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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

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Sept 24, 2016 Last Saturdays Schedule:

Japanese Family Event
Botanical Conservatory
1100 South Calhoun
http://www.botanicalconservatory.org/

Konnichiwa! Join us as we celebrate Our Japanese Sister! This family-friendly event will allow you to peek into Japanese culture as you enjoy our beautiful Japanese garden exhibit which features a Tea House and items from Takaoka on display. Learn more about our Sister City in Japan as you enjoy crafts, tastes of Japanese food and tea, performances, and fun and games. No reservations required; regular admission applies

Fort Wayne Museum of Art
431 W. Berry St.
http://www.fwmoa.org/

Exhibits include:
• Tom Martin: Everything and Nothing
• Afros: A Celebration of Natural Hair
• Selections from the Haan Collection of Indiana Art
Last Saturdays admission $1.

Science Central
Bones Carnival
1950 North Clinton
Discounted Admission $5
http://sciencecentral.org/

Step right up to explore your bones! Learn how diet and exercise keeps your skeleton in tip-top shape! Bones Carnival builds awareness about the importance of developing proper, lifelong habits for healthy bones. The interactive exhibits and informational signs describe the vital need for people to eat plenty of calcium-rich foods, avoid osteoporosis and bone disease, and get plenty of exercise to ensure better bone health now and in the future. The exhibition was developed by Purdue University.

200@200 Iconic
History Center
302 E Berry St
Half Price Admission
www.fwhistory.com

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.

Fort Wayne Farmer’s Market
FWFM Downtown SE corner of Wayne St and Barr Street 9 to 1 June through September 24th
Our market offers a variety of producer only vendors – Farm and Garden, Home-based Food, Natural Products, and Crafters. We are striving to find a balance and good mix of food and product for the consumer. FWFM is proud to offer fresh produce and foods that are grown or made in our region. Including selections for those with special dietary needs or restrictions including vegetarian, vegan, paleo, sugar-free and gluten-free.
When visiting FWFM and individual vendors, be sure to check in on foursquare for deals and specials! FWFM encourages the community to “Buy Local, Buy Fresh” at every opportunity, including supporting other farmer’s markets.

North Coast Organics
City Exchange
127 W Wayne St
www.NorthCoastOrganics.us
North Coast Organics will be offering a free certified organic body care sample from their line during Last Saturdays.

Frued’s Last Session
PPG ArtsLab, Auer Center for the Arts
300 E Main St
http://allforonefw.org/

Freud’s Last Session (September 16 through 25, 2016) unfolds in the looming shadow of WWII, and places in one room an elderly Sigmund Freud, brilliant psychiatrist and long-time atheist, and Oxford professor C.S. Lewis, prolific writer, professed Christian and outspoken critic of Freud’s teaching. The ensuing 90 minutes of conversation and debate sparkles with wit, articulate argument, and some pathos—as well as with surprising civility. This critically-acclaimed drama by Mark St. Germain is a must see for everyone on both sides of the issues. Starring Larry Bower as Sigmund Freud and Jeff Salisbury as C.S. Lewis. Rated PG for subject matter—recommended for high school and up.

Living Fort Wayne Film Series
Allen County Public Library
900 Library Plaza
http://www.livingfortwayne.com/film-series/

The Living Fort Wayne Film Series was an idea that developed from the 2014 My City Summit. After the Summit, a group of volunteers came together who were passionate about creating a free film series that not only offered free entertainment for all ages, but also introduced individuals to different areas of Fort Wayne that they may not have visited otherwise. The excitement and support for this series has grown tremendously, and we’re so excited that we were able to bring it back for a third year! This week’s film is The Book of Life.

Electric Fall
Headwaters Park
7pm – 12am

G Sanchez Productions, Kenny Redd, Deceptaconz, Phriends, Danny Miami, DJ Loshe and live performances from Quise, E Tate and Alibi, and 1 Unbelievable Special Guest Performer!

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