The Northern Virginia Effective Arts Pageant, which is now in its 28th 12 months, continues this weekend at Reston City Heart. Artists from across the nation will participate on this out of doors competition, which has attracted roughly 30,000 patrons yearly.
Donations collected from the competition will go to the Higher Reston Arts Heart. The competition is on for a.m. to five p.m. on tomorrow and Sunday.
A competition social gathering set tomorrow, which incorporates the 2019 Awards of Excellence, refreshments, leisure, and extra, is for members solely. Attendees have to be contributing supporters to obtain a complimentary invitation to the occasion.
Tomorrow (Could 18)
Child Expo (9 a.m. to midday) — Study merchandise, childcare sources and fund issues to do with the household on this occasion at Reston Neighborhood Heart Hunters Woods. The expo is free and open to all.
Bookworms Membership (11 a.m.) — Dive into studying “Pig the Smelly” and “E book hog” at Scrawl Books. Every week, readers discover a brand new theme and might take part at any time.
Relay for lifetime of Reston-Herndon (2 p.m.) — Assist race cash to assist the American Most cancers Society battle most cancers on this annual occasion, which takes place at South Lakes Excessive Faculty.
Habitat Heroes (10 a.m. to 2 p.m.) — Volunteers can assist take away invasive garlic mustard from the woods and stream banks at Outdated Path Drive Pure Space. Spring is the most effective time to deal with this invasive plant that assaults native timber, ferns and wildflowers.
On That Observe: Model New Day (7-9 p.m.) — Sterling Playmakers will carry out in style songs from musicals at this ticketed occasion at ArtSpace Herndon.
Luau on the Lake (1-Four p.m.) — Lake Anne Brew Home is internet hosting what organizers are calling a “fun-filled, luau-themed afternoon” to profit South Lakes Excessive Faculty’s meals pantry. Attendees ought to deliver non-perishable donations. A share of proceeds will go on to the pantry.
Bringing Artwork to a New City (7-9 p.m.) — Artist Pat Macintyre shares her story about her 1970s TV present and the way Reston impressed her paintings. The occasion takes place on the Reston Museum.
Photograph by Don Renner