Friday Morning Rundown

Trees for sale at Plaza America

Indie Book Day — Saturday, April 30 is Independent Bookstore Day. Reston’s Scrawl Books, located at Urban Pop at Reston Station, will celebrate all day with treats and special events. Spend $100 and get a free Independent Bookstore Day tote bag. [Scrawl Books]

Reston Home Expo — Reston Association’s Home & Garden Expo is tomorrow at 12001 Sunrise Valley Dr. This free event will feature dozens of home improvement vendors and exhibitors set up under tents around the RA headquarters property. There will be family events, as well as expert advice to homeowners from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. [Reston Association]

Summer Science and Tech Camps at SLHS — South Lakes High School will host summer STEM (Science, Tech, Engineering and Math) and Robotics camps for two one-week sessions this summer. Camp are for students in grade 4-2. [FCPS]

Ice Cream Soon, But Not Saturday — Ben & Jerry’s at Reston Town Center, tentatively scheduled to re-open this weekend, will likely be back in business later this week, the owner said.

Former Herndon Athlete Named To National Team — Taylor Stone, an All-Met field hockey player at Herndon High (Class of ’15) has been selected to USA Field Hockey’s U-19 Team. Stone attends University of Louisville. [Louisville Athletics]

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