Fort Wayne Insider Blog

Posts from April 2015

Posted on April 29, 2015 at 7:01:00 am by Amanda R.

Bring Your Pooch to Play in Pawster Park

If you're visiting Fort Wayne this Spring or Summer, not only is there plenty for you to do, but there are great options for your pooch, as well! What do you get when you mix dogs and great weather together in the Fort? Pawster Park, of course!

Pawster Park - a fun play on words of Foster

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Kickstart Fort Wayne kicked off in a big way last year with the inaugural Kickstart festival! A celebration of bikes, art and music in downtown Fort Wayne, Kickstart is ready to become the official start of summer festival in its second year! On Saturday, May16, the Main Street Arts Campus ... More ›

Posted on April 28, 2015 at 4:00:00 am by Louisa D.

Graduation Central, Fort Wayne

Updated March 2017

Lights! Cameras! Graduations! Fort Wayne is home to many commencement events that take place every spring with so many education options around the city. If you'll be in town for your friends or family's graduation, there is a lot to consider in preparation! 

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Can you spell A G-O-O-D T-I-M-E? The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee at the Fort Wayne Civic Theatre is sure to provide one! This hilarious tale displays an eclectic group of six mid-pubescents vying for the spelling championship of a lifetime. While candidly disclosing hilarious and

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Posted on April 22, 2015 at 5:45:00 am by Jasmine B.

Share your #DayinAllenCo2015 Photos on May 1!

Calling all Allen County Residents and Visitors:

The Allen County Public Library's "Day in Allen County" is approaching! What is this event, you ask? Every year, the ACPL asks everyone to take pictures of anything and everything happening during that 24-hour period to create a snapshot of the

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Fort Wayne is home to many festivals, but few are devoted to celebrating the love of beer.

If you enjoy hopp-y goodness, you won't want to miss Irish pub JK O'Donnell's third annual beer festival. Beoir Go Leoir (which is Gaelic for "lots of beer" and is pronounced "beer galore") is coming

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