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Pocono Kindness Rocks

Pocono Kindness Rocks
Reason #492 to stop staring at your phone while traversing the Poconos: painted rocks. They’ve become ubiquitous, these artfully decorated stones, which are often adorned with inspiring messages. But if apps and texts distract, you’re likely to walk right past them.

Callie’s Pretzel Factory Closing in the Poconos

Callie’s Pretzel Factory Closing in the Poconos

Getting into a twist isn’t always a bad thing, especially when making pretzels. And if you churned out knotted dough for over three decades, that twist came with a high measure of satisfaction.

Christmas Eve marked the end of the road for Barrett Township mainstay Callie’s Pretzel Factory, which began baking its deliciousness in 1985, just three miles south of an eponymous Candy Kitchen. It wasn’t long before pretzel-making turned into high art, with versions adhered to sticks, cloaked around hot dogs, and morphed into pizzas becoming in-demand staples.

Ross & Ross Nursery, Leading Vegetation Center in the Poconos

Ross & Ross Nursery, Leading Vegetation Center in the Poconos
One needn’t be a discerning gardener, a top-notch landscaper, or even an ardent botanist to appreciate the horticultural trappings at Ross & Ross Nursery. This Cresco stalwart, owned and operated by the same family since 1932, has wholeheartedly earned its status as a leading vegetation center planted in the Pocono Mountains. Indeed, what’s sold here makes even casual greenskeepers long for enduring agrarian bliss.

Holley Ross Pottery, a Shimmering Wonderland

Holley Ross Pottery, a Shimmering Wonderland
Any grandma worth her salt has hutches brimming with collectibles. After the overflow jams its way into parlor curios, she gets creative: A figurine or two rests atop an end table, the periwinkle-laced teacups dangle from hooks beneath kitchen cabinets, that stack of holiday china now occupies a lower cupboard. But despite a dearth of storage, granny wants to amass more treasure.

FOOD AND FIRE GIVES BACK FOR THE HOLIDAYS AS LOCAL RESTAURANT HOSTS GIFT WRAPPING PARTY

  • 15 December 2018
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FOOD AND FIRE GIVES BACK FOR THE HOLIDAYS AS LOCAL RESTAURANT HOSTS GIFT WRAPPING PARTY

(Moosic, PA) On Sunday December 16th Food and Fire Barbeque Tap House will host a special fundraiser for the local chapter of Toys for Tots.  The restaurant at 7041 Shoppes Boulevard in Moosic will host a “Toys for Tots” Gift Wrapping Party.

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