In the mid-1940’s, a group of civic-minded citizens came together to make Mrs. Howell E. Jackson’s dream come to fruition: to make Middleburg the social hub of Loudoun and Fauquier counties.
To this day, Middleburg Community Center’s mission has been to offer a gathering place for cultural, educational, and social activities to enrich the lives within our community.
As one of Loudoun County’s oldest nonprofits, MCC relies 100% on private donations to keep their doors open. MCC partners with over 70 local nonprofits and businesses to make all of their community events and programs possible.
Supported by the community for the community, the MCC is a place for private parties, weddings, corporate events & meetings, learning and child care, swim lessons, fitness classes, as well as a public outdoor space including an herb garden and patio, playgrounds, outdoor pool, ball field and picnic area. From small meetings upstairs to grand galas in the ballroom, the indoor facility can accommodate up to 400 people. The 5-acre property backs up with the Salamander Resort and includes a public pool, shaded picnic grounds, two playgrounds, open ﬁeld, and secluded herb garden and patio.
Over the years, the center has hosted the Kennedys, Liz Taylor, and Hank Williams, just to name a few. The citizens of Middleburg have fostered a pristine public space for everybody to enjoy.