Boyds began as a village for workers constructing the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad (B&O) in the 1870s and is now served by the MARC train system. It is home to Black Hills Regional Park and Little Seneca Lake, as well as the historic Boyds Negro School, the only public school made for African Americans who lived in the area from 1885-1936. The school is currently open to the public the last Sunday of every month, from 1:00-3:00 PM.
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Experience Little Seneca Lake by boat and enjoy the wildlife by kayak, canoe, or rowboat. Private boats and Fishing are…
One-room schoolhouse served as the only public school for African Americans in the Boyds area for over 40 years serving…
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Celtic celebration number two is Seamus Kennedy, an Irish singer, songwriter, musician, comedian and all-around entertainer. His impressive repertoire includes traditional Irish music, classic Country & Western, American standards and Scottish ballads. Kennedy combines a total command of the music with humor in the rich Irish tradition of great raconteurs. Traditional Irish fare will be available for purchase.
In 2012, ClancyWorks created a site-specific dance which filled BlackRocks lobby with beauty and energy. The company produces choreography that is physically demanding, powerful, evocative and profoundly human. Appropriate for all ages.
WONDER WOMEN! The Untold Story of American Superheroines traces the fascinating legacy of comic book character Wonder Woman to illustrate how popular representations of powerful women often reflect broader cultural anxieties about gender roles. The film goes behind the scenes with actors Lynda Carter (Wonder Woman) and Lindsay Wagner (The Bionic Woman), comic writers and artists, and other real-life icon feminists such as Gloria Steinem and riot grrrl Kathleen Hanna who offer an enlightening and entertaining counterpoint to the male-dominated superhero genre.