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Winter in Fort Wayne

New Space Observatory Offers Free Stargazing

After over 20 years of working out of a storage shed, the Fort Wayne Astronomical Society shoot for the stars and fundraised $248,000 to construct a new, modern, public astronomical observatory in Jefferson Township Park. Now the society is using this unique, state of the art facility to give…

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Fort Wayne's Fishing Hotspots

Peace of mind can be achieved by incorporating a stress relieving hobby in our hectic schedules. While there are several activitiesthat can help you achieve this goal, none of them can match the might of fishing. Fort Wayne is home to many incredible fishing destinations for visitors and residents alike…

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Frightening Fun in Fort Wayne!

If you enjoy the frightening, ghoulish, and spooktacular, then the annual Fright Night in downtown Fort Wayne is for you and your whole family! There are plenty of activities for the family that enjoys fright or the families that enjoy the not so frightening…

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Be A Tourist in Your Own Hometown - New Events

Have you ever wanted to check out Science Central or the Botanical Conservatory for FREE? Well, Visit Fort Wayne makes that possible with the “Be a Tourist in Your Own Hometown” event on Sunday,September 11 from noon to 5pm! Everyone is invited to check out all of the amazing attraction’s downtown Fort Wayne has to offer. …

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6 Things (Mostly FREE!) to do at Allen County Public Library

One of Fort Wayne’s great spots is the perfect place for locals and visitors to hang out. I’m talking about the Allen County Public Library. The 14 locations throughout Allen County, including the main branch in downtown Fort Wayne, offer a plethora of regularly scheduled activities. There are many things to brag about with this library system, but I’ll limit my praises to 6 reasons…

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Be A Tourist in Your Own Hometown

So you've spent your life in Fort Wayne, and yet, when a visitor comes to town and asks about the History Center, the Courthouse, or the Botanical Conservatory, you cringe -- because you realize you've never visited! Never fear. Often we're least likely to visit attractions right in our own backyards. If this is true for you -- or even if it's not -- you'll enjoy Be A Tourist In Your Own Hometown day, held this year on Sunday, September 11, from noon until 5…

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Patriotic Pops: Celebrating the Best of America

The Fort Wayne Philharmonic will be giving a series of Patriotic Pops concerts, including a special event here in Fort Wayne, at Parkview Field. The Fort Wayne Patriotic Pops will begin at 8:30 p.m. on Sunday, July 3, and will conclude with fireworks. Selections on the concert range from standard classics, like “Stars and Stripes Forever,” to newer works, such as “Gardens of Stone” by Indianapolis-based composer James Beckel. The concert is free and open to the public. Gates (and concessions) open at 5 p.m., and the best seats are around home plate. Last year’s concert had more than 8,000 attendees, so you’ll definitely want to stake your claim to a seat early…

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Riverpalooza 2016 - Fort Wayne

What is it? Riverpalooza, in its second year in Fort Wayne, is a free festival with live music, food trucks, and the piece de resistance…dragon boat races. Last year kicked off the first ever Riverpalooza with 25 teams competing. …

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