The city of Fort Wayne is located in northeastern Indiana. It was reported to have an estimated population of 251,427 people, according to a 2008 census, making it Indiana’s second largest city.Fort Wayne’s economy is mostly centered around manufacturing. Major companies, including General Electric, Westinghouse, and International Harvester, employ several residents of Fort Wayne each year. Many others work in the healthcare, defense and security, and insurance sector.Indiana University—Purdue University Fort Wayne is the fifth-largest public university in Indiana with an enrollment of 11,943. There are also several religiously affiliated colleges in Fort Wayne. These include University of Saint Francis (Roman Catholic), Concordia Theological Seminary (Lutheran), and Indiana Wesleyan University (Wesleyan Church).In Fort Wayne, the Allen County Public Library (ACPL) has established 14 branches around the city. The Main Library Branch has an art gallery, auditorium, bookstore, and café.For fun and entertainment, Fort Wayne hosts several festivals and is home to several museums. Its' BBQ RibFest, Germanfest, and Greek Fest provide delicious food and showcase the city’s heritage annually. The Corvette Classics Museums, which showcases historical Corvettes, The Fort Wayne Firefighters Museum, and the Jack D. Diehm Wildlife Museum of Natural History are some of the most popular museums in Fort Wayne.