5 Family-Friendly Fort Wayne Events in January
There’s always something going on in Fort Wayne, even in the winter time!
Here’s our list of the best events in Fort Wayne that the whole family will enjoy.
Spark Winter Reading Program
The Allen County Public Library is inviting kids and their parents to keep track of their reading time in January to earn great prizes. Stop by your local ACPL branch for a bookmark to participate. Get more information on the ACPL’s website.
Ice Skating at Headwaters Park
Feel the need to get some exercise? Enjoy the weather and head to the ice rink at Headwaters Park. You don’t even have to bring your own skates—just rent them there! Check out the Visit Fort Wayne website for details on hours and prices.
Super Hero Night at the Fort Wayne Mad Ants
Does your kid love super heroes? Then you won’t want to miss the Mad Ants game on Jan. 19. Expect to see a few SUPER special guests at the game. Get your tickets here.
Mizpah Shrine Circus
Everyone loves when the circus comes to town! Get your tickets now for one of the shows happening Jan. 25-28 at the Memorial Coliseum.
Fort Wayne Philharmonic’s Evening with Jake Shimaburkuro
Ukelele extraordinaire Jake Shimaburkuro has been called a “hero” by Rolling Stone magazine. He plays the ukelele like you’ve never heard before. Head to the Embassy Theatre on Jan. 26 to watch him perform with the Fort Wayne Philharmonic. Get your tickets here.
That’s quite a full schedule for January! Don’t forget to mark your calendar for the 97.3 WMEE Baby & Family Fair Expo coming up Feb. 9 at the Memorial Coliseum. Admission is free! Get more info and RSVP on Facebook now.