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Spring Travel Guide to Fort Wayne, Indiana

Fort Wayne, Indiana is the second-largest city in Indiana and the seat of Allen County. It’s a fun, friendly placepacked with activities for your next vacation. Fort Wayne is easy to reach by car, bus, or air travel and offers ample parking (often free!)…

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36 Hours in Fort Wayne, Indiana: Arts Itinerary

Beyond your typical summer family weekend away, there’s plenty for you to enjoy all year round with arts and entertainment events and activities in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Book your seat in advance and fill your weekend with an itinerary that suits your arts interests…

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Unique Holiday Performances in Fort Wayne

When I think of Christmas performances, my mind automatically goes to Handel’s Messiah (Hallelujah!) and The Nutcracker . While Fort Wayne, Indiana offers both of these beloved holiday classics, this city also proffers some great options more off the beaten snowy path. If you’d like to try something different this December, check out one of these unique holiday performances. They’re sure to make your holiday season one you’ll never forget…

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From Broadway to Ballet: Fort Wayne Arts Season Preview

I just got back from a tropical vacation, and the weather here in Fort Wayne is feeling pretty chilly. It’s sometimes hard to get motivated to leave the house when the mercury drops, but the arts—theater, concerts, you name it—provide the perfect impetus to make a visit to Fort Wayne, Indiana. You get to dress up, enjoy a nice dinner and maybe a cocktail or two and then sit in a comfortable seat in a warm room while music, dancing, acting, or all three blow you away…

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Experience the Violins of Hope in Fort Wayne

Violins of Hope have toured cities around the world and will now come to Fort Wayne, Indiana. November 9–24, experience a series of events that showcase this powerful collection of restored violins played by Jewish musicians during the Holocaust…

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