Spring Fun at Reston Community Center

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 This is a sponsored post by Eve Thompson of Reston Real Estate.

Spring has officially sprung in Reston, and it’s time to get out of the house and start having some fun.

We are fortunate in Reston to have a resource as wonderful as the Reston Community Center (RCC), which consistently offers wonderful programming. You don’t have to live in Reston to take advantage of RCC’s programs and events either.

RCC offers more than 1,800 classes every year. You can see everything available on RCC’s website Here are a few starting at April that could be a great way to shake off winter. Note: for the prices, the first price is for Reston residents and the second price is for those who live outside of small tax district 5.

 K9 Dog Obedience I (class 105090)

Is your dog a little restless after the long winter? A dog obedience class may be just the thing Rover needs. This class is appropriate for dogs over three months old with very little or no obedience training. Positive motivational training techniques will include the basic commands of sit, down, stay, come, and how to walk nicely on a leash. Learn about mouthing, jumping, crate and potty training, and generally controlling poor behavior. There are two sessions, but the first already as a wait list so sign up now.

04/08/15 – 05/20/15, 6:00P – 6:45P, $90/$180, RCC-Hunters Woods

04/09/15 – 05/21/15, 12:00P – 12:45P, $90/$180, RCC-Hunters Woods

Country Western Dance (class 109004)

Get your body moving and learn some fun moves. You’ll learn to line dance, two-step, shuffle and swing the night away to popular country/western tunes played by RCC’s DJ. Dances are held monthly in the Community Room, which offers a spacious wooden dance floor and a smoke free environment. Refreshments are provided. You purchase ticket admission purchased at the door. For more information, please contact Jonathan Navarro, Fitness & Adult Program Director, at 703-390-6159.

The first Sunday of the month, 05/15, 6:30P – 9:30P, $5/$10

 Heart Start CPR-AED (302313)

Be a life saver! You will learn how to overcome any reluctance to act in emergency situations and to recognize and care for life- threatening respiratory or cardiac emergencies in adults, and basic first aid. You will receive a two-year adult CPR with AED certification and a two-year first aid certification through the American Heart Association.

04/11/15, 10:00A – 1:30P, $60/$120

 Zumba Fitness (302327)

Join the Zumba craze. This fun workout combines high energy and motivating music with unique moves and combinations that allow you to dance your worries away. It is based on the principle that a workout should be fun and easy to do in order for participants to achieve long term health benefits. Enjoy this fusion of Latin and international music and dance that creates a dynamic and effective fitness regimen.

04/06/15 – 05/11/15, 7:00P – 8:00P, $42/$84, RCC-Lake Anne

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