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Family exploring the murals in Downtown Fort Wayne

Summer in Fort Wayne

The Genealogy Center: Monthly Virtual Programming

The Genealogy Center and the expert genealogists who work there are a treasure trove of family history information. Even if you can’t visit the Genealogy Center in person, their services, information, and collection can be accessed virtually! One of their greatest gifts is their monthly virtual programming. Every month the Genealogy Center plans programs for you to enjoy twice a week…

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Mother's Day Events in Fort Wayne, Indiana

As the weather warms up and the flowers begin to bloom, we also celebrate our moms (or the mother figures in our lives) in the month of May! Here are some great activities and events in Fort Wayne, Indiana to celebrate mom on her special day. Mother's Day Brunch at the Zoo May 7 & 8 Come celebrate…

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4 Unique Districts of Downtown Fort Wayne, Indiana

From revamped historic sites and fine arts to downtown attractions and riverfront fun, the second-largest city in Indiana provides plenty of nooks and crannies to explore. These are just a few of the more intriguing locales you’ll want to get to know during your visit: The Landing One of Fort…

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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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Celebrate Spring in Fort Wayne, Indiana

The snow has melted, the sun is shining and daffodils and tulips are emerging from the grass. Spring is here (finally), and it makes for a beautiful time of year to explore Fort Wayne, Indiana, and appreciate all it has to offer…

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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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