The CaryCitizen Calendar of Events is edited by Lindsey Chester. Photo by Hal Goodtree.
Cary, NC – The weekend after Halloween is usually a slow one on the Calendar, but not this year in Cary. There’s a free flu clinic by Cary EMS, a new play by FATE and a local crafts fair at the farmers market.
Saturday Morning: Free Flu Clinic
Cary Area Emergency Medical Services will be offering a free flu clinic Saturday, November 5, 2011 to the public starting at 8:00 am and until the vaccine is no longer available. You must be 4 years old and above to receive the vaccine. The clinic will be at Cary Area EMS, 107 Medcon Court just north of the intersection of Maynard Road and Kildaire Farm Road.
Please park in the rear of Terry Floor Fashions.
Friday & Saturday Night: Our Lady of 121st Street
A new production from FATE Ensemble Theater. Witness the struggle and journey of friends returning home to honor their Sister Rose, as they learn how to reconcile their past with their present, through lies, loss, and love. For reservations, email FATEreservation
Saturday Morning: Local Crafts Fair
The Fall Craft Fair at the Western Wake Farmers Market features 50 local artists’ hand-crafted works, including pottery, jewelry, holiday décor and gifts, stoneware, baby and children’s gifts, birdhouses, hand-knitted and felted accessories, glassware, natural soaps and lotions, and much more. All artists live and produce their works within 125 miles of the marketplace.
Saturday morning 8 am to 12 pm. Western Wake Farmer’s Market, 1225 Morrisville Carpenter Rd.
More Weekend Events
As always, more info and weekend events on the Cary Calendar.