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Have your children grown up yet their toys and books are still cluttering your home? Are you still holding onto that waffle iron wedding gift that has never made it out of the box? This is the perfect opportunity to clean out unwanted small household items from your home, make someone else happy with their newfound treasure and even earn a little money! Choose a 6 or 9 foot table for display. The event begins at 9:00 a.m. - vendors may arrive as early as 7:00 a.m. to setup booths. Please note that edible items and live animals cannot be brought to (or sold at) the flea market. After the event, you may choose to bring any unsold items home or RCC staff will collect and donate all unwanted items to a local charity.810000-7A6 foot table space$10 Reston/ $15 Non Reston810000-7B9 foot table space$15 Reston/$20 Non Reston
Free: Drop inAmerican Mah Jongg is a fun, mentally stimulating game played with tiles rather than cards. This drop-in program is for experienced players.Free, Drop-in
Free: Drop inBe swept away to imagined worlds as you watch entertaining films in the comfort of the CenterStage. Movies are shown from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and include a free continental breakfast beginning at 9:30 a.m. Free; Drop-InMarch 6My One And OnlyOscar-Winner Renee Zellweger shines as a Southern belle turned New York socialite who leaves her philandering husband and heads out on the road with her two teenage sons to find a new man. This hilarious, heartwarming film features an all-star cast, including Kevin Bacon and RCC's very own Mark Brutsche. Directed by Richard Loncraine; 2009
Free: Drop inIntermediate and advanced level players are invited to join this enthusiastic group every Monday. Participants should bring lunch for a midday break. Free, Drop-in
Celebrate the arrival of flowers, lush green leaves and warmer weather with our seasonal springtime tea. Crafts, refreshments and a story will be featured. Parent/caregiver must fully participate in the activities. This program is not appropriate for children younger or older than the advertised age range. Participating children must be registered.
Be a nature explorer and look for signs of spring by observing tadpoles and turtles making their homes in ponds. Watch for fairies hiding out in a Bonsai garden, walk across bridges and through woods with ferns, spring flowers such as azaleas and an array of spring colors bursting at every turn. Meet at the main entrance to Meadowlark Gardens, located at 9750 Meadowlark Gardens Court, Vienna, VA. For directions, call 703-255-3631. Parent/guardian must fully participate in the activities. This program is not appropriate for children younger or older than the advertised age range. Participating children must be registered.
It's never too early to celebrate the luck o' the Irish. Spend the afternoon with friends while enjoying entertainment and a light traditional Irish lunch. Learn about upcoming 55+ trips, classes and events. This event is co-sponsored by Reston Community Center and Reston Association. Optional: Wear Irish-themed attire to enter the Best Dressed contest.
Diva Central is Reston Community Center's annual high school prom and middle school formal dress giveaway. This incredible one-day event is open to any current middle school and high school student who is in need of a formal dress, shoes, jewelry and other accessories. Everything is absolutely FREE. Limit one outfit per person.
Register early for this year's Older American's Month event. An inspirational afternoon of insights from three fantastic speakers. Healthy refreshments supplied at breaks. Book sales and signings by Dr. Annibali (from Dr. Amen's Clinics of PBS fame).Laughter is the Best Medicine: When was the last time you had a real belly laugh? If you can't remember, then it has been too long. Lighten up! Come and learn the amazing physical and emotional benefits of laughter, joy, gratitude, a positive attitude, and living life with purpose.The Brain Warrior's Way - How To Keep Your Brain Young And Healthy As You Age: Learn how to improve your brain function or to push back negative brain changes by many years. Make no mistake - you are in a war for the health of your brain. The presenters will show you some steps in how to master your brain and body for the rest of your life!Denise Scruggs, educator, motivational speaker, recreation specialist, successful annual conference director, 12-year cancer survivor, and Director of the Beard Center on Aging at Lynchburg College brings us the "Happiness" portion. Both board-certified Drs. Annibali and Jorandby, bring us the "Health" portion. Dr. Joseph Annibali is the published author of "Reclaim Your Brain - How to Calm Your Thoughts, Heal Your Mind, and Bring Your Life Back Under Control;" Dr. Lantie Elisabeth Jorandby is a psychology and neuroscience researcher, fellowship recipient at Yale School of Medicine and previous faculty member at Harvard Medical School, Department of Psychiatry. Co-sponsored by Reston Community Center and Reston Association.
Dancers of all skill levels are welcome to foxtrot, swing, cha-cha, and waltz during these fun afternoon dances. Music selection ranges from golden oldies to today's more modern dance selections. Three mini lessons, door prizes and light refreshments add to the fun; partners are not required. Cost is per session and payable at the door. Second Sunday of the month.For more information, please contact Karen Brutsche, 55+ Program Director at 703-390-6157.$5 (R )/$10 (NR) January 8; February 12; March 12; April 9; May 14
Free- Drop in RCC and LHMS students will celebrate the pending culmination of school while getting super motivated to finish the year strong with positive test scores and grades. Participants will enjoy an afternoon of games, activities and music. Refreshments will be provided. Langston Hughes Middle School students only. For more information, please contact the RCC Youth Director at 703-476-4500.
Free: Drop inIntermediate and advanced level players are invited to join this enthusiastic group every Tuesday. Bring a lunch for an enjoyable midday break. Free, Drop-in
Enjoy an overnight camp-in at RCC! Campers will solve a life-sized mystery, similar to the classic game of Clue, going from room to room to gather clues, as well as participate in games, activities, and movies, while being supervised by camp staff. Wear comfortable clothing (or pajamas) and bring a sleeping bag, gym mat and pillow. Please note: boys and girls will sleep in separate rooms. Cheese pizza will be served for dinner and snacks and drinks will be provided during the evening hours. Breakfast will be prepared by campers and staff prior to pick-up on Saturday morning.7:00 p.m. - Drop off at RCC Hunters Woods8:00 a.m. - Pick up at RCC Hunters Woods
Free: Drop inBe swept away to imagined worlds as you watch entertaining films in the comfort of the CenterStage. Movies are shown from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and include a free continental breakfast beginning at 9:30 a.m. Free; Drop-InApril 3The InternThe 70-year-old widower Ben Whitaker has discovered that retirement isnt all that it's cracked up to be. Seizing an opportunity to get back in the game, he becomes a senior intern at an online fashion site. This comedy stars Robert De Niro, Anne Hathaway, and Rene Russo. Directed by Nancy Meyers; 2015
Line dance, two-step, shuffle and swing the night away to popular country/western tunes played by RCCs DJ. Dances are held monthly in the Community Room, which offers a spacious wooden dance floor and a smoke free environment. Refreshments will be provided. No square or contra dancing, please. Ticket admission purchased at the door. For more information, please contact the Adult & Fitness Program Director, at 703-390-6159.January 8, February 12, March 5, April 2, May 7, June 4
Join RCCs chess club to meet new partners and build skills. Participants of any age and skill level are welcomed. Players may drop in anytime during our weekly meetings. Children under the age of eight must be supervised by an adult (age 18 or older). There is no fee, but sign-in is required at the start of each meeting.
Frying Pan Farm Park is the only working farm in Fairfax County, and is representative of a farm with "the way things used to be" from the 1920's through the 1950's, making it a true jewel of the community. Participants will see baby animals and take a ride in a wagon and carousel. Please meet in front of the entrance to the gazebo at Kidwell Farm (Go to the top end of the parking lot. The gazebo is just inside the gate near the three small riding tractors for kids.), which is in Frying Pan Farm Park, located at 2709 West Ox Road, Herndon, VA 20171. For directions, call: 703-437-9101. Parent/caregiver must fully participate in the activities.This program is not appropriate for children younger or older than the advertised age range. Free, registration required. Participating children must register.
The first day of spring is right around the corner so this is the perfect time to get your spring cleaning underway. We know another person's trash can very well be your treasure. Searching for small appliances, books, jewelry, clothing, tools or toys? This is the place to be to support your neighbors - and our environment - by finding hidden gems to take home and enjoy rather than filling up the nearest landfill.
Take a break from the cold and enjoy a warm-weather activity. Children and parents are invited to spend some time in the pool playing games and just having fun. Parents/guardians must fully participate in the activities and accompany their child in the water at all times. This program is not appropriate for children younger or older than the advertised age range. Participating children must be registered. Pool noodles, toys and life vests will be provided.
Kids love this drop-in play group and parents enjoy socializing with one another. Toys, games, books and music are provided. Parent/guardian must fully participate in the activities. This program is not appropriate for children older than the advertised age range.Class will not be held on the following dates: January 20, April 11, April 14, and May 2.
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