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Cary Cheap Thrills: Friday, 6/24/16 to 6/30/16

Cary, NC – This is a time of year when Cary is bursting with open-air concerts, festivals and family activities, and the best part is that many of them are free. As part of a new series at CaryCitizen, here’s a roundup of some of the free events from Friday, June 24 to Thursday, June 30, 2016.  Read more

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The Cary Scavenger Hunt: Register Early and Save

Cary, NC – While CaryCitizen’s 2016 Cary Scavenger Hunt is still almost three months away, we have an incentive for folks to become what we call “early adopters.” It’s a PROMO CODE. Read more

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Recipe: Swizzle Drinks

Story originally appeared on FoodCary.

Cary, NC – Every summer needs its own drink, that signature cocktail that defines a period in time. This summer, I’m mixing up a big batch of Swizzle drinks. Read more

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Chatham St. Chowdown at New Summer Location

Cary, NC – Cary’s big outdoor party for food lovers is back for the Summer but the famous Chatham Street Chowdown is now in a different location so make sure you know where your favorite mobile eateries are located. Read more

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Independence Day Events Around Cary

Cary, NC – Independence Day is around the corner and it is always a big celebration in Cary. There are events all over town and here is a guide to the celebrations around July 4. Read more

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Weekend Events: Art Loop, Food Trucks and Movies

Cary, NC – This weekend is filled with events to keep you entertained and stimulate your mind. Take a look through just some of the fun things to do while you try and beat the heat. Read more

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Cary Seniors Thank Public Servants

Cary, NC – Thursday, June 23, 2016 is Public Service Day and one Cary senior living community is using that as an opportunity to thank first responders in the area with a free luncheon. Read more

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Wake Program Mixes Art and Learning

Cary, NC – Too many times in school, children are not given enough exposure to the arts or have a hard time engaging with classroom lessons. But through the Arts Integration Institute, Wake County teachers are learning ways to combine the two to stimulate both hemispheres of a student’s brain. Read more

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All Dementia Is Not Alzheimer’s

Editor’s Note: Haley Lynn Gray from Extension of You contributed to this article.

Cary, NC – Not all dementia is Alzheimer’s. Likewise, dementia is not a natural result of aging. It is important to be able to recognize the signs of each and to get an accurate diagnosis for an elderly loved one. Read more

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Cary Native Elected to UNCP Board of Directors

Cary, NC – Growing up in Cary, Owen Thomas has gone on to become an adjunct professor, a senior executive and part of civic groups across North Carolina. And now, Thomas is president of UNC-Pembroke’s Alumni Association Board of Directors. Read more