Weekend Events: A Potpourri of Summer Happenings

The CaryCitizen Calendar of Events is edited by Lindsey Chester.

Cary, NC – The summer sky is still bright in the evenings for a potpourri for late July events this weekend on the CaryCitizen Calendar.

Amy Grant at KBA on Thursday

Although not technically on the weekend, Amy Grant and Michael W. Smith will be at Booth Amphitheatre in Cary on Thursday night.

It’s the summer. Go ahead and start your weekend early. Amy Grant tickets.

Party in Ashworth Village on Friday

Friday night, Chambers Arts will have it’s grand opening in Ashworth Village. According to the Calendar, “Lite bites, wine and beer from Aviator Brew, Steel drum performance by Tracy Thornton, brushes and paints ready for your use!” For more info visit www.chamberarts.com.

Right next door, Cary Gallery of Artists is holding an opening reception for work by artist Kala Tharp.

Finish off your evening with dessert at Chatham Street Cafe or a cool Pilsner on the patio at Klara’s.

Heard It Through the Grapevine

The Temptations the The Four Tops will bring that authentic Motown sound to Booth Amphitheatre on Saturday night.

It’s the soundtrack of the Sixties – Papa Was a Rolling Stone, Bernadette, Psychedelic Shack, Heard It Through the Grapevine and much more.

You may not still have the love beads, but you’ll still dig the music. Temptations and Four Tops tickets.

Unbridled Soccer Excitement Saturday Night

The RailHawks have been dominating the NASL this season, pouncing on opponents like birds of prey.

Saturday night, the Hawks face the Atlanta Silverbacks. It promises to be loud, fast and exciting at Wake Med Soccer Park in Cary on Saturday night.

If you haven’t been to a game recently, pack a cooler, tailgate in the parking lot, then chill and thrill as the stars come out in the late summer sky and the Hawks beat down on Atlanta. RailHawks tickets.
 
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Events coverage on CaryCitizen sponsored by Ashworth Drugs, Cary’s corner drugstore for 54 years.
 

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