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Events: First Weekend in November

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Cary, NC — If you’ve recovered from the shock of realizing the year is almost gone, there’s some good things to do in Cary the first weekend in November according to the Calendar of Events.

Thursday: It’s Halloween

The weather looks pretty good for Halloween – 65° and cloudy.

Sunrise is at 7:37 AM. Sunset is 6:21 PM. The moon is a waning crescent that sets at 4:33 PM, so you won’t see it for trick or treating if the clouds part. It’ll be dark.

See some safety tips from NC-DOT for a safe Halloween.

Friday, November 1, 2013

Whiskey Runners at Ruckus – Our good friends The Whiskey Runners will be at Ruckus Pizza on Tryon Road this Friday night.

Saturday, November 2, 2013

Cary Band Day – the 55th Annual Cary Band Day is this Saturday, November 2, 2013. No parade this year, but competitions start at 11:00 AM and the festivities continue through 11 PM. Cost: $8 for ages 11-64, $4 for ages 65+, and free for ages 10 and under. More info: Cary Band Day.

Food Truck Rodeo – Yes, an honest to goodness food truck rodeo here in Cary. The location is the parking lot by Knowledge Beginnings at 250 Cornerstone Drive. Cary NC. Food trucks include MaMa Duke’s, Smiles! The Cupcake Truck, Full Lotus and Chirba Chirba. Music and entertainment. 11 AM – 3 PM.

Last RailHawks Game – Also this Saturday, the RailHawks play their last home game of the 2013 season against the San Antonio Scorpions.

Set Your Clocks Back!

Saturday night, remember to set your clock back one hour to Eastern Standard Time.

On Sunday, the sun will rise at 6:34 AM and set at 5:17 PM.

First Weekend in November

Also this weekend, Whisk has their official grand opening. There’s a free Family Swim at Triangle Aquatic Center in Cary. Faure’s Requiem will be preformed Sunday night at White Plains Baptist Church. Admission is free.

Don’t forget First Friday on the Porch at Chatham Hill Winery downtown, Cary Town Band with a program of Menacing Music on Saturday night and a Halloween costume party at Polar Ice House.

More details about events on this first weekend in November can be found on the Calendar.

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Lindsey Chester edits the CaryCitizen Calendar of Events. Photo by Deux-Chi.

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Events coverage on CaryCitizen is supported by Cary Visual Art, hosting their annual Art Ball on Saturday, November 23, 2013.

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