Newburgh Celebrates Christmas
Step Back into time as Newburgh rolls out the 1800’s for Newburgh Celebrates Christmas!
First Weekend in December every year!
Friday Evening, kicks off Newburgh Celebrates Christmas weekend. Friday evening is the lighting of the luminaries along the streets and the Festival of Trees at Preservation Hall. It is a fun evening of browsing the decorated trees of all size and shapes. You’ll find stunning trees to bid on for home or office.
Saturday and Sunday on that first weekend in December is when Newburgh shows off their Victorian spirit. Characters and Musicians stroll our streets dressed in Charles Dickens costume. Chestnuts roasted on the open fire. Find the Elf Contest and Find the Candy Cane contest gives customers a chance to see and experience shops and restaurants they may never have been in.
Access Storage – thank you for donating space for HNI to store our “things”
Dr. Mike Chou, Advanced Neuro and Spinal Surgery – thank you for being a great landlord
F.C. Tucker Emge Realtors Women’s – thank you for all that you do for Historic Newburgh
Women’s Healthcare PC – thank you for providing the life-size snow globe that will be next to House of White Saturday afternoon A1C Power LLC – thank you for our colorful town Christmas tree in front of Town Hall
Thanks to our crew! It is a magical weekend.
- Kate Fischer – Newburgh Celebrates Christmas Committee Chair
- The Holiday Committee: Stacie Krieger, Desi Gordon, Tara Hewitt, Leanna Hughes, Melissa McGuire, Morgan Rignall, Carol Slow, Karen Stevens, Alice Van Zandt, Stephanie Hinton Kaho, John Lybarger, John Reid, Byron Sherman, Frank Schulties, Susan Melfi & Amber Kelly
- Kristy Powell – Newburgh Town Manager
- The Newburgh Town Council
Festival of Trees Participants:
Tree sponsors include Pet Food Center, Built on a Rock, The Refinery and their Driftwood Tree, 321 Vintage, Carol E. Smith Interiors, Meuth Carpets, Mulberry Jeans, It Can Be Arranged, Stacie Krieger, ERA Realty, The Melfi Family, Leanna Hughes and more.
Christmas rocks in Newburgh.