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Valentine’s Ideas in the Fort

Posted by on February 7, 2018 | 0 comments

Valentine’s Ideas in the Fort

Valentine’s Day in Fort Wayne 2018   Ah Valentine’s Day.  Whether you’ve been dating for a few weeks or a few decades, the pressure and rewards of Valentine’s can be hard on any relationship. Cut out the stress and the awkward silence at one of these fun events around Fort Wayne this season. Rather than a classic dinner for two, how about one of these fun and different activities? Dinner? Movie? Both? Neither? Try out these six ideas around Fort Wayne for a different Valentine’s Day.     Science Central- My Cold Hearted Valentine We all know that Fort Wayne is a great place to raise a family, especially with such local treasures as the Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo or Science Central. Lately, the Adult Only events have been gaining popularity and should be recognized for their creativity. On Friday, February 9, you could be dressed in Classic Clue Attire solving a Cold Hearted Mystery. One hand can hold a cocktail while the other gets to explore evidence. When: Feb 9, 6-10 PM Where: Science Central, | 1950 N. Clinton St., Fort Wayne, IN  46805 See more:http://sciencecentral.org/programs-on-site/for-familes-2/current-adult-programs   Price:$20-25 for individuals or $35-45 for couples.    IvyLiving – Valentine’s Day Night  Are you a foodie or an amateur chef? Rather than surprising your honey with a meal, make one together with IvyLiving at Ivy Tech Community College. Learn how to cook surf & turf plus dessert. This is a great activity to do with a date or with a friend. Must register by Feb 5.  When: Feb. 12    5:30 to 8:30 p.m.  Where: Ivy Tech’s Fort Wayne Campus Coliseum Campus Room CC1696 3800 N. Anthony Blvd. Fort Wayne, IN 46805 See more and register: https://www.ivytech.edu/northeast/living/ Price: $200/couple, $125/single Funny Honey Valentines Event Couples who laugh together, stay together, right? Be My Funny Honey Valentines Event – Join Indy’s comics Tennah McDonald, Dan Alten, and Ray Hensley at Belgian Horse Winery to enjoy some laughter with your love, or at least be at a place where others love to laugh. I know this event is a little far from home, so that’s why your date will be so impressed, right? When: Wednesday, Feb 14 – 7PM – 9PM Where: Belgian Horse Winery 7200 West County Road 625 North  Middletown, IN 47356 See more: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/be-my-funny-honey-valentines-event-tickets-41891460486?aff=es2 Price: $10 A Bazaar Evening on the Maumee  Ready for something strange or bizarre? Sample a variety of events while fundraising for clean water. Bring your kids, your friend, or your date to A Bazaar Evening on the Maumee.  Enjoy headliner , The Be Colony and special musical appearances by The Vision Machine, U.R.B., Wil Brown, The Last Word, Venus in Jeans, and Totally Orange Time Machine, along side other events including Henna, a photo booth, bazaar shopping, silent auction, belly dancing, and delicious food. When: Saturday, 2/17 4PM – midnight.  Where:  TekVenture Inc. 1550 Griffin Street, Fort Wayne, Indiana 46803 See more: http://savemaumee.org/a-bazaar-evening-on-the-maumee/  https://www.facebook.com/events/1528487123903978/ Price: varies   Hall’s Supper Club Series – Casablanca at the Philmore Theatre on Broadway Catch a romantic dinner while watching a romance classic, “Casablanca.” Savor the four course meal and cocktail hour brought to you by Hall’s Supper Club Series.  Here’s looking at you, Hall’s.  When:  Starting between 5:30-6:30 on February 14 Where: The Philmore On Broadway 2441 Broadway, Fort Wayne, IN 46807 Fort Wayne, Indiana 46807 See more: https://www.donhalls.com/casablanca/ ...

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15 Ideas for Winter Family Fun in the Fort

Posted by on February 4, 2018 | 0 comments

15 Ideas for Winter Family Fun in the Fort

It’s that time of year: the holidays are over, but winter is still upon us, spring and summer are too distant to get excited about just yet. Boredom is constantly lurking, and lazy nights it seems like the only option every weekend.  If only there were another way… Fort Wayne to the rescue!  Despite this annual lull and chilly weather, our city is never short on activities, happenings, and events.  We’ve done the research: check out our top 15 ideas for the whole family on staying busy and entertained this winter.   1. Cheer the Komets on to Number One! Monday would be a lot better if we all had popcorn guns. A post shared by Fort Wayne Komets (@fwkomets) on Jan 8, 2018 at 7:41am PST The Komets are on fire this season with some of the best skaters in their league and are currently ranked second in their division.  Join Icy at the rink and help bring them to number one! 2. Go Mad for the Mad Ants 📸 from our first game of the #gleagueshowcase yesterday afternoon A post shared by Fort Wayne Mad Ants (@fortwaynemadants) on Jan 12, 2018 at 9:50am PST Mad Ants games are fun for the whole family, and promo nights keep things fresh. Don your capes and masks for Superhero Night on February 3rd.  Moms and Dads can enjoy a Wayne’s World theme on March 16th with a crowd-singing of Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody.”  Party on! 3. Hit the Lanes It's Saturday night and we're in the spot! A post shared by Crazy Pinz (@crazypinz) on Oct 7, 2017 at 11:56am PDT Fort Wayne has no shortage of awesome bowling alleys.  Besides its 56 lanes, Pro Bowl West claims to have the best pork tenderloin sandwich in the city.  Thunderbowl #1 has daily specials.  Crazy Pinz doesn’t stop at bowling; mini golf, a ropes course and a rock wall are just a few of their extra attractions. 4. Jump Around  ugly sweaters, sick jumps A post shared by Sky Zone (@skyzone) on Dec 23, 2017 at 9:51am PST Ever wanted to dunk a basketball like the pros?  Give it a shot (pun intended) with a trampoline at Sky Zone.  More trampolines stretch wall-to-wall for endless jumping, including a dodgeball court and foam pit.   5. Take an Intergalactic Adventure Tag other players through the grates! #ultrazoneftw #ultrazone #fortwayne #lasertag #visitfortwayne #familyentertainment #familyfun A post shared by Ultrazone Fort Wayne (@ultrazoneftw) on Apr 3, 2017 at 7:52pm PDT Is there anything as timeless as laser tag?  Test your skills with a kids-versus-grownups game at one of Fort Wayne’s arenas: Ultra Zone, Laser X, or Combat Ops. 6. Use Your Spare Change at an Arcade Keep it classic at Tokens n’ Tickets, or go new-age with Spectrum Virtual Reality.  Strictly a pinball fan?  Try Fort Wayne Pinball.  Looking for something new?  Check out the augmented rock wall at Georgetown Bowl.   7. Make a Great Escape Don’t let their signs confuse you, they made it with just under two minutes left! 💫 A post shared by Fort Wayne Escape Room (@fortwayneescaperoom) on Jan 28, 2018 at 3:21pm PST These interactive adventures are perfect for older kids who love a challenge.  Your group has one hour to solve the puzzles and riddles and escape before time runs...

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How to Hygge in Fort Wayne

Posted by on January 26, 2018 | Comments Off on How to Hygge in Fort Wayne

How to Hygge in Fort Wayne

About Hygge What is hygge? Aside from being a little difficult to pronounce (“hoo-guh”), the definition has an extremely easy to understand meaning. It encompasses the overall feeling of contentment, well-being, and being cozy. In our fast paced world, we often ignore these important feelings and practices. Lucky for us, it is very possible to hygge in Fort Wayne.   How to Hygge in Fort Wayne Contentment  Contentment is different for everyone. If you want to feel contentment, you should find something that you really enjoy and act on it. This could be catching a show at Embassy or checking out the latest performance from the Fort Wayne Philharmonic. Promote Your Personal Well Being  It’s a new year and you have new opportunities to do something for yourself. Help your mind, body, and soul by joining a local gym or taking a yoga class. Coziness  Cozy is in the eye of the beholder. It can be going to an amazing coffee shop like Fortezza, or enjoying time with your friends at a warm and friendly bar like JK O’Donnells.   How to Achieve the Entire Hygge Package Winter Cozy is a hygge themed evening brought to you by Riverfront Fort Wayne. Everything about this speaks hygge. According to Megan Butler, this event will stimulate the senses. She uses Maslow’s hierarchy of needs to create a sense of wonder and connection through the taste, sight, touch, smell, and sound. The goal is to offer an amazing experience while re-defining winter. The event highlights the positives of winter (like a heated tent, cozy furniture, warm cocktails, food for purchase, live music from Ty Causey, sensory games, ice sculptures, and drink luges). The event will feature local ice sculptors and other local vendors like Mutton and Club Soda. Part of promoting your personal well-being and contentment will be highlighted through adult hands-on sensory activities. According to Megan Butler, you should think about sensory activities for autism. You can play with the activities and take them home. Riverfront Fort Wayne is committed to making people more conscious of the rivers. This event is an example of how people can live their lives around the rivers and have fun all year, even in the winter. Event Details Winter Cozy is a part of Winterval Admission is $10 at the door. Event Runs from 8:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. This event is 21+ Sponsored by Alt 99.5, Riverfront Fort Wayne, and Fort Wayne Parks and Recreation. Winterval is a Fort Wayne Parks & Recreation event. Contact Megan Butler for additional...

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Fostering creativity in the ’05 – Collective State

Posted by on January 19, 2018 | Comments Off on Fostering creativity in the ’05 – Collective State

Fostering creativity in the ’05 – Collective State

Tucked into the East State Village, across from Zinnia’s Bakery, is Collective State. This is Jon Brown’s latest brainchild. On an especially cold Fort Wayne day, it was wonderful to walk into the warm, sunlit shop and have Jon offer me a cup of freshly brewed Conjure Coffee. We bellied-up to the counter and he filled me in on his vision for the shop. “We started out as the Fort Wayne Arts Collective,” he said, over his coffee cup, “we’ve been doing art drops all over town for years, trying to make art more accessible to everyone regardless of income or background. I think art is a priority in people’s lives, but if you walk into a gallery and see that $200 price tag, it gets overshadowed by things like utilities and bills. Art drops change that, anyone can take art home and enjoy it.” The Arts Collective also did the Brass Rail mural, working with Jerrod Tobias. Through his work with Fort Wayne Free Art Collective, Brown discovered that he wants to devote his skill set and resources to being a advocate for the other artists, musicians, and makers in our community. “For the size Fort Wayne is, our creative community is stellar! We’re trying to sustain artists here and provide them a way to stay here instead of moving to a larger city,” explained Brown. Collective State is a physical space for that vision. He further described it as a low maintenance way to get art out, where artists can gain some money and support themselves. “We want to show Fort Wayne that there are tons of working artists here. It’s all from right here. That’s what the reaction has been when people come into the shop – ‘wow, they live here?’ Yes, they do!” Brown enthused. “Coming here and shopping you’re shopping local, supporting community, going directly back to the creative’s that live in your city.” As we stood talking, my eyes swept over the arrangement of prints, pint glasses, jewelry, stickers, hoodies, and woven goods. I noticed some CDs. Brown spoke eagerly about his desire to provide a space for local bands’ merchandise. “We have some wonderful local record stores, but [band merchandise] isn’t a focus. We want to give people an opportunity to get artists’ [merchandise] out there. If you don’t go to the bar or the show, where do you get the CD or t-shirt?” Not Just Retail Space So what can we expect from this new shop in the ’05? Brown wants to do as much as possible! “We’ll have art markets, food trucks, music, artist workshops, installation space, pop up shops…it’s not just retail space. We’re hoping it will become a hub for the community,” said Brown. “It’s so much about community building! We want people to stay in the ’05 instead of feeling like they need to go to the ’02 or ’07. There’s a lot here we just need a format. We want to take the pulse of the community and work together. We have ideas, but want to reach out to everyone in the community and work together to see what we can come up with.” Who’s Involved? Lissa Brown – Tiny Clementine Dria Iris – SALT art Matt Plett Cheyenne Gonzales – KNOTODAY Leigha VandeZande  – Vandi Art Old Pup Records Trophy Club Let’s Comedy Conjure Coffee Hetty Arts Pastry How You Can Get Involved Brown wants to work with as many...

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The Harry Potter Magic Returns to Fort Wayne

Posted by on January 16, 2018 | Comments Off on The Harry Potter Magic Returns to Fort Wayne

The Harry Potter Magic Returns to Fort Wayne

The magic returns this coming weekend, courtesy of the Salvation Army. If you are a fan of Harry Potter, this is the perfect event for you to attend. Unlike last year’s Yule Ball, this year they are delving into the world of “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them”, so break out your 20s clothing and your wands and get ready to party like you got accepted to Ilvermorny. Not only is the event fit for muggles and wizards alike, 100 percent of proceeds benefiting families in need through The Salvation Army. #throwback to last year’s Hogwarts event for the Salvation Army! #slytherin #safortwayne A post shared by Victoria Sarjeant (@sarjve01) on Jan 14, 2018 at 11:28am PST The event will be held at The Orchid, so the look and feeling will be a little different than last year. If you are looking for just a small dabble into the wizarding arts, you can choose the Diagon Alley Basic Entrance. which includes the following: potions a class with Professor Snape the TriWizard Tournament Challenge from Escape Fort Wayne detention with Professor Umbridge herbology class from Country Farm & Garden history of magic class care of magical creatures Borgin and Burkes Vanishing Cabinet defense of the dark arts with All Star Martial Arts charms class with Amanda Kessens from Young Living a sorting hat experience boarding room assignments from Ivy Tech Community College Dance Lessons with the Beauxbatons by Fort Wayne Dance Collective Goblet of Fire Entry character interactions a first year wizards room (children’s area) moving hall photo ops a commemorative Marauder’s map and costume/trivia contests. You can get a Platform Ticket which includes a personalized Owl Mail Acceptance Letter and themed dining experience (“Weasley Style” and “Mandrake” (Vegetarian).  The last option is the 1920’s Fantastic Beasts Ball. You can experience dinner, Ilvermorny house sorting and badge ceremony, music, dancing, The Blind Pig lounge singers, character interaction (including the Second Salemers), complimentary photos, silent auction, carriage rides (weather permitting), event keepsake, and of course, specialty dessert from Kowalski’s Bakery.   What you need to know Dress is strictly 1920’s formal nomaj The event will be held at The Orchid, 11508 Lincoln Hwy East New Haven, IN 46774. Tickets can be purchased here Event is sponsored by Escape Fort Wayne and The Orchid To donate to the silent auction, you can click here or drop off monetary donations to The Salvation Army at 2901 N. Clinton...

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What Fort Wayne Needs: An Independent Art & Culture Magazine

Posted by on January 5, 2018 | Comments Off on What Fort Wayne Needs: An Independent Art & Culture Magazine

What Fort Wayne Needs: An Independent Art & Culture Magazine

If you looked up the word ‘pique’ in the Merriam-Webster dictionary, you’d be hit with quite a few meanings that you probably wouldn’t expect. The one I was looking for was fairly far down the page, despite being, in my opinion, the most popular or well-known meaning. Pique v. \pēk\ to stir up, excite To stir up. To excite. I think that the city of Fort Wayne has many things that ‘pique’ a lot of people’s interests and what better to name a magazine that shares the news of these events with the people of this great city. Pique Magazine was started a few years back by Mariah Knight, then an art major at the University of Saint Francis, for her senior project. She wanted to design a captivating magazine that would feature local art, commentary, comedy, causes and other community aspects all around a central theme. With two zines under her belt, and the help of editor Kara Hackett, they brought the same content to Facebook to create a place where the people of the Fort can find local happenings in the local art or entertainment realms, find some humor and be able to have a say about their town. One recurring article is entitled “What Fort Wayne Needs” and features the wishes of citizen longing to add to Fort Wayne’s list of attractions, or create a change. Whether its more restaurants open on Sunday, an amusement park or a Cheesecake Factory, writers let us know what they want to see. Do you have any thoughts on what Fort Wayne needs? With the 2018 edition of Pique coming, the zine has a call for entry. “Into the Wild” theme is based on the title itself, the 1996 non-fiction book of the same title by Jon Krakauer, or the 2007 movie adaption. Artists must be 16 or older, any medium is acceptable, and artwork must have been created in the last two years. You can find more information on their website. Pique is also interested in hearing what you have to say. If you’re a writer, artist, etc., email them and let them know that you would be interested in contributing. Just interested in a past copy of the zine? They’re available at the following locations or via their website. Fort Wayne Museum of Art Artlink Contemporary Gallery The Hedge Fancy & Staple Crestwoods Frame Shop, Roanoke Firefly Coffee House Pique is also available for check out at all Allen County Public Library branches. You can follow Pique on their website or Facebook page. They also have an email newsletter. You can sign up here. Be on the watch for the third edition of Pique: Fort Wayne Art & Culture in May. Edited January 8, 2018...

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A Look Back at the Holidays in Fort Wayne

Posted by on January 3, 2018 | Comments Off on A Look Back at the Holidays in Fort Wayne

A Look Back at the Holidays in Fort Wayne

Another holiday season in Fort Wayne is now in the books for many of us! Today we take a look back at the season that was in Fort Wayne this year! While we couldn’t make it out to everything our area had to offer, here’s what really caught the eyes of our Instagram photographers. The “Snow Days” exhibit is now open at The Conservatory! #DTFW #FortWayne A post shared by Living Fort Wayne (@livingfortwayne) on Nov 21, 2017 at 9:43am PST We started off the Christmas season in November when we checked out the “Snow Days” exhibit at the Foellinger-Freimann Botanical Conservatory, an enclosed conservatory located right in the heart of downtown Fort Wayne. Check them out year round for more events and activities. Holiday Pops with @fwphil at @fwembassytheatre! #FortWayne ❄️ A post shared by Living Fort Wayne (@livingfortwayne) on Dec 9, 2017 at 12:37pm PST On December 9 we headed out to the Holiday Pops from the Fort Wayne Philharmonic at the beautiful Embassy Theatre. If you are new to Fort Wayne and love music, the FW Phil and the Embassy are a must-see. @jeffersonpointe is lit up for the holidays! #FortWayne A post shared by Living Fort Wayne (@livingfortwayne) on Dec 11, 2017 at 3:00pm PST Fort Wayne has plenty of holiday shopping options with Jefferson Pointe (along with Glenbrook Square) being two of the largest in the area. Jefferson Pointe was decked out for Christmas with a beautiful display in front of Von Mour. Broadway is waiting for you. #FortWayne A post shared by Living Fort Wayne (@livingfortwayne) on Dec 21, 2017 at 10:51am PST Broadway Street was buzzing with holiday cheer this year from the lighting event at Electric Works to the classic “Christmas on Broadway” tree. Open for Holiday Memories 🌭 A post shared by Living Fort Wayne (@livingfortwayne) on Dec 24, 2017 at 3:50pm PST Fort Wayne’s Famous Coney Island wiener stand got in on the spirit this year by opening a holiday gift shop next door. We hope you enjoyed a white Christmas here in #fortwayne! A post shared by Living Fort Wayne (@livingfortwayne) on Dec 25, 2017 at 3:18pm PST The area (hopefully) enjoyed a white Christmas before the current dip into a deep freeze! We took a quick stroll along Fairfield Avenue in the 46807 ZIP code to take in the scene. #FortWayne was full of new stories in 2017. See which ones our readers viewed the most in our blog today. A post shared by Living Fort Wayne (@livingfortwayne) on Dec 29, 2017 at 10:25am PST Finally our team reflected on what the readers read the most in our blog as we plan for another whole year’s worth of content. If you have Instagram photos of Fort Wayne that you love, use the hashtag #livingfortwayne. Be sure to also follow us here on our website and on our popular Instagram...

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Our Top Posts from 2017

Posted by on December 29, 2017 | Comments Off on Our Top Posts from 2017

Our Top Posts from 2017

Fort Wayne in 2017 was full of intriguing stories from new dining options to familiar festivals to people who make you think, laugh or both. Living Fort Wayne set several new readership and social media records, which will go down as the social media hub’s most popular year to date. Take a look at our top posts LFW readers loved the most this year as we switch to my “imaginary radio DJ countdown voice!” Number 5 – 07 Pub A post shared by Living Fort Wayne (@livingfortwayne) on Jul 3, 2017 at 10:18am PDT Starting us off at number five – a ZIP code experiencing a renaissance in Fort Wayne is 46807 (or the ’07). Our popular “Food & Drink” writer Reneta Thurairatnam took a look at 07 Pub – your new favorite place to hang out. Have you been there yet to hang out? Number 4 – Abode A post shared by ASHLEY CLAUSS (@bluebird_photo) on Mar 31, 2017 at 1:45pm PDT Great new things in our area aren’t just within Fort Wayne’s city limits! Writer and photographer Ashley Clauss gave us an inside look at one of the area’s trendiest home decor boutiques. This boutique is located in – surprise – Leo-Cedarville!  Take a gander at Ashley’s aesthetically-pleasing writing and photography in our number four post of the year, Abode: A Trendy Home Boutique in Leo?! Number 3 – Umi Seafood and Sushi Fort Wayne   A post shared by Living Fort Wayne (@livingfortwayne) on Jan 4, 2017 at 8:30am PST We started off 2017 with a bang with Reneta’s hot scoop on Umi – a new sushi restaurant located in southwest Fort Wayne. That helped make January 2nd one of our most popular days ever and this post our third most popular post of the year! Number 2 – Pumpkin Patches and More Fall Fun A post shared by Living Fort Wayne (@livingfortwayne) on Sep 24, 2016 at 12:13pm PDT Each year our leadership team eagerly awaits our annual “pumpkin patch” readership bump. Or maybe it’s just me? This year was no different as pumpkin patches and fall fun ruled our autumn nights and finished number two for the year. Look for our 2018 edition in September. Number 1 – Just Cream Ice Cream Boutique It may be freezing cold in Fort Wayne to close out 2017, but our hottest post of the year is all about ice cream. Just Cream is an ice cream boutique on the north side of the city located on Dupont Road. This piece was authored (once again) by Reneta, our venerable “Food & Drink” writer. Fort Wayne folks really love their ice cream! Top Posts – Five Honorable Mentions (from 2017) Tesla Supercharger Station Comes to Town Ryu’s Kitchen – Creating a Unique Food Experience Banh Mi Pho Shop- Your New Fave Ramen Spot in the Fort! Entrepreneurship Spotlight: Hyde + Alchemy Fort Wayne Food Tour – Eat, Walk, Enjoy! Some Popular Favorites (from 2012-16) Rivers Relaxation: A New Way to De-Stress in Fort Wayne (April 2016) LFW’s Top Picks for First Date Activities (October 2015) LFW’s Top Picks for Best Breakfast/Brunch Spots (February 2016) The Crossing, Redeeming Struggling Students (November 2015) Healthy Grocery Stores in Fort Wayne (November 2016) What you just read from LFW would not have been possible without these groups of people:...

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New Year’s Eve 2017 in the Fort

Posted by on December 22, 2017 | Comments Off on New Year’s Eve 2017 in the Fort

New Year’s Eve 2017 in the Fort

The countdown to 2018 has already begun, but it becomes official on New Year’s Eve.  As usual, Fort Wayne will not be short on happenings for the big day.  This New Year’s Eve, you’ll have a variety of choices on how best to ring in 2018.  Read on for some of our favorite celebration ideas for December 31, 2017.  There’s something for everyone! For the Kiddos Science Central’s Countdown to Noon Join Fort Wayne’s favorite science museum from 10am-3pm to don a party hat and noisemaker and enjoy face painting, science demos, and the museum’s many interesting exhibits.  Get there early to count down the seconds to noon and witness the 2,018-balloon drop.   Hey #fortwayne ! Come celebrate the New Year at Science Central! Countdown to Noon is on December 31st from 10 am to 2 pm. 🎉 #nye #dtfw A post shared by Science Central (@sciencecentral) on Dec 27, 2016 at 12:19pm PST ACPL Countdown to New Year’s Head to the Globe Room at the main library branch from 2-3pm if your little ones love arts and crafts.  Confetti pipes and other projects are on the agenda, along with noisemakers and an apple juice toast.   NYE Kids Lock-In Party If you’ve been searching for a New Year’s Eve babysitter, look no further than Game Day Sports Camp.  Their responsibly screened and trained staff, along with security and law enforcement, will supervise (and feed!) your K-8th-graders at The ASH Centre as they play sports and games, watch movies, and other surprises.  All they need is a sleeping bag! The kids of Fort Wayne will have the best New Year Celebration ever! Bring sleeping bags and excitement! Your children will party and play safely while you ring in the New Year, guilt-free. Sports, Games, Movies, and NYE surprises! Countdown toast at midnight. Dinner and breakfast provided. Hired security/law enforcement will be present. Lock-in will be supervised by a well trained, highly screened staff. $50 per party guest Grades K-8 Email info@gdscamp.com to RSVP. #nye #fortwayne #ops #gdscamp #party A post shared by Game Day Sports Camp (@gdscamp) on Oct 31, 2017 at 9:43am PDT For the Whole Family Fort Wayne Komets vs. Toledo Walleye Every year, the Komets host an exciting and well-attended New Year’s Eve hockey game.  Beat the crowds and buy your tickets now.   It's time to make your #NewYearsEve plans! 🎉🎉 ⠀ Komets vs Walleye at 7:30PM⠀ A post shared by Fort Wayne Komets (@fwkomets) on Dec 18, 2017 at 12:46pm PST Fantasy of Lights December 31st is the final night of this two-mile journey through innovative light displays.  There’s even an interactive radio broadcast for children.  Head to Franke Park when the sun goes down (6-9pm) for a bright and festive car ride. Cosmic Bowling The ceiling lights go off, the black lights come on.  This colorful, noisy activity is high-energy fun for everyone.  Crazy Pinz offers a party package with pizza, and Cosmic Putt-Putt is also available.  Space is filling up fast, so call now to make a reservation!   Most local bowling alleys are open late on New Year’s Eve. Check your nearest location to see if they have any special events or deals.   Ready…set…BOWL!! 🎳💥 A post shared by Crazy Pinz (@crazypinz) on Apr 17, 2017 at 5:56pm PDT...

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LFW’s Instagram is Rockin’

Posted by on December 1, 2017 | Comments Off on LFW’s Instagram is Rockin’

LFW’s Instagram is Rockin’

If you’re big into Instagram, check out Living Fort Wayne’s Instagram content today! Our team gives you a look at all the things you can discover in Fort Wayne! Here’s a sneak peak at some of the content that went up in November. @banhmiphoshop at 1925 Fairfield Avenue continues to serve up deliciousness. Plan a trip today. #FortWayne A post shared by Living Fort Wayne (@livingfortwayne) on Nov 28, 2017 at 12:09pm PST Night of Lights 2017! #HolidayFestFW A post shared by Living Fort Wayne (@livingfortwayne) on Nov 23, 2017 at 6:17pm PST The “Snow Days” exhibit is now open at The Conservatory! #DTFW #FortWayne A post shared by Living Fort Wayne (@livingfortwayne) on Nov 21, 2017 at 9:43am PST @riverfrontfortwayne partnered with City Utilities to give a behind-the-scenes look at the city’s water filtration plant today. A post shared by Living Fort Wayne (@livingfortwayne) on Nov 11, 2017 at 8:34am PST A big shout out to Drew, Devin, Aleiyaa, and Keaira and many others from The Crossing for their help with the #columbiaavenuebetterblock project! #FortWayne A post shared by Living Fort Wayne (@livingfortwayne) on Nov 4, 2017 at 3:50pm PDT Discover a new view in #FortWayne! Check out the Hanson Quarry Observation Deck! #quarry #NEIpride A post shared by Living Fort Wayne (@livingfortwayne) on Nov 1, 2017 at 5:38pm...

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