This holiday season will look different with social-distancing, face coverings and other safety measures and recommendations from the Fairfax County Health Department.
For the first three weeks of this month, Reston Community Center will be hosting virtual events every Tuesday and Thursday that will get you active, creative and in the holiday spirit, according to its press release.
The following events will take place on the Reston Community Center’s Facebook page and registration is not required:
- Zumba Gold – Thursday (Dec. 3) at 11:30 a.m.
- Paper Ornament & Snow “Friend” in a Bag – Tuesday (Dec. 8) at 11 a.m.
- Zumba Gold – Thursday (Dec. 10) at 11:30 a.m.
- Paper Weight Gift – Tuesday (Dec. 15) at 11 a.m.
- Zumba Gold – Thursday (Dec. 17) at 11:30 a.m.
For more information about RCC’s virtual holiday events, visit the center’s website.
Other holiday festivities will take place in Reston this month, including the Christmas Festival in Herndon. This free event will take place at Emily Rose Lewis Ministries (503 Carlisle Drive). Guests will be able to enjoy free food, drinks, festive decorations and a free Christmas photo, according to the website.
This Sunday only, families of five or less can receive a free holiday photo from Worldgate Centre (13007 Worldgate Drive). All guests will have their temperature taken and are required to wear a face covering until their photo is taken, the website said.
For the first three weekends of this month, families can receive another free family photo from Santa’s Workshop at Woodland Park Crossing (12960 Highland Crossing Drive).
Guests are also encouraged to donate new and unwrapped toys during this time as the company raises donations for Toys for Tots. Toys will be accepted at Woodland Park Crossing until Sunday (Dec. 13).
Train rides will be available every Saturday and Sunday of this month in Reston Town Center (11900 Market St.). The cost is $20 and each ride will run for approximately 15 minutes. Guests are also required to wear a face covering throughout the duration of their ride.
Photo via Reston Town Center/Facebook