Here are ten great reasons to visit Downtown Harlan in the month of February... -Bringing Sassy Back!- You all did so much Christmas shopping at Sassy TRASH LLC that they needed an entire month to recover! After a January break, their doors will reopen in February. Stop in to see old friends and Read more about 10 Great Reasons to Visit Downtown Harlan in February
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We all dream of being home for the holidays and, for many, that means traveling back to the mountains of Harlan County! Whether you’re visiting over the Thanksgiving weekend or you’re a local hosting out of town guests, here’s a few ideas for spending time together during the Thanksgiving Read more about Home for the holidays
As we move closer to Halloween, Harlan County offers a variety of ways to celebrate Spooky Season ranging from family friendly experiences to blood-chilling thrills. Kingdom Come State Park Haunted Mini-Golf- Every Friday, Saturday, & Sunday of October, you can play Kingdom Come's Read more about Celebrate Spooky Season in Harlan County
Today is National Coffee Day and we want to make sure you know exactly where to go get the best cups of coffee around Harlan County!Moonbow Coffee Tipple & Sweets: This sweet shop is located right in the heart of downtown and has some incredible flavors combinations as well as seasonal hits! The Read more about National Coffee Day in Harlan County!
We believe autumn belongs to Appalachia! After enjoying these scenic drives this fall, you'll know why! Little Shepherd Trail- This 38 mile trail carries you along the ridgeline of Pine Mountain connecting 421 near Harlan to 119 near Whitesburg. With Kingdom Come State Park situated along the Read more about Eye Popping Leaf Peeping
If you love all things autumn, Harlan County can offer you the dreamy fall vibes of your dreams! We've put together a list of 20 things to do to make the most out of fall in Harlan County... -Sip the Season- Stop in at a local coffee shop like Moonbow Tipple Coffee & Sweets in downtown Read more about Harlan County Fall Bucket List
Milder temperatures and a change in the leaves tell us that fall is coming. Autumn in Appalachia is something to behold and definitely something to be celebrated. These festivals will give you a reason to celebrate fall all season long! -The Water Lantern Festival Friday September 2, Read more about Happy Fall-idays!
It's one of our favorite season's here in Harlan County and with the warm summer days setting in, we wanted to share with you some of our favorite ways to spend those days with our favorite little Harlan Countians! Boat at Martins Fork Lake and have fun out on the water!Did you know that Read more about 100 Fun Activities to Do With Kids this Summer in Harlan County
If you’re looking to celebrate your special day in a special place, Harlan County has the unique and breathtaking wedding venues that will make your wedding day unforgettable!-Pine Mountain Settlement School- Pine Mountain Settlement School is an 800 acre campus of pristine mountain beauty. The 109 Read more about Say “I Do” With a View
As we approach the July 4th celebration of our nation's independence, we thought we'd share some information about the Revolutionary Soldier whose name became attached to our county and our city! Silas Harlan was born in in 1753 in the Virginia Colony near what is now Beckley, West Virginia. Read more about Frontiersman, Soldier, Eponym