Reston, VA

Monday Morning Rundown

Toys for sale at small changes consignment

Metro On Sunday Schedule Thursday — That is just one of several changes for the rail service over the holiday weekend. [Metro]

County Establishes Resident Curator Program — The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors passed a new law establishing a Resident Curator program. The program will let people live rent-free in historic properties in exchange for renovating them, but many specifics must be worked out before it goes into effect. [Fairfax County]

Bridging The Americas Through Birds — Seven classes from Lake Anne Elementary are taking part in Bridging the Americas/Unidos por las Aves, is a cross-cultural environmental education program that partners classes in grades 2 through 8 in Maryland, Virginia, Washington, DC, New Hampshire and Vermont with classes in Latin America and the Caribbean. The paired classes learn and exchange information about the migratory birds that winter in Latin America and return to the US and Canada each spring to breed.

Vote For Tech’s Best — Voting is open to choose the Northern Virginia Technology Council’s 2014 Tech Company of The Year. Several Reston firms are in the running, including Cooley LLP, Clarabridge and Hopecam. [NVTC]

Photo: Window of small change consignment at Lake Anne Plaza


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