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Moments in Time: Reflecting on the Human Spirit Featuring the photographs of Elizabeth Opalinek

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Location: Visual Arts Gallery
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2101 Coliseum Blvd E,
Fort Wayne, IN 46805
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Photographic artist and educator Elizabeth Opalenik will showcase a variety of work that focuses on the human spirit. Her exhibition at IPFW will include work from her Amish series A Journey Home and from her recent exhibition Reflecting on the Edge. Her lecture, via Skype, will include topics from the exhibition as well as the wide variety of photographic art she has created. Feb. 27 – March 26 Artist’s Lecture and Exhibition Reception – Mar. 2 VA 204 5 - 7 p.m.

Vocal Division Showcase

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Location: Rhinehart Recital Hall
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2101 Coliseum Blvd E,
Fort Wayne, IN 46805
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Vocal students will offer solo works featuring early music collaborations while Melanie and Russell Bookout fill the air with the sounds of their period instruments. Tuesday, Feb. 28 7:30 p.m.

Journey to Easter

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Location: 4800 S Calhoun St.
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4800 S Calhoun St,
Fort Wayne, IN 46807
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All are welcome to join us at First Christian Church, 4800 S. Calhoun in Fort Wayne on a JOURNEY to EASTER. There will be 3 opportunities to prepare for your journey starting Ash Wednesday March 1st: “What Happened Thursday Night with Jesus” is a Wednesday Bible Study starting March 1 from 11 am-noon. (Bring a brown bag lunch if you wish.) Soup & Sustenance will be a free Wednesday soup supper and Bible Study starting March 1 from 6-7 pm. And a Saturday small group study, Life Journey will start Saturday March 4 from 9-10 am. For more information call 744-3239.

Drawn Together

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Location: Calhoun Street Soups, Salads, And Spirits
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1915 S Calhoun St,
Fort Wayne, Indiana 46802
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Join Artlink Wednesday, March 1st from 7:00-9:00pm at Calhoun Street Soups, Salads, And Spirits for Drawn Together! Drawn Together is a celebration of creativity and community. Each month we'll bring artists and friends together to draw, sketch, doodle, and design. We’ll bring the pencils and paper, just bring your imagination! Tobias Studios will be facilitating this edition of Drawn Together. This is a free event open to anyone - artists and non-artists alike!

Brass Day featuring Gail Williams

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Location: Rhinehart Music Center
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2101 Coliseum Blvd E,
Fort Wayne, IN 46805
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All brass students are welcome to join us for a remarkable day filled with clinics and workshops with members of the IPFW brass faculty, members of the Fort Wayne Philharmonic, and one of the greatest brass pedagogues today, Northwestern University’s Professor of Horn Gail Williams. Williams also has served as the former hornist for the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. The evening concludes with a brass performance in Auer Hall. Please contact Michael Lewellen, lewellem@ipfw.edu, for more information. Thursday, Mar. 2 All Day

AARP Chapter 187 March 2017 Presentation

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Location: Fort Wayne Community Foundation
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555 East Wayne Street,
Fort Wayne, IN 46805
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The Allen County Chapter 187 of AARP will hold its monthly free educational presentation on Thursday, March 2, 2017, at 2:00 p.m. at the Community Foundation, 555 East Wayne Street, Fort Wayne (corner of Wayne and Monroe.)  Stephanie Walker, Regional Manager and Divisional Consultant for Heartland Home Health and Hospice, will present on her agency's work of improving the quality of health care systems, especially for the terminally ill. Stephanie enthuses that it is "How Do You Want to Live?" that guides her service to those facing end-of-life challenges and opportunities.  She will address questions from the participants.  The public is invited.  

IPFW Bands with Guest Artist Gail Williams, horn

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Location: Auer Performance Hall
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2101 Coliseum Blvd E,
Fort Wayne, IN 46805
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The IPFW Bands are excited to welcome Professor Gail Williams from Northwestern University and formerly the Chicago Symphony Orchestra in performance with the Symphonic Wind Ensemble. Also featured on this concert will be a joint brass performance as well as composer Steven Bryant’s fanfare, In This Broad Earth and Percy Grainger’s magnum opus, Lincolnshire Posy! Daniel Tembras, Conductor Thursday, Mar. 2 7:30 p.m.

The Little Red Hen

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Location: Woodburn Missionary Church
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5808 Bull Rapids Road,
Woodburn, IN 46797
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Friday, March 3, 2017 - 7:00pm - This is a delightful and witty children’s musical that is sure to warm your heart with its original music and exciting choreography. Come away to a beautiful little farm and meet the little Red Hen and other charming animals and watch as they learn that God rewards the diligent and gives grace to the humble. There will be a free will offering held after each performance. Be sure to check the calendar for all performances we are holding this year.

Mensa Admissions Test

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Location: First Presbyterian Church Room 304
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300 W. Wayne St. Room 304,
Fort Wayne, IN 46802
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What: Mensa Admissions Test

When: Saturday March 4

Registration begins at 9:30 am, testing begins at 10:00 am.

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First Presbyterian Church Room 304

300 W. Wayne St. Fort Wayne, IN 46802

Park in lot at corner of Webster and Berry Streets on the north side of the church. $40 and photo ID required, must be age 14 or older to test. Reservations or prior notification not necessary, walk-ins welcome.

For more information, contact Dan Klopfenstein 260-710-0030

ACRES Land Trust SHARE THE TRAILS HIKE

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Location: Ropchan Wildlife Refuge
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4990 N. SR 827,
Fremont, IN 46737
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Saturday, March 4, 10 am Explore varied landscapes: forest, wetland and once-cultivated field in succession. Glaciers sculpted this country, creating rolling hills and gravel and sand kames, as well as a kettle-hole lake, Cemetery Lake. This is a natural sanctuary for birds, other wildlife and plants. A platform near the creek is used by visitors looking for ducks and other water birds, great blue herons, muskrats and beavers. Bring your camera, your friends and your sense of adventure!

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