If you're in Fort Wayne for the weekend, you might find yourself with some time on your hands Sunday. You might think that Fort Wayne is dead on a Sunday, but you couldn't be more wrong. Here are a few ways to take in the Fort on a Sunday:

Geneology Center: Want to find out if you're related to Abe Lincoln after all? The Allen County Public Library's Geneology Center is the place to go. They have one of the largest research collections available, incorporating records from around the world. Staff are knowledgeable and happy to help. Fair warning: It's easy to get lost in history, so plan to carve out a few hours forFt. Wayne Outdoor Yoga research. The service is free to use.

Foellinger Freimann-Botanical Conservatory: More of a nature lover? You'll love the conservatory. Their Showcase Garden changes four times a year to celebrate the changing seasons. And regular exhibits never disappoint. (Think butterflies!) Admission is $5.00 for adults and $3 for children 3-17.

Fort Wayne Outdoor Yoga: What better way to close your weekend than with a meditation practice? Fort Wayne Outdoor Yoga Founder and Instructor Lanah Hake has been teaching yoga for several years and makes it a point to make the practice accessible to people of all levels and abilities. Join her (and other yogis) Sundays June-September at the sundial in Lakeside Park at 6 pm. The cost is $10 for a drop-in session. Follow her Facebook page for weather updates. 

Pedal City: Ditch your car for a bike. Pedal City is a fun way to see the city while enjoying an adult beverage. Oh, and don't forget to bring some friends! The maximum party size for Pedal City is 13 people (riders) although 10-12 is ideal. Only 10 people pedal. The rest are along for the ride! The cost for a 2-hour tour on Sunday-Thursday is $200.