Season's Greetings from the Reston Farm Market

One week left to Christmas! Are you ready? If you haven’t yet, stop by the Reston Farm Market to pick your Christmas Tree along with some ornaments, Holiday gift baskets, and treats!

Also, please note that the Reston Farm Market will be closed for the Winter Break from December 25th, 2018 to March 15th, 2019. But don’t worry! You will still be able to order the firewood products online and have them delivered to your doorstep.

Finally, as we are approaching 2019, we want to thank all of our dear customers and community for a wonderful year!

From everyone at the Reston Farm Market, we want to wish you a very Merry Christmas and a happy, healthy, and prosperous New Year! May your homes be filled with joy and laughter this Holiday Season!

-- Bonita and Lowell Weinsten, Reston Farm Market

Reston Farm Market Donates 20 Christmas Trees to the FACET’s Next Steps Shelter Families

Reston Farm Market announced today that it will be donating 20 Christmas trees to the FACET’s Next Steps Shelter Families.

FACETS helps families facing homelessness find housing, including through 18 emergency Next Step shelter units, and connects them to life-changing services to help them stabilize their lives.

“We are honored and humbled to share the Christmas spirit with those less fortunate through the FACET’s Next Steps Family Shelter Program - after all, that’s what Christmas is all about,” said Bonita and Lowell Weinstein, owners of the Reston Farm Market.

The donated Christmas trees will be delivered to the three community centers that FACETS operates that are located in affordable housing communities, including Ragan Oaks in Fairfax, Wedgewood in Annandale, and Barros Circle in Centerville on December 13th, 2018.

According to the FACET’s media announcement, homelessness is a real problem in the Fairfax County-Falls Church community. A majority of the people who are a homeless are in working families with children. With critical help from volunteers and partnerships with the faith and business communities, FACETS works to prevent and end homelessness throughout Fairfax County.

Image Courtesy: Sean Panfil Photography

Reston Farm Market to Launch Online Firewood e-Shop

The Reston Farm Market announced today it has launched its online firewood e-shop. Customers will be able to order wood products online and have an option to pick it up at the market or have them delivered to their homes.

“We are super excited to be able to offer online firewood shopping to our clients in Reston. This is our first step to expanding the product offering via online shopping platform so that it serves the needs, and matches the expectations of our community,” said Lowell Weinstein, Partner and CEO of Seasonal Celebrations and Reston Farm Market.

“We are always looking for ways to better assist our local community, one product or service at a time,” added Bonita Weinstein, Partner and COO of Seasonal Celebrations and Reston Farm Market.

Currently, you can order online some of the best locally sourced wood products: Mixed Hardwood Bin (~1/2 cord), Kiln-Dried Firewood Bundles, and Kindling Fire-starter