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Old Fashioned Miners Picnic

  • ANDREW LEIBENGUTH/TIMES NEWS It was be a grand old time Sunday at the No. 9 Coal Mine and Museum in Lansford as members and volunteers celebrated the holiday with their annual Old Fashioned Miners Picnic and activities. The grounds were filled with…
    ANDREW LEIBENGUTH/TIMES NEWS It was be a grand old time Sunday at the No. 9 Coal Mine and Museum in Lansford as members and volunteers celebrated the holiday with their annual Old Fashioned Miners Picnic and activities. The grounds were filled with the sound of music, the smells of homemade ethnic foods, the sights of vintage and classic cars, and a special photo exhibit. Admission to the grounds was free. A special exhibit inside the mining museum featured the photos of Scott Herring, "Last of the Anthracite Photographers." For further information, contact No. 9 Coal Mine and Museum at (570) 645-7074 or visit them on the web at www.no 9mine.com No. 9 Mine and Museum volunteer Paula Fisher serves stuffed cabbage (Halupki), also called Golumpki, to visitors.
Published May 31. 2013 05:03PM

It was a grand old time Sunday at the No. 9 Coal Mine and Museum in Lansford as members and volunteers celebrated the holiday with their annual Old Fashioned Miners Picnic and activities.

The grounds were filled with the sound of music, the smells of homemade ethnic foods, the sights of vintage and classic cars, and a special photo exhibit.

Admission to the grounds was free. A special exhibit inside the mining museum featured the photos of Scott Herring, "Last of the Anthracite Photographers."

For further information, contact No. 9 Coal Mine and Museum at (570) 645-7074 or visit them on the web at www.no 9mine.com

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