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NC Radio Play Festival is Live

Cary, NC — The Cary Playwrights’ Forum has teamed up with The Greensboro Playwrights’ Forum to present the inaugural NC Radio Play Festival this month.

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Brick Sculptures Bring Charm to Cary Greenway

Cary, NC — Many who have biked or walked the Black Creek Greenway have stumbled upon the perplexing works of North Carolina brick sculptor, Brad Spencer.

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Join Cary’s Athletics, Greenways or Arts Committee

Cary, NC — The Town of Cary is accepting applications for the Athletics Committee, Greenways Committee and Cultural Arts Committee.

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Cary Theater Launches Virtual Cinema

Cary, NC — The Cary Theater, for the first time in its history, is bringing the arthouse cinema experience home for its patrons.

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Cary Community Choir Celebrates 50 Years, Goes Virtual

Cary, NC — The Cary Community Choir has been a local source of pride since its start in 1970.

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Museum Without Walls Displays Cary Artworks

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.”

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NC 10by10 Play Festival Goes Virtual

Cary, NC — For the NC 10by10 Play Festival, the show will go on — even in a pandemic.

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Cary Public Art: Inspiration on Academy Street

Cary, NC — If you’ve walked the downtown area that lines Academy Street, you have likely seen, or even sat on, the incredible artwork of Seattle-based artist, Jack Mackie. Read more

Cary Public Art: A New Series

Cary, NC — We see them everywhere, yet we don’t know the stories behind them or the hands that made them.

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Everyday Heroes: A Humble, Innovative Teacher

Cary, NC — For 17 years, Melissa Poppe has poured her passion, her techniques and her energetic teaching style into the lives of students at Cary’s Green Hope High School.

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