Laurel Museum preserves the history of a nearly 200-year-old community. Starting as a home for grist-mill workers in…More the 1840s, the building took on many faces over the years, until 1996, when it was opened to the public as a museum.
Admission is free, and exhibits change over the course of the year. There is a research library inside the museum with books and photographs related to the history of Laurel. There is also a gift shop inside.
Enjoy Flowers 11200 Scaggsville Rd Ste 115b, Laurel, MD20723 For 25 years, Enjoy Flowers has been a family-owned and -operated florist committed to offering only the finest…More floral arrangements. Designers on staff are professionally trained with many years of experience. The staff will find the right arrangement to fit your budget in a friendly and courteous manner.
Holy Trinity Christian Day School 7607 Sandy Spring Rd, Laurel, MD20707 Holy Trinity Christian Day School's mission statement is "Where God's Love and Learning Come Together." The…More school offers full-time childcare in a Christian environment for children ages 2 - 5 years old. It also provides before- and after-school care for ages 5 - 12 years old.
For eight years, the Fairland Aquatics Swim Team has developed swimmers from novice through senior levels. The team…More is for anyone wanting to learn proper stroke technique and train for competitions. Swimmers compete at the local level in summer leagues, high school and regional level.
White Group: Swimmers interested in learning basic skills. (6 to 9 year olds)
Blue Group: Swimmers ranging from novice to championship meet qualifiers. (9 to 13 year olds)
Red I Group: Swimmers in high school looking to improve without a large time commitment. (14 to 18 year olds)
High School Prep: High school swim team members preparing for their seasons. (14 to 18 year olds)
Blue II Group: Swimmers looking to qualify for local championship meets and regional championships. (10 to 13 year olds)
Red II Group: Swimmers looking to qualify for local championship meets and regional championships. (13 years old and over)
Please visit website for more information on group rates and dues.
Dr. George R. Kenner, M.D. 8301 Ashford Blvd, Laurel, MD20707 Dr. Kenner practices otolaryngology in the community of Laurel. He has been practicing for 33 years. To schedule an…More appointment, contact the listed number.
Suburban Transmissions 9160 Bursa Rd, Laurel, MD20723 Suburban Transmissions repairs transmissions, specializing in computer-controlled, automatic models. The business serves…More Maryland, D.C. and Virginia and offers a four-year, 100,000-mile warranty.
Domino's Pizza 7711 Sandy Spring Rd, Laurel, MD20707 In business for over 50 years, the Domino's Pizza franchise provides hot pizza, sandwiches and breadsticks. Only…More carry-out service is available at this particular location.
Located on the grounds of the historic Montpelier Mansion, the Montpelier Arts Center was converted from a 1925…More cattle barn. The center is home to three galleries, artist studios, a metal casting facility, gas-fired kilns, a digital lab and classrooms.
The center also offers classes in the visual and literary arts for children to adults, beginners to advanced.
The center displays work in its Resident Artist Gallery of contemporary artists working in a variety of mediums, including sculpture, painting and ceramics, and it provides studio space. Studios are open to the public.
The Main Gallery is used for invitational exhibitions, competitions and music performances. The Main Gallery is available for rent for meetings, receptions and performances.
Membership Information Residents of Prince George's or Montgomery counties: Individual, $20/calendar year; family, $50/calendar year. All others: Individual, $25/calendar year; family, $60/calendar year; seniors (60+), free membership with proof of age. (The senior membership is extended only to the individual senior.)