Olney and its neighbors have developed into bedroom communities for job centers in Washington, D.C., Baltimore and Frederick. The towns have stood at the crossroads of Maryland's economy and history for more than two centuries. Olney offers more than just a unique background, however. A developing cultural center, Olney is the home of Broadway Bound, Montgomery County's youngest non-profit youth theater, as well as the Olney Theatre Center for the Arts. Brookeville has a unique and diverse collection of period architecture, including the Caleb Bentley House (now known as the Madison House), the Blue House and the Valley House. The communities are also just minutes away from all the inspiring historical, cultural and educational attractions the District of Columbia has to offer.
Olney hosts numerous community events for the whole family to enjoy. The Olney Days heritage festival takes place each May, featuring puppet shows, fireworks, fishing tournaments, car shows and performances by the Olney Community Band. The Olney Fall Festival benefits local hospitals and charities, offering dinner and an auction as well as games and crafts for the kids. Community Concerts of Olney is an organization dedicated to bringing high quality musical entertainment to the town. CCO hosts a world-class and affordable concert series each year. Another favorite local event is the Community Night, a local business expo providing information about all the products and services available in Olney.
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