Oldenburg, Indiana

Historic Oldenburg

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To visit Oldenburg is to be in “small town” rural Germany itself. Platted in 1837 by German immigrants, it was named for their home province in North Germany.

Oldenburg, called “The Village of Spires” for its magni cent steeples, has century old stone and brick buildings, pressed tin facades, crafted cornices, and bilingual street signs, attesting to its old world influence.

The town, with 80 of 115 historical homes constructed prior to 1900, was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1983.

Oldenburg Pride

All proceeds from our festival are donated back to our town of Oldenburg in many various ways. We take pride in our town by helping preserve its historic beauty! ... Browse a few of recent projects, as we are currently working on creating a complete list of the projects we have been involved in. A complete list, with a little background of each project is on its way!

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Freudenfest Scholarship

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Basketball Courts

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Town Street Lights

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German Street Signs

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Other Exciting Events in Oldenburg

Corpus Christi Procession 172nd continuous year - Sunday, June 3rd

Oldenburg Volunteer Fireman’s Festival - Friday, June 29th & Saturday June 30th

Franciscan Fun Day at the Michaela Farm - Saturday, September 15th 11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Holy Family Church Festival - Sunday, October 7th

Oldenburg Holiday Under the Spires - Saturday, December 1st

Sisters of St. Francis Motherhouse Christmas Tours - Friday, December 27th 6 p.m. - 8 p.m.