Posted on June 09, 2019 at 8:00:00 am by Jessica B.

Kids Eat Free In Fort Wayne, Indiana

Parents, we know that taking the family out to dinner can get pricey. Even worse, kids with “discerning palettes” may reject what they ordered, forcing you to spring for an extra meal or risk dealing with a hungry toddler for the rest of the night.

That’s why we’ve updated our Kids Eat Free list. These Fort Wayne eateries will feed your little buckaroo at no extra charge, leaving a few extra buckaroos in your travel budget.

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Posted on May 30, 2019 at 8:00:00 am by Holley T.

McMillen home to largest indoor playground

Did you know that Fort Wayne is home to the largest indoor playground in the region, Kid's Korner? The facility at McMillen Park Community Center is 2,500 square feet of accessible playground.

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Posted on March 28, 2016 at 4:00:00 am by Janine R.

Make Science Fun at Science Central

With Spring in the air and everything in nature changing, exploration and curiosity will be at an all-time high for the youngsters. Fort Wayne has a place for you to nurture that inquisitiveness. Science Central is a museum that offers a place for parties, study trips, spring and summer camps and community outreach.

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Posted on December 15, 2014 at 9:00:49 am by Louisa D.

Come See a Fairy Tale Classic

One of the joys of watching the Fort Wayne Youtheatre is seeing how the kids work together to present a complete story. Actions and costumes are part of it, but the magic really happens when the stage becomes a window into a new world. The-Steadfast-Tin-Solider-1 Artist-in-Residence Harvey Cocks is one of the reasons ... More ›

Posted on December 11, 2014 at 9:00:04 am by Holley T.

Jam out with Sweetwater Sound

It can be difficult to find something fun to do every night of the week, and quite often Tuesdays get the shaft - not the first day of the week, but not yet the middle either. If you are looking for something to pull you out of your Tuesday slump, or a way to make the most of every day of ... More ›

Posted on December 05, 2014 at 9:00:00 am by Holley T.

Discover the Magic of West Central

Fort Wayne's Historic West Central Neighborhood emerged as a prominent residential area on the banks of the city's canal in the 1830s. Over time the neighborhood grew from a haven of the working class, putting them within walking distance to their jobs to a retreat for the upper and middle

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Posted on October 30, 2014 at 10:00:58 am by Holley T.

ENJOY the corn in Indiana!

Driving down the country roads coming into Fort Wayne from almost any direction, you'll run into your fair share of corn fields. The thick green stalks swaying gently in the wind, their leaves rustling crisply - corn fields bring to mind great summer memories, Field of Dreams visions of ... More ›

Posted on October 26, 2014 at 6:00:33 am by Holley T.

Cinda B. Factory Outlet Sale

If you haven't heard the name Cinda B., you've probably seen her bags floating around town. Locally made, these handbags, totes, luggage sets, and tech accessories are taking over by storm. Cinda Boomershine started the company in 2004 and began producing durable, fashionable, and colorful ... More ›

Posted on October 21, 2014 at 10:00:14 am by Holley T.

Marvelous Molecules moves into Science Central

Bill Nye put it best, "Science is the key to our future." While kids today might not still be watching Bill Nye with the same fervor of a few generations past, his statement rings true. And there is no better place to get kids interested in Science than Fort Wayne's own, Science Central. The ... More ›

Posted on October 08, 2014 at 10:00:28 am by Holly P.

Sky Zone: Why don't you bounce?

Sky Zone was not what I expected when I walked in. It’s very popular place and was pretty crowded when my husband and I arrived, but we were served right away. I would definitely say that the majority of the patrons were under the age of 16, but there were groups of older teens and adults ... More ›

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