Weekend Events: Clean-Up, Dance, Run

Lindsey Chester edits the Calendar. Photo by Gina Wilcox.

Cary, NC – The weather promises highs in the 80’s this weekend in Cary. Break out the Birkenstocks and Bermuda shorts, because there’s lots to do.

50 Events

There are 50 events (give or take) this weekend in Cary, counting Thursday-Sunday.

Some readers won’t see this story until the get their daily email on Friday, but there’s still plenty of reason to visit the CaryCitizen Calendar of Events to find out what’s going on around town this weekend.

Friday: Sister Cities of Cary casual St. Patrick’s Day party

In this warm-up to St. Patrick’s Day, Sister Cities of Cary (SCAC) will be hosting a casual party at Dorry’s downtown on Friday night from 7-10 PM.

Heavy hors d’oeuvres and refreshments Free for SCAC members and $5.00 for the general public. More details on the Calendar.

Friday: Indie Game, the Movie

One night only, this Sundance Festival award winner will be at the Galaxy Theater.

Read our earlier story, or visit the Calendar for more details.

Saturday: Clean-up Downtown

The Heart of Cary Association is having their quarterly Adopt-a-Spot clean up on Saturday morning. Friends and members welcome.

Bring your gloves and meet in BB&T’s (200 E. Chatham Street) parking lot; bags and safety vests provided.

Saturday Night: Ballet

International Ballet Academy performs their Spring recital along with live music from the Triangle Youth Orchestra.

Tickets: $15/Adults; $12/Seniors; $10/Children (ages 12 and under). See the Calendar for more info.

Sunday: Tobacco Road Marathon

The signature event of the weekend has to be the Tobacco Road Marathon, which starts and ends at Thomas Brooks Park in Cary (aka USA Baseball). Our own Jimmy Orban is running the half.

Too late to start training, but you can still be a spectator.

More Weekend Events in Cary

There’s lots more events this weekend in Cary including a table tennis tournament, an art opening at the Umstead plus events downtown at Beautimous Beads and Chamber Arts.

Consult the CaryCitizen Calendar of Events for all your weekend entertainment needs.

 

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