Morning Notes

Sunset on Lake Thoreau/Credit: Sonya Payne

Kudos, Reston Flutist — Reston’s Aimee Toner, a Herndon High senior, recent won first place in the Fairfax County Band Directors’ Association’s Solo Competition. She played a flute solo of Sonata Appassionata. [Patch]

No Stars For Restaurant Heading To Reston — Washington Post restaurant critic Tom Sietsma gives Founding Farmers a terrible review in this week’s Post magazine. Founding Farmers will open at Reston Station late this year or early next year. [Washington Post]

Nearby: A Place For Nit Picking — A business dedicated to lice removal has opened at 455B Carlisle Dr. in Herndon. [Patch]

Simon Book Signing — Author Kristina Alcorn will sign copies of her book about Reston founder Bob Simon on Friday, 5 to 7 p.m., at The Wine Cabinet at North Point. [Reston Now]

Photo: Sunset on Lake Thoreau/Credit: Sonya Payne

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