Stafford Country has a lot to celebrate in 2014. This year the county will celebrate its 350th Anniversary and salute our past, present and future. Because Stafford County has played such a major role in shaping America’s future, the committee believes that Stafford’s story is America’s story. Stafford’s people, such as George Washington, who spent his formative childhood years at Ferry Farm in Southern Stafford, to its places, such as Government island, where stone was quarried to build the White House and the U.S. Capitol, have all made a mark in America’s history. A look into Stafford’s past reveals many such people and places that contributed to the concepts of liberty, religious tolerance, free enterprise, freedom, art, racial equality and social justice.

Potomac Point is joining in on the celebration by offering a limited edition 350th Anniversary bottle of wine. Come in to collect your commemorative bottle today!
Stafford 350th Anniversary

Read more about Stafford’s history here!