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24 May 2008

This is going to be interesting & Things to do in Fort Wayne

Well starting out, today was suppose to be a lazy day; originally I had four posts planned for today: two updates on national GLBTIQAS (Gay and Lesbian etc.) issues, and this one, followed by a general commentary post. That was at half past ten, in the morning; it is now eleven fifteen at night! I have three posts still sitting in draft mode, and I am just now sitting down to type this one; it has been a long, hard, day. Folks, that is what makes life in Fort Wayne great. Short of F6 sounding like a montage of slogans, Fort Wayne really does provide "room for dreams".

Being able to help certain people in query secure their dreams for the future and resolve the nightmares of the past bad choices and decisions by others, makes my vocation while limited in recompense or reward, satisfying and worth every moment of personal sacrifice of a few lazy moments of writing and much needed rest. Additionally, any time I start to question or fret over whether or not to continue my ministry here in any capacity or just pack up and move to Wyoming (get it, " WHY? OH ME!", sorry - bad pun), God always seems to send me into situations that no one else is either willing to deal with or knows how to. That is kind of cool and it is also nice to know that I am right where He wants me to be.

There are several major events coming up as well as new additions or offerings from long standing community organizations and you can get a quick picture by viewing
F6's Links Page and scroll to the bottom for our Google Calendar. The following are just three that I would like to highlight and also correct previous misinformation posted on this forum, if you don't mind.

About a month and a half ago, I received an unverified email regarding ARCH's Downtown Treasures Tours that happen April through October at 1p.m. on the first Friday of the month starting @ The Convention and Visitors Bureau on Calhoun Street and runs a course across the south end of Downtown's historic attractions.

I put it up on the calendar, with a private note to review it later. A couple days ago, I finally spoke with Angie Quinn, who leads the tours and also writes @ Revolutionary Potluck League, randomly. I was able to verify with her some details and clarify certain others. During our conversation she also filled me in about a new set of tours that will happen on Saturdays from the 7th of June through 27th of September and start at ten in the morning leaving from the Barr Street Market and run north and again west covering those attractions.

Each tour takes approximately ninety minutes and covers one mile of travel. The Downtown Treasures Tours are free; although ARCH does ask that you call ahead to notify them how many people will be attending, so they have enough guides to lead you around our historic and yet modern City.

Katie @ Fort Wayne Yoga sent me a message, clarifying that while Dodge Ball @ Foster Park starts at 5 p.m. on Sundays apparently the Yoga class doesn't start until 6:30 p.m. For more information, follow the links in the previous sentence, and again my apologies for the misinformation.

One of the strongest assets and institutions in Fort Wayne is it's art community. Please take time to check out Allen County Public Library's Fort Wayne Area Artists blog. With the hundreds of working and innovative artists, Fort Wayne is the hometown choice of several nationally and internationally recognized artists.

Comcast in conjunction with Arts United and several other companies are presenting THE ART CRAWL FESTIVAL on Friday the 30th of May from 5-9 p.m. It all starts off @ the intersection of Wayne and Calhoun and stretches all the way east and west from Harrison to Clinton Streets and south to Washington Boulevard. The event is free to browse and by purchasing the works, you can support our local artists and help them flourish in their craft. In addition, with all the great local art and age appropriate venues, the Downtown Improvement District has other features for this festival listed on their website; so I will refer any further event promotions to that page.

encourages you to bring your family & friends out celebrating The Arts in The Summit City!

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thanks to the sacrifice of many the scourge of Dont Ask Dont Tell in the land of the free and home of the brave will be gone by the end of June!!!!