ARCH announces the first of the 2011 Fun and Free Lectures: “Indian Village and the 20th Century Neighborhood” on Tuesday, January 25th, 7pm, at the Waynedale Branch, Allen County Public Library, 2200 Lower Huntington Road. Focusing on the recent listing of Indian Village on the National Register, the talk describes the wonderful blending of 20th century styles in a neighborhood that had several developers and eras, and what Indian Village represents in terms of the national trends of suburbanization in the 20th century. Presented by Angie Quinn, Executive Director of ARCH.
Indian Village Historic Home and Garden Tour
ARCH—Fort Wayne’s organization for historic preservation–announces that its annual Home and Garden Tour will be held in historic Indian Village Neighborhood, in Fort Wayne, Indiana on Saturday, June 25th from 11:00am until 5:00pm (EDT).
This annual event features historic homes and neighborhoods throughout the city. The Indian Village Historic District is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and features exceptional homes in the Colonial Revival, Eclectic Revivals, and Contemporary and Ranch designs in a wooded setting.
The Indian Village Home and Garden Tour will feature almost a dozen houses and gardens, ranging from charming revival homes to exquisite atomic-age midcentury wonders. Free public presentations about period architecture and style and other activities are planned as well.