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Family exploring the murals in Downtown Fort Wayne

Summer in Fort Wayne

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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Locally Loved: Stephanie Burton, Fort Wayne Painter

Art runs deep in Stephanie Burton’s life. Her mother has been involved with Fort Wayne’s arts community for as long as she can remember, and is a major influence on Burton’s painting. Burton may not have attended college to focus on art, but Fisk University provided the perfect inspiration for finding her voice and celebrating her culture as a Black woman, which she shares with us through painting at Love, Lucine…

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Visitor Recommendations from Those that Know

As tourism attractions reopened with limited capacityon July 4, Fort Wayne is a destination you can feel safe to explore with your family or friends this summer. Plus, facilities and attractions are also taking additional measures to ensure the safety of visitors and guests…

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Discover a Sports Destination in Fort Wayne, Indiana

Fort Wayne, Indiana has been proud to grow its reputation as a destination in sports events for athletes of all abilities. In addition to having the only 3-sheet hockey facility in the tri-state area, a fieldhouse with 8 volleyball courts and 6 basketball courts, a full convention center, the Memorial Coliseum, and many more sports facilities, Fort Wayne is also home to Turnstone Athletic Center…

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What to Expect in Fort Wayne this Summer

We may be in the midst of winter, but January 28 is Plan for Vacation Day.What better way to beat the wintertime blues than to look ahead to some of the things you'll enjoy in Fort Wayne, Indiana this summer? Whether you're planning a vacation here or looking to take advantage of your own hometown, here are some of our recommendations. …

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