Reston Historic Trust & Museum will take a dive into the history of sports in Reston in a free program next month.
The program, titled “The History of Reston Sports, Pioneers, Players, and Playing Fields,” is presented by Bill Bouie.
According to a release from the Reston Historic Trust & Museum, Bouie has been involved with several organizations, including Reston Little league, Reston Youth Baseball, Reston’s YMCA Board of Management, the U.S. Olympics Committee’s Project Gold.
The presentation is set for Nov. 8 at 7 p.m. at the YMCA (12196 Sunset Hill Road).
Photos by Arvil Daniels
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