We went to the recently opened Karpeles Museum in Fort Wayne over the weekend. It is an intriguing place. For starters, it is in a gorgeous space- an old neighborhood church just off of Calhoun Street. It has rotating exhibits; currently it is Great Women in History. We just thought it was kind of amazing that the Warrant for the Execution of Mary Queen of Scots was in this little Fort Wayne neighborhood. The museum is open Tuesday through Saturday 10A-4P. It is also absolutely free. We even asked if there was a donation box but the ladies there said no. The library provides educational programs and lectures for schools at all levels. It is due to the generous founder who has a lovely letter on the website explaining how he was filled with hope, pride, and inspiration from the world's predecessors when he was young but has seen that feeling dissipate with subsequent generations and would like to restore it. We highly recommend visiting here. It was fascinating just to see the penmanship and awe-inspiring to be in the presence of things like one of the only 14 surviving pages of Uncle Tom's Cabin.