Newburgh holds a special place in American history as a city of innovation and invention. It was one of the earliest American cities to be electrified when Edison built its power plant and wired it up in 1883. In 1939, RCA test-marketed television there. During this fourth annual fest, celebrate both the city’s rich history as well as its present-day innovations.
Participants enjoy local ethnic foods, live music, family-friendly activities, a trolley tour of historic sites, pop-up art exhibits, a marketplace, and more.
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