We are proud supporters of local events, commerce and organizations that enrich and enhance our sense of community.
Be sure to check out the events calendar below as well as the spotlight on recent events!
Community Events Calendar
Spotlight Community Events
Reston Home Tour!
Saturday, October 19th 2019
Marnie Schaar serves as the Reston Home Tour Chairperson for her third year.
Reston Museum at Lake Anne and online at www.RestonMuseum.org/hometour
Learn more at www.RestonMuseum.org or
Photo of the 2017 Regatta
Courtesy of Matthew Merrill.
Lake Anne Cardboard Boat Regatta
Saturday, August 11th 2018
Marnie Schaar, proudly serves on the board of directors of the Reston Historic Trust & Museum
The Lake Anne Cardboard Boat Regatta is a community event designed to foster a sense of Reston pride, celebrate the family-friendly atmosphere of historic Lake Anne Plaza, and support the Reston Historic Trust & Museum. There is no charge for watching the race! Team registrations benefit the Reston Historic Trust & Museum. Team Registration has closed.
Participating teams of all ages will construct and decorate their own life-size cardboard boats. These boats will then take to the water in timed heats with team members rowing out to a designated buoy and back to the docks at Lake Anne Plaza.
For more information, contact the Reston Historic Trust & Museum at 703-709-7700 or email@example.com
Marnie Schaar & Associates is excited to serve for the second year as a sponsor of the OKK Foundation's Parisian Nights Benefit Gala Reston, Virigina hosted on Saturday, September 28th at 8:00 pm.
To purchase tickets click here.
We hope that you consider supporting Omicron Kappa Kappa Foundation, Inc as they provide the Western Fairfax County, minority students with college scholarships as well as to assist with and promote the general community welfare.
Click here to learn more about OKK Foundation, Inc.
The OKK Foundation Inc's Gala
Reston Holiday Parade
Friday, November 23rd 2018
Reston Town Center launches the festive season at the annual Reston Holiday Parade at 11:00 a.m. with Macy’s-style balloons, musicians, dancers, antique cars, characters, community groups, dignitaries, special guest emcees, and much more. The one-of-a-kind, one-hour, half-mile parade along Market Street also welcomes the arrival of Santa and Mrs. Claus in a horse-drawn carriage. Since 1991, rain or shine, the parade has been an annual tradition on the day after Thanksgiving.
To learn more visit www.RestonTownCenter.com