Board Games at Reston YMCA and More This Weekend in Reston

Classical music fans have the opportunity to attend a concert and hear from the Pro Arte Chamber Orchestra of Greater Washington this Saturday.

The “Maestro & Friends” will take place at the United Christian Parish (11508 North Shore Drive) from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Tickets range in price from $20 to $30.

The musicians will be available after the concert for a meet and greet reception.

Tomorrow (Jan. 25)

  • YMCA Board Games (10 a.m.-noon) — The Reston YMCA (12196 Sunset Hills Road) invites the public to gather and play some board games with the community. The Starting Player Pop-Up will provide games for this free event.
  • Reston’s 7th Annual Camp Expo (9 a.m.-noon) — The Reston Community Center (2310 Colts Neck Road) offers people to come and sample the various opportunities for kids in the summer. There will be dozens of organizations in attendance. Attendees can expect snacks, music and games.

Sunday (Jan. 26)

  • Meat: A Threat to Our Planet?” (1-2:30 p.m.) — This film screening allows people to watch a documentary originally aired by BBC in 2019 but isn’t yet available in the U.S. Admission is free, and snacks will be provided.
  • #BESTLife Goal Diggers January Meeting (12:45-2 p.m.) — People hoping to keep up with their New Year’s resolutions can meet up to discuss tactics and progress. This event is for anyone 18+ and will take place at La Madeleine French Bakery & Cafe Reston (1833 Fountain Drive). The event is free and people are encouraged to register.

Photo by Christopher Paul High on Unsplash

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