Lindsey Chester edits the CaryCitizen Calendar of Events.
Cary, NC – It looks like great weather for Reel-ly Scary Movies this weekend. Plus, a series of Halloween events downtown on Saturday and YOTA takes over the bakery on Sunday. All this and more on the CaryCitizen Weekend Calendar of Events.
Reel-ly Scary Movies
Wednesday through Saturday, Booth Amphitheatre will show different classic genre flicks with a Halloween flavor.
- Wednesday 10/24 – Shutter Island (R)
- Thursday 10/25 – Woman in Black (PG 13)
- Friday 10/26 – The Spiderwick Chronicles (PG)
- Saturday 10/27 – Rocky Horror Picture Show (R)
Tickets are a mere $3 each. Kids 12 and under get in free.
The weather looks perfect – slim to no chance of rain with evenings in the 50’s.
More info Booth Amphitheatre.
Downtown Harvest Festival and More on Saturday
Academy Street will be rocking all day Saturday in Downtown Cary.
In addition to the morning farmers market (which has turned into a rousing success), the Heart of Cary Association is holding it’s 1st Downtown Harvest Festival from 2-5 PM in Ashworth Village. There will be family friendly fall games, live music by Tom Teachout (classic rock, to Halloween favorites, and kids’ music), food vendors, and more. Trust us: it will be a good time for the kids on a beautiful fall day in Downtown Cary.
From 5-7 PM, there’s the Tricks & Treats Halloween Bash presented by Cary Teen Council. The event will hold court at Cary Elementary (just behind Cary Arts Center) and offer a family friendly carnival sponsored by Cary Teen Council, Un-Scary Stories, The Hey Brothers bluegrass band and trick-or-treati
From 6-8 PM, Cary’s Applause Youth Theater will present the 8th Annual Haunted House at Cary Arts Center.
More info about all three downtown events on the Calendar.
Cary EMS Free Flu Clinic
From Cary EMS:
Cary Area Emergency Medical Services will be offering a free flu clinic October 27, 2012 to the public starting at 8:00 am and until the vaccine is no longer available. You must be 4 years old and above to receive the vaccine.
The clinic will be at Cary Area EMS, 107 Medcon Court just north of the intersection of Maynard Road and Kildaire Farm Road. Please park in the rear of Terry Floor Fashions. Contact Steven Cohen or Julie McRae at 380-6909 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday – YOTA Bakery Takeover
YOTA is the YMCA of the Triangle Swim Team. On Sunday, they will be taking over Great Harvest Bread Company to raise money for the team.
The YMCA of the Triangle Area Swim Team (YOTA) has 40-year tradition of excellence in competitive swimming. This year-round swim team emphasizes teamwork, sportsmanship and personal achievement. Nearly 425 young people participate in the YOTA program. 100% of the proceeds from the fundraiser will go toward the YOTA general fund to offset costs for the majority of the children in the program.
YOTA Bakery Takeover
Sunday, October 28, 2012
10 AM – 3 PM
Great Harvest Bread
1220 NW Maynard Rd.
More Weekend Events
There’s a Halloween Skate at Sk8 Cary and a BMX tournament this weekend. There’s a Food Truck rodeo at the winery and a Haunted Halloween Tour by Cary Players.
All this and more on the CaryCitizen Calendar of Events.