Monday Morning Rundown

Tour de Cure at Reston Town Center

More Lights For Reston? — Hunter Mill Supervisor Cathy Hudgins says Reston could use more lighting on its streets and paths. Reston is notoriously dark, and citizens at a community meeting asked if more lights would deter crime. [Fairfax Times]

Create Your Masterpiece — Plots are still available for next weekend’s Chalk on The Water at Lake Anne Plaza. [Reston Now]

Age in Place – Planning to stay in your Reston home in your golden years? Reston Community Center is holding a Home Modifications workshop Wednesday, 1 p.m. at RCC Hunters Woods. Learn the options available to seniors and others with mobility limitations to remain in their home and be able to
maintain their lifestyle. Cost is $5/$10 for non-Reston. [Reston Community Center]

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