This Year’s African-American Celebration Focuses on Health and the Future

Cary, NC – For more than 20 years, Cary has celebrated Black History Month with the African-American Celebration, bringing a mix of discussions and entertainment. This year’s event includes talks about continuing the work of significant black community members into the future, ways for people to eat healthy and musicians playing a variety of styles. Read more

Cary Theater

Claire Holley Shows Musical Growth at Cary Theater Concert

Cary, NC – Nearly 20 years after her album “Sanctuary,” singer-songwriter Claire Holley is performing at the Cary Theater where she will show her ability to connect with audiences in an intimate environment. Read more

Teenage Cary Author Publishes First Novel

Cary, NC – Raymond Chandler published his first book at age 44. Anna Sewell sold her first copy of “Black Beauty” at age 57. But in Cary, a local author has published her first book, a cyber-crime thriller, at 18 years old. Read more

Local Documentary Creates Conversation Around Religious Differences

Cary, NC – When problems arise due to religious difference, very rarely do people of different faiths meet and talk to come to an understanding. In a local documentary playing this weekend at the Cary Theater, five local religious leaders came together to do just that. Read more

Cary Players

Cary Comedy Highlights Key Romantic Moments

Cary, NC – In time for Valentine’s Day, the Cary Players will be performing the romantic comedy “Almost, Maine” with several romantic vignettes that everyone can find relatable. Read more

Coming Films to the Cary Theater – February 2018

Cary, NC – With the Academy Awards in early March, February is the month to catch up on Oscar-nominated films you missed. Or if you aren’t interested in the awards, the Cary Theater is still playing new independent films and documentaries, plus much more. Read more

Cary Theater

Coming Films to the Cary Theater – January 2018

Cary, NC – With the start of the new year, the Cary Theater is playing celebrated independent movies that came out near the end of 2017, as well as several films related to the Civil Rights Movement to fit with MLK Dreamfest. Read more

Kwanzaa

Cary’s Kwanzaa Celebration Returns with Classic Dance and Music

Cary, NC – For more than 20 years, the Town of Cary and the Ujima Group, Inc. have partnered to create a large Kwanzaa event that invites everyone to get involved in this celebration of African-American heritage and culture. Read more

Abilities Dance

Abilities Dance Encourages Special-Needs Students Through Dance

Cary, NC – A Cary-based program has been helping special-needs people participate in dance and build confidence, all free of charge. Read more

New Cary Film Festival Looks for Hometown Stories

Cary, NC – The Cary Theater is the community’s arthouse movie theater so it’s appropriate that on the first year of their new film festival, they are looking for people from around the area and the world to share stories about their own hometowns. Read more