Free Public Program: The Women Pioneers of Reston

Thursday, March 15, 2018 at 7pm
Location: Jo Ann Rose Gallery at RCC Lake Anne
Among those Bob Simon assembled to assist in Reston’s creation were some very accomplished women, including the architect Chloethiel Woodard Smith, and Carol Lubin, Jane Wilhelm and Priscilla Ames who made important contributions in areas of education and community development. This program will explore their impact as well as that of women residents who played important roles in Reston’s early development. We also will provide a brief overview of women who have been key players in Reston’s development over the last 50 years and remain key today. There will be a slide presentation followed by a panel discussion.

Email: restonmuseum@gmail.com

Website or Link: https://www.restonmuseum.org/programs

Spring Semester classes open for registration!

Here is the quick list of courses we are offering as part of the program for the upcoming semester:

HIS 180 – Historical Archaeology, Thursday nights at the Loudoun campus – Professor Clark

HIS 187 – Interpreting Material Culture, Wednesday nights at the Loudoun campus – Professor Dluger (Monday nights, Loudoun campus)

HIS 190 – Coordinated Internship – Professor Duger

HIS 218 – Introduction to Digital History (online)– Professor Evans

HIS 281 – History of Virginia I, Tuesday nights at the Loudoun campus – Professor Kincheloe

Feel free to reach out to either Professor Dluger (mdluger@nvcc.edu) or Professor Evans (cevans@nvcc.edu) if you have any questions.

Volunteer at Morven Park

Morven park is looking for volunteers to help staff the Morven Park Winmill Carriage Museum in Leesburg, particularly volunteers who would be available one or more Saturdays per month to staff the carriage museum from 12-5. The main duties involved are greeting visitors, checking tickets and providing a brief introduction to the carriages. Training is provided.

If interested, please contact Jana Shafagoj,  jshafagoj@morvenpark.org.