The Lions Club Be a Superhero 2: Return of the Lions will be Sept. 6-8 at Lions Park, 115 South Elm St. Below are answers to frequently asked questions about the event.
What is new this year?
“Heartwarming the World Tour” sponsored by Hershey’s. They will provide free s’mores samples all weekend. Also new is the Healthy Heart Interactive Display sponsored by Ascension Health in the Commercial Area Sept. 7-8. There also will be a cornhole tournament in the Lion’s Lounge at 5 p.m. Sept. 7.
What types of food are there?
There will be a wide range of festival food from local vendors. Options include elephant ears, kettle corn, breaded tenderloins, pizza, barbeque pork, gyros and sweet treats.
What is the cost and where do I park?
Admission is free (except for the Lions Lounge). Parking is $8 in Lions Park. For the parade, there also will be parking in the former Citgo lot on the corner of South Main and East Sycamore streets.
What are the festival hours?
The carnival is open from 6 to 11 p.m. Sept. 6, and the festival runs from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Sept. 7. The festival runs from noon to 6 p.m. Sept. 8.
Where can I get up-to-date information about Lions events?
Visit zionsvillelions.com or like the Zionsville Lions Facebook page.
Is there a lost and found in the park?
The lost and found is in the northeast corner of the park in the basement of the Lions clubhouse.
Do the vendors take credit cards?
Most vendors in the park accept cash only. There is an ATM near the Zionsville Little League Concession stand.
Is there a place for mothers to nurse their children?
There is a lactation station on Field 1 near the handicapped entrance entering the park from Elm Street.
Is there first aid in the park?
The first aid area is in the public safety area just north of the gazebo.
How do you become a Lion?
The Zionsville Lions Club is always looking to add to membership with individuals who are interested in serving the community. Please contact membership director Dan Dumbauld at firstname.lastname@example.org.