TinCaps To Wear Special Patches In 2017

Throughout the 2017 season, the TinCaps and all 16 Midwest League teams, plus umpires, will honor the late Midwest League President, George H. Spelius, who passed away last September, with a sleeve patch. The black patch bearing the initials G.H.S in white text will be sewn on the cuff of the left sleeve of all […]

Free Rain Garden Workshops

The popular City Utilities rain garden workshops are back to help residents manage rain water runoff on their property. Four workshops are scheduled this spring to teach residents how to create a rain garden on their property including: sizing, shaping, location, routing water to the garden, construction, plant selection and maintenance. During the training sessions […]

Byron Health Center Hosts Huntington’s Disease Support Group

Byron Health Center continues to host a monthly ‘open’ support group for those affected with Huntington’s Disease (HD), as well as their family and friends. The next meeting is Thursday, April 6th, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Any members of the community who have, or who have been affected by, HD are invited to attend […]

3rd Annual Dingus Day Celebration At The Deer Park Irish Pub

Just as the fervor of St. Patrick ’s Day has come and gone, the Deer Park Irish Pub has begun planning its third annual Dingus Day celebration for Monday, April 17, beginning 9 a.m. Dingus Day is a festive Polish holiday marked by parties and parades with some fun traditions thrown in as well. After […]

Community Foundation Leader To Retire

David Bennett, Executive Director of the Community Foundation of Greater Fort Wayne since 1995, will retire at the end of this year. The announcement came at the Foundation’s board meeting on February 9. Chris Rupp, board chair, indicated that the search process for David’s successor would begin shortly. During Bennett’s tenure, the assets of the […]

New Exoplanet Images At Science Central

Science Central created new data sets for TRAPPIST- 1, the newly discovered exoplanets discovered by NASA a few weeks ago. Nasa’s Spitzer Space Telescope collected data from the planet system, which an artist used to create beautiful images. Science Central then took the flat artwork to develop data sets for the center’s popular programs. In […]

Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum Hosts Cars & Coffee

Every 3rd Saturday of the Month: April 15, May 20, June 17, July 15, August 19, and September 16 the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum will host “Cars & Coffee” in its Education & Exhibit Plaza, the attractive gateway to the City of Auburn, Indiana from the South. The newest addition to the Museum’s campus […]

IAC And Arts United Release Statewide Study On Creative Economy

Northeast Indiana’s creative economy consists of 18,834 jobs, or 4.5 percent of all jobs in the region, according to a study commissioned by the Indiana Arts Commission with support from Arts United of Greater Fort Wayne, Inc. The number of northeast Indiana’s creative economy jobs is similar to other key employment sectors including construction, finance […]

The Communicator Fundraiser

The Communicator, IPFW’s award-winning student-run newspaper, announces a variety show from noon to 1 p.m. on Tuesday, April 11 in the Walb Classic Ballroom on the IPFW campus. The event will feature performances from singer/songwriter Jess Thrower, magician Dick Stoner (owner of Stoner’s Funstore) and stand-up comics from Let’s Comedy. The variety show will also […]

Parkview Field Open House Set For Saturday

The TinCaps’ 2017 home opener on Saturday, April 8 is almost here, but fans can meet the team and visit Parkview Field even sooner. The TinCaps will host their annual Parkview Field Open House on Saturday, April 1 (11 a.m.—1 p.m.). Free behind-the-scenes tours will be available to showcase the venue that has been rated […]