taying in Reston for the summer? Here are some cool ideas to keep you busy throughout the season. Visit the various sections in this issue for details, dates and times, and register at reston.org for some of these great activities.
JOIN THE PARTY! POOLSIDE
Thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s more to Reston Association (RA) pools than just an afternoon swim. Consider coming to a Family Dive-In Movie. Bring your float (U.S. Coast Guard approved), grab some popcorn and a cold drink, and enjoy the show. RA also offers Hot Tub Movies for adults. Have a sweet tooth? Come to an Ice Cream Social or two.
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TAKE A LESSON
A great way to stay active this summer is taking tennis and swimming lessons. RA offers classes for all ages and abilities. New parents can bring their six-month-olds to a baby and me swim class. RA offers beginner classes for adults who want to feel more comfortable
in the water. Tennis lessons start for kids as young as three years old. Visit the tennis and Aquatics sections for course descriptions. Thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s still time to sign up. Looking for something a little different? Try a FlowMotion Water FITT class. RA offers two classes that use a modified paddleboard in the pool: Boot Camp and Yoga. You think yoga on a mat is challenging? Try it on a floating one. New to Reston this year, try a pickleball class. Pickleball is a paddle sport that combines elements of tennis, badminton and ping-pong. Take a lesson and let the games begin.
VISIT A PARK
There are so many parks throughout Reston with a variety of different sports fields (baseball, soccer and football), basketball courts, tennis and pickleball courts, and playgrounds. Lake Anne Park on North Shore Drive even has a volleyball court and a spray fountain, which are great fun in the summer. Go to reston.org to download the RA map for park locations.
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