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Fall in Fort Wayne

History, Culture Intersect at Miami Indian Heritage Days

Experience an important part of Fort Wayne's Native American heritage through Miami Indian Heritage Days. This cultural celebration kicks off Saturday, May 5 at the Chief Richardville House, 5705 Bluffton Road, Fort Wayne. Sponsored by the History Center, Miami Indian Heritage Days programs are held…

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Spend the Weekend Uncovering Your Past in Fort Wayne, Indiana!

Everyone loves stories, whether in books, movies, or TV. But the most interesting story is often your own! Have you ever wondered what your past held or where you really  came from? Fort Wayne, Indiana's main library, located in downtown Fort Wayne, has the largest public genealogy center in the nation. It is also one of the most comprehensive. The great news is that almost all of the services are free. Even better news is that you can get waist deep in your family history in just two days…

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Discover Your Ancestry in Fort Wayne, Indiana

Uncover your family history, and discover your story! Tucked into downtown Fort Wayne, is a place where many peoples’ story lives! The Genealogy Center, is the largest public genealogy center in the nation, offering guests an unparalleled experience in discovering their family history…

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Finding your roots - Genealogists love Fort Wayne

With more and more easy to access tools like Ancestry.com, delving into family history is becoming a popular past time. There is a network now for people from all over the world to share what they've learned, and then potentially even connect with long lost relatives. It is no longer a niche hobby…

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Share your #DayinAllenCo2015 Photos on May 1!

Calling all Allen County Residents and Visitors: The Allen County Public Library's "Day in Allen County" is approaching! What is this event, you ask? Every year, the ACPL asks everyone to take pictures of anything and everything happening during that 24-hour period to create a snapshot of the…

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National Novel Writing in Fort Wayne

November has begun and so has National Novel Writing Month, the challenge to write 50,000 words in a month. The point of NaNoWriMo is not to produce a perfect book ready for print, but to do a rough draft that can be edited later. The site explains that the nonprofit’s approach to creative…

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Tour Like An Insider: Don't Leave Town Without...

We asked our bloggers about the inside scoop on activities and places you can't leave Fort Wayne without trying or visiting. Here's what they had to share: If you’ve never made it to one of Northeast Indiana’s lakes, you’re missing out. Find a friend and enjoy the water. You won’t regret it…

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Did someone say "free"?

Budget-conscious visitors can find plenty to do in the Summit City at no cost. Here are a few wallet-friendly options: Summer is a great time to get active. Ride or walk on Fort Wayne's trail system. Fort Wayne is a dream come true for outdoor enthusiasts. Its 60-mile trail system and rivers…

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