Updated: Thursday, 25 Apr 2013, 9:38 AM EDT
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – First News Saturday and Sunday is helping you kick off your weekend!
Plus, you can count on a complete rundown of all area events and your full weekend forecast from our First News Weekend crew.
Of course, we’ll have the latest from anything that happens overnight along with the top national stories.
And, we visited with four live guests.
On Saturday, Gina and Nicholas sat down with Sean Noaln, a representative from Eagle Marsh and Pam Whitacre, with Soarin’ Hawk Raptor Rehab. They talked about this year's Earth Day activities happening Sunday from 1pm to 5pm.
Also on Saturday, the co-directors of Lemonade Day, Kylee Shirey and Phil Maurizi sat down to talk about doing this event for a second year. They also discussed how to sign your kids up for this year's event.
And, don’t forget about Sunday’s live program!
The Red Cross is kicking off their Ride for Red campaign. Their first event will be held in memory of riders who have lost their lives while riding on their motorcycles. A local representative from Lucky Harley Davidson joined First News Weekend to talk about the campaign and where people can go donate blood.
And, it’s something many of us are hoping to do soon, plant our flowers or start a garden. Ricky Keremy from the Allen County Extension Office joined Nicholas and Gina to give some tips on planting your annuals and perennials.
So, don’t forget to tune in to your only news outlet for weekend mornings and your best weather information finder, First News Saturday and Sunday!