Cleaning out and organizing your closet can feel daunting, I know. However, when dealing with a small closet space, you must narrow it down to the essentials and the clothing that you are actually wearing. Old rugby shirts are just nostalgia, not wearable, and taking up valuable real estate!
The Walker Nature Center will host a “Parents’ Night Out” from 7 to 9 p.m. Feb. 12 so parents can get a head-start on their Valentine’s Day celebration. Kids will play nature games and go on a night hike (weather permitting), design a special clay Valentine, make a red treat and watch classic cartoons.
Drop off begins at 6:45 p.m. For ages 5-12; $15/child RA members, $20/child non-members. Reservations required by Feb. 9 to 703-476-9689 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
“The county seeks to enter into a public-private partnership to redevelop the existing Embry Rucker Shelter and Reston Regional Library as Phase 1 of a mixed-use development proposed for the overall Reston Town Center North area. The mixed-use development will include affordable housing, public services and private development.”
NextDooris a free, private social media community for our neighborhood. It allows us in The Hamlet to share information with one another. Members must prove they are residents of the neighborhood in order to join.
Of interest: Joe Grooming is now PR Barbers. Located at Reston Town Center (11944 Market St.), the storefront used the short rental time to try out a brick-and-mortar storefront for its typically online-only business. The store will be operated by Reg Laws, one of the owners of PR at Partners Salons. A second men’s salon, Roosters, is slated to open just a few doors down at 11990 Market St.
Local Real Estate News Global government services company, Vectrus Systems Corporation, has opened a new office at 11730 Plaza America Drive, Reston. Headquartered out of Colorado Springs, the office will serve as the company’s IT & Network Communication Operations Center and will support the company’s pursuit of additional business in this market, according to a release.
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