Cary, NC — Depending on the person, this could be the most romantic or most overrated weekend of the year. I suppose it all depends on what you choose to do. Here are a few ideas for some weekend fun in Cary, Morrisville and around the triangle.
Cary, NC — Despite how abruptly strange the weather has been to us all lately, the warmth of Spring is just around the corner and with it comes the softball and baseball leagues for Cary’s youth aged 5-18. Registration will close this weekend, on Feb. 16 parents, so be sure to get your child registered soon if they wish to play in the April – June season.
Cary, NC — What do you get when you combine a 26-foot Penske truck, some sizzling bacon, a few keys, all the family you can think of and a bunch of elbow grease? My new home.
That’s right friends, I’m your new neighbor as of this past Saturday and I am so glad to be in downtown Cary!
Cary, NC — This was another light week for me.
Cary — Students from Le Touquet, France have been traveling to Cary for an immersive cultural experience for more than 25 years through the non-profit organization Cary Sister Cities. This program wouldn’t be possible without Cary residents volunteering to be host families. This year there is a shortage of host families and additional ones are needed before the students’ arrival.
Cary, NC — The risks to your wealth aren’t only in the financial markets. The wealthier you become, the more liability protection matters. We live in a litigious world, one in which even friends and neighbors can be convinced to see opportunity in the wake of misfortune.
Cary, NC — This weekend is quite random, to be honest with you. On the bright side, everyone should be able to find something they like from this line-up. Events in Cary and around the triangle range from an all-weekend online gaming tournament and Russian Festival to a star-studded Oscars Party and the Downtown Food & Flea. Take your pick!
Cary, NC — The walls of Cary’s public facilities are regularly decorated with exhibits of locally made art presented by the Town of Cary. The latest collection of paintings in Town Hall is from an artist who is also a member of the Town of Cary staff, Russ Hughes.
Cary, NC — This was a very slow week with just a couple of meetings.