Rohman’s Pub to be discussed at historical society meeting

Shohola. Rohman’s Pub will be the subject of the next meeting of the Shohola Railroad Historical Society on May 4 at 7 p.m.

| 20 Apr 2022 | 11:59

“Rohman’s Pub – Shohola’s Unique and Historic Landmark” will be the topic presented by Rolf Buchmann at the meeting of the Shohola Railroad and Historical Society [SRHS] on Wed, May. 4 at 7 p.m. at the Shohola Twp. Bldg, 159 Twin Lakes Rd. Shohola.

The program features the history of the famous Pub from its founding in 1849 to the present; pictures of unique furnishings, such as the 53 foot Brunswick Bar, hinged bar stools, bowing alley with manual pin setting and pictures of celebrities who visited the establishment over the years, including aviator Charles Lindbergh, author, Zane Grey, baseball greats: Babe Ruth, “Smokey Joe” Wood, and Hollywood stars; Clara Bow, Gloria Swanson, and Paul Newman among others. Also open on the evening of the program is the new SRHS Museum Room at the Twp. Bldg.

It is open for viewing whenever the township building is open during the week.

Call 570-559-7394 before visiting.

All interested persons are invited to attend the free program and to enjoy refreshments following the presentation.