Rotaract Club of Fort Wayne Installs

First Little Free Library in City Park

Building Community, Fostering Fellowship, and Promoting Literacy

Fort Wayne, Indiana – Mayor Tom Henry was joined by The Rotaract Club of Fort Wayne today to commemorate the installation of Fort Wayne’s first Little Free Library in a city park. The ribbon cutting ceremony  in Memorial Park was also attended by Fort Wayne Parks & Recreation staff, City Council Members, Rotary Club President Jeff Krull, Rotaract and Rotary members, and the staff, students, and neighbors of nearby Memorial Park Middle School.

Contact:          Natalie Eggeman (260-427-6028)

                        FW Parks & Recreation Public Information Officer 

                        Robin Holley (260-417-3804)

                        Holley Hunter (260-438-4949)

Great Tree Canopy Comeback Volunteers

MEDIA ALERT: 12th Annual Great Tree Canopy Comeback!

                                Volunteers and Donations Needed

 WHO:              All ages of community volunteers are invited

$1 Night

Thursday, October 3, 5 - 8 pm

On the first Thursday night of the month we offer $1 admissions, 5-8 pm, for adults and children. Babies and up to age 2 are still admitted free. Enjoy the evening hours in The Gardens of New Orleans at a special discount. For more info, call (260) 427-6440. 

Splash Pads Close for Season

Fort Wayne, Ind— As we prepare for colder temperatures, the City’s splash pads will be turned off for the season at 9 pm, Sunday, September 29th.

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