll keep you in the loop on happenings in Indy. Today and this weekend, there are a few items on the to-do list that might tickle your fancy.

Food Truck Friday

Get some fresh spring air on your lunch break and head out to Georgia Street for the weekly tradition. From 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. head to the west block of Georgia Street to pick from more than 15 food trucks. Barbecue, pizza, cupcakes, Mexican food and more.

The food trucks are so good, Food Network show "Eat Street" visited Indianapolis to get the scoop on the amazing tastes offered.

Looking for a particular truck, or don't know where the heck the west block of Georgia Street is? No worries! Here's an awesome food truck locator.

Farm To Fork Market

Looking for some chemical-free food? Head out to the Farm to Fork Market at Normandy Farms between 4 and 7 p.m. Friday. It's open every week, rain or shine, and is located on the city's northwest side. 

More information here.

Tour de Tire

While walking around downtown this month, you'll see many creative pieces of art made from tires. It's all part of the 13th-Annual Tour de Tire in honor of this month's big racing events at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The pieces will be revealed Friday during the Spring Gallery Walk and will remain up on display throughout May. Don't forget to head out to Mass Avenue Friday night to vote on your favorite tire piece.

More information here.

500 Festival Mini Marathon and 5K

It's the big weekend for runners in Indianapolis. The 500 Festival Mini Marathon and 5K are coming to town. And even though it happens Saturday morning, you can still register! Find out how here.

Lots of fun for the kids this weekend

The Children's Museum of Indianapolis is always chock-full of fun activities for the kids. This weekend, you could get free rock climbing tickets for children ages 6 to 12 -- or experience art together. 

Find a full list of events and activities this weekend at the museum here.


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