Family exploring the murals in Downtown Fort Wayne

Summer in Fort Wayne

6 Ways to Celebrate MLK Day in Fort Wayne

On June 5, 1963, an interracial crowd overflowed what is now the University of SaintFrancis Performing Arts Center in downtown Fort Wayne, and waited anxiously for Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. to take the podium. His visit to our city was faced with plenty of adversity, as were many other facets of the Civil Rights Movement, yet Fort Wayne activists kept on fighting…

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The FWCZ Opens for the Season April 25!

Each spring, both children and adults all around Northeast Indiana begin counting down until opening day at the Fort Wayne Children's Zoo. If you've never been, please allow me to tell you just how much you're missing... I've been to the Nashville Zoo at Grassmere, Bronx Zoo and the Chattanooga Zoo…

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Karpeles Manuscript Library Offers Free Viewing of History

I love the current exhibit at the Karpeles Museum in Fort Wayne. You’ve not heard of the Karpeles Museum? You didn't know that Fort Wayne is one of the dozen or so cities in the US that houses traveling themed exhibits of unique historic documents? Or that these historic documents can be…

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