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Fall in Fort Wayne

History Abounds at Johnny Appleseed Festival

In Fort Wayne, Indiana, a lone grave sits atop a hill in the middle of an empty field. It remains quietly undisturbed during the year, except for one weekend in September when more than 200,000 people converge on the surrounding area to pay tribute to the man buried there…

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Parks, Playgrounds, and More Outdoor fun in Fort Wayne

Fort Wayne, Indiana comes to life in the summer with festivals, attractions, concerts, and more. But on days when the sun is shining and nothing special is happening in the city, there is still a lot to do. The Fort Wayne Parks are some of the best in the nation and offer families a variety of activities for a memorable day out!If you are unsure of where to go, check out some of the great parks Fort Wayne has to offer…

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Geocaching Through Fort Wayne: What is it?

Growing up a fan of "Choose Your Own Adventure" books, I was intrigued to learn about "geocaching," a choose-your-own-adventure meets treasuring hunting activity. According to the official global website for this activity, there are over 1.933 million active geocaches and over 5 million geocachers…

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Lily Goes to Riverside Park!

Lily's Take on a Walk in Riverside Park Unlike my person, who loves the water and gets excited to flounder about in the pool, I am not normally a fan of anything wet. Maybe that is one reason that I like Riverside Park in Leo-Cedarville…

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