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 Every month on the Last Saturday, downtown Fort Wayne offers a wide variety of activities. The goal for the Cultural District is to attract visitors downtown to experience diverse social, arts, and cultural opportunities. There are events for every age and interest. Last Saturdays is a great way for individual artists and organizations to share their message with a large, built-in audience, and create vibrancy in downtown Fort Wayne. Let us know about your downtown event on a Last Saturday by emailing us at info@DowntownFortWayne.comTweet using #LastSaturdays


May 28, 2016 Last Saturdays Schedule:

Fort Wayne Museum of Art

311 East Main St.

Last Saturdays admission $1 per person.

Exhibits include:
Out of Print: Pushing the Boundaries in the Art of Print – Last Day for this exhibition!

Geoffrey Hiller: Daybreak in Myanmar – Last Day for this exhibition!

Beaux Arts and Blueprints: The Allen County Courthouse, a Treasure Among Us

Elemental Attraction: Metalworks by George Beasley and Susanne Roewer


The History Center

History Center – 302 E Berry St

Half Price Admission

200@200 is a celebration of Fort Wayne’s legacy of progress throughout Indiana’s 200 years of history. Using artifacts from the museum’s collection of 28,000 objects, the History Center will tell 200 unique stories of Fort Wayne’s role in the 200 years of Indiana’s statehood throughout the 2016 bicentennial year.

From Ration Lines to the Front Lines The History Center will host The Great War: From Ration Lines to the Front Lines, one of the Indiana Historical Society’s (IHS) newest traveling exhibitions.

The exhibit explores the roots of WWI, America’s entrance into the war, Indian’s participation in and contributions to the war effort, the evolution of warfare, the role of Hoosier women both at home and abroad, Germans in Indiana, efforts for lasting peace, the construction of the American legion building and the Indiana War Memorial and More. The exhibit will be supplemented with local artifacts, documents and images from the History Center’s historical collection.

 Roll, Drop, Bounce

Science Central – 1950 North Clinton

Physics roars to life as visitors roll, drop and bounce to investigate kinetic experience and understand the science of how things move. The exhibits inspire visitors to think up new experiments to try while they explore gravity, Newton’s Laws of Motion, kinetic energy, friction and momentum.

These activities are included with Science Central admission. Last Saturdays admission is half price.



You are invited to join us for our special Yoga and Art celebration. Start the evening with a flowing all levels yoga practice with Art Director and Teacher, Chelsea Rittenhouse. Join us for class from 7:00pm-8:15pm, followed by an art show featuring local artist Jerry Sebolt!

Indulge in a sensory experience for the physical, mental, and emotional level as we share our love for community, space, and beauty.

$5 Community Class



Maker’s Apothecary

The City Exchange Shops at 127 W. Wayne

free certified organic body care sample