Announcing the 2nd Annual Cary Scavenger Hunt

Cary, NC – Do you like looking for hidden clues?  Do you want to win prizes?  Do you love Cary? Here is your chance to come and join the hunt in CaryCitizen’s 2nd Annual Cary Scavenger Hunt!  Get out your map and mark your calendars for Saturday July 23, 2011. Read more

Weekend Events: Mozart, Giant Yard Sale and Newcomer Theater

The events calendar is edited by Lindsey Chester. Photo by Hal Goodtree.

Cary, NC – After last week’s epic 61 weekend events, things have settled own a little in Cary. Slightly.

The Calendar this weekend features the Concert Singers of Cary performing Mozart and Salieri, a Giant Yard Sale at Davis Drive Middle and what promises to be some hilarious theater from the Cary Newcomers. Read more

Summer Program: Zumba, Knife Skills and Pet Ed

Story from staff reports. Photo by Hal Goodtree.

Cary, N.C. – The 2011 Summer Program Brochure has just been released by the Town of Cary. Of interest: for the first time, programs are listed for the new Cary Arts Center, under construction downtown. Also new: Zumba, knife skills and Pet Ed. Read more

Theater: A Reproduction Production

 

Story & photo by Lindsey Chester

Cary, NC – Oh Baby! A Collection of Fertility Plays, is the latest production by FATE, and weaves together eight vignettes about the hopes, dreams, and fears involved with becoming a parent. For many Cary citizens, this reproduction production should hit home. The show opens April 29, 2011. Read more

Conservation, Arts & Fitness Highlight 18th Annual Cary Spring Daze

Cary, NC – Bond Park is gearing up for the 18th annual Cary Spring Daze Festival on Saturday, April 30, 2011. Highlights this year include a focus on conservation, fitness and some new and unusual ways to enjoy local art. Read more

Herbfest 2011 – Coming in May

Story by Lindsey Chester, photo by Marcia Hansen.

Cary, NC- Last year, the Friends of Page-Walker created a new festival in downtown Cary – Herbfest.

My daughter Emma and I attended and she was thrilled to take home a seedling that grew into a large basil plant. The festival is returning on the weekend of May 7 and has expanded to include live performances and demonstrations along with the herbs and gifts for sale.

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