*The Voluntary Action Center of Fairfax County Area Inc. will sponsor a Volunteer Opportunity Fair in Reston on Tuesday.
Volunteer coordinators from more than 15 county agencies and local organizations will discuss a wide variety of volunteer jobs available in the Reston area and match potential volunteers' skills and talents with the appropriate agency or organization.
The meeting will be held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the community room of the new Reston Regional Library at 11900 Bowman Towne Dr. For more information, call the Voluntary Action Center at 691-3460.
*Fairfax County Public Libraries are distributing federal and Virginia income tax forms at all branches except Fair Oaks. The Internal Revenue Service has provided the most commonly used federal forms for mass distribution. Each branch library also maintains a master file of forms for copying as well as reference publications for use in preparing returns.
Income tax forms also are available at the Fairfax County Office of Assessments and its branches. Supplies are limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis. To find out the locations of Fairfax libraries, call 352-7150.
Professional tax preparers and others needing forms in bulk are requested to get their supplies directly from the Virginia Department of Taxation, Forms Request Unit, P.O. 1317, Richmond, Va. 23210.
*West Springfield High School will sponsor a science fair for all West Springfield High School students and Washington Irving Intermediate School students on Feb. 26 and 27. The fair will be held in the high school library at 6100 Rolling Rd., Springfield.
Prizes will be awarded for best project in science, mathematics, computer science, behavior, social science and engineering divisions. Selected projects will advance to the regional fair in March at Robinson Secondary School.
For further information, call Carol Wynn at the high school, 451-6403, or Sylvia Lesan at 250-1206.
*A Pre-Festival Concert will be given by W.T. Woodson High School Symphonic and Concert II Bands on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in the high school auditorium. Kimberly Timpf, a student teacher from James Madison University, will guest conduct the Concert II Band. Some of the music to be performed will be Vincent Persichetti's "Symphony for Band," Felix Mendelssohn's "Overture for Band," Alfred Reed's "Festival Prelude," and Donald Shaffer's "Northridge Overture."
For more information, call John Casagrande at the high school, 323-1911 or 323-0188.