Cary, NC – Visitors to Chatham Street may notice a change to one of Downtown Cary’s most historic buildings as the Ivey-Ellington House’s roof has been stripped and re-painted as part of a stabilization effort by the Town of Cary. Read more
Cary, NC – To celebrate the 150th year of the Page-Walker Hotel, a new tour is teaching people the history of Downtown Cary, all from the ease and comfort of a trolley car. Read more
Cary, NC – A new yearly tradition at the Page-Walker Arts and History Center is the Paint the Page event, where young artists around the town create artwork inspired by the center. This year saw two artists earn the “Best in Show” commendation, as well as multiple other honorable mentions. Read more
Cary, NC- If you are a gardening enthusiast, or if you just like to smell the flowers, Herbfest’s third year has a little something for everyone, including a brush with fame. Read more
Editor’s Note: If like knowing about the history of Cary, you’ll enjoy this free program on Tuesday, January 24, from The Friends of Page-Walker:
Where will you find a mural depicting the Town of Cary and its citizens both past and present? Join the Friends of the Page-Walker in welcoming local artist, Val Fox, who will solve this mystery and share her story of creating the “Cary Then and Now” mural.
Val will take us on a journey of the local places and people depicted in the famous mural and share the role each has played in our Town’s history.
This free program is offered as part of the Friends of the Page-Walker’s Historic Preservation Series.
- Preservation Speaker Series: “Who Is That Guy? The Story Behind the Cary Mural”
- Page-Walker Arts & History Center, Main Gallery
- Date: Tuesday, 24 Jan 2012 7:30 PM
More information and online registration: Preservation Speaker Series: “Who Is That Guy? The Story Behind the Cary Mural”