The 8th annual Haltom City Carfest will be held on Saturday, April 1st from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. at Haltom High School, located at 5501 Haltom Rd. Carfest is a family-friendly free event for all ages.
Carfest welcomes collectors of cars, trucks and motorcycles...offering a venue for enthusiasts to showcase their ride for everyone. Registering to show your car, truck or motorcycle is $25 and includes an event t-shirt and a Carfest dash plate. There are over 20 categories available to enter. A registration form can be downloaded here. Judging begins at noon and the award ceremony begins at 1:30 p.m. Each car registered sponsors one Haltom City student for the our annual Back to School Health Fair.
Carfest also has loads of kids activities, including inflatables, a petting zoo, face painting and temporary tattoos, balloon twisters, crafts, free goodie bags (while supplies last) and more. The Haltom City Police Department will host a bike rodeo and they too will be displaying some of their vehicles. The Haltom City Fire/Rescue Department will have a fire engine and their Smoke House interactive training rig on display.
Winners of the Carfest Kids Coloring Contest will be announced and The Tonemasters will be there to provide musical entertainment.
Carfest is a fundraiser for Haltom City's annual Back to School Health Fair, where elementary and middle school students receive a backpack, grade specific school supplies, a vision screening, a keepsake family photo, as well as info from health agencies and community groups...all for free. Sponsorships are available for the 2017 Carfest and we need your help to reach our goals! To give you an idea of what a sponsorship provides...$30 sponsors one student for the entire school year. A sponsorship packet can be downloaded here. Download a sponsorship packet here. Sponsorships range from $100 - $2,500.
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For more information about the 2017 Haltom City Carfest, including sponsorship, vendor or volunteer opportunities, call Community Projects Coordinator Julie Orebaugh at 817-222-7767. You may also contact her by filling out this form.