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Dragon Boat Festival

Dragon Boat Festival Brings Food, Culture and Medicine to Cary

Cary, NC – For years, the Triangle’s Dragon Boat Festival has brought people to Cary to experience Chinese culture and this year looks to bring in around 10,000 visitors to watch the dragon boat races, see live performances, visit booths representing dozens of different cultures and nationalities, and new this year, get medical screenings for a variety of physical conditions. Read more

Waltonwood Cary Parkway

Kids Can See 1950s Fun at Waltonwood’s Way Back Party

Cary, NC – Grandparents and grandchildren may have generational gaps between them but everyone can be united through fun. That’s why, for Waltonwood Cary Parkway’s Grandparents Day this weekend, children can experience what the residents did in their childhood for entertainment and amusement. Read more

Herb Young Community Center Closed Through Early September

Cary, NC – Right as the school year starts up, events at the Herbert C. Young Community Center will come to a pause as the center closes for a week-long stretch of time. Read more

Downtown Cary

Architects Lay Out Inspirations for Downtown Park Phase II

Cary, NC – The new downtown fountain and stage has attracted more foot traffic to the corner of Academy and Dry than it had seen in years, but it only represents a fraction of the total Downtown Cary Park. At a recent Cary Chamber of Commerce meeting, the landscape architect laid out some visions of what Phase II of the park could look like. Read more

Bike Cary

Guide to Summer Bike-Riding in Cary

Cary, NC – Summer is a great time to take the day to ride a bike around Cary and there are lots of trails and greenways in the area for cyclists. Here is a guide to planning your bike trip around town. Read more

Daytrip Cary

Planning Daytrips From Cary

Cary, NC – With Summer approaching, and the Summer weather practically already here, many people take that opportunity to go on vacation. But there are also mini-vacations or daytrips you can take with Cary as your central hub. Read more

Morrisville Gym Holding Triangle’s First Ultimate Ninja Qualifier

Morrisville, NC – Obstacle course-based fitness is becoming increasingly popular, with locations such as Warrior Tech OCR opening around the country. Those interested will have their shot at qualifying for the national association as Warrior Tech hosts the Triangle’s first qualifier this weekend. Read more

Cary Franchise Out-Performs Nationwide Locations

Cary, NC – Opening in mid-2016, the Pool Scouts franchise that serves Cary has earned the distinction as the top-earning site. Now, it is expanding to more territories in the Triangle as a way to increase service. Read more

Cary Parks

First Look at Early Cary Park Plans

Cary, NC – In West Cary, the town is taking up an unusual plan by building two parks at once. At the first design information meeting, residents got to see the first ideas for both parks and give their thoughts and input as well. Read more

West Cary

West Cary Group Brings Attention to Local Concerns

Cary, NC – West Cary is the fastest growing part of Cary but residents have expressed concerns about a lack of resources paired with growing infrastructure needs. For the past year and a half, the Northwest Cary Community Connection has worked to bridge the divide between residents and town government to highlight the local priorities. Read more