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2 Dogz & A Guy Brewing

2 Dogz & A Guy Brewing

Microbrewery, Drink Sit and Relax….
Beers are always changing……
Now 2 Locations. 228 Church St Montrose 18801 and  Red Rock BBQ and Ice Cream 33288 Rte 171 Susquehanna, Pennsylvania 18847

(570) 432-0069
228 Church St, Montrose, PA 18801
Alpacas of Sunshine Farm, Fiber & Clothing Store

Alpacas of Sunshine Farm, Fiber & Clothing Store

At the farm, you can visit with the Alpacas and Shop at our farm clothing store.  We offer a variety of alpaca products for sale: raw fleeces, yarn, rovings, gloves, hats, scarves, capes, vests, socks and a wide variety of gorgeous Alpaca Sweaters!

(570) 465-3360
2312 E Lake Rd, New Milford, PA 18834
Annual Chocolate & Wine Festival

Annual Chocolate & Wine Festival

Regional wineries, numerous vendors, and local businesses will give visitors an opportunity to taste and purchase wines and gourmet chocolates at their best, all from one location. Great music, arts & crafts, home wine making demonstrations and food & chocolate candy samples make a perfect backdrop for wine, wine, wine!

Chestnut St, Montrose, PA 18801
Callender’s Sugar House

Callender’s Sugar House

Spence and Ardy having been making maple together since 1961. Callender’s Sugar house is located in Thompson, PA where they collect, boil, can, and make.

(570) 727-2982
747 Rider Lake Rd, Thompson, PA 18465
Center for Anti-Slavery Studies

Center for Anti-Slavery Studies

Since 1996, one organization has been opening the doors of understanding in Pennsylvania’s Northeast. The Center for Anti-Slavery Studies (CASS) is a not-for-profit 501c3 dedicated to historic research, preservation, and public programming. CASS is focused on the period of 1800 to 1900, specifically the activities surrounding the Anti-Slavery Movement as it transpired in Pennsylvania’s Northeast.

(570) 278-6837
75 Church St, Montrose, PA 18801