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Weekly Events Roundup: Tea and Buffaloe

cary-weekly-eventsCary, NC – CaryCitizen will be at the beach on vacation next week, so instead of doing the usual Weekend Events, we’ll highlight a few interesting things happening in Cary over the next week.

Weekly Events Roundup

Friday July 26, 2013

Cary Art Loop – Tour local galleries, hob nob and have something to eat and drink. Always a good time. More info: CaryArtLoop.org.

Jamrock at Page-Walker – Part of the Starlight concert series, 7-9 PM. Authentic “Yard Style” Jamaican reggae. More info on the Calendar.

Silver Linings Playbook (2012 – R) – Part of the Movies by Moonlight Series at Koka Booth Amphitheatre. Starring Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence and Robert DeNiro. $3 for adults, kids under 12 free.

Fifth of Blues at Billsborough Music Hall –  Hillsborough NC, 10 PM. Okay, this is a long drive from Cary. But last week, the band drew about 250 people to Rallypoint in Cary with about 50 people jamming the dance floor. Fifth of Blues will return to RallyPoint in Cary on Friday, August 9.

Live Jazz at Unwine’d – Every Friday night in Downtown Cary. More info on the Calendar.

Saturday, July 27, 2013

Roundabout 5K – 8 – 10 AM in Downtown Cary. Celebrate the new roundabouts on East & West Chatham Streets in Downtown Cary. Proceeds benefit the Relief For Recreation scholarship fund.

Mariposa Music Festival – Booth Amphitheatre, 4-11 PM. The festival is to raise awareness and to celebrate the accomplishments of The Mariposa School, a nationally recognized school, for children with autism and other developmental delays. Proceeds raised from this evening will go directly towards helping local families, so we encourage everyone to come out and show their support for this great cause! Bands include Jeanne Jolly, The Outliers, Mind the Gap, A City Apart and Ira Planer and the Rank Outsiders. More info: http://www.mariposamusicfestival.org/.

Monday, July 29, 2013

Tea and Buffaloe – Carolyn Buffaloe Whaley, that is. Bring your favorite tea cup and listen to local historians talk about our County’s history through the growth of its towns. Programs are free and the tea is provided! Registration is required as seating is limited to 25 per session. At this session, Kaye Buffaloe Whaley, author and historian will speak about fascinating Garner history. Southeast Regional Library, 7:00 – 8:30 PM.  Call 919-662-2250 for more information.

 Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Wild Card Wednesday – Booth Amphitheatre, 5:30 – 8:30 PM. This week, enjoy Johnny Folsom Four and the Canady Thomas Band (Country). Just $5 for adults; kids under 12 free. More info on the Calendar.

Wind Down Wednesday at Waverly – Big outdoor show every week during the summer on the Promenade at Waverly Place. Cost: Free. More info at WaverlyCary.com

Thursday, August 1, 2013

Heart of Cary Monthly Meeting – 7:30 AM at The Matthews House. More info: HeartofCary.org.

Saturday, August 3, 3013

RailHawks vs FC Edmonton – Wake Med Soccer Park, 7-9:30 PM. Soccer returns to Cary after the month-long July break. Visit CarolinaRailhawks.com for more info.

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