Opened in the Triangle earlier this Summer, Robin Autopilot is a new business giving home and business owners the ability to mow their lawn and clear their yard with the help of automated machines.
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For years, the Triangle’s Dragon Boat Festival has brought people to Cary to experience Chinese culture and this year looks to bring in around 10,000 visitors to watch the dragon boat races, see live performances, visit booths representing dozens of different cultures and nationalities, and new this year, get medical screenings for a variety of physical conditions.
Predating Cary’s incorporation, the Page-Walker Hotel (now the Page-Walker Arts & History Center) was a crucial part of the town’s origins. Cary is commemorating the building’s 150 years with Bygone Daze, including new displays in the center and celebrations from now to the end of 2018.
With the fitness needs of the body constantly changing, the Exercise Coach is a newly opened gym in Morrisville with customized, one-on-one workouts that address what some people do not like about going to the gym.
For fans of Mexican food and culture, Koka Booth Amphitheatre with everything from food and tequila to sample as well as live music, piñatas and much more.
Local filmgoers may be familiar with the New York Dog Film Festival that came to the Cary Theater last year. Now, the dog film festival is returning, with a day of cat-focused films now included.
Grace Pettis is an experienced songwriter with many different kinds of music to her name but now she is promoting a new collection of songs as part of a duo with guitarist Calloway Ritch and that tour makes a stop at the Cary Theater this weekend.
Grandparents and grandchildren may have generational gaps between them but everyone can be united through fun. That’s why, for Waltonwood Cary Parkway’s Grandparents Day this weekend, children can experience what the residents did in their childhood for entertainment and amusement.
Opening on the corner of Old Apex Road and W Chatham Street, the Triangle’s first Craft Beer Cellar is opening in Cary with a wide selection of craft beers, presented with education and hospitality.
This September, Cary’s community center will open up to military veterans and their family members to meet face to face with Veterans Administration officials and share their stories to help sort out their benefits.