Community Events
07.05.2017

Spend a day in the past at the annual Rural Life Festival in Newburg on Saturday, July 8th.  The Rural Life Festival is presented by Newburg United Methodist Church, 203 North High Street, Newburg (3 miles from exit 201 of the PA Turnpike).

Admission and parking are FREE for the event, which is held from 9AM – 3PM rain or shine.

Come out and enjoy the following:  Antique Farm Machinery, Antique Displays, Small Engines, Grain Flailing, Working Steam Engine, Grain Thrashing, Horse Drawn Binder, Scrapple Making, Butchering Display, Making Fresh Apple Cider, Bread Baking, Bean Soup made in Black kettle, Horse Wagon Rides, Barrel Train, Children’s Activities, Petting Zoo, Potato Raising, Butter Making, Soap Making, Sheep Shearing, Spinning & Weaving, Hay Press, Crosscut saw, Quilting, Wood Working, Broom Making, Blacksmith, Log Hewing, Sassafras Tea made in black kettle, Music, Inside Auction, and more! Food will be available for purchase: Chicken Bar-B-Q,  Homemade Soups, Ice Cream, Hand cut French Fries, Sandwiches, Homemade Pretzels, and more.


07.03.2017

Enjoy the blessings of freedom and independence.


05.31.2017

It has been brought to our attention that there was an error in the Borough of Newburg’s Spring Newsletter. The newsletter stated that you would receive 10% off if you paid your sewer bill for the entire year and that is not correct. I regret to inform everyone that you would save 5% off your sewer bill for the full year. We regret any inconvenience that this may have caused someone. If you have any questions about your sewer bill please contact Newburg-Hopewell Joint Authority at 717-423-6180 or P.O. Box 128, Newburg Pa, 17240. For any other questions please contact the Borough Office at 717-423-0050.


05.17.2017

Street Sweeping will be completed on May 25th, 2017 at 7am. If the weather does no cooperate, it will rescheduled for Friday May 26th. Please make sure that your vehicles are removed from the streets at this time. Please call the Borough office with any questions.


04.20.2017

The Borough of Newburg has started a Food Drive for the King’s Kettle Food Pantry. The King’s Kettle Food Pantry provides canned and dry goods to more than 300 families in the Shippensburg area. We are asking that you bring a donation of a non perishable food item(s) to the Newburg Borough Office. We will be accepting donations until June 10th. Please call the office with any questions you may have.

The Borough Office is open Monday 4-6 pm., Wednesday and Thursday 1:30-3:30 pm. For after hour donations, please use the plastic bin located on the side porch.

For more information regarding the King’s Kettle:

King’s Kettle Food Pantry
30 N Fayette Street
Shippensburg, PA 17257
717-530-9200


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