Darlington, Maryland facts for kids
Darlington is an unincorporated community and census-designated place in northeastern Harford County, Maryland, United States. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places as a historic district in 1987 with approximately 100 contributing properties (see also Darlington Historic District). This includes buildings by architects such as Theophilus Parsons Chandler, Jr. and Walter Cope. The village was also home to Harry Webb Farrington.
In addition to the Darlington Historic District, the Berkley Crossroads Historic District, Berkley School, Deer Creek Friends Meetinghouse, Gray Gables, Lower Deer Creek Valley Historic District, Silver Houses Historic District, and Wildfell are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Local children attend the Darlington Elementary School, which is located in Darlington. The elementary school has one class per grade level (K through 5), and two autism classrooms. There is not a Darlington High School, so children usually enroll in Havre de Grace High School.
An annual apple festival is held in Darlington the first Saturday in October, and attracts almost 60,000 people.
Darlington and the surrounding communities are provided fire and EMS service by the Darlington Volunteer Fire Company.
Darlington has its own library at 1134 Main Street. Darlington also has several houses of worship, including Harmony Presbyterian Church, Grace Episcopal Church, Darlington United Methodist Church, Deer Creek Friends Meetinghouse, and Hosanna AME Church located in historic Berkley, Maryland.
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