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Early History of Reston Part I
As part of its continuing program of examining the history of the area, the Reston Historic Trust is conducting a special program on the early history of Reston.
"Early History of Reston Part I - Creation of the Plan" will be presented on Thursday, May 24, 7:00 to 9:00 p.m., at Reston Community Center at Lake Anne, 1609 A Washington Plaza.
Reston Museum staff member Loren Bruce and other local residents will present a program on the origins of Reston, the nation's first large-scale planned community that changed the face of the suburban landscape in America. Admission is free; donations to Reston Museum are appreciated.
Space is limited, so come early.
More About Reston Community Center At Lake Anne
This branch of the Reston Community Center is located on the plaza at historic Lake Anne. RCC's main facility is at Hunter's Woods. This center is home to the Jo Ann Rose Gallery as well as community meeting rooms for classes and special events.
Other events here
- Giving Circle of HOPE Celebration! Tomorrow, May 21, 7:00 pm–9:00 pm