Welcome to Main Street Greensburg, Indiana

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We Help Downtown Businesses Thrive, We Bring Our Community Together, and We Make Our Main Street a Better Place

About us

The organization is driven by the Main Street Four-Point Approach: organization, promotion, design, and economic restructuring.


We run a number of programs throughout the year, including the Farmer's Market, Holiday Walk, and Market to Meals.


We have a grant and a loan to support small businesses in the area.

Our Vision

Downtown Greensburg is a growing, progressive, and inviting center of the community; a place where a proud past offers a promising future for residents, businesses, and visitors.  Downtown is a distinctive area offering quality of life amenities, thriving businesses, and engaging activities.

Our Programs

Join Us At One Of Our Events

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Farmer's Market

Vendors from the surrounding region sell seasonal produce, meat, baked goods, and flora.  

Our market is a true farmers market – everything that is sold is grown or produced by the vendors.

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Market to Meals

This dinner started in 2016 with an effort to re-envision the alley spaces in our downtown district and to support locally sourced food. 

All menu items (except drinks but we would if we could get a brewery or winery to locate in our community) are sourced from our Farmers Market Vendors. 

xmas, christmas tree, christmas

Holiday Walk

We’ll kick off the festivities with an evening parade and then we’ll have FREE visits with Santa, horse-drawn trolley rides, reindeer visits, pony rides, and much more!

Volunteer with Us

Make a Difference in a Big Way

Main Street Greensburg, Indiana is always looking for enthusiastic volunteers to help with programs and to serve on one of our committees.

"Getting involved with Main Street is one of the most fulfilling things I've done. You can directly see the impact you are making on the community with their projects and it's nice to be part of helping improve the community."