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Merry and Bright

Merry & Bright

Celebrate Spring in Fort Wayne, Indiana

The snow has melted, the sun is shining and daffodils and tulips are emerging from the grass. Spring is here (finally), and it makes for a beautiful time of year to explore Fort Wayne, Indiana, and appreciate all it has to offer…

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Enjoy Fort Wayne's Riverfront in the Fall

As a break from all of our great holiday events coming up in Fort Wayne, learn about how you can experience Fort Wayne's three rivers right now! If you're on a trip or planning a visit to Fort Wayne soon, here are a few ways you can enjoy Fort Wayne's riverfront…

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Fort Wayne Outfitters offers unique activities

Tucked away by the river in the historic Cass Street Depot - a building that looks like an illustration from an old fairy tale - lies Fort Wayne Outfitters and Bike Depot. This gem made its debut in Fort Wayne in 2007 and has been helping both residents and visitors alike to rediscover the joy of…

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Fort Wayne Trails Intinieraries: Foster Park

This is part four in a seven-part series detailing the opportunities that the Fort Wayne Trails have to offer. New this year, trail maps and itineraries are available online for visitors to the Fort Wayne area. Use one of these guides to plan your next visit. Fort Wayne and Allen County are…

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Fort Wayne Trails Itineraries: Shoaff Park Trail

This is part two in a seven-part series detailing the opportunities Fort Wayne Trails offer. New this year, trail maps and itineraries are available online for visitors to the Fort Wayne area. Use one of these guides to plan your next visit. Fort Wayne and Allen County are home to more than…

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Three Rivers...Three Times the Fun!

Why do the people of Fort Wayne fuss over a river? Because we have THREE! There's a ton of history and fun that can be had on these beautiful (and historic!) landmarks. "The St. Marys River cuts through the southeast section of Allen County, flowing northward, while the St. Joseph River cuts…

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