Tag: historic Race Street

Mellow yellow opening in time for Memorial Day

Chris and I hope you all are well and can’t tell you how much it has meant to us to hear from so many of you during this pandemic and look forward to welcoming you back. We’ve missed you too. We are pleased to… Continue Reading “Mellow yellow opening in time for Memorial Day”

Saving Our Sanctuaries

What a somber afternoon. If ever there was a day to think about saving our sacred sanctuaries, the treasures they hold and the connections generations of our families have had to them, today is that day. On April 15, 2019, the Monday of Holy… Continue Reading “Saving Our Sanctuaries”

Love is in the air in Jim Thorpe

The best part of operating the Times House is being privileged to be a part of celebrations – part of a person’s, a couple’s, a family’s history. This past weekend Chris and I were excited to host two honeymooning/mini-mooning couples, two folks celebrating birthdays… Continue Reading “Love is in the air in Jim Thorpe”

Magical Halloween on historic Race Street

On the dark side of the mountain, Race Street in Jim Thorpe is a magical place. Here at the bottom of the valley of Old Mauch Chunk in front of the Stone Row and the old church, residents and shopkeepers will gather with brooms… Continue Reading “Magical Halloween on historic Race Street”

Fall Foliage Festival Fun in Jim Thorpe

On Penn Live’s Bucket List of 28 Things to Do in PA Before You Die, Jim Thorpe’s Fall Foliage Festival Weekends are here! Saturdays and Sundays, Oct. 3-4, 10-11, and 17-18 – Jim Thorpe Fall Foliage Festival Weekends – Outstanding vendors (food, arts and… Continue Reading “Fall Foliage Festival Fun in Jim Thorpe”