Dorflinger, founded in 1865 made lamp chimneys and other utilitarian glass
objects and by 1868, was producing fine art. Dorflinger glass was ordered
of the White House from the Lincoln administration through the Wilson
administration and is still being used in the White House today. Visitors
will see over seven hundred pieces of cut, etched, engraved, and gilded
glass produced by famed glassmaker Christian Dorflinger and his company
displayed in a new museum attached to Dorflinger's 1850 farmhouse.
356 White Mills , PA 18473
Phone: 570-253-1185 | Fax: 570-253-5196
Web Site: http://www.dorflinger.org
Named after Phillip Hone, former Mayor of New York and president of the
Delaware and Hudson Canal Company. Honesdale was laid out in 1826 and
was originally known as Dybery Forks. The town was incorporated in 1831.
The main purpose for existence was to have a terminal for canal barges
that carried coal to New York City markets. At one time Honesdale had
the largest stockpile of coal in the world.
Street Honesdale , PA 18431
Web Site: http://honesdaleonline.com/
Downtown Stroudsburg. Your destination for everything from distinctive
dining to fine arts. Dazzling shopping to every little down right doohickey.
Downtown Stroudsburg. A distinctly different place.
7th Street Stroudsburg , PA 18360
Web Site: http://www.stroudsburg.net
The Pocono Arts Council supports the arts and culture by hosting exhibits,
festivals, and educational programs.
7th St Stroudsburg , PA 18360
Phone: 570-476-4460 | Fax: 570-426-7293
Web Site: http://www.poconoarts.org
Historic downtown theater featuring live music, art, and plays. Showcasing
local and national talent. Available for private events, screenings, parties,
Street Stroudsburg , PA 18360
Web Site: http://beta.asoundstrategy.com/shermantheater/