Best of Jim Thorpe: July 2022


Jim Thorpe Gets Its First Distillery

July 6, 2022


Nomad Distilling Co.


 

Cocktail of the Month

Mango Cilantro Martini

Courtesy of Marion Hose Bar

16 W Broadway, Jim Thorpe | Next to the Opera House



 

Summer Historical Tours

Bright Path Brewing Now Open

Plan your trip today! Here's a detailed list of the top historical sites and museums.


Asa Packer Mansion, Old Jail Museum, St. Mark's & St. John's Episcopal Church, and Mauch Chunk Museum & Cultural Center.



 

Mauch Chunk Opera House

The historic Mauch Chunk Opera House is one of America's oldest vaudeville theaters, in operation after more than 138 years. Today, the Mauch Chunk Opera House seats approximately 380, and is one of the northeast's premiere listening spaces and most intimate concert venues.


July Events

1st, 2nd, 3rd: Peace Frog. (Doors Tribute)

Thurs 7th: Americana Sessions

Sat 9th: Dave Matthews Trib (Billy Bauer Band)

Sat 16: Janis Experience (Music of Janis Joplin)

Fri 22: Larger Than Life (Ultimate Boyband Show)

Sat 23: Bowie Live (Music of David Bowie)

Fri 29: Ten Band (Pearl Jam Show)

Sat 30: Bennie & The Jets ( Elton John Show)


 

VICS JAZZ LOFT


From Latin Jazz to Bebop, or African Rhythms to Classic Jazz, this acoustically exceptional venue is designed to inspire. Join us and enjoy an unforgettable evening filled with stunning art, engaging music, fantastic food, and craft cocktails! Doors Open at 6pm, shows at 7pm.


July Events

July 7: Skyler Stabin

July 14: Michelle Oram

July 21: Nuut Mundo Trío

July 28: L4



 

Coal Miner’s Heritage Festival (No.9 Mine)

SUNDAY, JULY 10, 2022 AT 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM

15th Annual Coal Miners Heritage Festival on the grounds of the No. 9 Coal Mine and Museum in Lansford, PA. Free admission and free parking. Held rain or shine, this is their largest event of the year!


A celebration of our Anthracite Coal Region history, culture, ethnic foods, music, hand crafts, vendors, guided mine tours, art, historical exhibits, coal shoveling contest, historical reenactors, strolling folk musicians, children's entertainment, a large mining museum, coal region souvenirs, vintage vehicles, and more!