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Top posts this week include our coverage of National Train Day in Cary, the closure of Circus Restaurant on East Chatham Street and our event post for the Preston Walk Block Party that took place on Wednesday.
Did you grow up swimming at the Cary Swim Club? Generations of town residents have enjoyed that quintessential summertime pleasure, dating back to 1963. This Saturday, Cary Swim Club is holding their 50th Anniversary Celebration and you’re invited.
It’s been a great run – 44 years. But Circus Restaurant on East Chatham Street has announced that it will be closing it’s doors for good this Friday.
Adults and children ages 12+ are invited to make a move for those who can’t on Thursday, May 17. Life Time Fitness Cary is partnering with the Koka Booth Amphitheatre to lead a two-hour, heart-pumping ZUMBA® Jam fundraising event.
The Wake County Public School System (WCPSS), the largest school system in the state of North Carolina, has ranked among the best in the country. They are looking for your input on their magnet school program now through June 1.
This week, it’s a music explosion on the CaryCitizen Calendar with the Craig Wollard Band, Cary Concert Singers, Red June at Sertoma and the B-52’s at Booth Amphitheatre. Plus National Train Day. Just another ho-hum weekend in Cary, NC.
Next Wednesday, family fun is what’s on tap at Preston Walk’s Summer Block Party in Cary.
Cary is a musical town, home to several adult groups, from Vocal Motion and the Concert Singers of Cary to talented youth groups including the Cary Children’s Choir and Children’s Youth Chorale. This is the time of year to catch a performance.
It’s time to save for your own retirement. Here are my Top 4 Steps to Saving for Retirement.