The Reston Community Center is expanding its online presence as part of its 40th-anniversary celebration.
The RCC created a series of six YouTube videos that cover local history and growth since the community center’s founding in 1979, according to a press release.
The first episode was posted last Thursday, Oct. 17, and featured the Reston Community Players, a community theatre group.
“The short videos were produced and directed by Peabody Award-winning filmmaker and Reston resident Rebekah Wingert, principal of Storycatcher Productions,” the press release said.
As an introduction to the mini-series, the center highlighted last spring’s production, Annie. The video takes viewers behind the curtain and shows them how to production was created.
Future episodes will highlight other aspects of outreach programs and various programs sponsored by the center.
New episodes are expected to make their debut every other week.
“By using our YouTube platform, we will share how RCC connects to our partners and patrons in these compelling videos,” RCC Executive Director Leila Gordon said.
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