Reston, VA

Monday Morning Rundown

Twin Branches Trail in snow/Credit: Julie McCool, Fun in Fairfax ‘Sunset’ in Reston — Meet Katie McManus, starring as Norma Desmond in Reston Community Players’ Sunset Boulevard, which opens this weekend at CenterStage. [DC Metro Theatre Arts]

Flag Football Signups — Registration is now open for the Fairfax County Flag Association Flag Football, which begins in early March. Boys and girls ages 5 to 16 can play. [FCFLAG]

Hunter Mill Dems’ Dinner Coming Soon — The Hunter Mill Democrats 40th Annual Lasagna Dinner fundraiser is coming up on March 21 at Reston Community Center Hunters Woods. Tickets begin at $50. There will be music, food and a silent and live auction. [Hunter Mill Democrats]

More Investigation Into FCPD Shooting — The Fairfax County prosecutor is resuming his investigation into the Fairfax police department’s shooting of John Geer in 2013, obtaining the documents that police refused to give him 15 months ago and preparing to make a decision on whether to charge the officer involved. [Washington Post]

Keeping ‘Friday Night Live’ Free — A proposal by Herndon Town Council member Jasbinder Singh wants to raise the fees that Friday Night Live pays to the town of Herndon to produce the free weekly concert series. There is a grassroots campaign started by FNL founder Doug Downer to keep fees in check as the Herndon Town Council starts its budget hearings for FY 2016 on Tuesday. [Friday Night Live]

Photo: Twin Branches Trail in snow/Credit: Julie McCool, Fun in Fairfax


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