Thursday Morning Notes

by Dave Emke October 19, 2017 at 9:00 am 5 Comments

Quake Drill Set for This Morning — The Great Southeast ShakeOut earthquake drill, scheduled for 10:19 a.m. today, is an effort to help families and organizations be prepared to survive and recover quickly from big earthquakes. [Fairfax County Emergency Information]

Looking Back at the Reston Home Tour — Six private residences in Reston were opened up to visitors last weekend as part of the Reston Home Tour, which benefitted the Reston Historic Trust and Museum. [Connection Newspapers]

Crash at Reston Kiss and Ride — A Twitter user posted a photo this morning of a vehicle that struck a pillar at the Wiehle-Reston East parking garage. [Twitter/@CompSciGuy31415]

Herndon Town Council Celebrates Veterans — Town residents are encouraged to honor Veterans Day with appropriate events and activities, and take time to pause in silent tribute to veterans. [Connection Newspapers]

Junior Farmer Event at Frying Pan Park — On Thursdays in October, kids are invited to help farmers with their work while exploring subjects such as caring for farm animals, tinkering with farm machinery and the importance of crops and gardens. The topic for tonight’s event at the park (2709 W. Ox Road, Herndon) is harvest time. [Fairfax County]

  • democrat

    I predict that today Ken Plum will announce he hates baseball and apple pie, and was happy when he found out Elvis Presley died.

    • 40yearsinreston

      I predict that Ken Plum will continue whining as to how unfair it is that his job is soooooo hard and some delegates are being mean to him while others ignore him
      The next thrilling chapter of PC rewritten history is a solid contender

      • 40yearsinreston

        #2 came in

  • The Constitutionalist

    Oh look, someone re-purposed the graphic from the “What do do when you’re a liberal and someone refutes the Communist Manifesto” seminar.

    • Reston Patriot

      There’s nothing wrong with the Communist Manifesto. It’s actually good.


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