FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT)- Germanfest returns to the Summit City for the 37th year this week.
This is the year to get out and enjoy the week long celebration of the region's German heritage. Festivities began Wednesday in Headwaters Park and last through the weekend.
All your classic favorites are back like German food, dancing, live music, and the wiener dog races.
Admission to the festival is $2.00, and $5.00 after 5:00 p.m. Kids under 14 are free.
- Germanfest returns to Headwaters Park
- Developer looking at plans for Headwaters Park parking lot
- Headwaters Park ice rink opens for 15th season
- Skaters enjoy the ice rink at Headwaters Park opening weekend.
- Free Labor Day Picnic held at Headwaters Park
- First Veg'n Brew Fest comes to Headwaters Park
- Great ice skating season for Headwaters Park so far
- Headwaters Park ice skating ends for the season
- Headwaters Junction moving forward with railroad right of way
- Johnny Appleseed Festival returns