John Aden is the Executive Director of the African / African American Historical Society Museum of Allen County (AAAHSM pronounced AWE-SOME). He holds a doctorate in History from Indiana University – Bloomington, with a focus on Africa and a second field in Chinese history.
Throughout the year, the Auer Center greets hundreds of individuals for classes, rehearsals, gallery visits, meetings, and theatrical productions. It serves as a catalyst for artistic collaboration and community growth. Auer Center for Arts & Culture 300 E. Main Street Fort Wayne, IN 46802. The Auer Center is owned and operated by Arts United.
The Australian Adventure is completely remodeled! You’ll begin your adventure at the Train Station, where you’ll cross the tracks and enter the new plaza. Visit The Reef where you will find clownfish, a zebra moray eel, puffer fish, and more in this 20,000-gallon aquarium.
Bob Arnold Northside Park. Bob Arnold Northside Park . Size in acres: 37.47. Since 1978. Northside Park is located at E. State Blvd. and Parnell Avenue, Fort Wayne, IN, 46805. For more detailed location information, check out the General Park Map or Park Map History: Bob Arnold Northside Park was formerly the State School and Training Center.
Foellinger-Freimann Botanical Conservatory Always in Season: Surround yourself with nature at the Foellinger-Freimann Botanical Conservatory ~ an oasis in the heart of downtown Fort Wayne Indiana. Visit the Showcase Garden with its lush seasonal displays, wander through the Tropical Garden where orchids and palms thrive in the shadows of a cascading waterfall, or retreat to the quiet beauty of the Desert Garden.
Fort Wayne Escape Room offers multiple rooms available to search for hidden clues, solve puzzles, and escape before the 60-minute time limit runs out! Easily reserve your booking online. The quickest way to book your room is to follow our online booking process.
The Fort Wayne Firefighters’ Museum, Inc. was organized on April 20, 1974, two years after the City closed Fire Station #3 in downtown Fort Wayne. In 1975 they leased the building from the City and started collecting artifacts from Fort Wayne’s past. In 1979 painting and reconstruction began.
People who are interested in attending the monthly tours must be pre-screened through the Fort Wayne office of the Alzheimer's Association by calling 800.272.3900. Tours are free of charge for participants and their care partners and will take place the third Tuesday of each month at 2 p.m., each lasting about an hour.
The Rivergreenway Trail is a 24 mile long linear park in Fort Wayne and New Haven, Indiana. The trail is along the banks of the St. Marys, St. Joseph and Maumee Rivers. Much of the Rivergreenway has been funded by the State of Indiana and the federal Land and Water Conservation Fund. The Rivergreenway provides a great opportunity for recreation, fitness and conservation, as well as providing an alternative transportation network safely connecting the community.
A 30 acre park in downtown Fort Wayne which provides a setting for a wide range of public and private events including festivals, concerts and cultural events, weddings, family reunions and other parties. Free Splash Pad open Spring to Fall, and Ice Skating open late November thru February, weather ...
Are you looking for an exciting escape room in Fort Wayne, Indiana? Whether you are having an outing with friends or family, celebrating a special date, planning a team-building activity, or simply in need of a diversion from the doldrums of your workweek, Hysterium Escapes provides an unforgettable live-action gaming experience.
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To provide a historically authentic recreation of the time of Johnny Appleseed and the period in which he lived and the plan, operate and administer the annual Johnny Appleseed Festival in Fort Wayne, Indiana. We are an approved 501c3 organization.
Johnny Appleseed Campground. Directions/Map GPS address: 1500 Harry Baals Drive, Fort Wayne, IN 46805 GPS Location: 41.111964, -85.119190 The Johnny Appleseed Campground is located off of U.S. 930 (Coliseum Blvd.) in Johnny Appleseed Park in Fort Wayne along the scenic St. Joseph River. From Interstate I69, travel south on Coldwater Road.
The "Lakeside Park" mentioned in this song is on the shore of Port Dalhousie, a suburb of St. Catharines, Ontario, on the south shore of Lake Ontario in Canada. Peart lived very close to Lakeside Park, and spent summers as a child working and playing there.
Lindenwood Nature Preserve 600 Lindenwood Avenue Fort Wayne, IN 46808 (260) 427-6740 Lindenwood Nature Preserve is located between US Highway 24 (W. Jefferson Blvd.) and Spring St. from US Highway 24, turn north onto Lindenwood Avenue. The preserve is on the west side of the street across from the Lindenwood Cemetery.
The Maumee River is a river running from northeastern Indiana into northwestern Ohio and Lake Erie in the United States. It is formed at the confluence of the St. Joseph and St. Marys rivers, where Fort Wayne, Indiana, has developed, and meanders northeastwardly for 137 miles through an agricultural region of glacial moraines before flowing into the Maumee Bay of Lake Erie. Toledo, Ohio, developed at the Maumee River's mouth. The Maumee was designated an Ohio State Scenic River on July 18, 1974.
McCulloch Park is an urban park in the downtown area of Fort Wayne, Indiana. The park is named after former United States Secretary of the Treasury, Hugh McCulloch, who gave the land to the city for a park in 1886. The park is the burial place of Samuel Bigger, the seventh governor of the state of Indiana.
Metea County Park is a 250 acre park in northcentral Allen County near Leo Cedarville, containing the 120 acre Meno-aki State Nature Preserve. The north and south areas of the park are separated by Cedar Creek, a state designated scenic river.
Please check out Moser Park Nature Center's Facebook page for future events!</p> <p>June 2: Animal Yoga</p> <p>June 9: Binoculars</p> <p>June 16: Nature Wands</p> <p>June 23: "Bee" Friendly to Bees</p> <p>June 30: Walk and Talk like Animals</p> <p>July 7: Turtles</p> <p>July 14: Frog Hoppers</p> <p>July 21: Birds</p> <p>July 28: Fairy Gardens</p> 546 State St.
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Fort Wayne, IN 46825 260-427-6008 . Salomon Farm is located on the northern edge of Fort Wayne. From I-69, take the Dupont Road exit (#116) and head west on Dupont Road for 2.7 miles. Salomon Farm Park is on the left (south) side of the road. If you are coming from SR 3, turn east onto Dupont Road.
Schnelker Park is a jewel in downtown New Haven. The park’s large trees create a wonderful, shaded area to relax or play in. The newly renovated pavilion may be rented out by visitors for parties and picnics throughout the year. Schnelker Park also has a large playground for the little ones to run, swing, and jump.
Science Central is a catalyst for learning, and it’s a catalyst for learning the most important subjects that employers will need our kids to know to perform work in the future – science, technology, engineering and math, or as they are commonly called, STEM.
Located near downtown Fort Wayne, Swinney Park is home to an 18-hole disc golf course. The course length is 4,887 ft. long with slight slopes, wooded areas, and basket targets. The course length is 4,887 ft. long with slight slopes, wooded areas, and basket targets.
The USGS (U.S. Geological Survey) publishes a set of the most commonly used topographic maps of the U.S. called US Topo that are separated into rectangular quadrants that are printed at 22.75"x29" or larger. Vesey Park is covered by the Fort Wayne West, IN US Topo Map quadrant