Wednesday Morning Rundown

Snow in Reston on Feb. 9, 2016/Credit: Robbie Nolan via Twitter

Buy A Brick — There are only two weeks left to order a commemorative brick for installation at Lake Anne Plaza on Founder’s Day, April 9. Brick orders must be in by Monday, Feb. 22. [Reston Museum]

Romantic Ride — Valentine’s Day horse-drawn carriage rides are back at Reston Town Center on Sunday, Feb. 14.  The rides meet in front of Talbots and are $5 per rider. Proceeds go to Leadership Fairfax [Reston Town Center]

Cinderella At HHS — The Herndon High Drama Department is presenting “Cinderella: The Oldest Story Ever Told” Friday (7 p.m.) and Saturday (10 a.m.) at the school. [Herndon High]

Getting Tough On Heroin — Virginia law enforcement officials say they are cracking down on drug dealers as the commonwealth has seen a rise in heroin deaths. The message at a news conference on Tuesday: If you are selling heroin and one of your customers overdoses and dies, the feds are probably going to come after you. [Washington Post]

Photo: Light snow in Reston on Feb. 9, 2016/Credit: Robbie Nolan via Twitter

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