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Holidays In Fort Wayne

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Olivia O.

Olivia is a full-time school counselor and a part-time food enthusiast. Having grown up in Fort Wayne, she takes pride in her community and encourages others to be tourists in their hometown. In her free time, Olivia enjoys walking the trails with her puppy, sipping coffee on the Landing, and perusing the local Farmer's Market.

Small Businesses that Support Big Change

Fort Wayne is a community that loves to give back, and in big ways! When you support theselocal businesses, not only do you support a hard-working neighbor, but you fund projects that help others all around the world find better, brighter futures. …

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A Guide to Exploring the Wells Street Corridor

Welcome to the historic Wells Street Corridor! Park the car and spend the day weaving in and out of charming boutiques and shops, then relax and refuel at any of the delicious and diverse dining options. Guide to the Wells Street Corridor in Fort Wayne Dining Start your journey through the corridor…

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Fort Wayne and Fido: Dog-Friendly Warm Weather Attractions

Whether you stay for a day, a weekend, or longer, Fort Wayne has a variety of events and attractions for you and your canine companion to explore! Things To Do Pictured: Dog on the lawn at Tincaps Paws and Claws Night / Credit: @superpup_marvel on Instagram Tincaps Paws and Claws Night Baseball…

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Exploring Historic West Central

West Central offersa mix of historic charm and modern influences at the center of Fort Wayne. Described as, "urban living at its best," the brick roads, Greek Revival-style homes, and small businesses make West Central rich in culture and community. …

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A Guide to Dining on The Landing

In the early 1800s, The Landing was the hub for business in Fort Wayne, Indiana,due to its proximity to the three rivers and the railroad. The first Fort Wayne post office opened here, along with the newspaper, theater, and eventual railway station. …

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