Reston Residents Recreation

Upcoming Activities for Reston Residents – Spring, 2013

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Reston Residents’ Recreation

  If You Live in Reston, There’s NO Reason to be Bored!

The Wheelwright Cluster Board Recommends These Activities:

 

Reston Community Center Activities

 

Whether You’re 7 or 70… Live Here or Work Here… There’s Something Just for You!

If you live or work in Reston, you are part of the vibrant and diverse community that RCC serves. And you’re sure to find activities that you’ll enjoy. We’ve created programs to meet the needs and interests of a wide variety of groups, with more than 1,800 opportunities every year for learning, improving your health and fitness, developing new skills…

…and relaxing, having fun, and celebrating community with your family, friends and neighbors!

You’ll find programs and classes designed for a broad range of interests, skill levels, ages and backgrounds. Best of all, because we are funded by the Reston Community through Fairfax County, we can offer Reston residents, businesses, and employees very reasonable rates on all programs, activities and rentals of our meeting spaces. We also provide financial assistance through our Fee Waiver Application.

The Program Guide lists classes, programs and events developed for the following communities:

  • Youth (Infants to 12-year-olds) – programs range from water skills and swimming to ballet, cooking, local outings, and more
  • Teens – teens can improve their driving skills, participate in after-school programs, attend dances and other social events, and more
  • Adults – so many programs, so much to do! Theater. Fitness activities. Dancing. Parenting. Yoga. Travel. Art and crafts. Computer skills. Family outings . . . so much fun, so close to home!
  • 55+ – Seniors especially enjoy travel and tours that RCC offers, weekly gatherings for Mah Jongg, Bridge and other activities, CenterStage events, classes and other great things to do
  • Employees of businesses in Reston – if you work in Reston, you can learn and play here, too. Instead of sitting in traffic after work, take a fitness class or learn yoga, hone your French conversational skills, take an art class, and so much more

RCC could not function without the support of skilled volunteers. If you are interested in giving back to your community through volunteer work at RCC, there are scores of opportunities for you to contribute your skills and experience.

 

Reston Town Center Calendar – March 2013

For information on events at the Reston Town Center can be found at the following link:

Reston Town Center Calendar – March 2013 (Click Here)

 

Reston Association Activities for March 2013

Dancing Wind

Tuesday, March 5
10-11 a.m.
Walker Nature Center, 11450 Glade Drive.
$5/child RA members, $8/child non-members.
Ages 18-35 months (Children must be accompanied by an adult.)
Reservations required by Feb. 28. Please call 703-476-9689 or e-mail:      [email protected].

 

It’s a Pirate Parrrrty

Ages: 3 – 5 years (Children must be accompanied by an adult)
Wednesday, March 6
11 a.m. – Noon
Reston Association, 12001 Sunrise Valley Drive
$4/RA Members
$6/Non-members
Payment due at the event
Join us for a Pirate Parrrrty!  The Pirate Adventure will transform your child into a pirate, complete with dress-up. Enjoy food, crafts & fun activities. Registration required.

Contact [email protected] or call 703-435-6577 to register.

 

Jigsaw Puzzle Event

Wednesday, March 13
10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Reston Association, 12001 Sunrise Valley Drive
$9/RA Members
$13/Non-members

Do you like to put together jigsaw puzzles? Join us as an individual or as a couple for this fun event. Each team will be doing a Reston themed puzzle to see how much you can finish in the time allotted. Enjoy coffee and conversation while doing one of Americas favorite past times. Lunch will be provided.

Registration required. Click here for registration form.

 

Senior Social: St. Patrick’s Day Style

Thursday, March 14
Noon – 2 p.m.
Reston Community Center at Hunters Woods, 2310 Colts Neck Road
FREE

It’s never too early to celebrate the luck o’ the Irish. The quarterly Reston Community Center and Reston Association social event is switching gears in March to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. Spend the afternoon with friends while enjoying traditional Irish fare and beautiful Irish music and entertainment. Plan your social calendar while you learn about upcoming senior adult trips, classes, and events. This event is cosponsored by Reston Community Center and Reston Association. Registration required.

Contact [email protected] or call 703-435-6577 to register.

 

Trip to Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races

Wednesday, March 20
3:30 – 11:30 p.m.
Join us for an evening at the race track to enjoy live thoroughbred horse racing, play the new table games including blackjack and poker or just come to enjoy a nice dinner overlooking the horses. Participants will receive a yet to be determined amount of free play.

Fee:
$32/RA Members
$38/Non-members

Bus pick-up times & locations:
3:30 p.m.    Hunters Woods Shopping Center (Ledo’s Pizza)
3:45 p.m.     Thoreau Place, 1951 Sagewood Lane
4:00 p.m.     Lake Anne Plaza parking lot

 

Newcomers’ Night

Thursday, March 21
7 – 9 p.m.
Reston Association, 12001 Sunrise Valley Drive

New or not so new to Reston? Come learn more about Reston Association (RA) and its many services, amenities and programs as well as other local organizations in the community. Meet RA Board members and staff and find out how you can get involved in Reston. Light refreshments will be available and door prizes will be awarded.

Please RSVP to [email protected] or call 703-435-6577.

 

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