Welcome to Historic Newburgh, Inc. (HNI)

Historic Newburgh, Inc. is your go-to source for what is happening in Newburgh, Indiana.  Our community has been a National Main Street Community for over 30 years.  Perched on the banks of the Ohio River, Historic Newburgh has unique shopping and dining, sightseeing and strolling, festivals and events. There’s something fun for everyone all year long!

We Need Your Help Funding the
Lamppost Flower project in Downtown Newburgh!

Support a worthy cause…. Donate today!



State and Jennings Flowers and clear blue sky dayIt was four years ago that Jim Seibert brought to the Historic Newburgh, Inc. Board of Directors, the idea of lining the streets of the Town of Newburgh with flower baskets.  The only hurdle was money to buy the baskets, the flowers and someone to water the flowers.  Thanks to a donation from Phyllis and Bill Bussing, we were able to launch our project.

Today, we have refined our methods, expanded the number of baskets and have a great team of individuals making it all happen.  Downtown Newburgh looks gorgeous!

Every year we struggle to meet our budget. This year we are asking you to help. Our first goal is to reach $5,000 to pay for our 2016 lamppost flower basket project, then our second goal is an additional $5,000 to pay for our 2017 project.  Any additional funds raised will go to future lamppost flower basket efforts.  Historic Newburgh needs you!  Shop, dine and enjoy your Downtown Newburgh!

 

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Full Sponsor List

Click here for our full list of sponsors by membership category.

 

2016 Indiana Bicentennial Plans in Warrick County

Newburgh will host a reenactment of the Newburgh Raid during the Civil War from Friday, July 15, 2016 through Sunday, July 17, 2016. This event will feature a Cotillion Ball, a reenactment of the Newburgh Raid and a Civil War skirmish, a Civil War beard competition, and a historic home tour. The event is designed to bring back to life the sights and sounds of Newburgh life during the American Civil War.