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Kids' Canal at Promenade Park

Spring in Fort Wayne!

Holley Taylor
Holley T.
Holley is a student at Albion College in Michigan studying English with a Creative Writing Emphasis and History. The Fort Wayne native is looking forward to her graduation in the spring. Holley enjoys reading, writing, dancing, and spending time with family and friends.

Parks, Playgrounds, and More Outdoor fun in Fort Wayne

Fort Wayne, Indiana comes to life in the summer with festivals, attractions, concerts, and more. But on days when the sun is shining and nothing special is happening in the city, there is still a lot to do. The Fort Wayne Parks are some of the best in the nation and offer families a variety of activities for a memorable day out!If you are unsure of where to go, check out some of the great parks Fort Wayne has to offer…

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Date Night in Fort Wayne

In the midst of a cold winter, at first, it can seem as if there is nothing to do. We can't take our significant other to an outdoor concert or for a long walk in the park, so what is there to do? The answer is: a lot more than you would think if you are in Fort Wayne…

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Rise 'n Roll Bakery: Much More Than Donuts

Recently a Rise 'n Roll Bakery and Deli popped up in Southwest Fort Wayne. Even before I stepped foot in the door, I'd heard a lot of buzz about the amazing donuts they were cooking up. So, I decided to check it out for myself. I was in for a real surprise! Not only does Rise 'n Roll turn out some…

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Summer of Glass returns to the Fort Wayne Museum of Art

The Fort Wayne Museum of Art has done it again; the Summer of Glass is back this year with a whole new exhibits of first in the glass art world. This year's exhibition features a trio of three exhibits with varying styles and methods. The first pays tribute to Dale Chihuly, one of the most…

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Finding your roots - Genealogists love Fort Wayne

With more and more easy to access tools like, delving into family history is becoming a popular past time. There is a network now for people from all over the world to share what they've learned, and then potentially even connect with long lost relatives. It is no longer a niche hobby…

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The Hoppy Gnome Opens in Downtown

Downtown Fort Wayne will welcome the latest addition this Friday when the gastropub, The Hoppy Gnome opens their doors. Located on the corner of Berry St. in the Anthony Wayne building, the Hoppy Gnome will be serving up some unique fare with the freshest ingredients. Their main focus is tacos, but…

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Buskerfest is Back!

Update: For information on this year's event, visit our Festivals page. It’s that time of year again, and BuskerFest is back for the sixth year in a row. On June 27th, Fort Wayne will once again close down the corner of Wayne and Calhoun Streets downtown and host a variety of different buskers…

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The Victorian Aesthetic at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art

The Fort Wayne Museum of Art has been working to serve Fort Wayne’s art needs since 1888 when it developed as a school. Then, in 1921 the museum function was added after a Fort Wayne local donated ten paintings to begin the formation of a collection. Since then, the Museum spilt from the art school…

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