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Purdue University Fort Wayne’s 56th commencement – 5/8/2024

Purdue Fort Wayne’s 56th commencement on May 8, 2024, at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum will draw energy from thousands of stories that often find that perfect blend of experiences shared and experiences that are totally unique.

Registration opens for free tree seedlings

In celebration of Arbor Day 2024, Fort Wayne Parks and Recreation in partnership with Trees Indiana will offer over 200 seedlings to the public via a simple phone registration.

City: Tree debris drop-off sites announced

The City of Fort Wayne, Indiana, has set up several tree debris drop-off sites to assist residents in the cleanup from last night's storms.

What’s Happening in Fort Wayne Parks the week of April 18, 2022

The following events and programs are happening during the week of April 18, 2022, in City of Fort Wayne Indiana Parks.
Allen County War Memorial Coliseum

Pearl Harbor Day rememberance ceremony – 12/7/2021

Local veteran organizations and the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum will host a Pearl Harbor Day Remembrance Ceremony in Memorial Hall on December 7, 2021.

Parnell Avenue closing July 12, 2021

Due to weather, Parnell Avenue will not be closed until July 12, 2012.
Allen County War Memorial Coliseum

Annual Parnell Avenue Memorial Day Parade – 5/31/2021

The annual Parnell Avenue Memorial Day Parade will be held on Memorial Day, May 31, 2021.

ACDH: Take the winning shot

The health department is encouraging eligible youth ages 12 and up to “take the winning shot” and get vaccinated so they don’t have to miss out on activities because of COVID-19.

USF protocols for commencement events

The University of Saint Francis announces its protocols and ticketing procedures for the May 1, 2021 commencement events.
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ACDH to launch COVID-19 vaccine clinic

Allen County will join the statewide effort of providing the COVID-19 vaccine to eligible people against COVID-19 beginning next week at the Memorial Coliseum.