Girl Scout Troop 447, from Covington Elementary School, sells cookies at Canterbury Green Apartments. Girl Scouts of Northern Indiana-Michiana continues the annual fundraiser through March 5. Cookies cost $4 a box. For details, email email@example.com.
The Jewish Federation of Fort Wayne will host New York Times No. 1 Bestseller author Brad Meltzer for the People of the Book lecture, at 7:30 p.m. Monday, March 6, at the Rifkin Campus, 5200 Old Mill Road.
The Friends of Allen County Public Library will host author Eloisa James at 1 p.m. Saturday, March 4. The romance novelist and professor of English literature will speak in the Theatre at the Main Library in downtown Fort Wayne.
Rhonda (Hosler) Dennon kept busy among the scholars, athletes and musicians of Elmhurst High School.
Faith Lutheran Church in Roanoke will open a preschool and daycare for the fall 2017 school year. The program is open to children ages 3 to 5.
Members of the Fort Wayne community will once again get the opportunity to take American Sign Language classes thanks to the League and DeafLink.
The Cottage Event Center in Roanoke will present country-rock band Sugar Shot on Friday, March 24, in a fundraiser for the Huntington Boys &Girls Club. The concert is also a celebration of sorts of the event center’s successful first five years.
Frustrated gardeners watch the topsoil wash away with the rain and then try to figure out how to water their hard clay gardens.
Concordia Lutheran High School will celebrate the 34th annual Cadets in Cadence on Saturday, April 22.
Linda Huge is passionate about history. An elementary school teacher turned historian and local history instructor, Huge has been working to preserve Fort Wayne’s history for about 40 years.