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Riverfront Activities

Riverfront Activities

Learn more about upcoming Riverfront activities at:

Events at Historic Fort Wayne

Events at Historic Fort Wayne

Fright Night Lantern Tours,  October 21, 6:00-10:30 pm   

The Punkin' Path Garden Display

The Punkin' Path Garden Display

Botanical Conservatory, Oct. 10-29. Enjoy the fall season!  Visit Pumpkin Zone on Oct. 21, 10 am-3 pm.

Halloween Haunt

Halloween Haunt

Saturday, October 21, 1:30-4 pm at the Community Center (233 W. Main Street)

Rocky Horror Picture Show at the Botanical Conservatory

Rocky Horror Picture Show at the Botanical Conservatory

Saturday, October 21, Doors open 8 pm, Movie at 9:15 pm, $2 adults, $1 Youth-17 & under (accompanied by a parent/adult guardian)

The Great Tree Canopy Comeback

The Great Tree Canopy Comeback

Oct. 21 at 10 am-Noon.  Questions? 704-4794.

Family Friendly Golf!

Family Friendly Golf!

Fall Golf Fees are now in effect! Hit the links today!!

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People in Northeast Indiana have gathered here for centuries.
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Interested in finding out more about Promenade Park including about the chosen sculpture, park history, time lapse photography, donation information and much more?  A new Promenade Park link is now available. 

McMillen Park

There was a water main break  late afternoon yesterday in the parking lot of McMillen Park Community Center.   It has created quite a bit of pressure underground, and per the recommendation of City Utilities, the parking lot has been closed.

The Center will be open as long as there is water in the building.   Patrons are directed to park in the back lot. They are expected to start repairs this morning.


The Great Tree Canopy Comeback

October 21 at 10 am

Ready to Plant Trees in selected parks? Check out The Great Tree Canopy Flier today!

eady to register? Complete The Great Tree Canopy Comeback registration form and mail it into Friends of the Parks.



Hurshtown Reservoir

Hurshtown Reservoir is closed for the season. Hurshtown Reservoir is a secure and self-contained water body owned by City Utilities. An algae bloom was observed at the reservoir, and the reservoir was closed to people, pets and watercraft.


McMillen Youth Program Registration

Click HERE to complete the On-line McMillen Youth Program Registration form.   Please call 427-2420 if you have any questions.  


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