Tag: Jim Thorpe

Celebrate the 4th of July in Jim Thorpe Style

Come celebrate the 4th of July in Jim Thorpe Style! Recently named by Town and Country Magazine as one of the 30 Small Towns You Should Visit this Summer, Jim Thorpe is the perfect place to spend your Independence Day Weekend. We’ve got concerts,… Continue Reading “Celebrate the 4th of July in Jim Thorpe Style”

Get your Irish on in Jim Thorpe

Sure and Begorrah, Parade weekend in Jim Thorpe is bound to bring your Irish out. While the 19th annual Carbon County St. Patrick’s Day Parade doesn’t begin until 1 p.m. on Sunday, there’s lots of smiling for Irish eyes to do before then. Irish and… Continue Reading “Get your Irish on in Jim Thorpe”

More Olde Time Christmas fun in Jim Thorpe – no mittens required

Despite the mild December weather, you can still wear your ugly Christmas sweaters  but there’s no need for mittens this weekend to enjoy Jim Thorpe’s 34th annual Olde Time Christmas Celebration this weekend. There are train rides with Santa, strolling musicians, carolers, and Evan the 7-foot Elf. There’s storytelling… Continue Reading “More Olde Time Christmas fun in Jim Thorpe – no mittens required”

Jim Thorpe candlelight vigil for peace

Jim Thorpe will join the world in prayers for peace during a candlelight vigil Tuesday, Nov. 24 at 6 p.m. in the Josiah White Park. Jim Thorpe author and spiritual activist Michelle Gallagher organized the bring-your-own-candle event after witnessing social media reaction to terrorist… Continue Reading “Jim Thorpe candlelight vigil for peace”

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”