Middle Waves Annonces Full Lineup
Aug16

Middle Waves Annonces Full Lineup

The remainder of the 2018 Middle Waves Music Festival lineup has been announced, to include national acts Joywave and Hatchie. Presented by Sweetwater, Middle Waves is a destination music festival boasting an eclectic mix of 25+ performers on three stages, two of which are free. With food trucks, beverages, music, interactive art installations, events, fun and games around every corner—people of all ages, all backgrounds and all music preferences are bound to have the time of their lives. In addition to the national acts announced in May, which include headliners Dr. Dog, GoldLink, Lizzo and Stephen Malkmus and The Jicks, Middle Waves adds Rochester, NY based indie rock band Joywave and New York, NY based post punk band BODEGA on Friday evening. Saturday adds dream-pop Australian performer Hatchie. Additional local performers include Anna Faye, Sad Gravity, Streetlamps for Spotlights, Slug Love, Samuel Harness and Fort Wayne Funk Orchestra. The full 2018 Middle Waves lineup is: Friday, September 14 GoldLink (hip-hop, Washington, D.C.) Joywave (indie rock, Rochester, NY) BODEGA (dance punk, New York, NY) Chives (rock, Indianapolis, IN) The Bergamot (indie folk, Fort Wayne, IN) Anna Faye (punk, Fort Wayne, IN) Streetlamps for Spotlights (rock, Fort Wayne, IN) Lightlow (rock, Fort Wayne, IN) Saturday, September 15 Dr. Dog (rock, Philadelphia, PA) Lizzo (hip-hop, Minneapolis, MN) Stephen Malkmus & the Jicks (indie rock, Portland, OR) IDLES (punk rock, Bristol, England) Flint Eastwood (dance-pop, Detroit, MI) Hatchie (dream-pop, Brisbane, Australia) David Wax Museum (American and Mexican folk, Charlottesville, VA) Tunde Olaniran (pop, Flint, MI) Unlikely Alibi (reggae-rock, Fort Wayne, IN) Best Sleep (rock, Fort Wayne, IN) T-Zank (rap, Fort Wayne, IN) Lalo Cura (latino rock, Goshen, IN) The Snarks (rock, Fort Wayne, IN) Slug Love (rock, Fort Wayne, IN) Samuel Harness (R&B, Fort Wayne, IN) Fort Wayne Funk Orchestra (hip-hop funk, Fort Wayne, IN) Middle Waves’ three stages include St. Marys Stage, presented by Parkview Health, St. Joseph Stage and Maumee Stage. A ticket is required for entry into St. Marys Stage. Maumee Stage and St. Joseph Stage are free to the public. Tickets can be purchased online at MiddleWaves.com. Two-day GA passes are available for $85 and two-day VVIP passes are available for $165. Single-day Friday tickets are available for $35. Single-day Saturday tickets are available for $65. Single-day VVIP passes are also available for $70/Friday only or $120/Saturday only. Prices increase on September 9. VVIP passes include a catered dinner by The Deck on Friday and Saturday night, two free drink tickets, deluxe restrooms, premium viewing experiences, Thai massage experiences, an ice cream party catered by Just Cream and more. Middle Waves, Inc. is a volunteer-run, non-profit corporation operating in...

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Sci-Fi Central returns with new experiences this October
Aug16

Sci-Fi Central returns with new experiences this October

Experience something new at Sci-Fi Central on Oct. 6! We are adding some new things to our annual science fiction and pop culture mini-convention this year, like a cosplay contest, new vendors and more! Join the cosplay contest to show off your costuming and makeup skills! The first place finisher in the contest will win a gift package of fun prizes, with second and third place finishers getting special recognition at the event. All cosplays must be family-friendly and follow all the rules & regulations. The deadline to pre-register is Sept. 30, and participants may register the day of the event if space is available. Bravas, Kona Ice, Ivy Tech’s Grasshopper, and Whip & Chill food trucks will be open in the Science Central parking lot for the event. There will also be other local merchandise vendors throughout the building with comics, collectibles, and more for sale! Do you and a group have a special presentation on a science fiction or pop culture topic? We want to invite you to be one of our panel discussions this year! Space is limited, but registrations are still open. Of course, our favorites are also returning this year The Midwest R2 Builder’s Club, Dagorhir, Harry Potter activities, Virtual Reality, and 501st Legion are all back for another great event! Sci-Fi Central is $9 for ages 3 and up, free for children 2 and under and Science Central Members. Tickets are available online for purchase in...

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Neighborhood Health Clinics, Inc. to Host Ice Cream Social as part of National Community Health Center Week 2018
Aug09

Neighborhood Health Clinics, Inc. to Host Ice Cream Social as part of National Community Health Center Week 2018

Neighborhood Health Clinics, Inc. to Host Ice Cream Social as part of National Community Health Center Week 2018 Neighborhood Health Clinics, Inc. will hold an Ice Cream Social on Wednesday, August 15 to celebrate Patient Appreciation Day. The event is part of National Community Health Center Week, a national campaign during August 12th- 18th to raise awareness about the mission and accomplishments of America’s Health Centers and the dedicated staff who bring health care to the center of their communities. Patient Appreciation Day will kick off at 11 a.m. at its main clinic located at 1717 South Calhoun Street and will end at 1 p.m. to then move to its sister clinic located at 3350 East Paulding Road and run from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. There will be giveaways and face painting for the kids and a chance to meet with healthcare vendors such as Care Source, Anthem, MDwise, and many more. State Representative of House District 81, Martin Carbaugh, and Chief Executive Officer of Indiana Primary Health Care Association, Phil Morphew, will also be in attendance at the main location on Calhoun Street. To learn more about National Health Center Week and the listing of events please visit: www.healthcenterweek.org You can also follow our Facebook page for more information. “Providing access to quality health services where everyone is cared for with compassion and...

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Local Author Publishes Third Book of Veterans’ World War II Stories
Aug08

Local Author Publishes Third Book of Veterans’ World War II Stories

Book Signing Nov. 3 to Connect Public with Featured WWII Veterans Indiana author Kayleen Reusser has just completed her third book of veterans’ World War II stories, called We Gave Our Best: American World War II Veterans Tell Their Stories. As with the previous two books in the legacies series, area residents will have an opportunity to meet several of the veterans featured in the newly-released book at an upcoming event scheduled to coincide with the Veterans Day holiday. A book-signing event will take place on Saturday, November 3, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at the Allen County Public Library, 900 Library Plaza in downtown Fort Wayne. The public is invited to attend. We Gave Our Best: American World War II Veterans Tell Their Stories is a compilation of stories from 34 World War II veterans representing several branches of the military. All of the surviving veterans featured in the book will be invited to attend the book-signing event to sign their respective stories, providing a unique keepsake that can be treasured for generations to come. Reusser says that up to 20 of the 34 veterans featured in her current book could potentially attend the book signing, but unfortunately the others either live out of state, are too weak to travel, or have passed away since she interviewed them. Reusser notes that with all of the remaining World War II veterans being over 90 years of age, the number of available veterans diminishes each year. Reusser says that most veterans featured in her books are either Hoosier natives or grew up elsewhere and currently reside in Indiana. Those in her current book come from 10 Indiana counties, but six other states also are represented, including Washington, Iowa, New Mexico, Louisiana, Florida, and California. All of Reusser’s World War II books will be available for purchase at the book signing as well as through Amazon.com. The books feature war vignettes written by Reusser based on hundreds of interviews with World War II veterans. Also included in the books are photographs taken by veterans during World War II, providing a historical account through the eyes of those who served. “The books give a personal feel to an important time in world history,” said Reusser, adding that “The November 3 book-signing party will be a rare opportunity to meet these historical figures who helped change history.” Reusser also announces that she is publishing a second edition of her first World War II legacies book, which she has renamed We Fought to Win: American World War II Veterans Share Their Stories. The second edition will have a newly-designed cover to match the...

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Science Central and Hop River team up for FrankenBrew
Aug08

Science Central and Hop River team up for FrankenBrew

Science Central and Hop River Brewing Company have teamed up to bring you FrankenBrew, a two-part adult event! Join us for part one, The Lab, at Hop River Brewing on Sept. 10 for a behind-the-scenes look at the science of brewing. Then, help decide what goes into the new FrankenBrew! Now through Aug. 27, advance tickets for The Lab are $25. Prices will increase to $30 on Aug. 28 and be available until the day of the event or until sold out. Science Central will host part two, The Reveal, on Oct. 13. Participants in The Reveal will get to taste the FrankenBrew creation, as well as enjoy Frankenstein themed activities, FrankenTacos, and a special historical tour of Science Central. Advance discount tickets will also be available for The Reveal at a later date, so keep checking back! We hope to see you at this exciting community partnership...

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