It sounds like every child’s fantasy on an early summer day, stuck in a hot, sticky classroom. The school becomes an ice cream parlor.

Jean Hasyn (right), and (from left) Steve Kratz, Hasyn's son Chris and daughter Katie

Jean Hasyn (right), and (from left) Steve Kratz, Hasyn's son Chris and daughter Katie

That’s basically what happened at the Sundae School, a former one-room schoolhouse in Hilltown, that was converted to – praise the heavens above – an ice cream shop by Jean Hasyn. Check out the nice article by Theresa Hegel in today’s Intelligencer giving all the details, including former students coming back to share memories and photos.

Is the Sundae School one of your favorite ice cream places? Leave a comment below and/or vote for them in our ice cream poll on the right sidebar.

One Response to Tidbits: Ice Cream at the Sundae School

  1. […] Sundae School (Hilltown), 401 W. Schoolhouse Rd., (215) 723-4123‎ Housed in the old Pennville Schoolhouse – they even have the names and pictures of those who attended school there. Lots of Hershey’s ice cream flavors as well as smoothies, sundaes, Italian ice, candy, ice cream cakes, and chocolate covered bananas. Very friendly staff with an old-fashioned feel inside and outside seating for hanging out. See our Tidbits post on the Sundae School here. […]

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