Though Fairfax County and independent groups announced several closures in the area, not everyone seems willing to give up the weekend fun.
Reston Now checked out several events and compiled important updates from around the area.
For people looking for things to do, a staffer at Kalypso’s Sports Tavern said that St. Patrick’s Day festivities scheduled for this weekend are still on, as of today (March 13).
On Saturday (March 14) animal lovers can attend the Lucky Dog Animal Adoption event at Kalypso’s Sports Tavern (1617 Washington Plaza N.) from noon to 2 p.m. and head to the St. Patrick’s Day Celebration at Lake Anne Plaza.
Today, the Reston Community Center announced several cancelations and closures due to the COVID-19 pandemic. All artist events have been canceled, including the following, which were supposed to take place over the weekend:
- “The Diary of Anne Frank” shows on Friday (March 13) and Saturday (March 14)
- the Reston Community Orchestra performance on Sunday (March 15)
- the Kundalini Yoga and Meditation session on Sunday
Though the Reston Community Center itself is not closed, staff are working to keep surfaces clean and disease-free with improved measures, the website said. Updates can be found on the community center’s website.
At the Reston Regional Library, the St. Patrick’s Irish Dance Performance has been canceled, along with the Learn How to Read Braille Workshop, according to a library representative.
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