Laytonsville

Laytonsville was originally known as Cracklintown. This name originated from the popular cracklin bread, which was baked in the locale. This recipe, essentially a bacon corn bread, also lent the entire area the name of Cracklin District. Laytonsville was incorporated in 1892.

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Laytonsville Golf Course

One of the premier learning centers for youth, offers clinics, golf camps and programs. Hosts individual and group lessons for…

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National Players presents AS YOU LIKE IT

Olney

All the world's a stage in Shakespeare's classic love story about concealed identities and leaving home to find oneself. Running away to the woods to begin anew, Rosalind is surprised to find true love instead. Can she make a new home of this strange new world? With a little creative costuming and luck, each character creates a new life As You Like It. (Recommended for ages 8 and up)

U.S. Capital for a Day Celebration

Brookeville

Two hundred years ago, during the War of 1812, the British lay siege to Washington, setting fire to the nation's capital. As residents fled the city, President James Madison took refuge in Brookeville on August 26, 1814. Visit Brookeville on August 30 & 31 for historic re-enactments, music, storytelling, guided tours, 1814 science & craft demonstrations, children's activities, archaeology programs, food & drink! *Note: Georgia Ave./Rte. 97 will be closed both days. Visit the website for shuttle information and event details.

Brookeville’s U.S. Capital for a Day Celebration

Brookeville

Two hundred years ago, during the War of 1812, the British lay siege to Washington, setting fire to the nation's capital. As residents fled the city, President James Madison took refuge in Brookeville on August 26, 1814. Visit Brookeville on August 30 & 31 for this free event featuring historic re-enactments, music, storytelling, guided tours, 1814 science & craft demonstrations, children's activities, archaeology programs, and more! *Note: Georgia Ave./Rte. 97 will be closed both days. Visit the website for shuttle information and event details.