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Archive for October, 2009

Celebrate Thanksgiving Weekend in Jefferson, Texas and Stay at Delta Street Inn

Posted on: October 30th, 2009 by Delta Street Inn

Fall is a great time to visit the Piney Woods of East Texas. Thanksgiving is a particularly special time of year. Make Delta Street Inn your base location. Our bed and breakfast inn feels more like a small boutique hotel with personalized service. A great way to begin your Christmas season.

Experience a sumptuous feast at one of Jefferson’s fine restaurants. Enjoy a boat tour on Big Cypress Bayou or Caddo Lake. Ride the steam locomotive-powered train. Take a carriage ride to view many historic homes. Shop for antiques or that unique Christmas gift. Visit the historic home tours. Peruse our large historic museum. Check out the antique car mall. Wonderful and varied venues for lunch, a slice of pie, ice cream cones and fresh-squeezed limeade.

Let us help plan your visit to Jefferson, Texas…historic riverport to the southwest. Escape and step back in time to a slower paced hometown destination. Welcome to the simple life!

Pam and Bob Thomas, Owners and Innkeepers
Delta Street Inn
206 E. Delta St.
Jefferson, Texas 75657

“18TH ANNUAL TASTE OF JEFFERSON” in Jefferson, Texas Sunday Oct. 18, 2009

Posted on: October 13th, 2009 by Delta Street Inn
Dine as never before on Sunday, October 18, 2009 on Austin Street in historic Jefferson, Texas as the street becomes East Texas’ largest restaurant during the “18th Annual Taste of Jefferson”.

Local restaurateurs, café owners and non-profit organizations turn out samples of their finest foods for this mouthwatering event.

“Last year we served food to more than 800 visitors”, said Charles Chitwood, President of the Marion County Chamber of Commerce. “Once they bought their tickets, they could wander up and down the street, choose their favorite dishes, then head back for more – if they had any room left.”

The street-long feast serves up every imaginable sample from soup to a full meal. Visitors can start with a soup or salad (or both), pick innumerable entrée samples, and then top it off from a dizzying assortment of desserts.

Lunch will be served Sunday, October 18 from 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 pm. Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for children ages 5-11. Austin Street will be closed to through traffic so bring comfortable shoes for the three-block buffet.

The Taste of Jefferson is sponsored by the Marion County Chamber of Commerce and The Made-Rite Company of Longview, proud distributors of Dr. Pepper, Diet Dr. Pepper and other refreshing beverages.

Book Your Boo Benefit 2010 B&B Rooms Now

Posted on: October 10th, 2009 by Delta Street Inn
Rooms go fast for the annual Boo Benefit Motorcycle Run in Jefferson, Texas. Book now for next year

Norton Motorcycle Owners Association Members: Welcome to Jefferson, Texas

Posted on: October 10th, 2009 by Delta Street Inn

Headquarter your next East Texas event in Jefferson, Texas and enjoy our terrific back roads and scenery. Partake in historic Jefferson’s many activities, restaurants and shops while enjoying being pampered at the beautiful Delta Street Inn bed and breakfast.

Celebrate Halloween in Jefferson, Texas

Posted on: October 9th, 2009 by Delta Street Inn

Spine-tingling Terror on the Bayou
For the ultimate Halloween experience, be sure to goblin’ up tickets to the 8th Annual Terror on the Bayou in Jefferson, Texas each Friday, Saturday and Sunday evening, October 9-31, 2009. Two attractions – one location.
The legendary Runaway Fright Train will feature Freaky Fairy Tales – your childhood stories COME ALIVE with a scary twist! The scenes and actors along the track will keep you at the edge of your seat and give you a laugh now and then, too. G and PG-13 runs are oriented to specific age groups. The first run of each night is family-oriented for ages 2 to 92 for howling good fun, while the later runs are geared toward patrons that want the ultimate Halloween experience full of spine-tingling terror.
You’ll get the willies walking through the spooktacular Creepy Screamin’ Corn Maze, now more than an acre, which includes a walk through the Piney Woods, the Haunted Cemetery and culminates with the infamous 100 foot underground Tunnel of Doom. Once within the maze, you cannot escape the monsters, ghouls and dangers lurking in the foggy mist. Evil clowns, land of rats, spiders and snakes, skeletons and ghouls and a toxic wasteland. Something sinister is hiding there. You know something is going to reach out and touch you — you just don’t know when or where. Your nightmares become reality – not all monsters are make-believe!

Jefferson’s regular ghost walks will be in operation, too!

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