Kids 12 and under can enjoy stories of Peter Rabbit and his friends at Reston Regional Library, Tuesday May 1, from 7PM to 8 PM. Register here.
Perhaps this child will have a future in transportation. She seemed in such a hurry to get out the mother did not quite make it to the hospital in time. From CBS DC:
The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority said it received a 911 call just after 7 a.m. Monday from a couple who was pulled over on Dulles Toll Road and expecting to deliver a baby.
When a medical crew from Dulles Airport arrived at the couple’s vehicle on the shoulder of eastbound Dulles Toll Road near Exit 10, a baby girl already had been delivered.
The mother and newborn were taken in an ambulance to nearby Reston Hospital. The father followed in the family’s Honda, which doubled as the delivery room.
Both the mother and newborn are doing fine, officials said.
Starting Sept. 8 regional library branches will be open additional hours Monday and Wednesday mornings and Thursday evening. The new fall schedule at regional branches will be: Monday 10-9; Tuesday 10-9; Wednesday 10-9; Thursday 10-9; Friday 10-6; Saturday 10-5; Sunday 1-5.
Regional branches include Centreville, Chantilly, City of Fairfax, George Mason, Pohick, Reston, Sherwood and Tysons-Pimmit.
Community libraries will also be open for additional hours.
The public library is not just for reading paper books anymore. You can also check out eBooks. Learn how tomorrow:
Celebrate a generous gift from the Friends of the Reston Regional Library to enhance the library’s eBook collection and learn how to download the library’s collection of free eBooks to a variety of devices. Tomorrow’s event kicks off at 11 a.m. at Reston Regional Library with an official check presentation, followed by hands-on demonstrations on downloading free library eBooks.