It’s been another epic week in Cary with news of the NCAA College Cup, a report on the future of Cary Parks & Rec, a happy ending for Green Hope and Panther Creek, good news about the Bowden House and lots of commentary on Paul Stam’s Letter to the Editor. And, of course, a beer story.
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Get ready for another surprisng and entertaining weekend in Cary with a visit from Joe and Terry Graedon of the People’s Pharmacy, Herbfest, two road races, Triangle Lemonade Day, a Punjabi festival, JamFest and two theater productions. All this weekend on the CaryCitizen Calendar of Events.
This week, Panther Creek and Green Hope high schools won an appeal to stay in their current Tri-9 4A Athletic conference in Wake County Public Schools.
It’s become a tradition in Cary. On Wednesday May 2, Taste of the Triangle returns to Wake Med Soccer Park. It’s the best tailgate of the year for fans of our hometown Carolina RailHawks.
Just a couple of weeks ago, it was in the low 40’s. This week, expect temps to hit 90 degrees.
This weekend is Cary Spring Daze. But the calendar has a bunch of other interesting events this weekend including pro soccer, a wine anniversary, a new production from Cary Players, a benefit for the Carying Place and an open house for skaters, boarders and bikers.
One of the advantages of having a professional soccer team in Cary is the opportunity for kids to learn from the pros. Starting in May, the Carolina RailHawks will be offering a full summer of camps to improve student-players at all levels.
April in Cary is a splendid thing, with dozens of events on the Cary Citizen Calendar. This week, we’re highlighting strawberries, grapes and the blues.
Is there anything more sublime than watching a movie under the stars and the cool pines? It’s become a summer tradition in Cary, and Movies by Moonlight returns to Booth Amphitheatre on Friday, May 19 for a full season of cinematic hits and classics.
Do you have a great idea for a business but don’t know where to start? Have you ever thought about being an entrepreneur but couldn’t take the first step? IdeaSlam at the Cary Innovation Center on Monday April 16 may be just the ticket for you.