Reston, VA

Tuesday Morning Notes

Fall on Lake Thoreau

Beer Dinner at Red’s Table — Red’s Table at South Lakes Village Center is holding a four-course beer dinner ($65 per person) Wednesday. Red’s is teaming with Lorton’s Forge New Works to spotlight owner Matt Rose’s return to brewing. Rose has been raising his 1-year-old son the last year after his wife/ business partner succumbed to cancer. [Red’s Table]

Local Transplant Story On Big Screen — The saga of a Fairfax County woman suffering from kidney failure and the man who donated a kidney to her is chronicled in a short documentary, 1-800-Give-Us-Your-Kidney, which will be screened at The Washington West Film Festival beginning Oct. 21. [Northern Virginia Magazine]

Honor For Reston School — Reston’s Berthold Academy has been selected to partner with AltSchool, a Silicon Valley educational technology company founded by Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg. Berthold will be the first school to test AltSchool’s education technology platform that offers a personalized experience for each child.

Cartersville Baptist Church’s Place In History — Cartersville Baptist Church, on Hunter Mill Road where Reston meets Vienna, is holding a fundraiser this weekend to make necessary repairs to its building. Learn more about the 153-year-old congregation that has remained while development has gone up all around it. [Fairfax Times]

South Lakes Moves Up — South Lakes High School’s football team, boosted by its 21-13 victory over Madison Friday, is ranked No. 8 in this week’s Washington Post Top 20. [Washington Post]


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