FWPR Community Center is Certified Sensory Inclusive

 Fort Wayne, Ind – The Fort Wayne Parks and Recreation Community Center has partnered with KultureCity® to make the center at 233 West Main Street and all of the programs and events that the venue hosts to be sensory inclusive. KultureCity® is a leading nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting inclusivity and accessibility for individuals with sensory needs. Its flagship initiative, the Sensory Inclusive™ program, has been widely embraced by venues, stadiums and cultural institutions across the nation and around the world. This groundbreaking program provides training and resources to staff, enabling them to better accommodate individuals with sensory sensitivities. As a result, countless families and individuals can now experience and enjoy live events, entertainment and public spaces with greater comfort and ease. This certification will promote an accommodating and positive experience for all guests with a sensory issue who visit the Community Center.

What’s Happening in the Parks

The week ahead

Fort Wayne, Ind. – The following events and programs are happening the week ahead:

 

Reminder:

 Bunny Tales in the Garden

Friday and Saturday, March 29 & 30, 10:00a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Foellinger-Freimann Botanical Conservatory, 1100 South Calhoun Street

Hop from one garden to the next as part of “Bunny Tales” at the Botanical Conservatory. Every-bunny is invited to share in festive fun while interacting with live animals and encountering cheerful blooms along the way. Discover the tale’s ending when visiting the Easter Bunny! Bunny goes on break from 11:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. and 1:30-2:00 p.m. General admission fees apply. Sponsored by: WAJI Majic, WFFT Fox 55 and Koester’s Body & Frame Shop.

Applications for Citizen-Match Tree Program Now Accepted

Submit applications before July 1  

Fort Wayne, Ind –Applications are again accepted online or by mail for the annual Citizen-match residential street tree planting program. City of Fort Wayne residents may apply for a street tree to be planted in the street right of way (between the street and the property line) at a discounted rate of $50 after the application has been reviewed and the site has been approved.

March 27, 2024

 Applications for Citizen-Match Tree Program Now Accepted

Submit applications before July 1  

Fort Wayne, Ind –Applications are again accepted online or by mail for the annual Citizen-match residential street tree planting program. City of Fort Wayne residents may apply for a street tree to be planted in the street right of way (between the street and the property line) at a discounted rate of $50 after the application has been reviewed and the site has been approved.

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