Presentation on ‘Reston Town Center 2.0’ Set for September

An in-person event in Reston will explore the past and future of Reston Town Center, which is now in its 30th year.

Robert Goudie, the Reston Town Center Association’s executive director, will offer a glimpse at what the town center will look like in the future. RTC is slated to double in size over the next 15 years.

The free event, “Reston Town Center: Its Past and Future,” takes place on Wednesday, Sept. 16 from 7-9 p.m. at Reston Community Center Lake Anne’s Jo Ann Rose Gallery. Chairs will be spaced out to facilitate social distancing.

Those interested can register online or in-person at RCC. The event is hosted jointly by Reston Historic Trust & Museum and Reston Community Center.

Tickets will go on sale on Sept. 1. No photography or video recordings will be allowed.

Photo by R. Dawson/Flickr

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