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sweetrSweet Remembrances Tea Room – Proprietress and culinary artist Nancy Reppert opened this specialty business in 1990. Originally established as a private party place where afternoon tea, lunch and dinner were served specifically to groups, the tea room has expanded its service and is now serving Afternoon Tea every Wednesday (to any number of guests) and the first Saturday of each month, by advance reservation.  Sweet Remembrances Tea Room is located right next door to The Rosemary House and Gardens

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Rosemary Remembrances II – At Rosemary Remembrances II we believe that the charm of the old blends perfectly with the excitement of the new. We invite you and yours to come visit our store in Jim Thorpe, PA and explore every nook and cranny of our fun filled shop located on the first floor of our circa 1857 federal style restored home. You’ll discover a marketplace of unique REMEMBRANCES™, commissioned art, collectibles, handicrafts, original art and heirlooms…we are a gallery of goods past and present, from funky to conservative, and have something to tempt the most discriminating shopper. We take great pride in our small enterprise, our artists and their work, and are pleased to share it with you.

Rosemary’s Sampler Blog – Enjoy our informative blog about herbs, tea, and a touch of family fun. You’ll find favorite recipes used in the tea room and a variety of herbal tips sprinkled throughout this blog which was started in 2007.

Fairy Festival – Calling all fairies, elves, hobbits, sprites, and wizards to this annual event, held in the gardens of The Rosemary House and Sweet Remembrances, the first weekend after Labor Day.

Facebook-The Rosemary House, your one stop herb and spice shop, was established in 1968! This family business is owned and operated by Susanna Reppert Brill. Located beside the herb shop is Sweet Remembrances Tea Room owned by Nancy Reppert.

Pennsylvania Tea FestivalAt The Pennsylvania Tea Festival you will be introduced to a wide variety of specialty teas to expand and enhance your knowledge of tea and tea culture. There will be a lecture series, a limited number of hands-on workshops, music, good food but most of all quality TEA! In addition, you will find tea merchants and vendors with all things TEA including tea ware & tea related art, situated in the quiet serenity of the herb gardens.

Pinterest – A 6th Generation herbalist, Susanna enjoys herbs, gardening, nature, yummy food, fairies and fun! Oh! this mom of two has a bit of a travel bug too!

Twitter (Herbs and Tea) – Two Sisters who enjoy sharing about Gardening, Herbs and Tea. Oh and Fun Times, too!

Visit us each year at The Pennsylvania Herb Festival

The Essential Herbal…a newsletter by, for and about herbie people and the thing they love…herbs!

Mid-Atlantic Tea Business Association -also known as MATBA, was founded in 2005 to advance the knowledge of tea through networking and educational opportunities for the tea entrepreneur in our primary member states: Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey,New York,Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Washington, DC. and Virginia.  Susanna Reppert-Brill, Nancy Reppert, and Janet Young are the founding members of this association.

Herb World – We love herb businesses.  These are people who really believe that plants offer themselves for food, medicine and just about everything and we only have to learn the plants’ secrets.  And often herbalists are so  involved with the plants that they need some help in showing themselves off.  So we help.  We help our members grow herbs, market herbs and herbal products and be an herbalist successfully.

American Herbalist Guild – The American Herbalists Guild was founded in 1989 as a non-profit, educational organization to represent the goals and voices of herbalists specializing in the medicinal use of plants. Our primary goal is to promote a high level of professionalism and education in the study and practice of therapeutic herbalism.

Bertha and Bryon L. Reppert Scholarship Awarded annually to graduating seniors of Mechanicsburg Area High School, in the top one-third of their graduating class, who demonstrate good citizenship and actively exhibit an interest in political science, history, horticulture, journalism, or related fields.