The Washington, D.C. Volksmarch Club is sponsoring the 1985 Charles F. Burrows Memorial Volksmarch at Quantico Marine Corps base on Oct. 5 & 6. Its aim is to get people of any age, sex or shape outdoors for noncompetitive exercise. Refreshments and entertainment will be available. The walk will start and finish at the Triangle Moose Lodge. Walkers may start any time between 8 a.m. and 1 p.m., but must finish by 5 p.m. From Washington, take I-95 South approximately 22 miles to the Quantico/Triangle exit (Rte. 619). Take Rte. 619 West to Liming Lane, turn right and Moose Lodge will be 500 yards on the left. Call Nelson Cahill at 703-425-1650 for further information. Used books are being sought by the McLean Area Branch of the American Association of University Women for its 15th Annual Used Book Sale on Nov. 29, 30, and Dec. 1 at the McLean Community Center. Money from the sale is used to provide grants and scholarships for women in various fields of study through the Educational Foundation Program. Book donations are tax deductible and pick-up can be arranged by calling 281-3530, 356-4352 or 560-2724. The 29th Light Infantry Division of the Virginia and Maryland Army National Guard will hold a reactivation ceremony this Saturday, Oct. 5 at 9 a.m. on the Fort Belvoir Parade Field. Planned activities are a troop parade, a show of infantry weapons and equipment, concerts by two bands, free blood pressure readings and child fingerprinting. Governors Charles S. Robb and Harry Hughes plan to attend, as well as Sen. John Warner and Secretary of the Army John March. For further information, contact Sgt. Condo at 664-3452. Fairfax County residents age 55 or older may acquire CPR certification at the Reston/Herndon Senior Center, 11415 Isaac Newton Sq., Reston, by attending classes on Oct. 15, 16 and 17, from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Call the Center at 435-0558 Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. for more information. The Senior Center is operated by the Fairfax County Dept. of Recreation and Community Services. A panel of adult educators will discuss the importance of lifelong learning in a workshop called "Ticket to the Future: Adult Education" at the Arlington County Central Library on Thursday, Oct. 17 at 7:30 p.m. The workshop will offer information on educational opportunities for adults in the Washington area to coincide with Adult Education Week, Oct. 13-19.
The workshop is free and the public is welcome. The Central Library is at 1015 North Quincy St. For more information, call 527-4777.