Fourteen-year-old Jaxton Orr, of Fort Wayne, got his feet wet in competitive kayak fishing in October and he is already making a splash in the sport. Jaxton has been fishing since he was 5 years old, his father, Jim Orr, said. Late last year, Jaxton took...
The Three Rivers Festival International Village opened Friday, July 14 and is a wonderful venue to learn about Fort Wayne's cultural diversity. International Village offers a wide variety of food, entertainment and crafts from around the world. It is open Saturday, July 15 from 11...
DJ Chilcote's day job is driving a truck for McMahon Tire, but in his spare time he enjoys building Three Rivers Festival rafts for the company. In fact, Chilcote is so skilled at building river rafts, TRF officials asked McMahon to construct a raft...
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Fort Wayne recently celebrated construction of its 200th home with a special downtown building party. Volunteers gathered at the AEP Plaza to frame the first floor walls of Mia Stevenson's new two-story home. The walls were transported by Home Lumber of New...
Southwest Honey Co. was founded by Alex Cornwell and Megan Ryan as an initiative to protect and conserve the local bee population. In 2016, "Explore The Honey Bee," a unique educational program for students K-12 was started as an introduction to the benefits of pollinators...
Fort Wayne's 37th annual Greek Festival kicked off June 22, and runs through June 25. For the women of Philoptochos at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church, preparations began in April. The group makes hundreds of cookies and pastries for the festival, including almost 500 trays of the sweet treat baklava. Find...
Ivy Tech Community College Northeast's new food truck, "Grasshopper," recently made its debut at Two-EE's Winery. The food truck will be used as a working lab for students in Ivy Tech's catering class, with each outing providing a different menu, though their will be staples that allow...
Germanfest is in full swing, and one of the local groups that make it swing is the Fort Wayne Tänzer dance troop. The group was formed about six years ago, and has around 40 dancers that range in age from 5-18. You can watch Germanfest performances by...
The YLNI Living Fort Wayne Concert Series is back for a fourth year in the heart of Fort Wayne. The free concerts showcase local bands, local food trucks and the downtown riverfront at Headwaters Park West. The family friendly concerts will take place 6-9 p.m. on June 21, and August.
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