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Fall in Fort Wayne

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I’m a Fort Wayne native who graduated from IPFW in May 2016 with a bachelor’s degree in English. I plan to pursue a career in writing or editing in the Fort Wayne area. In my spare time, I enjoy reading, writing, being with friends and family, and spending time outside.

7 Ways to Enjoy Winter in Fort Wayne, Indiana

Fort Wayne has a lot to offer during wintertimewith a growing downtown scene, kid-friendly attractions, sports events, and other activities. Visitors can participate in some of the local favorites like ice skating at Headwaters Park and attending Komets games, or check out a newer event that highlights downtown Fort Wayne, Indiana. Here are some of the best ways to enjoy wintertime in Fort Wayne…

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10 Things to Do After 5 PM in Fort Wayne, Indiana

Fort Wayne, Indiana has plenty of activities and entertainment to keep visitors busy during the day, but sometimes it can be hard to find things to do much past dinnertime. Instead of going back to the hotel after dinner, check out some of these family-friendly and adult activities and entertainment that are open past 5 pm…

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8 Breakfast Spots in Fort Wayne

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but can also be the most forgotten meal of the day. Luckily, Fort Wayne has many restaurants that offer breakfast and brunch for when you're near the Grand Wayne Convention Center, the Memorial Coliseum, and many of our sports facilities…

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Fun Creative Classes in Fort Wayne

Note: Some classes and venues may have changes to to COVID-19 Pandemic Restrictions. Please consult with the organization directly. Have you ever considered enjoying a creative class while you're visiting a new city…

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After Midnight Activities in Fort Wayne

Fort Wayne has a lot to offer during the day with restaurants, shops, museums, and more, but many of them close as early as 10 or 11 pm. However, Fort Wayne does have hidden gems sprinkled throughout downtown and other parts of the city for the late-night crowd. Whether you visit a bar, a dance club, or a place to let out your inner child, you’re sure to have a good time at these late-night places…

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Enjoy Fort Wayne's Riverfront in the Fall

As a break from all of our great holiday events coming up in Fort Wayne, learn about how you can experience Fort Wayne's three rivers right now! If you're on a trip or planning a visit to Fort Wayne soon, here are a few ways you can enjoy Fort Wayne's riverfront…

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Fall in Fort Wayne: Cook's Orchard

Apples are one of the many fall-time food staples with popular treats such as caramel apples and apple cider. During your visit to Fort Wayne, make sure to check out Cook’s Orchard to get some local apples as well as other fruits and vegetables…

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Artlink’s Bicentennial Exhibit: Focusing on Fort Wayne

One of the many events Fort Wayne has to offer during Indiana’s bicentennial year celebration is the Bicentennial Exhibit at Artlink Contemporary Gallery. This family-friendly exhibit displays 200 pieces of art including sculptures, paintings, and photographs that represent Indiana. While many of the artists reside in Fort Wayne and surrounding cities such as Columbia City, New Haven, and Leo, there is also artwork from cities such as Goshen, Muncie, and Indianapolis. Outside of Indiana, some of the artwork displayed comes from artists who live in Chicago, Grand Rapids, and San Francisco…

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