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Area home and garden businesses will share their products and services with residents during the Reston Expo, now scheduled for Sept. 30 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The event was originally planned for Saturday, May 13, but it was postponed due to rain on that date. To avoid a recurrence of that situation, the event is planned to be held under a tent.
In addition to the change in date, there will also be a change in location. Instead of its normal home at Reston Association headquarters, the free event will take place at 1900 Campus Commons Drive. According to the Eventbrite page for the event, this will allow the Expo to be combined with RA’s semi-annual yard sale.
Advertised as “a one-stop shopping event for home improvement and more,” the event will also include food, music, kids’ tent events and workshops.
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