Glass museum opens doors for seniors in Shohola

Twin Cedar residents at Dorflinger Glass Museum (Photo provided)

The residents of Twin Cedars Senior Living, located in Shohola, took a road trip to Hawley to tour the Dorflinger Glass Museum.
The seniors experienced a personalized group tour of the factory learning about the history and production of fine lead crystal table ware that they provided to many U.S. presidents, governments and wealthy individuals during the Gilded Age of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
All were excited to tour the exhibits and enjoy the nice country ride on a beautiful sunny day.
Twin Cedars provides long term residency for seniors of all ages, as well as short term stays and an adult day care program.
Community trips are offered weekly to it’s resident seniors.
The assisted living provides 24-hour nursing care, supervision and a structured activity program.
The activity program focuses on keeping the seniors mentally stimulated and physically active, while meeting their spiritual and social needs.
“Twin Cedars resident’s make new friends and have a variety of programs they can attend each day, while improving their long and short term memory and strengthening their muscles” said Owner Tamara Singer.
To learn about Twin Cedars, visit or call Tamara at 570-296-7471 to schedule a personal and confidential tour.