By Executive Director|2020-01-13T16:50:10-05:00March 21st, 2020|Categories: Lectures, Meetings|Tags: architecture, brick streets, downtown, Endangered List, historic personalities, historic preservation, landscape architecture, neighborhood development, West Central Neighborhood|0 Comments
Explore how our past makes our present and future better The ARCH Inc. Fun & Free lecture series kicks off in January with an exploration of how Petula Clark’s classic song “Downtown” is a valuable guide to understanding our city today. Its four following monthly installments through May cover topics ranging from our [...]
Thrill to Fort Wayne's best ghost stories and most macabre true tales as you walk the dark streets of downtown with an ARCH guide on a warm summer evening.
On Wednesdays, Spark Placemaking has organized various walking tours in and around the General Electric campus to highlight the current Electric Works revitalization plans. On this day, ARCH staff will guide a walk along the Broadway corridor and into the West Central Neighborhood! You’ll learn about neighborhood development, historic architecture, brick streets, and early residents of the area. [...]