The Western Wake Farmers Market had its first market in its new Morrisville location over the weekend. Here are some photos from the marketplace.
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Cary, NC – Early Autumn is for planting Fall flowers and vegetables. But after the first frost, it’s time to plant trees, shrubs and groundcover plants.
The weather was bright and breezy for the 2016 Fall Festival in downtown Cary. We have the pictures.
This Saturday, October 15, 2016 was Cary’s 16th Diwali celebration, held at Koka Booth Amphitheater. Diwali is one of the biggest festivals for Hindus and the event saw people from all around the community come out to enjoy food, music, dancing, art and more. Here are some photos from this year’s Diwali celebration.
Mid-October is the beginning of the season to plant bulbs in the Piedmont. Here are a few suggestions for your Cary garden.
The sun was shining in Cary on Saturday for the official dedication and ribbon cutting of Jack Smith Park. Cary’s newest park has whirligigs, a massive playground, a spray ground, a dog park and sheep. Yes, sheep.
It was a parching August across the Piedmont. But with a good soaking rain coming our way this weekend, it’s time to get started on Fall planting.
Cary, NC – This September, I’ll be teaching Night Photography again at the Center for Documentary Studies. You are invited.
As the heat of Midsummer gives way to the shorter days of Aautumn, now is the time to plan for your fall garden. Here’s a handy checklist to help you get ready.
It wasn’t that long ago that Town of Cary put on its first Chatham Street Chowdown. This past Sunday saw a return of the popular event with big crowds, lots of food trucks and a smoking band.