Find out what’s happening in the Warsaw area by browsing through today’s events or search by category, keyword or date range. Warsaw is home to literally hundreds of special events and performances each year. This is the place to find out all the details.
Who’s Yer Gamers is a group dedicated to educating the general public on the variety, availability and benefits of hobby gaming. By providing free and reduced cost opportunities (like Who’s Yer Con) to participate in publicly open events, the group fosters a positive relationship between the hobby gaming community and the public through charitable service.
Rediscover your love of bacon with unlimited bacon dishes from incredible Chicago chefs!
Explosive, passionate and heartrending, A Streetcar Named Desire pits the desperate and sad needs of the fading Blanche against the raw passion of Stanley with Stella trapped in the middle. Visit website for specific dates and show times.
The Maumee Mary and Joseph Comedy Festival will bring the best local, regional and national acts to Downtown Fort Wayne. There will be laughs for all ages at the many festival venues.
Taste sour brews from breweries across the country, listen to seminars led by industry gurus and revel in all things sour beer. This is a 21 and older event.
A group of local market enthusiasts and vendors have come together in a grassroots effort to create an indoor farmers market. Located in the Lincoln Financial Event Center, the market will be out of the elements and open to the public.
This club is open to all individuals interested in the game of chess, from beginners to experts.
The Old Fort will play host to a mercenary company representing the years 1500-1650. Reenactors portraying soldiers from England, Spain, France, Germany and Poland will converge on the Fort to join the roll of the mercenary company of the Banner of St. Michael. See what soldiers and civilians in the Age of Discovery wore and ate, as well as how they trained in their trade and interacted with one another!
They supply the LEGOs, you supply the imagination! A great time to build LEGO creations and make new LEGO friends. This is for ages 5-14 and a guardian must be in the building during the entire program. No registration or library card required.
Fort Wayne’s Mad Ants take on the Canton Charge at home.
The public is invited to a non-smoking bingo night. Proceeds from the event benefit local pantries and youth programs.
Three Shakespearean works are represented here in vastly different guises. The program’s centerpiece is Mendelssohn’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
The Fort Wayne Dance Collective invites you to experience a powerful performance of Battery’s The Durga Project which weaves together the movement vocabularies, sonorities and aesthetics of the United States and India into a choreographic fantasy.