Cary, NC — Gardeners rejoice! The 7th annual Herbfest at Page-Walker is set for Saturday, May 7, 2016.
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This story originally appeared on FoodCary. Cary, NC – Chuy’s has opened in Cary’s Parkside Town Commons, bringing their Texas brand of fresh Mexican fare.
Cary, NC – A little rain didn’t dampen the spirits of festival goers this past Saturday when the Town of Cary held the 23rd annual Spring Daze arts and crafts festival in Bond Park.
Cary, NC – Bright colors, fun fringe and tight-fitting jeans wowed the crowd Wednesday night at the “Aloha” Spring fashion show at The Peachy Keen in Harrison Point.
Spring has officially sprung in Cary, which means it’s time to freshen your wardrobe with a few pieces that are lighter in color and weight after all those winter layers.
Raleigh Swimming Association (RSA) swimmer Cothalee Watko has been chosen by USA Swimming to be among the 48 female and 24 male up-and-coming athletes in the United States selected to participate in USA Swimming’s 10th annual National Diversity Select Camp to be held May 5-8, 2016, at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs.
Morrisville is known as Wake County’s most diverse community. Four years ago, the Morrisville Chamber created the East Meets West festival to celebrate all the cultures that call this town in the heart of the Triangle home.
Cary continues to add businesses at a record clip. With Parkside Town Commons now filling in phase 2 with smaller boutiques and some chains, as well as building out some out parcels, there’s some jobs for high schoolers to start applying to for their summer employment coming soon!
CORRAL Riding Academy recently raised $1 million over the course of a three month campaign to support the work they do at a farm at 3620 Kildaire Farm Road. The money raised will go towards the ongoing upkeep of the horse farm and programs provided to at-risk teen girls in Wake County.
Catherine Howard took over the reins at Cary Visual Art (CVA) in December, and, within a month, she had started making changes that would engage a broader audience than the organization has reached in the past.