Summer lull is over, citizens! Get ready for the autumn’s first big harvest of weekend events on the CaryCitizen Calendar.
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On Wednesday, September 5, 2012, Booth Amphitheatre in Cary kicks off its Pickin’ in the Pines Bluegrass Series with the legendary Tommy Edwards.
Based on initial assessments, the district will add up to 27 buses back to routes to improve service for the system’s approximately 75,000 riders.
Lazy Daze is just too big a festival to have only one day of pictures. In this story, photographer Brooke Meyer captures the fun during the height of the festivities.
LORD Corporation, headquartered in Cary NC, has announced that Rick McNeel, chairman, president and CEO, will retire as president and CEO of the company, effective Dec. 31, 2012. Ed Auslander has been named McNeel’s successor and will assume the role of president and CEO of LORD Corporation, effective Jan. 1, 2013.
Ba-barra-CUDA!! Booth Amphitheatre has announced the addition of Heart to this year’s concert lineup. The band, fronted by Ann and Nancy Wilson, will play Cary on Sunday, October 14, 2012.
Booth Amphitheatre has announced another great show. Chapel Hill’s own Ben Folds Five is coming to Cary on Sunday, September 16.
How’s this for a (relatively) slow weekend in Cary – a sports injury prevention clinic featuring an Olympic Gold Medalist, a concert by Old Crow Medicine Show and a “Release Weekend” for the 2009 Cabernet at Chatham Hill Winery.
Paperhand Puppet Intervention returns to Chapel Hill with their new show from August 10 – September 9. “City of Frogs” promises to be a magical and spectacular experience for the whole family.