Cary, NC — It’s a weekend of big time entertainment (The Band Perry) and small town pleasures this mid-July Thursday-to-Sunday in Cary, according to the Calendar of Events.
Thursday, July 10, 2014
Thursdays are always a big day for business networking.
This Thursday, start the day in downtown Cary at the monthly meeting of Heart of Cary Association. After that, do lunch at the Morrisville Chamber’s monthly K.N.O.W. meeting.
Also Thursday, learn basic sewing at Gather or take in a Cary Town Council meeting during the evening.
See 28 more Thursday events on the Calendar this week.
Friday, July 11, 2014
Friday night’s highlights include: Barrowbarn is at Page-Walker, Movies By Moonlight has The Lego Movie, Unvined has live jazz and Chatham Hill Winery has music and one (or more) food trucks.
More Friday events on the Calendar.
Saturday, July 12, 2014
In season at the farmers markets this Saturday in Cary: blackberries, blueberries, watermelon, peaches and cantaloupe. Okra is starting to come in along with hot peppers. Cucumbers and summer squash are abundant and the season’s first apples should be showing up soon.
Triangle Rock Club has an open house on Saturday to showcase their newly expanded climbing facility.
If you’ve been curious about Wake Robotics, meet them at the Eva Perry Library at 3 PM on Saturday.
Craicdown is at the downtown performance green on Saturday night at 6 PM for a free concert. From the Calendar: “Craicdown describes its music as World Acousticana — acoustic roots music with a high-energy, rock inspired flair. Their repertoire includes both songs and instrumental pieces ranging in style from Americana to reggae-sounding vocals, from Celtic influenced jigs and reels to the music of Brazil and Argentina.”
At Wake Med Soccer Park, the Railhawks take on the Indy Eleven. At Booth Amphitheatre, the NC Symphony presents a program called Around the World with the von Trapps. And, at Sertoma Amphitheatre, The Mountain Birch Duo featuring Paul Brown of NPR will be playing a free show.
More Saturday events on the Calendar.
Sunday, July 13, 2014
Sunday is usually a quiet day on the Calendar of Events. But this Sunday, The Band Perry will be bringing the music to Koka Booth. Read our exclusive interview with one of America’s top bands, then get tickets to the show (if still available).
Weekend Events coverage on Cary Citizen is sponsored in part by Waverly Farmers Market.