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Civil War soldiers experienced boredom, floods, disease, and death in Laurel while protecting the only rail line between Washington and the North.
The Laurel Museum's current exhibit closes Sunday, December 23. The Museum Shop also offers Mall-free shopping. Two great opportunities at one stop!
Visit the Laurel Museum for unique gifts. Laurel-themed items, including ornaments. Locally crafted jewelry, children’s toys. Open House Nov 30, Dec. 1-2. Regular Wed/Fr/Sun.hrs til Dec 23.
It's the day after Thanksgiving. What should you do? Here are three Old Town Laurel ideas: a stop at the Laurel Museum, some good food options, and a "dam" interesting walk in the park.
The Laurel Museum,mini-exhibit “Field of Carnage/Personal Sorrows” includes a first person account of the battle. References the Emancipation Proclamation. Includes map of Laurel Civil War Sites.
The First Ever Old Town Laurel Yard Sale Crawl May 5 is going to be a doozy. Nirvana, . Thirty-one families are participating. http://bit.ly/May5LaurelYardSale
Non-Chain Dining in Old Town Laurel is getting even better. Salute is one year old, Double Dip is dishing out great ice cream, hot chocolate and sandwiches and the falafel at La Mia is good.
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