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Woody’s Golf To Close After 35 Years — Popular Herndon mini golf course and driving range Woody’s will close later this year, its owner said. Founder Woody FitzHugh says Route 7 construction will mean he is shuttering the business by fall. [Fairfax Times]

Keeping Kids Safe Online — Herndon High School (700 Bennet St., Herndon) is hosting a seminar tonight at 6:30 p.m. “Keeping Your Kids Safe: Vulnerabilities Through Technology and Social Media.” This will be an informative, interactive, community discussion on how your kids are using technology, and how technology can be used against your kids. Topics include bullying, “sexting”, social media and more.

GRACE Still Needs You — Greater Reston Arts Center is still looking for volunteers and saplings for the Patrick Dougherty sculpture installation later this month. [SignUp Genius]

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