Fort Wayne Community Schools will welcome the public to hear student instrumental and choral groups in a free concert celebrating Music in Our Schools.
One out of three teenagers will experience physical, sexual or emotional abuse by someone they are in a relationship with before they become adults, according to information from the YWCA.
Fort Wayne’s African/African American Historical Society Museum, located at 436 E. Douglas St., is home to northeast Indiana’s largest collection of original African art.
A musical co-written by three men who grew up in Auburn will take the stage at the Embassy Theatre at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, March 31.
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Homestead High School’s jazz band performs for the judges at the North Side High School Jazz Festival. Carroll and Homestead were selected to repeat their shows for the evening performance. Carroll was the top honor band and Homestead second, Elkhart Memorial third and Snider fourth. Brad Wadkins conducts Homestead Jazz Band 1. See more photos at infortwayne.com. Homestead also will compete March 10 at Northrop High School; get details in this edition.
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A famous leprechaun, a growth spurt, sabotage — all will be featured in the original Ecstatic Theatrics play “Who Framed Lucky the Leprechaun?” at TekVenture on March 16-17.
Bishop Luers High School’s Reigning Knights men’s show choir and Knight Stars women’s show choir compete at the Northrop Classique show choir festival. The final local show choir festival of the season will be held March 10 at Bishop Luers High School, with shows from 9 a.m.-6 p.m., and the evening competition at 7:30 p.m. Tickets, sold at the door, are $15 for all day, or $10 for students. The invitational is the longest-running show choir competition in the nation. Eight high school show choirs and four middle school choirs are expected to compete during the day. For the full schedule, and for more photos of Luers show choirs, follow infortwayne.com.