Cary, NC — A tradition we’re happy to see return this year is a photo story highlighting some of the fun to be had at the NC State Fair, which remains open through Sunday, October 24.
Cary, NC — The Farmers Fall Festival was welcomed back into downtown Cary last Saturday with the open arms of thousands of festival-goers and some picture-perfect weather.
Cary, NC — The expansion of Glenaire, a continuing care retirement community in downtown Cary, has begun to take its shape and reach new heights — 6 stories to be exact.
Cary, NC — Though scaled back in size and plenty hot in temperature, it was a great sight to see over the weekend when people from all over gathered at the 45th Annual Lazy Daze Arts & Crafts Festival.
Cary, NC — The past two Saturdays brought new life to the old Library site along Academy Street as the Town of Cary celebrated Cary’s 150th year.
Cary, NC — The Olympic USA Baseball team finished up exhibition play against the National Collegiate Team yesterday afternoon with a 5-2 win at the National Training Complex in Cary.
Next stop for these talented ball players is Tokyo as they vie for a Gold Medal in the 2020 Olympic Games.
Cary, NC — To thank Cary’s nonprofit arts organizations that have kept us all entertained before and during the pandemic, we started up a series last month to share their stories and to highlight any upcoming performances, displays, or galleries.
This month we’re taking a closer look at Cary Photographic Artists.
Cary, NC — With the warm temperatures and nice breeze, today made for a great trip to a local garden. The Anne B Kratzer Educational Gardens are nestled between the Page-Walker Arts & History Center and Cary Town Hall.
Cary, NC — There has been something very special about the last few weekends as I’ve made my way around the booths of several Cary markets. As I thought more about that feeling, I realized what that special thing was — community.
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”.