FORT WAYNE — There will be a morning of water fun from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Salamonie Interpretive Center at Salamonie Lake, for children 2 to 5.
Adults are expected to remain with their kids throughout the program.
Some of the program will be indoors, so this should go on regardless of weather, and participants can bring lunch to eat after the event.
There is a $2-per-child fee. The standard property entrance fee will be waived.
Register in advance by calling 260-468-2127 or by visiting the Interpretive Center in the Lost Bridge West Recreation Area, 3691 S. New Holland Road, Andrews.
On Aug. 7 to 9, at Salamonie Lake, children can learn about life on the Indiana frontier during the Persistent Pioneers Day Camp.
Itís open to kids 7 to 11 and runs 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Interpretive Center.
Children should bring a sack lunch with drink each day, as well as a reusable water bottle. A snack will be provided.
The fee is $50. That will be adjusted for families with multiple children attending. There are also one- or two-day registrations.
Participants are required to pay the $5-per-in-state-vehicle entrance fee once. To register, call 260- 468-2127.
The 43rd annual Three Rivers Rugby Tournament will be held Saturday at McMillen Park with teams from Michigan, Illinois, Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana, including Fort Wayneís Black and Blue team. The menís 10s tournament begins at 10 a.m. There will also be a women 7s tournament, high school motley games and a 35-and-over game. There is no admission.
For more information, contact Sam DiFilippo at 260-450-1902 or email@example.com.
The first Fort Wayne Sport Club Kickiní It For Kidsí Sake Charity Kickball tournament fundraiser took place at Fort Wayne Sport Club on June 30 and raised $2,500 to benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Indiana.
We Kix It won the tournament, followed by Sharpy KC, OmniSource and Team Snyder.