Tuesday Morning Rundown

Dawn in Reston by Busy Bee via Flickr

Thanksgiving Food Drive Underway — Cornerstones’ annual Thanksgiving Food Drive will go on until Nov 24. Check out this list of drop off sites and the most-needed items to help the less fortunate in the community. [Reston Community Center]

Vote! — Forget which polling place is yours? Enter your address on Fairfax County’s website to guide you to the right spot. [Fairfax County]

Metro Looking At 2016 Budget — Metro officials will begin discussions this week to develop a balanced budget for FY2016. This early discussion will provide guidance to the General Manager/CEO in presenting his budget proposal next month, which will lead to budget adoption in early 2015. [WMATA]

Celebrating Public Art — The Initiative for Public Art Reston (IPAR) will hold its 2014 Annual Reception on Nov. 13 at 6 p.m. in the lounge of The Avant at Reston Town Center.  The reception will honor the recent “Pyramid of Light” project created by South Lakes High School art students. Tickets are $50 ($25 for “Contemporary Friends” ages 20 to 35). [IPAR]

Photo: Dawn in Reston by Busybee via Flickr

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