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Top 10 Can't Miss Family-Friendly Holiday Events in Fort Wayne

It may be hard to believe, but the season of dashing through the snow, and having a holly jolly Christmas is upon us. While I know there are many people who are dreaming of warmer weather and summer fun, I for one, am thrilled to usher in Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, and Vixen (and all of the other reindeer, of course)…

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225 Years of History in Fort Wayne, Indiana

Fort Wayne, Indiana was founded on October 22, 1794. To mark the anniversary of the city's founding, check out the following bits of history that you may not know. Discover History, Food, and Art Tours in Fort Wayne Quick History of Fort Wayne, Indiana Fort Wayne is Born After winning the Battle…

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History Abounds at Johnny Appleseed Festival

In Fort Wayne, Indiana, a lone grave sits atop a hill in the middle of an empty field. It remains quietly undisturbed during the year, except for one weekend in September when more than 200,000 people converge on the surrounding area to pay tribute to the man buried there…

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Don't Miss Out on Be a Tourist in Your Own Hometown!

As you hit the streets of downtown Fort Wayne on Sunday, September 8th for Be a Tourist in Your Own Hometown , you will be taking part in a 21-year tradition, celebrating Fort Wayne’s vibrant tourism industry. Discover All of Fort Wayne's Current Events The History of Be a Tourist Be a Tourist in…

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Your Fort Wayne, Indiana Fall Festival Preview

Fort Wayne, Indiana is known for our festivals. Almost every weekend from June to August you can enjoy a summer festival, yet the fun doesn’t stop after August. From period-authentic festivals,Halloween festivities, and frightening fun there are many weekends perfect for a fall trip to Fort Wayne, Indiana…

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