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City’s Golf Courses close due to weather conditions

The Fort Wayne Parks and Recreation Department has decided to close the City Golf Courses for the weekend due to the current weather conditions.

Trek the Trails this Winterval – 1/29/2022

The public is invited to warm up with a family-friendly, 6-mile bike ride along the Pufferbelly Trail as part of the Winterval 2022 event in downtown Fort Wayne, Indiana.

City of Fort Wayne update regarding garbage and recycling collection

Update from the City of Fort Wayne as continued delays with the collection of garbage and recycling materials continues.

What’s happening in Fort Wayne Parks the week of December 6, 2021

The following events and programs are happening the week of December 6, 2021, at Fort Wayne Parks.

What’s happening on the Riverfront: December 2021

Fort Wayne Parks and Recreation offers the following events and programs on the Riverfront in December 2021.

What’s happening at the Botanical Conservatory: December 2021

The following events and programs are happening in December 2021 at the Botanical Conservatory.

“Alpine Holiday” opens at the Botanical Conservatory – 11/20/2021

This year’s holiday exhibit “Alpine Holiday” opens Saturday, November 20, 2021, at the Foellinger-Freimann Botanical Conservatory.

Parks and Recreation receives awards

The Fort Wayne Parks & Recreation Department was honored with two 2020 IPRA Awards of Excellence during an Indiana Park and Recreation Association event on November 4, 2021.

Closing schedule for Fort Wayne Park Golf Courses

The Fort Wayne Parks and Recreation Department has determined the following schedule for the three city golf courses for the remainder of the 2021 season.

Volunteers needed for the Great Tree Canopy Comeback

On Saturday, October 23, 2021, from 10 am to noon, Friends of the Parks of Allen County invites citizens to partner with area parks & trails departments to plant new trees in parks and public spaces during the 20th annual Great Tree Canopy Comeback.