You’ve met someone special and you’re smitten. You’re looking for something more original than dinner and a movie. You want a fun date but one that’s still impressive. Why not plan a date a Parkview Field to catch one of the last TinCaps games of the season?
Whether it’s a 1st date or a 101st date, Parkview Field is the perfect place for a date. You’ll enjoy these last few days of summer building memories to you wont soon forget. With regular season games scheduled through Friday September 6, there are several home games left to choose from. Grab a bite of classic stadium dogs and burgers with a cold drink for a relaxing dinner. For dessert you have to try the apple dumplings ala mode in a Tincaps helmet. It’s the perfect size to share. You’ll have plenty of time to get to know one another in a relaxed, low-key atmosphere. Be sure to have your photo taken with team mascot, Johnny Tincap, and take part in all of the activities around the park.
Want to be romantic? Make a date for a night that includes dinner and post game fireworks. Parkview Field is within walking distance of some of downtown Fort Wayne's best places to relax and grab a bite to eat. There are several games throughout the season that include a very impressive fireworks display that you’ll have a front row seat for. Looking for a way to incorporate your family into your date? Parkview Field is a fun and affordable place to meet your date’s kids for the first time. The Tincaps provide fun for all ages!
While the post-season schedule has not yet been announced, the TinCaps have made the playoffs so be sure to check their website for a complete list of dates and times of upcoming games.
Michelle Merritt moved to Fort Wayne in 2008 and has found it to be one of the most warm and welcoming cities she's ever lived or worked in. She and her husband Jason live and work in downtown Fort Wayne. Together they are blending their big city urban experiences into life in America's biggest small town. Michelle writes and manages The Momish Blog and the Merrfeld Manor Blog. She is also a contributor to Moms Fort Wayne and The Paperblog where she writes about the joys and challenges of step parenting. Michelle also works as a professional career coach and recruiter.