Community Calendar

Feb 8, 2023

This Calendar brings together events throughout the City of New Castle.


  • 9/29 - Movies by Moonlight: The Blair Witch Project, in the Library Garden, 8pm.
    Bring lawn chairs/blankets (& BYOB) for this 21+ screening of the 1999 horror classic.

  • 9/29 - Movies in the Park: Master & Commander: The Far Side of the World, 7:30pm.
    Free in Battery Park, presented by the New Castle Historical Society Arts Committee.

  • 9/30 - Art on the Green in Battery Park, hosted by the Lions Club, 10am-4pm.
    Hundreds of arts, craft and collectibles vendors, plus food trucks, Artists’ Row, a Library Friends’ Book Sale & more. (Rescheduled from 9/23 due to rain.)

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  • 10/1 - New Castle Block Party on the Green, 3-8pm. (Resched. from 9/24.)
    Fundraising event for NC Senior Center, ft. live music, art auctions, 50/50’s and more.

May be an image of text that says 'NEW CASTLE BLOCK PARTY 2023 Aw ÛAHAA LIVE SEPTEMBER 24 Tickets $25 per table AUCTION 3-8 PM Picnic Area $5 covered dish ON THE GREEN CASH B.Y.O.F. Tickets available for purchase on Eventbrite or BAR @ The New Castle Senior Center 302-326-4209 ALL PROCEEDS BENEFIT THE NEW CASTLE SENIOR CENTER'

  • 10/7 - William Penn High School Homecoming Parade & Fall Festival, 9am.

  • 10/7 - St. Peter the Apostle Alumni Homecoming at the School (lot), 4-8pm.
    Food Trucks, Spirit Wear, Classroom Tours, Raffles & a 50/50. Reserve a space here.

  • 10/14 - River Towns Ride & Fall Festival, hosted by the City, beginning 9am.
    11th annual event invites riders to visit the historic riverfronts of New Castle, Delaware City, Wilmington and Chesapeake City, Md. (new in 2023) while earning medals based on distance completed. Post-ride Party in in Historic New Castle’s Battery Park.

  • 10/14 - Trustees’ Fall Open House at Penn Farm House, 1-3pm.
    Meet the Trustees and learn about New Castle Common, with a DJ and refreshments.

  • 10/21 - Harvest Bazaar at the New Castle Senior Center, 9am-2pm.
    Featuring homemade baked goods, handmade crafts, sewing/craft supplies, new & gently used items, breakfast & lunch foods (to-go), mums, raffles and more! Free admission.

    May be an image of text that says 'New Castle Senior Center Harvest Bazaar Saturday, October 21st 9AM-2PM FREE ADMISSION'

  • 10/22 - Fall Native Plant Exchange at the Hermitage Natural Area, 10am.
    Swap native plants with fellow greenthumbs from throughout DE - participants do not need to bring plants to leave with plants, and the event is free.

    May be an image of text that says 'FALL NATIVE PLANT EXCHANGE HERMITAGE ABOUT THE EXCHANGE NATURAL ARE Join us at The Hermitage for our Fall Native Plant Exchange Please only bring regional, native plants. You do not need to bring any to participate, there should be plenty of plants to go around! 901, DELAWARE ST, NEW CASTLE DE, 19720 SUNDAY, OCTOBER 22ND 10:00-11:30 HOSTED BY: DELAWARE NATIVE PLANT IDENTIFICATION AND EXCHANGE, DELAWARE MASTER NATURALIST RED TAIL RESTORATION'

  • 10/28 - Good Will Fire Co. Open House, at the Fire House, 12-3pm.

  • 10/28 - William Penn Day at NC Court House Museum.

  • 10/30 - New Castle Halloween Parade, organized by the NC Lions Club.


  • 11/10 - Designer Bag Bingo, Good Will Fire Hall, 7pm.
    Hosted by the Ladies’ Auxiliary, play for chances to win designer handbags and purses, with proceeds benefitting GWFC.

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  • 12/5 - Trustees of the New Castle Common Meeting, Penn Farm, 7pm (Public).

  • 12/10 - Holiday Hoopla 5K, starting from St. Peter’s School at 10am (tentative).
    The annual 5K walk/run by the Community Collaboration of Delaware, supporting that organization’s drug abuse prevention programming for youth and adult recovery housing. 

  • 12/9 - The Spirit of Christmas and the NC Library Winter Festival & Market

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