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Woodlawn Manor Living History Museum

16501 Norwood Road

Sandy Spring, Maryland 20860

Woodlawn message machine:  301 570-5722

Contact:  WoodlawnManorMuseum@comcast.net

Executive Director, Donna Will

 

 

Step Back In Time / Historic Woodlawn Manor Museum

 


The Annual Olney Art Association (OAA) Juried Art Show
 Woodlawn Manor Museum
November 1 thru November 9, 2014
Times:  Noon to 4:00 pm FREE
OAA Reception & Ribbons, Sunday, November 2 Noon to 4:00 pm 
 

 

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Donna Will, Executive Director

Woodlawn Manor Living History Museum offers a variety of education programs & hands-on history field trips keyed to curriculum (K-8) and environmental studies for groups of all ages.  Historic Woodlawn Manor c 1800 is a 19th century brick manor house with stone barn, slave log cabin, dairy & smokehouse, general store, carriage house, and gazebo garden surrounded by extensive  meadows, woodland trails, pond & streams.  Woodlawn's stone barn was thought to be a  stop on The Underground Railroad and Woodlawn's Slave Log Cabin and UGRR Trail programs are available. Other multi-cultural programs such as Wampanoag Ways and Woodland Native American Lifeways are presented. Colonial Maryland Plantation Life Life In The Past/ Then & Now, The Westward Ho Trail Experience, & the Winds of Revolution are popular.  Field Trip reservations are required for K-8 programs presented Monday through Friday 10:00  am to 1:00 pm.  See Field Trips in menu for detailed list.  Email:  WoodlawnManorMuseum@comcast.net

Teas and Traces of the Underground Railroad are available for all groups by reservation.  Theme Teas & Tours include Take Your Sugar to Tea, Big Tree Tours & Garden Walks, and Staff or Group Tea Luncheons and are scheduled for garden clubs, churches, bridal teas, birthdays, Red Hat Ladies, holidays, friends' groups, office staffs, and special children's birthday theme teas, etc.   Please join our tea list!


 
Woodlawn Manor Living History Museum 
Monday - Friday 10 am to 12:30 pm Hands-On-History Field Trip Programs, Click menu for programs by grade level.  Scheduling Fall 2014 now open!  Email: WoodlawnManorMuseum@comcast.net
 


 
Program 10:00 am - 12:30 pm
Picnic 12:30 am - 1:00 pm

Historic Teas by reservation Wednesdays and Sundays.

Historic Teas by reservation for groups.  Email:  WoodlawnManorMuseum@comcast.net

Historic Teas by reservation Wednesdays and Sundays.

12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
 

   

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Woodlawn Manor Museum
16501 Norwood Road
Sandy Spring, Maryland 20860

Email to Schedule: WoodlawnManorMuseum@Comcast.net

For information or to schedule call: 301.570.5722

  

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