Celebrating the Bicentennial Train in New Haven, the 2013 Parade of Homes & Other Community Events in New Haven!


(September 23-27)

The New Haven Chamber of Commerce has partnered with the City of New Haven to celebrate New Haven Business Appreciation Week from September 23 – 27. Show your support for our local businesses and shop local, eat local, and get your services locally. When we support our neighbors in their business and the services and goods they provide, we all prosper and grow.


(September 27th)

The New Haven High School Bulldogs will celebrate the Annual Homecoming with their annual parade on Friday September 27th

at 4:30 p.m. After the parade, join all of the pre-game fun and activities at NHHS and cheer on the Fighting Bulldogs as they take on the visiting Columbia City Eagles. Kick-off is at 7:00 p.m. Parade route: St. John’s parking lot to Powers, west on Powers to Broadway, south on Broadway to Park Avenue, east on Park Avenue to Green, south on Green across S.R. 930 to New Haven High School.


(September 28-October 6)

The 2013 Parade of Homes will be held September 28 – October 6, 2013 in New Haven featuring homes in Bay Meadow at Landin Parke located on Landin Road just north of North River Road. Plan to come out and tour these homes on Saturday, September 28th beginning at 12:00 noon. After your tour of the Parade of Homes, make sure you bring the family and head to downtown New Haven and Schnelker Park and spend the afternoon at the 7th Annual Sample New Haven and Welcome Home Festival.


(October 3-5)

The Indiana Historical Society announced that the Indiana Bicentennial Train will travel to four (4) stops throughout the State of Indiana this fall, and New Haven is fortunate enough to be one of these stops. The train cars will be in New Haven October 3-5, 2013 from 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. at the Fort Wayne Railroad Historical Society located at 15808 Edgerton Road. This event is FREE to the public. Group tours are also available. For reservations or more in formation, contact the Indiana Historical Society at (317) 234-7384. Don’t miss the chance to visit the Bicentennial Train.

POSTED: 09/16/13 at 7:01 am. FILED UNDER: Entertainment, News