All around Cary this weekend, there are many fun events including plays and musicals by local Cary high schools, Bond Park’s Kite Festival, Cary’s Passover Jewish Cultural Festival and more.
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Last year’s Lazy Daze was the largest in Cary history and has spurred the town to make it a two-day event for the foreseeable future. And now, the funds raised by the festival have got to benefit dozens of Cary non-profits.
It’s that time of year again when we get a week of beautiful sunny weather and then it snows in the middle of March, with light snowfall expected this Sunday, March 12, 2017.
Once a year, everyone gets to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day and Irish culture and that’s no different in Cary and Morrisville. So to help plan out your St. Patrick’s Day, here are the events going on around town.
All this weekend in Cary, you can see a series of one-act plays from local writers, live music from folk musicians and Cary choirs and much, much more.
Morrisville has worked to highlight its diversity in the past years, from its rebranding with a new logo and motto to a recent festival about different communities that make up the town. And for this work, Morrisville is a finalist for a major diversity award.
This weekend, there are lots of big events going on around Cary, with two different sports competitions, performances by bands at the Cary Arts Center, a two-day discussion of journalism and society at the Cary Theater and more.
The Oscars is over and it’s a whole new year of movies. This month, see popular independent and foreign films, beloved classics as well as the Town of Cary’s tribute to journalist Cash Michaels.
Cary police, as well as Federal and State Bureau of Investigation agents, arrested a Cary man for making a threat to attack Cary residents.
This weekend in Cary, there are many events connected to Black History Month, Final Friday Art Loop brings local artists out around town and it’s your final weekend to see the new comedy from the Cary Players.