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​RCC Welcomes Back Patrons with Return of Popular Programs

RESTON, VA – After many months of COVID-19 pandemic disruptions, Reston Community Center is pleased to announce several of its most popular Lifelong Learning programs will return to the schedule this fall.

“While we have reinvented many of our programs since March of 2020, offering virtual and socially distanced options, it was impossible to convert some of our most popular programs to that format,” said Karen Brutsché, Director of Leisure and Learning for RCC. “We know our patrons are eager to socialize with their friends at their favorite RCC activities.”

Registration and reservations are now open for both Reston and Non-Reston patrons to attend:

Bridge – Intermediate and advanced players are invited to play Mondays at RCC Hunters Woods (10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.) and Tuesdays at RCC Lake Anne (10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.) Free, but registration is required.

Trips – Take a day trip, and let RCC handle the driving, parking and other details. On the schedule this fall are the Museum of the Bible (September 16), the International Spy Museum (October 14) and a trip to Toby’s Dinner Theatre to see Irving Berlin’s White Christmas (November 17). Prices vary. Advance registration is required.

American Mah Jongg – Work on your game at RCC Hunters Woods Wednesdays (1:15 p.m. – 3:45 p.m.) or Thursdays (9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.). Free, but registration is required.


RCC’s formerly drop-in programs such as Bridge now require advance registration. To register, please ensure you have a myRCC account. Please visit RCC’s website for more information, or call (703) 476-4500, and press 8 to speak to a Customer Service Representative.

To see RCC’s complete 2021 Fall Program Guide, please visit the website. RCC follows all public health guidelines, which include mask-wearing for all people regardless of their vaccination status and health self-checks for everyone.




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