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Louisa D.
Louisa is a lifelong Fort Wayne resident. A long-time musician and literature aficionado, Louisa likes to explore the classical music offerings that Fort Wayne has to offer. (She also likes to browse the Allen County Public Library's stacks for just the right book!)

Johnny Appleseed's Legacy Lives On in Fort Wayne

Johnny Appleseed is a major cultural icon here in Fort Wayne. From the TinCaps baseball team to the epic Johnny Appleseed Festival every September, the man who planted apple trees and walked through much of Ohio and Indiana has left a legacy here that many like to recall…

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Experience Fall at the Native Trees of Indiana River Walk

Mm, smell that crisp, autumn air? There’s a certain tanginess to it, a welcome relief from the mugginess of summer. If you’re new to Fort Wayne or visiting the city, you might want to get an up-close view of what our local flora and fauna look like. So, tie on your walking shoes and grab a jacket. We’ve got a touch of wilderness right in northeast Fort Wayne, and autumn is the perfect time to see our piece of nature at its colorful best…

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Fort Wayne, Indiana Remembers Those Who Serve

You don’t have to travel to the shores of Tripoli to pay tribute to America’s military – you can stop right here in Fort Wayne, Indiana. From an air park to a coliseum to city parks, Fort Wayne has a lot of sites that commemorate the valor of the Summit City’s fighting forces…

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The Best Bird Watching Spots in Fort Wayne, Indiana

If you’re interested in bird-friendly habitats, then Fort Wayne, Indiana is the place to be. Designated in 2014 as a Bird Town Indiana by the Indiana Audubon Society, Fort Wayne has met criteria that make it especially bird-friendly. Where to Bird Watch in Fort Wayne, Indiana According to Jeff…

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