Weekend

Weekend: 2015 Cary Scavenger Hunt & More

Weekend

Cary, NC — CaryCitizen’s own Cary Scavenger Hunt is Saturday, September 12, 2015. It’s Cary’s biggest adventure and a whole lot of fun – but we won’t steal the spotlight. There are some other great events on the calendar this weekend, too.

Thursday, September 10, 2015

Live at Lunch, the lunchtime concert series in Downtown Cary, continues on Thursday with musician Chris Overstreet making an appearance at the Fidelity Bank Plaza from 11:30 am-1:30 pm. Pack your lunch or buy one nearby to sit out and enjoy a picnic with live music.

Join Cary’s Sister Cities Association for the Citizen Diplomacy Dinner, an engaging program designed to encourage dialogue with local leaders about the Triangle’s cultural diversity and ways citizens can make a difference by engaging with other cultures. The dinner starts at 7 pm at the Page-Walker Arts & History Center – tickets are $15 on etix.

If you’re looking for something fun to do, visit Mac’s Tavern in Cary by 8 pm to catch Bar Plays – short, fun performances by the Cary Playwrights’ Forum that use the bar at Mac’s as the stage. The admission price is just a donation at the door.

More Thursday details on the calendar.

Friday, September 11, 2015

There’s a free show at the Sertoma Amphitheatre in Bond Park tonight – the Cary Town Band will present “Gems from Drawer One,” a mix of music the band played 27 years ago. Picnics and pets are allowed at this show, and you might want to bring a chair or blanket.

A Murder Mystery & Dinner show takes place at Booth Amphitheatre at 8 pm on Friday and Saturday nights this weekend. Gates open at 6:30 pm; buy tickets on etix.

The Parekh Family Foundation Fundraiser Gala takes place from 6:30 pm-midnight on Friday – it’s an evening of dinner, entertainment, a silent auction and musical entertainment to raise money to help address healthcare issues in the US and abroad. Buy tickets online.

More Friday details on the calendar.

Saturday, September 12, 2015

At 8:30 am on Saturday, the 2015 Cary Scavenger Hunt kicks-off! It’s not too late to register to spend a morning driving around Cary finding clues and taking photos with your team of family or friends and enjoying laughs, free food and goodies along the way.

At the Hunt, you’ll meet a one-eyed cat, discover distinct pubic art, try on cowboy boots and more. You could even win free raffle prizes valued at hundreds of dollars.

Do you know a basketball player? Open tryouts for the Cary Invasion are this morning at Herb Young in Downtown Cary starting at 10 am.

It’s also Yoga Day at Bond Park, with various free, outdoor yoga classes running from 9 am-noon. Come for one or stay for them all.

A Veterans Fall Festival will take place at VFW Post 7383 on Reedy Creek Road from 10 am-4 pm on Saturday. This free event will feature live music, arts and crafts, a silent auction and a raffle for a Yeti cooler. Money raised goes to help veterans and their families.

More Saturday details on the calendar.

Sunday, September 13, 2015

Stop by Twisted Scizzors Salon in Cary for their Charity Cut-a-Thon from 10 am-4 pm on Sunday. The salon will provide free haircuts all day with a minimum $10 donation for each to raise money for “Bob’s Buddies.” These walk-in appointments are for everyone.

Stop by Downtown Cary Food & Flea from noon-4 pm for crafts, food and more.

More Sunday details on the calendar.

Across the Triangle

The Greek Festival takes place in Downtown Raleigh all weekend (Friday, September 11, 2015-Sunday, September 13, 2015). There will be performances, food and more – check the website for the full schedule, times and locations of all related events.

E.T.: The Extra Terrestrial will play outdoors on the green at the Southern Village in Chapel Hill on Friday, September 11, 2015 and Saturday, September 12, 2015 at 8:30 pm.

Beericana, a craft beer and music festival, will take place on Saturday, September 12, 2015 from noon-6 pm in Holly Springs. Tickets are $45 online.

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The calendar of events is edited by Jessica Patrick. Photo from CaryCitizen files.

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