Tag: St. Mark’s Episcopal Church

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”

Tonight’s Olde Time Christmas tree lighting honors hometown hero

Santa’s arrival by fire engine, Christmas trees, carolers and hometown heroes – the holiday season doesn’t get more All-American than the 33rd Annual Olde Time Christmas Festival in Jim Thorpe. Sponsored by the Jim Thorpe Tourism Agency, the festival will be held the first… Continue Reading “Tonight’s Olde Time Christmas tree lighting honors hometown hero”

Meet under the mistletoe this Olde Time Christmas

Olde Time Christmas in Jim Thorpe officially began last night with the Christmas parade down Broadway, the lighting of the Christmas Tree in the Josiah White Park by the train station and the lighting of the very first Christmas Tree in the Race Street… Continue Reading “Meet under the mistletoe this Olde Time Christmas”

Edgar Allen Poe visits the Rex House on Jim Thorpe’s historic Race Street

Last weekend’s lightning-streaked October sky was the perfect spark to ponder Halloween and other-worldly possibilities. Come midnight Friday, those possibilities will become reality on historic Race Street in Jim Thorpe, when Edgar Allen Poe will relinquish his grave for the beckoning Rex House, 29… Continue Reading “Edgar Allen Poe visits the Rex House on Jim Thorpe’s historic Race Street”

Happy 4th, happy July in Jim Thorpe

Happy Independence Day from the Times House Bed and Breakfast in beautiful Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania! (Scroll down for videos from Rand McNally/USA Today’s Best of the Road rally judges Rusty and Nikki Green during their June visit to help them decide if Jim Thorpe… Continue Reading “Happy 4th, happy July in Jim Thorpe”