Save the Date: IPAR Reception & Fundraiser Nov. 3

 The public is inivted to the Initiative for Public Art Reston’s (IPAR) annual reception and fundraiser on Thursday, Nov. 3.

The non-profit IPAR supports the commitment to public art projects in Reston. The reception is from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Avant’s Resident Lounge, 12025 Town Square St. at Reston Town Center.

The reception includes fine wines, light hors d’oeuvres by South Lakes High School culinary students, live music by South Lakes High School String Quartet, and a live auction.

Tickets start at $50. Sponsorships are available. Visit IPAR’s website for more information and to purchase tickets.

IPAR supports the annual ChalkFest at Reston Town Center; the annual South Lakes High School STEAM Team artwork on Lake Thoreau; sculptures in Reston parks; and mosaics at Dogwood Pool and Reston Association trail underpasses, among other projects.

Photo: Patrick Doughtery’s “Bird in the Hand” sculpture at Reston Town Square Park is an IPAR project/file photo

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