Things to do for the week ahead

Enjoy 12 delicious days of menu deals during Savor Fort Wayne. Nearly 50 restaurants will be providing menu deals no more than $30 per person. Make sure you pick up your rewards card at participating restaurants or STAR banks. (Courtesy photo)

Enjoy 12 delicious days of menu deals during Savor Fort Wayne. Nearly 50 restaurants will be providing menu deals no more than $30 per person. Make sure you pick up your rewards card at participating restaurants or STAR banks. (Courtesy photo)

There’s always plenty to fill your day with. Here are picks for something to do every day this week, from our friends at CurrentFortWayne.com

MONDAY: Ice skating – Headwaters Park

Take a skate around the Headwaters Park ice skating rink. The rink is open for its 15th season.

TUESDAY: Regional exhibition – Artlink

Discover a juried exhibition featuring a variety of work from Midwest artists. The gallery is open noon-7 p.m.

WEDNESDAY: Savor Fort Wayne – participating restaurants

Enjoy 12 delicious days of menu deals during Savor Fort Wayne. Nearly 50 restaurants will be providing menu deals no more than $30 per person. Make sure you pick up your rewards card at participating restaurants or STAR banks.

Brian Posehn – Calhoun Street Soups, Salads and Spirits

Recommended for teens and older. Comedian Brian Posehn is making a stop in Fort Wayne at Calhoun Streets Soups, Salads and Spirits for a show at 7 and 9 p.m.

THURSDAY: ‘Red’ – First Presbyterian Theatre

Discover a searing portrait of an artist’s ambition and vulnerability at the Thursday preview of “Red” at First Presbyterian Theatre.

FRIDAY: Nordic landscapes – Rhinehart Music Center

The Fort Wayne Philharmonic will be performing beautiful Nordic masterpieces with visual displays of windswept Nordic coastlines, icy plains and ancient forests creating a beautiful visual journey. The performance begins at 7:30 p.m.

SATURDAY: We are the Dream: The Legacy of MLK – Plymouth Congregational Church

Commemorate and pay homage to the legacy of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. with a musical program featuring speakers, and the Heartland Sings vocal artists. The celebration begins at 4 p.m.

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