Our three welcoming furniture showrooms in Honesdale, Milford and at Lake Wallenpaupack, in Pennsylvania, offer wide selections of classic and rustic furnishings for every room of your home.
Each showroom is conveniently located near local attractions and special events that make great day trips.
So, plan a visit to one of our unique furniture showrooms around any of these interesting events and exhibits!
Enjoy the Hawley Harvest Hoedown Near our Lake Wallenpaupack Furniture Showroom
Listen to some bluegrass and peep the crisp colors of autumn leaves during the Hawley Harvest Hoedown on Saturday, October 14. This free, popular event features games, brews, contests, demonstrations, family activities, crafts, day and night entertainment, fresh locally grown foods, and more on the main and side streets of Hawley, PA beginning at 10:00 AM.
The headliner for the evening bluegrass and folk Concert at the Ritz Company Playhouse is Driftwood, from Binghamton, New York, a bluegrass fusion band with a rock ‘n’ roll soul and a folk-art mind. Why not swing into our Lake Wallenpaupack furniture showroom while swinging your partner at the Hoedown!
Visit the Paper Caves Near our Honesdale PA Furniture Showroom
Artist Samuelle Green has created an amazing large scale sculptural installation called The Paper Caves, which is open every Saturday, from 1:00 to 4:00 PM, now through November 2017, at Basin and Main, in Honesdale PA.
This unique exhibit is something you don’t want to miss! And, it’s just a hop, skip and a jump from our four-floor historic flagship store at the corner of Church and 6th Streets.
Catch the Black Bear Film Festival Near our Milford, PA Furniture Showroom
Every year, independent film lovers flock to the quaint village of Milford, PA to catch an eclectic selection of movies in an historic setting at the Black Bear Film Festival. This year’s festival is happening from October 20 – 22, at The Milford Theater, at 114 E Catharine Street.
Check out the schedule at the festival’s website, and stop by to see us at 321 Water Street (Route 2001) while you’re in town. Maybe even grab some lunch at the Waterwheel Café, just down the road from us!