HAWLEY - Jim Asselstine, owner of the Dorflinger Factory Museum in White Mills, will share his story at the Hawley Public Library, Thursday, March 22 at 5:30 p.m.

This is part of the Unique Pathways Program series at the library.

How did an attorney who helped assess the first major nuclear power plant disaster at Three Mile Island, later served on the Nuclear Regulatory Commission and then established a career on Wall Street, find himself in northeast Pennsylvania pursuing his vision to renovate and restore the long closed Dorflinger glass cutting factory as a museum in White Mills? It all started with the purchase of a single piece of Dorflinger glass at a Fall Foliage Festival.

Hear about Jim’s journey from Wall Street to White Mills and his vision for a museum that has become a reality for all of us to enjoy.

The program is free. Light refreshments will be served. Hawley Public Library is located at 103 Main Avenue, across from the post office.
For more information, call 570-226-4620.