Labor Day Weekend – Your Last Chance to Celebrate the Summer of 2013

Labor Day guy with giant hammer
While it seems that Memorial Weekend, which officially starts the summer season, just occurred only a few weeks ago, Labor Day weekend, which officially ends the summer season is upon us.

No more excuses.  It’s time to embrace summer, and enjoy all of those things going on in Fort Wayne, that will soon be over until next year.

Hey, one of the great things about apartment living is that you have more time to get out with your family and enjoy life.  Your not going to be stuck home mowing the lawn, or cleaning your gutters over the holiday weekend, like many home owners will be.

So here are a few events happening over Labor Day Weekend that you might find fun.

First, one of the largest events of the entire year takes place just up the road in Auburn, Indiana, the world-famous Auburn Cord Duesenberg Festival.  The multi day event starts on Thursday, and runs through Monday.  Click here to go to their website.  Many events, like the parade, are free, while others may cost a few bucks.

Next, it’s just about “lights out” time for Fort Wayne’s minor league baseball team, the Tin Caps.  Catch a game Labor Day Weekend, as the Caps host the Great Lake Loons on Saturday (with Fireworks), and Sunday at 7:05pm, and Monday afternoon at 1:05pm.

After that, only a couple more home games until next April.  Learn more here.

Summertime Farmer’s Markets will be ending soon as well.  Just a couple more Saturdays left at their downtown venue, the Barr Street Market.

And there are just two more free Friday night free music concerts at Jefferson Pointe.  Labor Day weekend features Rosemary Gates, and the last concert on September 6 ends appropriately with Goodnight Gracie.

Another thing you can do over the Labor Day holiday weekend since you don’t have any exterior painting to do, or shrubs to cut or plant, is to do nothing.  Just enjoy hanging around with friends and family right here at Montrose Square Apartments.  Whatever you do, be safe, and be courteous to your neighbors.

 

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