Weekend Events: An Embarrassment of Riches

The CaryCitizen Calendar of Events is edited by Lindsey Chester. Photo by Tom Mousseau.

Cary, NC – Swinging into the holiday season, Cary is hosting a feast of events this coming weekend including a Beaujolais Nouveau tasting, a jewelry event called Naughty or Nice, a local team in the state soccer finals and lots of other great stuff.

Beaujolais Nouveau

The Sister Cities Association, in partnership with the Wake Tech Culinary Arts Department, and Total Wine, present the 5th annual Beaujolais Wine Tasting on Friday, November 18 from 6:30 to 9:30 pm at the Matthews House in downtown Cary. Tickets at Beaujolais Wine.

Naughty or Nice

This is a dangerous event brought to you by our friends at Joint Venture Estate Jewelry here in Cary. “Leave the men. Leave the kids. Join us for Girl’s Night Out: Holiday Style for Joint Venture Jewelry’s Naughty or Nice Wish List Party! It’s simple, you tell us and we’ll tell him.” 4-7 pm on Friday, November 18.

Falcons to Play for State Soccer Title

On Saturday, the North Carolina High School Athletic Association (NCHSAA) hosts the 2011 Soccer Championships at Wake Med Soccer Park in Cary.

Of special interest, Cary’s own Green Hope High School is vying for the title in the 4A division. Game is at 5, but get there early because traffic will be heavy all day.


Lots of Theater

This weekend, The Hobbit is Green Hope, F.A.T.E presents Our Lady of 121st Street, and a show called Ganip Ganopsical & the Strawberry Popsical is at CAC.

More info on the Calendar.

Let There Be Music

Not into theater this weekend? Not into naughty? How about some music?

This weekend features a concert by the Triangle Youth String Orchestras, a show by the Triangle Brass Band and Classical Interlude with Eric Dyke from the NC Symphony. All this weekend in Cary, NC. Check the Calendar.

More Events

It’s a cornucopia of events this weekend. A juggernaut. Almost an onslaught. Certainly an embarrassment of riches.

Check the Calendar and see for yourself.

3 replies
  1. Barbara Shepard
    Barbara Shepard says:

    This proves that even though Cary may be smaller than some of our neighbors, we sure don’t lack for lots of cultural events to choose from. It’s good to be a Caryite.

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