Cary, NC – It’s one thing to tell your friends and family out of town that Cary has the best parks and facilities. It’s another to be able to point to the gold medal Cary got for the best Parks and Recreation department in the United States. And now, that’s exactly what you can do. Read more
Cary, NC – Early art concepts for the future Downtown Cary parking deck were presented by artist Tom Drugan from the Seattle-based architectural design firm of Haddad|Drugan on Wednesday, May 25, 2016 at the Cary Arts Center. Read more
Cary, NC — As many of you may already know, SK8 Park in Cary has been closed for a couple of weeks due to a water main break. But what you may not know is that this weekend, it’s open for a few days and the fees are waived. Read more
Story and photos by David Lindquist.
Cary, NC – Sixty years ago, three iconic structures represented a past, present and future of the small town of Cary. Read more
Cary, NC – It’s summer and that means thunderstorm and often unpredictable weather here in Cary. Within 10 minutes, various Cary outdoor activities changed dates and venues on several outdoor concerts. Here’s the latest. Read more
Story by David Lindquist, current chair of the Town of Cary’s Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Resources (PRCR) advisory board. Pine Warbler photo by Matt Tillet.
Cary, NC – Is it truly possible to do serious bird watching in Cary’s Fred G. Bond Metro Park? Naturalist Eddie Owens proves it every second Saturday through April. Read more
Story and photos by Lindsey Chester.
Cary, NC – We all know the work of Andy Warhol, Vincent Van Gogh and Rembrant. But how many of us have ever heard of artforms called Rangoli, Warli and Zentangle? Local artist Sampada Agarwal is set to teach some workshops presented by Town of Cary to acquaint people with these traditional and modern styles of art. Read more
Story by Lindsey Chester. Ms. Chester is a member of the Town’s Parks & Rec advisory board and Associate Publisher of this news source.
Story by Lindsey Chester.
Cary, NC- If you are eager to share ideas about Cary’s Downtown Theater, mark your calendar for Tuesday, January 31st. The Town of Cary is hosting another Public Input meeting, this time in Council Chambers at Town Hall, 316 N. Academy Street, at 6pm. Read more