#All In For All

Mission: Auburn Main Street collaborates with our community to be an economic driver by promoting, advancing, and preserving a vibrant historic downtown that is welcoming for all.

Vision: To have a vibrant and attractive downtown that is inclusive for all.

Tagline:  All in For All

Purpose and Values Statement: Inclusion, collaboration, engagement, and intentionality are at the heart of Auburn Main Street’s values, guiding our mission to foster a vibrant and connected community.

About Auburn Main Street

Auburn Main Street is composed of people like you who live, work, and play in Auburn.

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Upcoming Events

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Culture Fest
Aug 02, 2024
5:00 PM EDT
Sixth And Main Street
Auburn, IN 46706
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ACD Festival
Aug 30, 2024
10:30 AM EDT
Sixth And Main Street
Auburn, IN 46706
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Pumpkin Fest/ Night Market
Oct 04, 2024
5:00 PM EDT
Sixth And Main Street
Auburn, IN 46706
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News and Updates

Auburn Main Street welcomes new board membersAuburn Main Street welcomes new board members
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Crowdfunding campaign launched for DeKalb County Veteran... https://www.kpcnews.com/thestar/article_c729a433-fd25-5ed1-a03d-9935ac2e9607.html

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Dekalb County Visitors Bureau

A local program’s performance is evaluated by Indiana Main Street, which works in partnership with Main Street America to identify organizations that meet rigorous performance standards. The Main Street organizations are provided a formal certificate recognizing them as the highest achieving Main Street communities in the State of Indiana. Additionally, they will receive access to MSA and IMS trainings, networking opportunities with other regional and statewide programs, a resource toolbox unique to their needs, and more.

“It takes a tremendous amount of effort to become a Nationally Accredited Main Street program,” said OCRA Executive Director Duke Bennett. “Congratulations to everyone in these communities. Nationally Accredited Main Streets receive a range of resources that can advance investments, open the door for opportunities and help their downtowns thrive.”

These three programs will join the 13 Indiana communities already nationally accredited, bringing the total to 16 NAMS organizations across the state.

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