Cary, NC — Spending the better part of the last 6 years in the mountains of North Carolina, I became a big fan of watching the leaves change color each Autumn. In fact, when tourists would come to the Smoky Mountain National Park area in the fall time, we’d call them “leaf lookers”.
Cary, NC — We had a great time seeing the creativity and effort the community put into their costumes and yards for our Instagram photo contest using #CCSpooktober.
Now that Halloween has come and gone, here’s a look at our winners and a few honorable mentions.
Cary, NC — CaryCitizen’s Spooktober photo contest on Instagram launched on October 1, 2020 and remains open for entries until midnight on Halloween.
Cary, NC — Town facilities have remained closed since mid-March, as have local galleries and museums. So, the Town of Cary has put together a solution called, “Big Pictures: Museum Without Walls.”
Cary, NC — Someone recently asked me, “What is something that was always there before the pandemic that you didn’t notice until staying home?” After a moment of thought, I answered “the birds.”
Cary, NC — Following two full weeks of contest entries showcasing what it has meant to live out the phrase “Be Cary,” it is time to announce our winner.
Cary, NC — Since the launching of the #BeCary photo contest on March 27, our community has rallied together to share inspiring photos of what it means to “Be Cary” in these trying times. The best news? It’s not too late to share yours.
Cary, NC — If you’ve been on E. Chatham Street lately you may have noticed The Cary Theater marquee now reads, “Be Safe, Be Kind, Be Cary.” It is in that same spirit that today we launch a week-long #BeCary photo contest on our CaryCitizen social media platforms.